Bluedragon never fails to deliver an incredible well written highly entertaining story and this one was no exception.
The writing and editing are exceptional and the storyline keeps you hopping from Sexual highs one minute to financial skullduggery the next.
I make no secret of the fact that I prefer longer stories and bluedragon provides some of the very best. Don't hesitate and do read this series!
When Bluedragon last took us into the world of Jonathan Kwong in "A Billionaire's Life," things were going well for the young industrialist: a super-model wife, a pregnant super-model girl friend, a gorgeous personal assistant who took care of all his needs (personal and otherwise), and a bevy of regular playmates.
It's good to be wealthy, yes? Ah, but life isn't good for everyone in this world of the super rich. In "Tom Billionaire," Bluedragon introduces a new personality in Tom Eriksen, a man who's suffered through a series of tragedies and has slipped into anesthetizing himself with a string of mostly meaningless sexual encounters across the Mediterranean. He at last finds the resolve to try to put his life back together, but while money can buy a lot of things, it can't give him a smooth path to where he wants to be.
"Tom Billionaire" sparkles with a lively plot that at times borders on pure melodrama, but it's also infused with the no-holds-barred sex that's the hallmark of any Bluedragon tale. The story is full of cliffhangers and plot twists, the characters are larger than life, and if at times the problems of the rich and famous seem beyond that to which the reader can relate, they're always gripping and fascinating.
If the story sounds like an odd approach for the "Billionaire" series, fans can rest assured that Jonathan, Taylor, Cassandra, Ashlyn, Kaitlyn and all the other favorites make appearances, and the resolutions of long-drawn relationships are satisfying. If this is indeed Bluedragon's final "Billionaire" story, he's going out with a bang.