Louisa Masters’s M/M romance The Bunny and The Billionaire

“FUN AND SWEET M/M ROMANCE.”

Title: The Bunny and The Billionaire
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
NOW AVAILABLE IN AUDIO!

Hardworking Australian nurse Ben Adams inherits a substantial sum and decides to tour Europe. In Monaco, the home of glamour and the idle rich, he meets French billionaire playboy Léo Artois. After getting off on the wrong foot—as happens when one accuses a stranger of being part of the Albanian mafia—their attraction blazes. Léo, born to the top tier of society, has never known limits, and Ben, used to budgeting every cent, finds it difficult to adjust to not only Léo’s world, but also the changes wealth brings to his own life.

As they make allowances for each other’s foibles, Ben gradually appreciates the finer things, and Léo widens his perspective. They both know one thing: this is not a typical holiday romance, and they’re not ready to say goodbye.

From Ben and Léo’s
first “official” date, the day after they meet:
“Let’s eat here,” he
said quickly. “I haven’t tried the restaurant yet, but I saw the menu and it
looks good.”
Léo smiled in a way
that made Ben’s stomach feel funny, and in short order they were at the mostly
open-air restaurant on the roof level, greeted effusively by a man who seated
them at what Ben was sure was the best table in the place, shaded yet with an
uninterrupted view of the Mediterranean.
If he hadn’t been so
stupidly nervous, Ben would have soaked it up.
The maître d’hôtel left
them, replaced by an eager waiter who asked what they wanted to drink. Léo shot
Ben a wicked glance, his lips curving, and Ben’s face went hot.
“Sparkling water,” Léo
told the waiter. “Then perhaps wine later.” The man left, and Ben smiled
gratefully at Léo.
“Thank you,” he said.
“And thank you for being so good about last night. I know I made a bit of a
fool of myself.”
“Not at all,” Léo said
gallantly. “You were charming.”
Ben laughed outright.
“I wouldn’t have called it that, but hey, your description sounds better than
mine. Anyway, I drank too much of that incredible champagne, and you were
really nice. So thanks.”
Léo’s expression was
warm and approving. “I’m glad you enjoyed the champagne, and it was my pleasure
to spend the evening with you. We would not be here now otherwise.”
Ben’s face went hot
again, and he buried it in his menu. He felt awkward, even more than usual, and
desperately wanted the loosening effects of alcohol. Maybe he should have
ordered a drink, after all, but he didn’t want Léo to think he was a lush.
Come
on, Ben. You don’t need alcohol to talk to the billionaire playboy son of a
princess.

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Louisa Masters started reading romance much earlier than her mother thought she should. While other teenagers were sneaking out of the house, Louisa was sneaking romance novels in and working out how to read them without being discovered. She’s spent most of her life feeling sorry for people who don’t read, convinced that books are the solution to every problem. As an adult, she feeds her addiction in every spare second, only occasionally tearing herself away to do things like answer the phone and pay bills. She spent years trying to build a “sensible” career, working in bookstores, recruitment, resource management, administration, and as a travel agent, before finally conceding defeat and devoting herself to the world of romance novels.
Louisa has a long list of places first discovered in books that she wants to visit, and every so often she overcomes her loathing of jet lag and takes a trip that charges her imagination. She lives in Melbourne, Australia, where she whines about the weather for most of the year while secretly admitting she’ll probably never move.

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Following the theme of The Bunny and The Billionaire, win these nifty travel soaps – one French, for Leo, and one Australian, for Ben – and a mini champagne bottle full of M&Ms.

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