The Millionaire Mistress
Reviewed by: Kisha Green
The Millionaire Mistress starts off about a young girl named Oshyn who is has bigger dreams than her current situation, which does not include Trent, the sexy older guy who has been trying to date her for some time. When she finally gives in and goes out with him the two become inseparable for a time, until it appears Trent has an insatiable sexual appetite and seeks comfort in everyone except Oshyn. Ultimately leaving her and their unborn child out in the cold. The story fast forwards a few years and picks up with Oshyn, now a single mom raising her son Micah and making a name for herself in North Carolina, after leaving everything behind to start a new life. If that wasn’t enough drama for you in the beginning, enter Oshyn’s gold-digging, don’t-give-a-damn, crazy cousin Chloe. Chloe is only interested in men with deep pockets and for her she lives true to the motto of “If don’t make dollars then it don’t make sense.”
This book was definitely filled with sex and down right excitement from the bloody catfights to the jealousy that was the pure driving force behind Chloe’s hatred for Oshyn. The author definitely kept you engrossed in the storyline because there was always some sort of chaos going on that was usually linked to Chloe. Chloe is truly an unhappy female and blames her cousin for all of her misfortune because of a painful family secret that can ultimately destroy everything.
Trying to be focused on her current life Oshyn doesn’t have time for romance until Brooklyn Jones, a handsome stranger who is indeed too good to be true, takes interest in her. For a short minute you would think she was on her way to a happily-ever-after life, but Chloe quickly takes this away as she does the unthinkable.
Overall, I enjoyed the book. I was able to complete this book in a few hours and it held my attention. If you are looking for a quick read filled with mayhem, then A Millionaire Mistress is truly the book for you.
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