The Gazillionaire & The Virgin by Lisabet Sarai
When Silicon Valley entrepreneur Rachel Zelinsky meets reclusive genius Theo Moore, she finds him strangely compelling. Theo is both arrogant and socially awkward, but he has an aura of power that speaks to Rachel’s carefully-hidden submissive side. Disturbed and aroused, she tries to focus on her original objective—a deal to incorporate his Artificial Intelligence software into her company’s popular virtual world. Rachel’s not a woman lets pleasure interfere with business, but for some reason, she can’t resist Theo’s geeky appeal.
Theo Moore can’t be bought. His past battles with poverty make him deeply suspicious of the billionaire CEO. Still, with her voluptuous curves and brilliant mind, Rachel embodies his ultimate sexual fantasy. Too bad his knowledge about sex derives from extensive research and a stash of kinky porn rather than real-world experience.
That doesn’t bother Rachel, however. In his bed—in his arms—in his bonds—she discovers the bliss of total surrender. Rachel may be Theo’s first lover, but Theo is Rachel’s first true Master—and the first man to truly touch her heart. It seems that love may harmonize their differing goals and values, until Rachel’s unwitting violation of Theo’s trust threatens to tear them apart forever.
The Gazillionaire and the Virgin is a fun, sweet and sexy spin on the usual billionaire romance stories. Instead of a rich, dominant male and a naive, submissive female this books stars a reclusive 29 year old male virgin with a dominant side and a rich, successful and submissive businesswoman. The writing is slick, the dialogue is smart and the characters are totally loveable. The sex and BDSM scenes are really well written and they are panty meltingly hot. I'll definitely be looking out for more books by this author as I absolutely loved this one.
When Rachel Zelinsky meets Theo Moore she is strangely attracted to the reclusive genius. Theo has Aspergers and struggles in social situations, but his natural dominance calls to Rachel's inner submissive. The pair bond over kink and find bliss in each other's arms, but when Rachel accidentally betrays Theo's trust their relationship is at risk.
Theo is a unique character and I instantly fell in love with him. He is childlike in many ways, and is endearingly awkward but somehow he also manages to be incredibly dominant and sexy. Rachel and Theo are complete opposites and they have many obstacles to overcome, but I thought they made a great couple. Both Rachel and Theo are taken on a journey of self discovery, and they really help each other grow. This was a fantastic book, I enjoyed it a lot, so The Gazillionaire and the Virgin definitely receives five stars.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for a honest review.