Author: Erin Noelle
Genre: Sexy, Fun, Contemporary Romance
I’ve got 99 problems but money ain’t one. Though a sister with cotton candy for brains, a spatula-wielding six-year-old niece with a British accent, and the mysterious businessman who left me that damn ticket are all currently vying for the top spot.
When I became the sole winner of a $270 million Megaball jackpot, thanks to a sexy stranger who left a lottery ticket instead of paying for his meal, my entire world flipped upside-down.Now, with money-sucking vultures, douchebags by the dozens, and a horde of total hotties just waiting to get their mangy paws on my newfound fortune, I set out to locate the man who gifted me the winning ticket–to properly thank him.
However, when I finally find the cocky, self-absorbed business tycoon, Teague Goodman, I’m not sure whether I want to slap him… or ring his MEGABALLS.
****3.5 Megaballs Stars***
When I fist read the blurb for this story, I HAD to get my hands on this one because it was so different and that is what I loved about it. Teague and and Finley were the complete opposites of each other but one generous tip brought them together and ultimately bonded them for life.
Finley Farewell is having one of the worst luck known to man kind. Everything that couldve gone wrong, went wrong. Finally making it to work, she begins her day as a waitress but when she serves up a new customer who happens to be the hottest thing she's ever seen, her luck is about to change. And it comes in the form of a lottery ticket worth $270 million dollars.
Teague has always had one goal of being successful. Now being the CEO of his Grandfather's business, he's now at the point where success has been a thing of a past with the company going under. But one thing Teague has always been able to do was work hard and that is what he plans on doing.
Having more money than she now knows what to do with, Finley's financial struggle is now a thing of the past. Along with her older sister who's vocabulary skills leaves you with a question mark, and her six year old niece that developed a British accent over night, Finley has other problems. But her biggest one of all is finding the mystery blue eyed stranger that gave her the winning ticket.
Like I said before, I really liked that this storyline was different and it had this freshnesss to it that made me pay close attention. With that being said, there were certain things that weren't right for me. I didn't FEEL the connection between Teague and Finley and I felt like the ending was too rushed.
I think if you're a fan of this author and you're looking for something completely different, then you'll like this one.