Luke (Blue-Collar Billionaires #5)
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The long-awaited final book in New York Times Bestseller M. Malone's new adult romance series: BLUE-COLLAR BILLIONAIRES.
Child prodigy Lucas Marshall has always had a gift for tech. He’s done everything from write security software to hack into government servers (allegedly). There’s only one hacker alive who is better than he is. His online buddy C7pher.
Now that he’s the heir to a billionaire, he wants his friend to help him build coding schools for underprivileged kids around the country. He isn’t prepared for his best friend, his only friend, to say NO.
Or for him to drop out of his life completely.
Then he’s asked to consult on a hacking case for the FBI and the hauntingly beautiful suspect seems to know a lot about Luke. Things he’s only told one other person...
When the only person you’ve ever trusted is a liar, everything is fair game.
- - The explosive finale to the five book family saga Blue-Collar Billionaires.
(- an Alexanders Spin-off Series -)
Book 1 - TANK
Book 2 - FINN
Book 3 - GABE
Book 4 - ZACK
Book 5 - LUKE
Book 1 - One More Day
Book 2 - The Things I Do for You
Book 3 - He's the Man
Book 3.5 - Christmas with The Alexanders
Book 4 - All I Need is You
Book 5 - Say You Will
I highly recommend all her books
I so loved this story I fell in love with each character. They are all so interesting and draw you in from the start.
I truly admire all her writing from the first book I read. It is now to the point the moment she puts something up for pre sale, I just buy it without even reading what it is about because I know I'll love it.
Check all her books out, you'll be glad you did
The Billionaires series
That was a good way to end a series. Luke and Seven story was just enjoyable. It summed up the series good. Although it leaves room for the old man to still be alive.
Luke has an intelligence that is shared with his father. He is cool, calm and collected. His mother is a very hard-working lady that follows her heart regardless of family inappropriateness (my kind of woman). It is sad about Sarah and her sister but we all have to seek help and accept in times of need. Sadly, his father was caught up or was he?