Trillionaire Boys' Club: The Connector
Book 1, Trillionaire Boys' Club
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They say money can’t buy love. Fortunately, it can buy everything else.
A week ago, I didn’t know who Nathan Turner was. That’s because he doesn’t own deals; he makes them instead. He’s the man behind the curtain — more powerful even than the man in front of it.
He’s a multi-billion-dollar networker. A connector, in his own words.
Nathan’s job is to pull strings. And when I butted my way into his office, he told me he planned to pull my strings, too.
I thought I could make my own deal with Nathan, but now I’m in over my head.
What he’s connecting now isn’t a takeover or a buyout.
I think he’s forming a secret society instead: a Syndicate of billionaires who want to pool their assets into a trillion-dollar pool, then rule the world.
I’m not up to this. I’m just an 18-year-old girl.
But there’s no way Nathan will let me out now.
The Connector is the first book in the Trillionaire Boys’ Club series by Aubrey Parker. Each book tells the story of another of the Club’s powerful members … and you’re going to want to collect them all.
Nathan Turner is a connector, he wants nothing more then to have his idea of the Syndicate to happen. But what he never saw coming was Alex Wynn. The moment he saw her, he was intrigued. With overhearing something Alex shouldn't, she was an opening to finally talk to Nathan and make a connection. But both get more out of their meeting then either wanted. Really great story and great characters that will have you reading this story in one sitting. I can't wait to read Ashton's story next.
Extremely good book, would've liked to of had a longer story about Alex and Nathan. I could've done without the crude language.
It's so bad.
There's nothing romantic & sweet, witty or funny. The main characters are completely unlikeable. There's no substance, most of the interactions are described in the inner monologue rather than being experienced. Alex's 'character' is so inconsistent & unbelievable. I didn't like her at all. And Nathan? Nothing to write home about. I can't name a single shred of personal insight into his character. There's no history, no back story to his character except that he started a business with 50 dollars. Thanks, that makes him soo endearing.
🙄 their relationship has no substance. They hook up a handful of times & then both believe they're in love. All of this inside of like... 2-3 weeks? (The timeline wasn't very clear.)
And all of the business bs? It wasn't very clear to me. What was the point of a trillionaire's club?
Don't waste your time, this isn't romance. It's more like a street walker & her John being a monogamous couple. 💩