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The Billionaire's Canvas

The Billionaire's Canvas

by Jacklyn Lee

FBT review:

Looking for a thrilling romance that will keep you on the edge of your seat? Look no further than "The Billionaire's Canvas" by Jacklyn Lee. This gripping tale follows the story of a woman framed for a crime she didn't commit, and her only hope lies in the hands of the arrogant and mysterious Alexander Vandergaard. Together, they must navigate a web of dark secrets and unexpected enemies while racing against time to uncover the truth. But when an accident robs our heroine of her memories, she must rely on Alexander's love, even though she cannot remember it. "The Billionaire's Canvas" is a standalone romance filled with suspense, thrilling twists, and a satisfying happily ever after. Get ready to be captivated by this unforgettable read.

Publisher Description:

If I have to spend another second trapped in the same room with Alexander Vandergaard, I will explode.

His deep blue gaze sends shivers down my spine. But his infuriating arrogance grates on my last nerve.

Framed for a crime I never committed, I'm forced to rely on this brooding billionaire to clear my name.

Spoiled, stoic, sexy Alexander.

A missing painting is only the start. Haunted by dark secrets and hidden alliances, unexpected enemies threaten our lives.

An accident shatters the present, leaving me with no past—no memory of us.

Now, Alexander holds the key to unlock my forgotten heart. Together, we race against time to unveil the truth and reclaim what's lost.

I'm at the mercy of a man who says he loves me, but I can't even recall.

Romantic suspense. Not for the faint of heart. Contains several triggers and heat scenes for mature audiences only. The Billionaire’s Canvas is a standalone with HEA.

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