You’ve read my book The Billionaire’s Price— but did you know there’s an interactive version of the story you can play on the Dorian app? Yes, now you can be the heroine of a romance story, making choices that determine whether or not you and Sebastian Chase get your happy ever after.
How do you join the Easter Egg Hunt giveaway? All you need to do is read the story, make your choices, and in one of the plotlines (I won’t say which!), you will come across the “Easter Egg” which is a funny, out-of-place scene in the story. You’ll know it’s the Easter Egg because Sebastian will let you know.
A bunch of readers have been asking me if The Billionaire’s Price will be available in paperback. I’m very pleased to let you all know that, yes, paperback copies of TBP is now available to purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Book Depository and other retailers. (Ebook links are below.)
Philippine Edition (bank deposit payment)
Philippine Edition (paypal/credit card payment)
Barnes & Noble
For those of you who prefer the ebook version, you can buy the digital copy of TBP on Amazon Kindle and various ebook retailers. Release date is today, February 26. (If it’s not February 26 in your part of the world, you’ll be able to preorder.)
It’s taken almost a year to write (I’m slow), but my first book The Billionaire’s Price is finally getting (independently) published on February 26, 2016. *throws confetti*
It’s currently available on Gumroad right now (both Wattpad version and this new final edited version), but it will also be available on Friday on Amazon and other ebook retailers on Friday, February 26.
How is this different from the one that’s on Wattpad right now, you ask? Good question. *clears throat*
Sebastian knocked on Benson’s door.
“Hey, buddy,” he said, entering the room. “I thought you might need help with that tie.”
Benson grinned. “It’s okay, I got this,” the boy said. He was standing in front of a full-length mirror dressed in a white shirt and dark trousers. He tugged at his bow tie, trying to make sure it was fastened properly. “Why can’t I wear a tie like yours?” He looked wistfully at his uncle’s charcoal grey tailored evening suit and black shirt and tie.
“Your mom likes you in a bow tie.” Sebastian sat down on the side of the bed. He smiled as he watched Benson pick up his suit jacket and stare at it uncertainly.
“You can wear one, too,” Benson said.
“Maybe next time.” Sebastian rested his upper arms on his lap and linked his fingers together. “Victoria will be joining us tonight,” he said. “You don’t mind, do you?”
The boy frowned as he put on the jacket. “Why? Isn’t she your girlfriend?”
“She is.” Sebastian stared at him in surprise. “How did you know?”
“You keep staring at her when you think I’m not looking.”