Richer Than God: A Dark Billionaire Romance

· Zeus Book 1 · Amelia Wilde
83 reviews

About this ebook

He’s a cruel billionaire in the business of beautiful women…and she has nowhere else to turn.

Zeus is danger dressed up in money, power, and expensive suits. He’s the most powerful man in the city. A beautiful monster hiding a broken heart.

He refuses to care about the women he hires to work at his opulent parties. No one will ever steal his heart again.

Then innocent Brigit walks through the door, desperate to be rescued from a nightmarish arranged marriage.

He’ll save her, but his protection comes with a high price. She’ll belong to him. And he might never let her go.

Ratings and reviews

83 reviews
Moon Fox
July 28, 2020
Wow! OMG!! OK. My mind has been blown and I am almost at a total loss for words. Zeus and Brigit's trilogy gets off to one hot, twisted, intense and dark start. It's gripping, it is raw, it is enticing and it is consuming. This book had me up reading past my bedtime, scraping my jaw off the floor and in desperately need of an ice cold beverage. Even a full day after I finished my mind still doesn't seem to fully wrap my head around everything that happened and I have no idea where this story is going to lead, when it continues. However, I do know for sure that I'm going to enjoy every minute of this awe-inspiring ride! I am electing to post a candid review.
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Mumina B. U.
December 5, 2020
I was captivated start to finish and I cant wait to read more of her work. The plot was packed with angst. I loved the heros cruelty, interesting dynamics of her peers, the bullying and attempts on her life. The main characters, Zues and Brigit are polar opposites but when they got together it was dark, sexy and explosive. Brigit is virginal and naive. Desperation leads her to the doorsteps of Olympus. To get out of a dire situation she goes through training at the hands of Zues. Zues hands out cruelty with an ease and detachment. Powerful and ruthless, he rules over Olympus, his whorehouse. He lives up to his namesake. The balance between the two characters are stark in differences but works well together. The hero fights the instant chemistry and cant understand the emotions she brings out in him. Whilst the heroine questions her own sexuality and tastes, constantly fighting against their attraction.
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Heidi Stein
August 2, 2020
If you read Hades and Persephone’s story and thought Hades was a big a**, he has nothing on Zeus. Zeus takes first place in that area. Brigit is on the run from her father and her upcoming wedding. She believes working for Zeus will save her. Zeus becomes so entranced and attracted to Brigit at first sight, but he is a heartless jerk. He treats her like the jerk he is. Amelia has done an absolutely wonderful job with the start of Zeus and Brigit. There is action, suspense, backstabbing, jaw dropping moments and twists that made me go, wth just happened. I am loving these dark and delicious stories that Amelia is putting out. You definitely need to get this book and get swept into the dark. So much darkness and deliciousness that leaves you wanting more. I just can’t wait to see what happens next.
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About the author

Amelia Wilde is a USA TODAY and Amazon Top 100 bestselling author of steamy contemporary romance and loves it a little too much. She lives in Michigan with her husband and daughters. She spends most of her time typing furiously on an iPad and appreciating the natural splendor of her home state from where she likes it best: inside.

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