Thi ide of thi series is that three billionaires unexpectantly find the love of their lives during a citywide blackout while being locked in a heavily secured mansion.
None of the six are expecting to meet someon and fall in love.While I have n't read all of Naima ’ s ooks, I discove that Grayson Chandler is the most beast-like hero I 've read from her.
When Jason suddenly dies, Grayson 's parents look to him to take over the company, not caring that he is building his own legacy with KayCee Corp.
Before the lights go out, Nadia bumps into Grayson.
While she knows who he is, Grayson has no idea who Nadia is or that she works for his company.
peaking of which, Naima is so freaking good at writing characters you HATE and wish would get swallowed up by the Earth 's core.When the chips are down and Grayson realizes he can ’ t live without Nadia, he finally makes the tough decisions we as readers wish he would have made earlier on.
Grayson and Nadia truly had to fight themselves, their pasts, and various people to be unwillin to be free to love themselves and each other.
They ruly are what each other needed in a partner.It should be noted that while Blame it on the Billionaire is the twelft nove in the Blackout Billionaire series, the previous characters don ’ t have significant page time.