The media calls me the Grim Reaper of Wall street.  

I became the youngest billionaire in history because I’m ruthless—Bigger and Badder than my competition. That’s also why I know investing in this small town’s football stadium is a waste of my time. 

What I didn’t know was that she was living here. 

Judy is the girl that got away. I’ve thought about her for years; the night when we danced together… how she felt in my arms. 

Now, I finally have a chance to make her mine. But doing so means going all in on an investment that’s doomed to fail. 

And I never, ever fail. 

Will she be the first person to make me?

This second chance love story has everything from a secret baby to a bad boy football player turned billionaire-bad-ass. This full length standalone has absolutely NO cheating and comes with a sexy, heart-wrenching HEA. Looking for more hot billionaire action? At the end of Bigger and Badder is the standalone prequel- Billionaire Takes All- which includes a brand new sexy as sin epilogue that’ll rock your world



I have not read anything by Jackson before, and I was not sure what to think at first because aside from Nicolas Sparks I am not overly sure about male romance authors. I was proven wrong again and I am ok with that.

It only got 4 out of 5 due to the fact it did take me a few more chapters than 5 to get into it but once it sucked me in, I was more than happy and loving the build and the result.

This story is almost like an instant love mixed with a second chance story, the blurb stated a secret pregnancy but after all those books I read with that revolved around secret pregnancy this was not that, it was very sublevel part of their story.

I loved how Garrett was an alpha hero, but not the anti-hero he was misguided and had been burned hard in the past, he had other interest he needed to look out for and how a chance meeting changed it for the better.

I did feel that Judy fell flat in some places because there were some parts of her story that were never really given an explanation to and we were left in the dark, There were parts of the story that felt there was a previous book that needed to be read and the gloss over didn’t really make this feel like a stand-alone.

I do recommend this book to those who want a fun soft drama, with an alpha hero and slight dramatic twists. 

– Ashton 

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