11 Bold Romances About Wealthy And Powerful Men

If you've ever fantasized about being swept off your feet by a powerful billionaire, you've come to the right place. The books listed here are all romances that focus on wealthy men as they fall in love and work to overcome their egos, secrets, and dark pasts in order to keep their relationships together. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.

Romance Novels About Rich Men: Our 11 Picks

Title Author
1. Cocky Prince Jules Barnard
2. Last Call Jennifer Schmidt
3. Detained Ainslie Paton
4. Closer to You Jill Sanders
5. His Lover's Little Secret Andrea Laurence
6. Trust Cristiane Serruya
7. Blind Attraction A.C. Warneke
8. Then Came You Marianne Rice
9. Blind Lydia Michaels
10. Catch My Breath Lynn Montagano
11. Beyond the Stars Stacy Wise

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If you enjoy reading about love, you probably have a good time watching it on the big screen as well. Check out these eight romantic movies (if you haven't already):

  1. Casablanca (1942)
  2. Love Actually (2003)
  3. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
  4. The Notebook (2004)
  5. Dirty Dancing (1987)
  6. The Fault in Our Stars (2014)
  7. Amélie (2001)
  8. Ghost (1990)

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In Depth

One of the best things about fiction is that readers are able to live out their fantasies. A titillating concept that many people daydream about is having a passionate love affair with a rich, authoritative man and becoming part of his luxurious lifestyle. In no particular order, we've put together a list of eleven bold romances about wealthy and powerful men.

For the #1 spot, we have "Cocky Prince" by Jules Barnard. Hayden has recently returned to her hometown to work as the head of HR for the shady Blue Casino. After discovering her workplace's dark secrets, she makes a plan to take down the bosses. Adam has never had to work hard in his life. That changes when his father pulls some strings to get him a high-ranking job at Blue Casino. Though Hayden thinks Adam is a jerk, there's an undeniable connection between the two. However, Adam's pursuit of a spot at the top of the casino may complicate their love affair.

At #2 is Jennifer Schmidt's "Last Call." Novalee is a bar owner who decides to take a trip to Nevada to unwind. After a wild night, she wakes up to find that she's married to a stranger. Panicking, she runs from the hotel and resumes her normal life without knowing that her new husband is multi-millionaire Dean Philips. In the middle of his night in Vegas, Dean finds out that his grandfather has died. To inherit the company, he needs to be married, so he convinces a drunk Novalee to be his wife. Two years later, to prove the validity of his inheritance, he has to find his wife.

To inherit the company, he needs to be married, so he convinces a drunk Novalee to be his wife.

Next at #3 is Ainslie Paton's "Detained." Darcy is a journalist who flies to Shanghai to interview Will Parker, a secretive billionaire. When airport security sees something wrong with her visa, she's detained in a small, freezing room. Soon enough, a man who's confined for the same reason joins her. To keep themselves busy, she and the mystery man play a steamy game of truth or dare. When they finally get out, they spend a wild weekend together. Things get explosive when Darcy finds out that her lover is the man she went to Shanghai for all along.

At #4, we have "Closer to You" by Jill Sanders. Tyler McGowan is the son of an oil magnate who is thrust into being the head of a company after his dad's death. Kristen Howell is a sassy, career-driven woman who is sent to Montana to persuade Tyler to sell the business. She soon figures out that it won't be easy. The brooding, handsome owner is driven to keep his dad's legacy alive. With both of their careers on the line, the negotiations get more heated than either of them expect.

Next up at #5 is "His Lover's Little Secret" by Andrea Laurence. Shortly after breaking up with her wealthy and powerful boyfriend, Gavin Brooks, Sabine Hayes learns that she's pregnant with their baby. Disillusioned with his privileged lifestyle, she keeps her son, Jared, a secret from the father for two years. After a chance encounter where Gavin finds out about the baby, he wants to start getting involved in his son's life. Tensions rise when the millionaire realizes that his desire for Sabine never went away.

After a chance encounter where Gavin finds out about the baby, he wants to start getting involved in his son's life.

For #6 we have "Trust: A New Beginning" by Cristiane Serruya. Sophia, an intelligent twenty-five-year-old woman from Brazil, is devastated after the love of her life is tragically killed. She runs off to the UK with her daughter to start over and run her late husband's oil business. At the airport, she meets Ethan, a mysterious steel tycoon who is deeply attracted to her. At a meeting, she meets Alistair, a successful banker known for being a playboy. With both men in pursuit of Sophia, she finds herself in the middle of a dark, heated love triangle.

At #7 is "Blind Attraction" by A.C. Warneke. After a tragic accident leaves him blind, the wealthy, handsome James' comfortable life comes to a screeching halt. He's not sure if he'll ever be able to see again. However, before he lost his vision, he saw a gorgeous woman in a window who he fell for instantly. With his future in question, he realizes that she might be his only chance at happiness. He finds a way to meet Victoria, and they start a romance that rekindles his passion for life.

For #8, we have Marianne Rice's "Then Came You." Grayson has everything he wants, except for his freedom. After inheriting his family's design empire, his grandmother starts making all of his decisions for him. On the other hand, Thyme has no plans for the future. In need of a job, she becomes the nanny of a five-year-old girl named Maddie. But when Maddie's parents are killed in a tragic accident, she is left waiting for a legal guardian to be assigned. Little does she know that Grayson, the man of her dreams, is about to find out that he's a father.

After inheriting his family's design empire, his grandmother starts making all of his decisions for him.

At #9 is "Blind" by Lydia Michaels. Scarlet, reeling from a bad date, decides to write a lengthy piece detailing her frustrations with men. Having had too much to drink, she sends the article to a newspaper. She is mortified as her secrets are exposed to everyone, including a boy who had a crush on her in high school. Asher is a wealthy tech mogul who tends to avoid relationships. However, upon reading Scarlet's tirade in the paper, his old desires come back. Using what he's learned about Scarlet, he decides to transform himself into the man of her dreams.

For #10, we have Lynn Montagano's "Catch My Breath." After recovering from a devastating breakup with her crazy ex-boyfriend, Lia Meyers goes on a holiday in Scotland. Little does she know that she's about to fall for Alastair, a handsome, dashing heir to a media empire. She knows he's not right for her; he's cocky, arrogant, and hates the idea of relationships. Despite all that, Lia is smitten. As their romance deepens, the secrets Alastair has been hiding from her might end up tearing them apart.

And finally, at #11 we have "Beyond the Stars" by Stacy Wise. Jack McAlister is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood and has millions of adoring fans around the world. Jessica is not one of them. When her plans to spend her junior year in France are canceled, her aunt offers her a job as an assistant to the movie star. After a lot of pushing from her parents, she reluctantly accepts. Jack is a condescending jerk, but Jessica has no plans of letting him walk all over her. Sparks fly between them as their bickering turns into flirtation.