Publication Date: April 24, 2016
Series: Bad Boy Billionaires series #1
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Blind dates? Online dating profiles? Been there, done that.
Georgia Cummings has zero luck with dating, and the era of the internet is not her friend.
No matter how fast she runs, how many corners she turns, she can’t find her way out of this weird, alternate universe where men think d*ck pics are a replacement for small talk and getting to know a girl. One more crotch selfie and she might write men off for good…
But why can’t she stop fantasizing about him?
Kline Brooks is the quintessential billionaire bad boy—dark, styled, short hair, muscles for days, and a panty-dropping smile.
As his employee, he won’t touch her with a ten foot pole.
But she won’t touch him either.
Too bad their hormones missed the memo.
This is such a FUN, SWEET, and SEXY romance. Gah, I loved this one to pieces! This book is definitely refreshing in terms of billionaire romances because Kline (my new book boyfriend) is so different. Instead of being a player, he is a sweet and affectionate man who WANTS to find the woman of his dreams! YAY! Max Monroe (whoever you lovely authors are) thank you for bringing me this SUPER CUTE/SUPER SWEET/SUPER SEXY book that made me laugh so hard I nearly peed my pants! Fans of romantic comedies will definitely want to pick this book up! It’s really a charming read that will make anyone swoon and fall in love 😀
Mixing business with pleasure can sure be messy… Especially if you overdose on Benadryl…
Kline is the all-around perfect man. He is sweet, charming, looking for a long lasting relationship that will make him happy for the rest of his days, and he is a billionaire. But finding the right woman for him isn’t all that easy even though he owns his own internet dating app. When Kline needs a date for a function, he decides that instead of going through the trouble of weeding out the good girls from the bad girls, he will ask a woman he works with. I mean this is easier right? She beautiful, smart, and it’s just one date to help him out. Getting her to say yes may be challenging though, but he uses hit with and charm to get her to give in. This my friends, is where a beautiful love story starts. One that will make you laugh, one that will make you swoon, and one that will make you fall in love.
Georgia is one feisty female. But she is also the kind of girl that any man would want because she is totally down to earth and so much fun to be around. Readers will have an easy time falling for this heroine while also wishing she were their best friend! Anyway, when Georgia (reluctantly) agrees to go on a date with her boss she initially assumes it’s a one-time deal to help him out. Obviously she is attracted to him, but mixing business with pleasure isn’t a good idea. Things can get messy… And they actually do. Because when her boss leans in to kiss her, well things begin to change… (Honestly, I can’t tell you what/why/or how because this is something all readers simply need to read themselves- trust me, you won’t regret it!).
The love story (no matter how it starts out) will make readers fall deeply in love. Everything about their relationship is honest, real, and totally heartwarming. Readers will find themselves laughing so hard at absurd actions of the characters while also swooning for this charmer of a man. The authors clearly know how to write a romance because this one my friends, is amazing! I honestly cannot say enough good things about this one and I am eagerly awaiting the second FULL book in the series. For anyone that is wondering, this is a STANDALONE with an HEA. There isn’t too much drama in it either which is a good thing. The next book will revolve around the secondary characters in this book- and these characters are just as lovable as Kline and Georgia. I Can’t WAIT!
Overall, I highly recommend this one. Fans of romantic comedies, billionaire romances, and sweet and charming reads will certainly want to try out this book. It’s definitely worth the read. PLUS, it’s a standalone with an HEA- something that a lot of readers look for in a book. So trust me, you want to read this one!