Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Release Tour - Banking The Billionaire by Max Monroe


Uninhibited. Sarcastic. Confident. Beautiful.
With a thriving photography career that allows her to travel all over the world and capture the hottest of men behind her camera lens, Cassie Phillips is the woman who can’t be tamed.

Adrenaline-junkie. Jokester. Billionaire. Hot-as-sin.
At six-foot-five, with muscles for days, and that perfect playful smile, Thatcher Kelly is the kind of man you don’t want to deny.

Wild for wild.
Prank for prank.
The two most unlikely of people may be the only ones to see that some personality traits only run skin deep.

Uncensored. Hilarious. And too damn hot to put into words.
Grab a fan and get ready for one hell of a ride because when the opposite of opposites attract, things are bound to get a little messy.

The CDC has been notified of the infectious nature of Cassie's craziness, siting her first case of full transmission to Thatcher Kelly. Measures should be taken to counteract its fast regeneration cycle, but avoiding the book is not recommended at this time. The Epilogue is the only known antidote.

Our Review
Max Monroe has done it again! Banking the Billionaire is the 2nd book in the Bad Boy Billionaires series and let me tell you, it is an amazing one. I was a little worries about it for a minute, but I should have never doubted Max Monroe. This book has everything I love in
 a book, which is romance, passion, hilarity, and conflict. Max Monroe has figured out the perfect chemistry for the perfect book!
 Banking the Billionaire follows Cassie and Thatcher. Really from the beginning this book is amazing. Thatcher and Cassie are two very fun and wild characters that added a lot to
 Georgia and Kline’s book, Tapping the Billionaire, so I knew their book would be even better. Seriously, after I read Tapping Her, the novella linking these two books, I was literally panting waiting impatiently for this book to be released. Max Monroe knows how to keep the readers wanting more.
 The characters are developed in their own way. I feel Thatcher was already on the brink of developing as the story began, while Cassie needed a little more time. With that
 being said, I loved reading their journeys and experiences from their point of view. I feel this really added to the story. I also feel the novella really helped build this story up and offer valuable insight into each character. I Loved these two characters with all my heart.
 The plot was brilliant. It was like “let’s put these two wild and crazy hearts together and see what they do. “ I loved it. I cannot say too much without giving anything away, but I really loved the path the authors took. For a minute there I was worried. I knew that a conflict was coming, but I could not figure out what. I was hoping it wasn’t the normal conflict seen in romance novels. I was pleasantly surprised by the conflict in question and was so happy that it happened the way it did. It was like a train derailing. You want to look away, but all you can do is sit there and cringe. Max Monroe, You rock!
 In conclusion, this is the best book I have read so far this year. This even took it a step up from Tapping the Billionaire, which was one of my favorites prior to reading this book. There is just so much in this book to love. Mostly, I love that it had me laughing out loud so much that
 my fiancĂ© had to ask me several times “what is so funny?” There were times I was struggling to breathe through my laughter. Max Monroe, whoever you are, you are amazing and wonderful author/authors. Whatever gave you the idea to team up and start writing together, well we as
 readers are extremely grateful.

 Characters: 5/5
 Heat: 5/5
 Writing Style: 5/5
 Overall: 5/5

 Favorite Quotes: (really too many to count, but I have listed three)

 “The Sticky Pickle?”
 “Good God, Thatcher. Not only can’t you put your boner away, but now you’ve got it all sticky.” –Cassie and Thatcher, Banking the Billionaire

 “No way am I meeting your parents in a shirt that talks about petting my kitty before you have the pleasure.” –Cassie, Banking the Billionaire

 “Whatever. I’d be the most organized hooker. I’d get one of those credit card swipe-y things.”
 “When is the right time to complete the transaction in that scenario?”
 “I think they’d swipe before, and sign their PayPal receipt after.” –Georgia and Cassie, Banking the

Tiny Tease:

I recognized the need to forget all the details and just concentrate on what I knew. And I knew how to eat a f*cking p*ssy.

      The secret was simple.
      It was never, ever the same.
      It could be the same woman, the same day, the same f*cking session, but a woman’s p*ssy is a special kind of woman. She’s picky but f*cking generous, and she gets off on all kinds of wicked sh*t, but her biggest turn-on is variety and a good sense of mood.

      I did my best to listen for Cassie’s cues, her moans and whimpers and the speed of her breath. Did she need it faster or slower, and was the pressure just right? The answer was never consistent, and I f*cking loved it. Every time I earned a reward through the curl of her toes or a squeeze of her knees, it made me work harder.

Giveaway: https://goo.gl/262V84

 99 cents for a limited time. 
This is a series of interconnected romantic comedy standalones and Tapping the Billionaire (the first in the series) is currently on sale for limited time for 99 pennies!!! 
Tapping the Billionaire (#1)

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