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 dick 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.
Worldbuilding: This story takes place in New York City, in and around the Winthrop Building.
Characters: The main characters in this novel are Kline Brooks and Georgia Cummings. Kline has never looked twice at one of his employees and Georgia is no exception, until the time she’s not. In desperate need of a date to the Children’s Hospital Benefit, Kline looks to none other than his marketing director Georgia and is dumbfounded by her immediate refusal. But not taking no for an answer Kline lays his cards on the table and ends up convincing her to go. But what could possibly go right for an in-office romance with none other than the guy that writes her checks? They both are startled to find out how much they enjoy each other’s company, unfortunately secrets get the best of them. Can they find a way to get untangled from all the lies? Or will they believe in half-truths and allow misunderstandings drive them apart?
Plot: This is a romance between Kline and Georgia, there really isn’t any surprises or twists you don’t see coming. It’s pretty much your run of the mill billionaire romance that has a more down to earth hero.
Writing: This novel is written in first person points of view of Kline and Georgia. It is the first novel in the Billionaire Bad Boys series and it can be read as a standalone although it is recommended to read the series in order.
Curb Appeal: The cover is definitely fun loving and isn’t too bad to stare at either! The blurb is short and sweet but what I really liked about it was the disclaimer the author added! It was funny and definitely set the vibe for the novel!
Ultimately: I laughed a lot reading this story! It was pretty enjoyable but my one complaint was that it dragged on quite a bit in the middle and towards the end. If the author would have shortened it maybe by fifty to a hundred pages then it would have flowed more smoothly and wouldn’t have stalled out in some parts. All in all, if you are in the mood for a very funny hero and heroine who are better together than apart then come check out Tapping the Billionaire!!!
I couldn't have said that better myself! Reading is huge passion of mine. And I'm glad that books not only expand my world view but that they bring the wonderful people who created them into my life. You can always find me with a book and an eclectic mix of music on. I am a HEA junkie extraordinaire! I am a Beta reader, who loves helping authors bring their characters to life. As well as an avid romance reader (every and anything ;D) turned aspiring author.
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