Book Review: ‘Billionaire with a Twist 2’ by Lila Monroe

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Title: Billionaire with a Twist 2

Published: 14th September 2015

Author: Lila Monroe

Facebook: www.facebook.com/lilamonroebooks

Twitter: @lilawrites

Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/author/show/7109533.Lila_Monroe

Amazon page: www.amazon.com/Lila-Monroe/e/B00SRZKWN0

Synopsis:

He’s dirty – no chaser.

Billionaire Hunter Knox hired me to save his family bourbon business: I’ve won the big pitch, but now trouble is only just beginning. I’m on a tightrope trying to keep my career from crashing out like a coed after a dozen jaeger shots, and I’ve made it clear to Hunter, our sexy one-night fling can’t be repeated.

So what does the guy do? Turns around and starts dating my sister.

Pour me a double.

Review:

So to have the guy you want more than anything, the one you can’t stop thinking about but can’t really have due to work conflicts, walk in on a date with your sister is possibly the worst thing that could probably happen. Add the fact that they seem really happy in each others company and you will want to cry and throw up as much as Ally does.

Rabbit caught in headlights comes to mind when Ally sees Hunter walk in with her sister on his arm. All she can think about is that they have been dating and he cheated on her sister with her – talk about nightmare. Hunter soon clears it up that they have just met so she feels a little better. That is until he asks whether it would be ok for him to date her. All she can think about is how happy her sister looked and that of course it wouldn’t be a problem for them to date. She is just going to have to live in her own personal hell throughout the rest of the evening – she’s going to need a drink!

After coming up with a killer idea for the whole campaign Hunter insists that Paige, Ally’s sister, help with the launch party for it and after telling him that she couldn’t be happier with them dating she can hardly say no. The more time she sees them spending together the more her heart breaks and she in turn makes some very unwise decisions – getting drunk at a fundraiser and venting to the man who is trying to take Hunters company away from him is so not a good idea. But it does mean that Hunter can get a good reaction from her when he drives them home after. Being on the tipsy side she is much more vocal with her feelings and when he growls at her to just admit she is jealous that’s exactly what she does. She just doesn’t realise that he only went along with ‘dating’ Paige to get her to admit that what they have is real and worth fighting for. She just has to tell Paige the truth about them hoping she will be ok but Paige might have a surprise of her own to tell in return.

Now the fun between Hunter and Ally can really begin. Getting thrown from a horse into a lake not fun, stripping down after and getting down and dirty with the guy you want more than your next breath very hot fun. Once they give into their feelings, more importantly lust, for one another they just can’t seem to stay apart. But with Ally’s overcautious boss checking in with her and Hunters Company hanging in the balance on this campaign can their relationship hold true or will it all start falling apart.

Just gets better and better and what a cliffhanger again so glad I had the next one to go straight into again because I’m not sure I would have wanted to wait. Ally and Hunter have such easy back and forth witty banter between them that it is a joy to read. All I can say is that Chuck is a snake and Ally should have stayed clear of him – can’t wait for him to get his comeuppance.

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5 out of 5 stars

I received this ARC from Give Me Books for my honest review.

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