Banking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe

Banking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on

Banking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBanking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBanking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book ReviewsBXTCHES Gotta Warn: Please heed this warning. . .Banking the Billionaire is not meant to be enjoyed UNTIL you have first cuddled up with Tapping the Billionaire (book #1) and Tapping Her (book #1.5). It’s not that I think you’ll be left less than satisfied if you start your relationship with the Billionaire Bad Boys with Thatch and Cassie, it’s just you’ll have no idea how satisfied you could be by starting at the beginning. In book #1, as the respected best friends of Kline and Georgia, we meet Thatch and Cassie, that relationship begins to develop in book #1.5 and Banking the Billionaire is where it is all pulled together. Oh, and can we give a great big “HALLELUJAH” the the one who gave us this cover, that’ll give a BXTCH her own moment of silence.

Banking the Billionaire will be told through the POV’s of both Thatch and Cassie.

So, for a quick re-cap. . .you’ll remember the attraction between Thatch and Cassie was certainly felt while we were busy falling in love with Kline and Georgia. Then they were given the huge responsibility of cat sitting the devil aka Walter, which they miserably failed at, but a relationship took root nonetheless, albeit between Cassie’s huge tits and Thatch’s supercock, but a relationship is a relationship and they all have to start somewhere, right?

What starts out as some pretty innocent teasing and texting, soon turns into co-habitation, with neither party willing to back down. Okay, I should probably back up some. Neither Thatch nor Cassie are commitment type of people. Though, Thatch is probably a bit closer to that part of adulting than Cassie is. Thatch’s last relationship was high school (he’s now 35) but after seeing how happy Kline is and coming off of celebrating his parents 40th wedding anniversary, he’s starting to see more of a bigger picture. Cassie on the other hand has never, ever ever, even been in a relationship. It’s hard to know if it’s because she has a phobia of commitment or if she’s not feeling it with someone, and her belief is why hang on when it’s not going to go anywhere. Also, in the beginning of her career (she’s a pretty sought after photographer) she traveled a shit ton, which didn’t really leave a lot of time to find the one.

Regardless, Thatch and Cassie find themselves awfully flirtatious via text and with each one trying to one up the other (by essentially pranking) one thing leads to the next, and that’s how they wind up living together. Crazy, right? The problem or not the problem, depending on your viewpoint, is neither one of them is willing to back down and give in, so soon enough, they’re not only sharing a bed, but supercock and big tits are sharing each other and they are both finding out that while the feelings that they both feel are definitely foreign, they are not all that unwelcome.

In Kline and Georgia’s story, they hit a snafu, one that broke them apart, but ultimately they find themselves back together and at the alter. With any great rom com, there has to be a bit of drama, kinda like ordering a Big Mac with an ice cold Diet Coke, you know. . .to balance it out and all, and Thatch and Cassie are surely not immune from those scales. I can’t give too much away when it comes to the serious side of Banking the Billionaire, but I can tell you this. . .it was pretty heavy and quite sad, add in the dynamic of Cassie’s personality, and it made it that much more somber.

The cast of the Billionaire Bad Boy Series is so fucking fantastically written, holding yourself back from just going from book to book is challenging, but you’ll also find yourself almost torn, because what if you like the next couple more than you did the previous one? See the dilemma? Having said all of that, I can tell you this. . .this is probably one of the best ensemble series I have read. So far, four different main characters, four very different personalities, and they are each incredibly written, equally so. In Banking the Billionaire, we get to meet a bit more of Thatch’s side, some friends from high school (Frankie and Claire) and their daughter, Mila, who will just sweep you off of your feet. Within each main book, we are able to get just enough of a glimpse of the next featured couple that it may very well have you salivating at the fingertips (if that is even a thing). And in this case we get Wes (Georgia’s boss) and Winnie as appetizers, but hang on the main course is coming up. 

Surely the only expectation one has when reading about a supercock and great tits involves a racing heart and melting panties, don’t worry, you would be spot on. The sexual tension grew thicker and thicker during Tapping Her and it all came to a bursting head (pun definitely intended) when Cassie took Thatch for a ride. And that’s even with her falling asleep right smack on his cock BEFORE he got his happy ending. They redefine bedroom gymnastics, they redefine. . .up against the wall. . .hot in the shower. . .blowjobs beneath the desk. . .happy endings in the bathroom. . .they spread it around evenly and often and we are all left satisfied in the end.

I honestly don’t have a good reason as to why I continued to put this series on the back burner, especially after book #1 had me laughing out loud and wanting more. But what can I say, sometimes this BXTCH can be a real bitch. Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingBanking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on

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