BXTCHES Gotta Warn: Scoring Her is the last in the Billionaire Bad Boys Series and as usual, please read this series in the following order: Tapping the Billionaire (book #1)-Tapping Her (book #1.5)-Banking the Billionaire (book #2)-Banking Her (book #2.5)-Scoring the Billionaire (book #3)-Scoring Her (book #3.5). All of the novels in this series feature a couple while bringing in the rest of the characters and the novellas will finish up the previous book, while introducing the featured couple of the next book. So just in case you are even thinking about reading any of these titles as stand-alones, I am here to tell you not to do it. This series is highly enjoyable and you will be missing out on the best of it if you decide to go rogue.
Scoring Her will be told through the POV’s of everyone. . .Kline, Georgia, Thatch, Cassie, Wes, and Winnie. Enjoy.
The entirety of Scoring Her will take place in the Bahamas at the Atlantis Hotel, jeez that alone is enough to make a BXTCH jealous. Well, Scoring the Billionaire ended there and Scoring Her just picks it up. They have all gathered there because Georgia has arranged for the boys of the New York Mavericks to participate in the Miss Teen USA pageant and since Kline is the other half of Georgia, he comes along for the ride and since Wes owns the Mavericks and Winnie is the team physician, they are both gonna enjoy some nice time in the sun. Thatch and Cassie have zero affiliation with any of it, but of course, they have hitched a ride and them along with their new baby, Ace, are ready for some relaxation.
This review should be short, sweet, and to the point. There is absolutely no drama involved in the wrapping of this series. It’s just good ole’ fashioned closure.
Let’s start with Kline and Georgia. There’s not too much to report on the flagship couple. Georgia has chosen to do a bit of team building and a little promotion for the Mavericks by having them perform on the Miss Teen USA pageant, much to Wes’ chagrin. The last thing he needs is one of his players hooking up with a pageant contestant, which of course leads to a team meeting-which actually happened in Scoring the Billionaire, but I’m sure you know that, since you followed instructions and read this series in order, right? Good BXTCH. Anyway, the appropriate amount of threats were doled out to the team and now they can get down to the fun.
Back to Kline and Georgia, there is a bit of stress happening with one of our favorites. They are having some trouble getting themselves knocked up. Add to it that Cassie got pregnant accidentally and you have a Georgia who is a little down in the dumps, which when the wifey ain’t happy, neither is Kline. I don’t really want to confuse you BXTCHES, Georgia is extremely happy to be the godmother to Abe and holds no resentment whatsoever towards her bestie. She’s just having a hard time coming to grips with the fact that she may not be able to give Kline a baby and what that’ll mean for their marriage. But I promise, there really is no drama.
Thatch and Cassie are just trying to get some time together as husband and wife and not so much as mom and dad. Cassie is hoping to accomplish this at all costs, even if it means politely waiting at the door and allowing Kline to finish pounding into his wife, before she interrupts to ask them to babysit. The term “daddy” takes on a whole new meaning in the relationship between Cassie and Thatch. Cassie is just as Cassified as ever, she even goes as far as almost breastfeeding the masseuse. C’mon, every breastfeeder ever knows that when those puppies fill up, any relief is needed, regardless of where that said relief comes from. Thatch is as in love as ever with Cass, especially now that she has blessed him with a son, he also has deemed himself the worlds best husband (my words, but you’ll get what I mean) and uses his husbandry skills to their finest, by offering up advice, warranted or not. I’m gonna miss Thatch and Cass.
Wes and Winnie are the only couple not yet hitched, although Wes is hoping to change that. Besides the tiny amount stress suffered when Wes found out about the pageant contestants being of the “teen” variety (again last book), this trip is really a trip for him to enjoy with Winnie and Lexi. Lexi is using her time very wisely by educating any and everyone on the marine life of the Atlantis. Really, anything Atlantis. If you needed more of a push to fall in love with everything Wes, Winnie, and Lexi. . .Scoring Her will push you right over the edge.
Usually I use this portion of the program to gush over how well the supporting cast was written. But in Scoring Her, there really isn’t a supporting cast per se. They are all there, equally fantastic. I love a great ensemble book/series and the Billionaire Bad Boys delivers, almost orgasmically.
Speaking of orgasms, they’re in abundance. While the couples are a hoot when they all get together, they are just as fucking sexy and hot when they get their one on one times as couples. As funny as this series happens to be, there is worry about the humor spilling over too much in the bedroom, because while some of it may be funny, the majority of the bedroom happenings hits it right where it needs to be. You most certainly will not be wanting for anything.
Well shit, this is the end of a great series and while this BXTCH may be somewhat sad, I gotta say that I’m pretty excited to see what’s next from the mysterious Max Monroe. There was a mention in the acknowledgements of this particular book that we may be getting some goods on the boys of the New York Mavericks. . .so, a BXTCH can’t be too sad about that. But not for nothing, I should probably take the time to say thank you to whoever the fuck Max Monroe actually is. This series provided me with great laughs, embarrassingly so at times (so, thank you for that as well), it gave an escape whenever I needed to get away, it allowed me to fall in love with some really awesome characters and while we have to bid farewell to them, I can’t wait to read the next tribe that your wonderfully construed imaginations come up with.