BXTCHES Gotta Warn: So, here’s another gem that I indulged in way back when it was released, but I’m thinking that “procrastination” is a serious condition, because I am struggling to get these reviews done when the book has left me so giddy. That’s fine, Christmas break is on it’s way and I will be playing catch up then. Okay, let’s just get right to the point. . .Yes, you certainly HAVE to read Tapping the Billionaire (book #1) before you crack open the pages of this super fucking funny follow-up. While Tapping Her is just a novella, it’s really a continuation of Kline and Georgia while beginning the introduction of Thatch + Cassie. I mean, we met them in the first book, but now we are starting to enjoy their journey together. Also, since Tapping Her is a novella, this review will hopefully be pretty short, sweet, and to the point.
Tapping Her will be told through the POV’s of Kline, Georgia, Thatch, and Cassie. Got it? Good, let’s get started.
We pick up with Kline and Georgia while they are in the throes of their wedded bliss. . .they are honeymooning in Bora Bora, pretty fantastic, right? While those two are busy being fuck hot and sexy together, Thatch and Cassie have been tapped as the sitters to Walter, Georgia’s asshole cat.
Everything is going as good as it can be, considering Walter could be the devil and is busy making sure that Cassie doesn’t get too terribly comfortable in his world and then without warning we’re facing a case of “The Missing Asshole”, that’s right BXTCHES, those motherfuckers lose the love of Georgia’s life. . .if you’re not counting Kline that is. Nothing but hilarity can come from Thatch and Cassie busy trying to track down the fur ball, while trying to figure out the age old question. . .”Do we or do we not tell Georgia that her kiddo is lost running wild in NYC?” Oh, and hang onto that storyline. . .it only gets better and better.
Even though Kline and Georgia may be sexing it up in a tropical locale, Georgia ain’t too keen on the ocean, any part of it, and while she’s certainly enjoying the alone time that she’s getting with her hubby, it’s proving a bit difficult for her to not crack open the computer and focus some on her career, she also knows that her professional world is about to get crazy busy and she’s a wee concerned with how that will play out with her husband. The only issue Kline is having at the moment is keeping his hands and his cock to himself, pretty good problem to have, I suppose.
These characters are so well put together and really bring this story/series to life. Since Tapping Her is just long enough to make your mouth water, there really isn’t too much time to extend the story beyond Kline, Georgia, Thatch, and Cassie. . .so those are all we are really getting in these pages. Except, we get a teeny tiny dash of Wes, the other Billionaire Bad Boy and Georgia’s boss. I figure the main reason for this is because his story is coming up.
So, you know that we get Kline and Thatch here and one would think that the cocks would just be coming off the page, but the only cock getting the business is Kline’s and with him being on his honeymoon, it’s getting a lot of wear, so much so, I’m pretty shocked that the fucker hasn’t been worn raw. You could be disappointed that we have yet to get into Thatch’s pants, but it’s coming, no worries. We’ll get enough sexual tension between him and Cassie and that should hold you over until you’re able get them two between the sheets or wherever that particular introduction will take place.
Tapping Her is going to do just enough to satisfy. I mean, we get Kline and Georgia on their honeymoon and end the book with them settling into life as a Mr. and Mrs., while being able to witness the upstart of what is to become of Thatch and Cassie. So, just a dangle of what is yet to come.
If an escape from reality is what you’re looking for (and isn’t it always) you will find it with this series. If a really hearty laugh is what you’re looking for, you will find it with this series. You will fly though this book and you will fall in love even deeper with this book. My guess is you will go from book to book until you find yourself in the worse (but best) kind of series hangover, because once you get going, you won’t be able to stop with just one.