Main Characters : Audrey Petty, Reese Durham


Chick LitContemporary RomanceErotic RomanceIntensely Hot!




The Billionaire Boys Club is a secret society of six men who have vowed success—at any cost. Not all of them are old money, but all of them are incredibly wealthy. They’re just not always as successful when it comes to love…

Audrey Petty’s always been the responsible one. The good twin.  Successful, dependable, and trustworthy—that’s Audrey. She’d be the perfect girlfriend for her childhood crush, billionaire Cade Archer…except that she’s pretty sure she’s not even on his radar. But when fate (and her chaotic twin) come together, Audrey finds out that she’ll be spending the next month with Cade at his remote cabin retreat. It’s a dream come true…

Until she meets her worst nightmare.

Billionaire playboy Reese Durham is used to seducing women to get what he wants. But when stiff, too-proper Audrey bursts into the private mountain lodge and scares his companion out the door, it’s time for a little revenge. It’s clear that Audrey’s in love with his buddy, Cade… and it’s clear to Reese that blackmailing Audrey with this information can get her to agree to just about anything. Like furtive kisses in the dark, or a secret rendezvous in the woods. Audrey may think she knows what she wants, but Reese is determined to show her what she needs.

And as Reese discovers the volatile minx behind the buttoned-up exterior, he starts to think maybe she’s just what he needs, too.


I have greatly enjoyed the first two books in this series, with the second book being my favorite, so far. I have to say, I initially thought that this third book would’t be as entertaining. It had a simple plot. A woman who was in love with a man since she was a teenager, only to find herself being thrown together with another man and falling in love with him instead.

I am pleasantly surprised that Audrey and Reese’s book was just as hot and as amazing as the previous two. I am going to give it four red hearts (only four because, hey, nothing can quite come close to Hunter’s book) because it was one of the more fun books I’ve read (and I’ve read a lot).

I liked Reese. He was the easygoing type who liked women and whom women liked. He did not come from money, like some of the men from the brotherhood. He worked hard to achieve his wealth. He was intense in an easy kind of way, actually. I liked that he automatically understood Audrey’s feelings for Cade as well as Cade’s feelings for Daphne.

Audrey was also a very likeable heroine. I’ve liked her since Bronte and Logan’s book when she was very loyal to her employer but still managed to help Bronte out by introducing her to Gretchen. I liked that Audrey was always the one who needed to be on top of things, to have a stable life so far apart from that of her twin’s.

The chemistry between Audrey and Reese was undeniable, even when they were getting on each other’s nerves. It was obvious to the readers that they just had to end up with each other. My favorite part of the book would have to be during brotherhood night and Gretchen was introduced to the brotherhood. I enjoyed Reese’s reaction when he thought that Audrey was the one in the hospital.

I really liked this book because it wasn’t just about the romance between Audrey and Reese. It was also about loyalty to family and realizing that sometimes the dreams that we chase when we were younger aren’t the dreams that we want in our lives anymore. In Audrey’s case, she realized that Cade represented a stability that she wanted for herself, an image that she wanted to have herself. However, it wasn’t what she really wanted at all. This book shows us that a lot of love is unexpected. We don’t have to work to get it. It just comes right at us when we least expect it.




Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Stranded With A Billionaire

Book 2 – Beauty And The Billionaire

Book 3 – The Wrong Billionaire’s Bed

Book 4 – Once Upon A Billionaire

Book 5 – Romancing The Billionaire

Book 6 – One Night With A Billionaire




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