Banking the Billionaire by Max Monroe – Amy’s Review

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WHY I READ IT

I have been extremely impressed with Max Monroe since reading book one in the series Tapping the Billionaire.  In that book we met Thatcher and Cassie.  I’ve been intrigued with them and really excited to see what their book would bring.

WHAT I RATED IT

3.5stars

WHAT IT’S ABOUT

Uninhibited. Sarcastic. Confident. Beautiful.
With a thriving photography career that allows her to travel all over the world and capture the hottest of men behind her camera lens, Cassie Phillips is the woman who can’t be tamed.

Adrenaline-junkie. Jokester. Billionaire. Hot-as-sin.
At six-foot-five, with muscles for days, and that perfect playful smile, Thatcher Kelly is the kind of man you don’t want to deny.

Wild for wild.
Prank for prank.
The two most unlikely of people may be the only ones to see that some personality traits only run skin deep.

Uncensored. Hilarious. And too damn hot to put into words.
Grab a fan and get ready for one hell of a ride because when the opposite of opposites attract, things are bound to get a little messy.

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AMY’S REVIEW

 

Cassie and Thatch this amazing couple who are both hilarious, wild, and extremely loyal.  They say opposites attract but, in this case it’s the exact opposite.  These two took joy in creating mayhem in their own lives and the lives of those around them on a daily basis, no on an hourly basis.  This book was never short on humor, laugh out loud moments, and the things that came out of Cassie’s mouth could make a sailor blush.

Beyond all the humor and fun times there was a lot of serious undertones to their story.  There were issues and moments where the seriousness of things really made you think, of course it was immediately followed up with hot sex or a dick slap to make you laugh (and maybe cringe a little).

I loved both these characters but, I felt like Cassie’s over the top personality overshadowed Thatch.  In previous books he seemed to be more cunning and free spirited with his pranks and how he spoke.  To me it felt like his personality was really muted and he was a lot more sedate choosing to sit back and let Cassie take the lead in all things.

This story flowed smoothly with lots of great things that kept me excited and interested.  I  understand that Cassie’s wild nature was really the feature of this book but, it got to the point where I felt like things were add just for the heck of it and not necessarily pertinent to the story.  But overall I really enjoyed the story, all the characters including visits from some of my favorites from Tapping the Billionaire, and the quick peek into Wes’s story.

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