And ladies, I gotta say - you had me a Thatch's prologue lol.
I loved the snark and banter between Greer and Trent. It is sizzling with tension, and you just know that they are going to break and it will be all on.
I freaking love love love the New Orleans setting, it is one of the cities I have enjoyed the most on my USA adventure, and reading about NOLA makes me want to go back.
There are great secondary characters. Now, I have terrible bookzheimer's, so I can't remember - have we met Quince and Emory (Greer's best friend) before? They feel familiar, but who knows, I could be imagining them!
I really, really, really need Cap's story in my hands too. He is kind of like Thatch Jr, and I want more.
Sweet, tender, frustrating, The Billionaire Boss Next Door had a bit of everything, and I hope we get more them in the future.
I'm always keen to jump into another Max Monroe book, and I was interested to see what this would be like, being another Billionaire themed book. It took a little to warm up for me, around the 20% mark is when I really started to think things were picking up, and was finding myself invested in the story.
I liked both main characters reasonably well, and I liked both Quincy and Cap, but I'm still unsure how I feel about Emory. This one wasn't as much humour as usual for a Max Monroe book, but we still did get plenty of funny moments and weird quirky remarks and traits from some of the characters.
Once I got into it properly, this was quite an easy read, and the ending was perfect, plus left it open for the series to continue. I look forward to seeing which of the secondary characters comes next.
The Billionaire Boss Next Door by Max Monroe is a standalone romantic comedy that is set in the same world as this author's Billionaire bad Boys series. A straight up strangers to enemies to co-workers to neighbors to lovers (It sounds more complicated than it really is), this story had me laughing out loud in places and the tension between Greer and Trent is palpable. Even while they are busy being hateful they are clearly attracted and in the worst case of denial - ever. Well-written and well-paced, I enjoyed this a lot, hope you do too!
OMG... the banter between these two is hilarious. A very unique, quirky heroine (Greer) and a stern, hot, rich hero (Trent) get off to a very rocky start. I absolutely loved Greer, for me, she was the star of this one. A light hearted read, not steamy enough for me, but it had a captivating storyline and the getting to know you took you through a fun journey till the end. 5 stars to this author.