Published by Self-Published, Tantor Audio on July 26th 2016
Genres: Romantic Comedy
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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.
It’s been weeks since I’ve finished “reading” the series yet I still can not get it out of my head. It’s as if every Romantic Comedy I’ve read fails in comparison especially after reading Banking the Billionaire.
All of the other couples in the series are each and their own interesting but Thatch and Cassie elevated themselves way above the rest. There are numerous reasons I would say this but what was monumental about them was how unconventional the courtship was (if you could really call it that).
Their entire relationship was based on a prank – Pranks that were so absurd that you couldn’t help but bust a gut, roll on the floor or in my case trip on my feet, laughing. I do not know how Jeremy York and Elizabeth Hart were able to keep a straight face narrating this.
Basically, every other word is either funny or over the top way too sexy. I am curious to know how they were able to maintain a seriousness about it. Professionalism at its best. Without a doubt, they did such a wonderful job.
Not into RomCom? Read this series and I guarantee this will change you. This is definitely the creme de la creme of Romantic Comedy. My only question is…. which authors do I need to pay homage to for creating something this brilliant? I am dying to know!