Book Review: “Crave: A Billionaire Bachelors Club Novel” by Monica Murphy

Crave A Billionaire Bachelors Club Novel

If you have ever been infatuated with an older sibling’s best friend, then pick up this book and never let it go because it is everything you would want to happen. In this book we have 3 wealthy (hence Billionaire Bachelors Club) best friends, Gage, Matt, and Archer, who have been friends since high school. Archer Bancroft owns a super luxurious couples hotel in Napa and doesn’t believe he will ever get married, let alone be the first one of his friends to marry. He believes this so much that he bets a million dollars that it won’t be him. But at a wedding he sees Ivy, Gage’s not-so-baby sister. When they were younger, Archer saw her turn from Gage’s little sister into a hot teenage girl but always knew Ivy was off limits. Instead, he would mercilessly tease her (typical man).  At the wedding, though, he can’t help but going up to her and, for the first time, Ivy finds him attractive but knows that he’s bad news. Yet she can’t seem to help herself. Then, Archer hires her to decorate his new hotel, Crave, and the rest is history. Let me just say that I literally died when I read this book. I mean, the little sister gets with her sibling’s best friend! Every girls dream, really. And I love it in books when the guy is so opposed to being with just one person for the rest of his life and then turns into the biggest girl (whipped!). This book had everything you would want: the wealthy man, the steamy scenes, the romantic intimate moments, and more. CLICK HERE! You won’t regret reading it.


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August 30, 2013 · 9:09 pm

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