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Billionaire Boys Club has 22 entries in the series. (). cover image of Beauty and the Billionaire: The Wedding cover image of Romancing the Billionaire. Book 2. Jessica Clare Author (). cover image of The Wrong Billionaire's Bed Jessica Clare Author (). cover image of Romancing the Billionaire. Jessica Clare - [Billionaire Boys Club ] - His Royal Princess (epub) And The Billionaire The Wrong Billionaire's Bed Once Upon A Billionaire Romancing .
When a hurricane blows in, a misplaced passport and a stalled elevator bring Logan together with an unusual woman named Bronte. But can their love endure their differences or will it all just blow over? Hunter is ready to give up on love—until he spots an enigmatic red-haired beauty and comes up with an elaborate scheme to meet her.
Gretchen Petty is in need of a paycheck—and a change. So when a job opportunity in an upstate New York mansion pops up she accepts. The good twin. Successful, dependable, and trustworthy—that's Audrey. She'd be the perfect girlfriend for her childhood crush, billionaire Cade Archer 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 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.
And he never gave up trying to get her back although he would go to certain extremes sometimes. The Heroine Violet, grew up in a broken home. Her father was always gone on some dig somewhere, and her mother was drunk or sleeping most of the time. She never had the opportunity to learn about trust or love in a healthy relationship.
Violet struggles with trust, because of the type of mother she grew up with. And learned to not to trust her father, and when she found herself pregnant and alone she was broken but became stronger than ever, more independent and not needing to rely on a man. She became a school teacher and learned the beauty of growing from past mistakes and moving on.
What I liked about Violet was that despite her past, she has such a strong spirit, a bit too stubborn and does make some mistakes and could be a bit harsh, but you understand why she mistrusts Jonathan. I will admit, that I was nervous about this one, probably why it took so long to read this.
But I quickly became engrossed in this story and just didn't want to put it down. What I truly enjoyed about this one was seeing the way that the emotional drama took a serious play in this book. Now normally the heat of this series has sometimes been a bit too much but I really liked the way this story developed. I did feel that sometimes the drama between these two become a bit too much. Sometimes the heroine especially could be too harsh at times, and so there were times I wish she wouldn't be so hard toward Jonathan.
I understand why, but she could be mean at times. Its the hero that really surprised me, because even though he could be arrogant and outrageous with his money, he was kind and devoted to her in such a beautiful way. From this moment on, you're fully mine. Body and soul. The Cover I love the gold colors here I have a weakness for gold covers, probably because they are so rarely used and I like the shape of the heart in form of jewelry here.
Overall View Romancing The Billionaire is such a beautiful story in many ways Aug 01, Vina marked it as to-read. Agh I loved this series and I can't wait to get my hands on this one!! View 1 comment. Jun 11, SMR grey rated it it was amazing Shelves: The fuck. Jessica clare, I'd rather you just kill me now. Feb 07, Teri rated it it was ok. Reading a book is supposed to be a fun experience, you journey off to an imaginary world and live through the characters life for a handful of hours.
This world for me was a very selfish one and one I did not enjoy visiting. Violet's character ruined this book for me!!! She swallows in pity throughout this entire book!!!! She thinks only of herself and doesn't listen to reason. No one used her, regardless of what she thought. She is horrible when it comes to Jonathan's feelings.
I personally don' Reading a book is supposed to be a fun experience, you journey off to an imaginary world and live through the characters life for a handful of hours. I personally don't download the message trying to be sold. And what kind of girl gets offended by the way a guy wears his hair??? Jan 31, Alia Ros rated it really liked it. It got reallllllyy hot towards the ending omg ahahha still loving this series!
View 2 comments. Jul 04, Syndi rated it liked it. Book 5 of Billionaire Boys Club is a bit let down.
I am expecting an Indiana Jones adventure. Not some kind of PG rated treasure hunting. The romance is better compare to the previous book. Violet has let heart broken by Jonathan 10 years early.
The suddenly Jonathan shows up on her life. Jonathan still in love with Violet. But due to miscommunication 10 years ago, Violet shuns him out. Eventually she agrees to come with Jonathan for a treasure hunting.
And during those trips they fall in love w Book 5 of Billionaire Boys Club is a bit let down. And during those trips they fall in love with other. It is HEA story.
I am disappointed with the lack of adventure. There are some very cheesy part that makes me cringe. Like Violet have erotic dream about Jonathan. There is a very romantic swoon worthy poems in the middle.
I like the poems very much. Apr 18, Cristina rated it liked it Shelves: I was very disappointed with this novel because I loved the Billionaire Boys Club series but the last 2 novels have been a total let down To be brief: During the firs sex scene I had to skip ahead and I love sex scenes because come on And a vanilla guy suddenly feels the need to tie a woman and has not done it befo I was very disappointed with this novel because I loved the Billionaire Boys Club series but the last 2 novels have been a total let down And a vanilla guy suddenly feels the need to tie a woman and has not done it before with anyone which who he hasn't had sex in 10 years?
All this sounds very far-fetched to me so I had to abandon the novel at one point and not continue wasting my time with it.
If you are Billionaire Boys Club series you can give it a try but otherwise I do not recommend it. Apr 17, Lizmichel rated it liked it. Why soooooo looooonggggg????????????
Jun 02, Julia's Book Haven rated it it was amazing Shelves: Absolutely loved it! Highly recommend this series!
Il Prof. E lo stesso Jonathan perde interesse verso la cosa quasi da subito. E alla fine non poteva che essere un trionfo. Continua su CrazyForRomance Per acquistare il libro clicca qui Nov 19, Gail Mitchell rated it it was ok.
Not as good as the other books in this series. I found Violet very annoying and self- centered. At 19 they are both still essentially kids, but Violet suddenly expects Jonathan to make an adult, life changing decision without any previous discussions.
When Violet finds out that she is pregnant, she doesn't tell Jonathan, instead she drops vague hints and expects Jonathan to guess or read her mind to find out the "great news".
Like any regular 19 year old, Jonathan is totally clueless and does no Not as good as the other books in this series. Like any regular 19 year old, Jonathan is totally clueless and does not get the "right answers" to her hints. Violet then storms off and spent the next 10 years bitter and feeling sorry for herself.
Oh yeah she also really, really hates Jonathan. Unrealistic expectations. I am a great Jessica Clare fan, but this book did nothing for me. Definitely my least favorite book in the series. Our h and H were teenage bang buddies. The h's father was a famous but shitty, deadbeat, money hungry etc etc archaeologist who only cared about his career.
He was also the H's mentor. H and h meet one wild summer, copulate, after which the h begs for commitment and the non-caring hero then is like B, BYE. What he doesn't know is the h is preggo, and soon loses the baby. They have huge miscommunications here thanks to the dad. Fast forward to present.
Shithole dad is dead after committing robbery. Leaves a letter to both h and H. H is apparently still crazy about the h and manipulates his way into her life, forcing her to accompany him into solving the puzzle to the missing artifact. The h is extremely hurt and angry, but reluctantly agrees. They go on the expedition, where the truth is exposed, wounds are potentially healed, and old chemistry is reignited.
But with hurt of the past still lingering between them, will they ever find HEA? Unlikable hero and heroine. Loads of sex. Semi-interesting story. Frustration inducing scenes. But why not zero stars? He regretted the past 2. She made him work for it 3.
The sex was hot Did not enjoy it much tbh. I can tolerate second chance romances if done well- having good amount of angst, romance and loyalty to one another. This had none. Unsafe 1. May 21, DW rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love the Billionaire Boys Club!!
Oct 22, Stephanie rated it really liked it. And even the happily situated has those days when our loved ones drive us crazy and we daydream of that guy, rolling up in his fancy car, professing his undying love and d ORIGINAL review on October 22, With site and tour giveaways: And even the happily situated has those days when our loved ones drive us crazy and we daydream of that guy, rolling up in his fancy car, professing his undying love and devotion.
Learning that leaving you had been a terrible misunderstanding, or sabotage would just be the icing on the cake. And, would he like a cup of coffee before he leaves? Or, maybe not. I thought the writing in this book is the best, so far, in the series.
The plot is complicated with the past and present coming together, with parental issues and long held misunderstandings threatening forward motion in life and any future relationship. And,though the fantasy is a bit sophomoric, I am pretty sure it is universal. I would have a harder time getting past that than anything. I enjoyed the book as a light and steamy new adult romance with a theme that has the potential to touch the heart of any woman who was ever hurt by their sweetheart.
Aug 12, London rated it liked it Shelves: Standalone series Author: Jessica Clare Rating: Dual HEA: Intolerable Heroine.
Taboo Subject Matter. A completely obsessed hero 2.
A good amount of groveling 3. A hero that never gives up no matter how much the heroine pushes him away While the book did slow down a bit towards the middle I still really enjoyed it. I can always count on this author to get me out of a book funk. Does anyone remember either of them from previous books? View all 13 comments. Oct 21, Cocktails and Books rated it really liked it. It is book five in the Billionaire Boys Club, and can be read as a standalone, but I will definitely be checking out the other books in this series.
Phineas DeWitt. Phineas sends the two on an adventure, and the sparks fly from there. This is a second chance love story, brought together by tragedy and a push from the grave. She was a strong, independent woman who gave as good as she got.
Jonathan realizes he has always loved Violet, and I enjoyed the way he tried to show her how he really felt. The adventure orchestrated by Phineas was engaging and interesting, and it was nice to watch Violet and Jonathan try and find their new normal. I loved the ending, and am definitely looking forward to the next book in the series. Reviewed by Lucy for Cocktails and Books Sep 21, AmeliaaXavier rated it really liked it Shelves: Since the first book he intrigued me more than the other men.
Hands-down this is now one of my favorite in this series! That's priceless! Full review to come! Nov 15, starsaga rated it it was ok Shelves: I wanted more humor and less struggle to overcome their shared history. There was way too much of that and also the father somehow bringing them together with clues spread across the world was over-contrived. Nov 13, Ash rated it it was ok.
Just couldnt connect with this book. Mar 31, Elaine rated it really liked it. I read a lot of romance novels and this one feels just that bit more endearing than others I've found enjoyable. I look forward to reading many more by this author. Un altro libro rovinato da un'eroina antipatica. Oct 30, christine danielle Bibliophilic Madness rated it really liked it Shelves: Romancing the Billionaire by Jessica Clare Cover: Every second of every day, my heart has always been yours.
When I was asked to join a blog tour for Jessica Clare's newest book, Romancing the Billionaire , I was pleasantly surprised. Violet Dewitt is the daughter of famous archaeologist Dr. Phineas Dewitt and when her father died, she was set of to a scavenger hunt which was one of the things her father loved her to back in her childhood, and with the man who broke her heart, Jonathan Lyon a handsome billionaire. Violet's father wasn't very attentive to her emotional needs while growing up add in the fact that because of him, her mother resorted to drinking because of depression it's not a shock that she resented him.
When Violet was asked by his father to join his latest dig after her graduation, she believed that it was a way of her father trying to bring them closer together but that wasn't what happened since his father also invited his students to join them and there she meets Jonathan Lyon. On that short summer, she fell in love with the greatest guy but ended up leaving without him after he flat out refused her when she asked him to start up a family with her.
Now ten years later, he's back again and the same passion they had was still there. Can she forget the past and start again or will she let the past ruin her chance for happiness? This is the fifth installment to the series and although it was an entertaining read, it wasn't up to par with the other books to the series. Although I cannot exactly pinpoint what made it lacking, it just didn't have that much impact to me.
Violet was a very interesting character since she started out as sort of a carefree individual but due to what happened ended up being reserved. I didn't like the fact that she was adamant on not forgiving Jonathan when it wasn't his fault but the fault of her father. I understand that it's hard to trust someone after something horrible happened between you, but it just wasn't fair of her to put the blame on Jonathan who was as much of a victim as she was.
Jonathan was such a sweet guy. He was very young when he and Violet first met so I couldn't exactly blame him for not wanting to be serious with her back then since he still had a lot to learn in life. Although he suffered greatly from what happened, I believe that it really helped him into becoming the man that was worthy of Violet. I also liked that he had a sense of humor unlike most of the billionaire heroes who had tendencies to always brood and be mysterious.
It was a very refreshing change to be honest. The plot was interesting since it wasn't all about the romance between the characters. The dynamic between Violet and her father was also interesting and although I am not a fan of her father asking forgiveness after he has already died, for me that is a sign of cowardice it was added a great touch to the book.
Overall Romancing the Billionaire was a very good book despite some of the things I did not like about it. I couldn't wait for the last installment to come! Received digital edition in exchange for an honest review Sep 16, Krista rated it really liked it Shelves: I've been very curious about Jonathan Lyons. He's been a relatively quiet member of the secret society thus far, which of course means that his story was sure to be one of the most interesting.