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Review: The Billionaire Bad Boys Club by Emma Holly

Submitted by Doll Believer on February 28, 2013 – 4:40 amOne Comment


Self-made billionaires Zane and Trey have been a club of two since they were eighteen. They’ve done everything together: play football, fall in love, even get smacked around by their dads. The only thing they haven’t tried is seducing the same woman. Rebecca learned early on not to trust anyone. She raised her brothers by herself—with no adult being the wiser. Her knack for cooking kept a roof over the twins’ heads. Now she’s damned if it won’t pay their way through Harvard as well. Add in running Trey’s latest restaurant, and her plate is way too full for romance. That’s an attitude the bad boys intend to change. Zane and Trey have set their sights on the sexy chef. When their hearts enter the equation and they both fall for her, this committed twosome faces their hardest test of all! Adult-content rating: This book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers 17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages.

Fans of Emma Holly’s m/m/f novels will be happy to hear that The Billionaire Bad Boys Club is another wonderful addition to this genre.  Delving into signature Holly elements – characters that overcome hardship; handsome, talented men who feel that something is missing in their relationship(s); a heroine who has a heart of gold and is looking for the right guy(s) to fulfill her fantasies and change her life. Holly’s story is set in Boston and shares elements of her other stories – a chef; self made business people; past hardships that leave difficult emotional voids. The story also includes BDSM scenes and very hot love scenes.

Holly’s trademark style is in full force in this novel. Characters are highly likable with endearing flaws.  The story builds smoothly and quickly including a dilemma that will test the trio’s commitment. Holly always delivers a feel good HEA and The Billionaires Boys Club is no exception.

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Once upon a time there was a little girl who loved to read story books. She devoured them because they were full of magical possibilities with every turn of the page. Then the little girl grew up and school work occupied more and more of her time. Eventually the little girl graduated from school, trading in poets & prose for business management & autobiographies. Magic was left behind in her quest for the top and the world became a place filled with “paradigm shifts”, ROI & financial reports. Before she knew it, the girl was a woman who felt out of touch with the world’s magic until she met Birth and her sister Death. While Birth filled her with wonder & happiness; Death filled her with sadness & loss. And so one day she set aside the management books and instead picked up a paperback story filled with vampires, shifters & telepaths. Lo and behold, her passion for these stories blossomed and the woman became a believer in the magic of reading, again. My name is Believer9200 and I believe in the magic of stories because they give me hope.
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  • Rhonda D says:

    Sounds like an amazing read. I will definitely be grabbing this book.

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