The Billionaire Book Club
Author: Max Monroe
Publication Date: September 12, 2019
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
The Billionaire Book Club Questionnaire
#1: Who is your least favorite character in the book?
Me—Caplin Hawkins. I am an absolute idiot.
#2: Who is your favorite character?
Gorgeous, addictive, insanely challenging Ruby.
She’s smart, driven, self-confident, and so beautiful, she makes my chest ache.
#3 What is your biggest takeaway from the story?
Ruby Rockford and I are meant to be.
I just have to prove it to her.
For the entirety of my adult life, I’ve been content.
Content in my single lifestyle, content in my stressful-but-extremely-successful job as the main corporate counsel for almost every Fortune 500 company in North America, and content in my playful, spontaneous ways.
I had no idea it was possible for someone to change my mind.
The endless women and work are no longer enough, and just as Ruby Rockford told me—it’s about time I grow up.
It’s going to take a strategic attack from more than a couple brilliant minds to win her affection, but luckily, I know exactly where to find the right guys for the job…
The Billionaire Book Club.
It’s safe to say that I, Caplin Hawkins, the man most women would call The Ultimate Player, have finally met my match, and man oh man, has my end game changed.
I’m coming for you, Ruby.
And soon, you’ll be coming for me, too.
There’s nothing like a Max Monroe romantic comedy. They know how to bring the laughs in the most ridiculously funny way, and they did it again with The Billionaire Book Club.
Cap has reminded me of a Thatch Junior since I first met him in The Billionaire Boss Next Door. He’s not quite as zany as Thatch, but what he lacks in zaniness he makes up for in confidence. Womanizer Cap has a lot of confidence. Not quite enough to make his cockiness a complete turnoff, but enough to know he’s going to have to prove himself to the amazing Ruby.
Ruby is a normal chick with the ability to stand her ground when it comes to Cap. She’s a law student who is juggling a bunch of stuff (some of it super cool). I liked how down to Earth she was. Her level personality leveled out the craziness of Cap’s in the story.
I really loved Ruby and Cap’s story. Cap was chasing Ruby in a way that is guaranteed to make bookworms happy. It all revolves around that club mentioned in the title of the book. With the help of his book club, Cap woos Ruby in ways he’s not expecting. It was sweet, funny, and cute. (It reminded me a little of The Bromance Book Club, but in a happier way.)
As for that book club, there are some billionaire members you probably already love making some cameos. They add to the humor and it’s pretty priceless. Oh! And I have to mention Ruby and Cap’s parents. They were to die for. So perfectly fitted to Cap, Ruby, and the story.
Overall, this was just a super fun, hilarious romance. It’s another A+ novel for Max Monroe. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series.