This standalone romcom is set in the same world as The Billionaire’s Wake-up-call Girl and Most Eligible Billionaire.
Max Hilton is my high school nemesis turned billionaire. And tomorrow I deliver his lunch order. In a cat costume.
You know he’s going to love it. He’ll smile that smirky smile, sitting there all superior in his gleaming tower, the wealthiest and most notorious playboy in all of New York, the king of everything.
Turns out it wasn’t curiosity that killed the cat—it was mortification.
I’m almost ready to quit my lunch delivery job, but then my roommate tosses me a copy of The Max Hilton Playbook: Ten Golden Rules for Picking up the Hottest Girl in the Room.
It’s the book that catapulted him to stardom. And it’s my new bible.
I’m going to use his own techniques against him. I’ll wrap him around my little finger, bring him to his knees, and crush his steely heart. Call it payback for all the single girls who had to endure legions of losers wielding his legendary tactics.
But seeing Max every day, I’m discovering a side of him
I didn’t even know existed–he’s not the jerky guy I thought he was. He has
this smile he shows only to me, and it melts my heart. His touch sends shivers
down my spine. And those forbidden kisses are driving me wild.
Falling for him was not in my plan.
Am I breaking his rules or will his rules break me first?
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Fly Girl’s Review:
I’m just going to say it…this one may make my Top 10 List!!! I’m in love with this book. I can’t get enough of Annika Martin’s inventive story line and witty prose. She brings it like I haven’t read in a bit. She reminds me of Lauren Blakely and that suits me just fine, but even more unique!!!
This story line of a lunch delivery service where the girls dress up as cats is hilarious. I laughed from the first scene and really didn’t stop all the way through. I mean even when she puts on her New Year’s Day dress I’m still smiling and laughing. The sex is panty melting and heartwarming. I was glad that she told the story from both perspectives because it was awesome to see the confusion they each had when face to fact with their situation.
Max and Mia couldn’t be more suited for one another with their musical background, their awkward high school years and their broken hearts. Who knew so much angst could cause someone to write a book to reinvent themselves!!! Well, Max does and it’s a doozy. Every guy on the planet is reading it and using all the phony lines in it to hook up. Only Max doesn’t realize how bad the book really is until Mia gives him a dose of his own advice. It is hilarious when they find out they’ve both been duped and try to fight for their love. For real this story took me out of my own life and pulled me around with Mia and Max until the end. I didn’t want it to end because I’m sure Annika has a lot more of their story in her head. She does an amazing job of scene setting so you feel like you can really see it.
So of course I’m giving this a 5 of 5 and it will be considered for my Top 10 List this year. Pick this one up and I’m sure you will love it as much as I did. Can’t wait for her next one.
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Annika Martin loves fun, dirty stories, hot heroes, and wild, dramatic everything. She enjoys hanging out in Minneapolis coffee shops with her writer husband, and also likes birdwatching at her bird feeder alongside her two stunningly photogenic cats, especially when she should be writing. She’s heavy into running, music, saving the planet, taking long baths, and consuming chocolate suckers. She’s worked a surprisingly large number of waitressing jobs, and has also worked in a plastics factory and the advertising trenches; her garden is total bee-friendly madness and her most unfavorite word is nosh or possibly fob. A NYT bestselling author, she has also written as RITA award-winning author Carolyn Crane.