The end of the Billionaire Bad Boy era, the series comes to a close.

From Kline and Benny to Wes and Winnie with Thatch and Cassie in between, spend time with the characters that have stolen the hearts of both each other and readers alike, and meet the men of the upcoming spinoff series Mavericks Tackle Love.

Disclaimer: 9 out of 10 early readers claimed some combination of heart palpitations, sobbing, and incoherent muttering about it “not being the end” when coming to the final pages of Scoring Her. Use caution when reading.

*Some evidence suggests the Acknowledgements may lessen the side effects enough to breathe normally again.

man and woman holding each other with love



Happy couple in bedroom enjoying sensual foreplay


I have absolutely ADORED Max Monroe’s Bad Boy Billionaires Series, and the writers’ send off and homage to their three couples in their last book, Scoring Her, was everything I hoped it would be.

From the very beginning of the series, it was clear that it was going to take a special woman to break Kline, Thatcher, and Wes out of their bachelor lifestyles; to these three alpha males, they had the best of both worlds and didn’t see a need to change their player ways. They’ve enjoyed money, status, and any woman they’ve wanted up to this point in their lives, so it didn’t make sense to shake up their lives with one woman who would more than likely wreak havoc on it instead of making it better.

But boy were these bad boy billionaires wrong! They all just needed the RIGHT woman – the one who knocked them on their ass and show them what it meant to be in a loving, monogamous relationship and never want anything else.

Scoring Her allows readers one last check-in with these three lovable, crazy, and highly entertaining couples as they continue with their relationships and move on with their lives the only way loving couples like them can – creating mayhem, mischief, and mass amounts of kinky fun!

Georgia and Kline were the first to make the leap into a committed relationship, and they continue to be everything to one another. They’re both successful, driven, and so in love with one another that they’d willingly do anything to make each other happy, and while their lovefest has a few bumps in the road, they handle those situations like they handle everything else, by being a team and proving to one another that there’s no one better to traverse this crazy life with than them.

Kleorgie is all kinds of adorable!

Cassie and Thatcher are beyond crazy for one another and with their separate idiosyncrasies, you would think they would always get on each other’s nerves, but their brand of ridiculous fits perfectly together and their arguments only make them hotter for each other. Ace is everything to them but they also need their “adult time,” and their way of finding time alone together cracked me up throughout Scoring Her.

Wes with Winnie and Lexi make one beautiful family, which is exactly what they have been since Wes risked everything to be what they need. They’re so sweet together and give each other everything they’ve always wanted and I couldn’t get enough of Wes with Lexi and how he showed her numerous times that she was so important to him.

The bad boy billionaires and their beauties are a very wicked, sexual, and hilarious group of friends who learn to love with all of their hearts and willingly work like hell to give everything to their other halves. I adored this novella and feel like each couple got their happily right now, and I couldn’t have asked for more!

In Scoring Her, Max Monroe also introduces readers to the characters who will be part of their spin-off series, and I can’t wait to see what these two writers have in store for these guys as well as their readers.

4.5 Poison Apples

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