RELEASE BLITZ AND REVIEW: Man Candy by Lila Monroe


Genre: Romantic Comedy

Release Date: August 13, 2018

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What’s hotter than a sexy man and unlimited chocolate? Indulge in the delicious new rom-com from Lila Monroe!

Private investigator Nick Cameron is six foot two of chiseled, hunky trouble. He needs a fake fiancée to help him go undercover at the hottest candy company around, and he picks… me?!

OK, he thinks I’m the safe, reliable choice. But what he doesn’t know is that I’ve been waiting for the chance to get out from behind my desk and indulge my Bond girl fantasies. Goodbye, Moneypenny. Hello, femme fatale!

It’s my chance to take a risk and prove I’m more than just a secretary… but I didn’t bank on the sizzlin’ hot chemistry and Nick’s lick-able abs. And between our wild cover stories, after-hours investigation, and not-so-fake romps, the line between fiction and reality is melting faster than a Hershey’s kiss in the summer sun.

Can our delicious fake relationship turn into something real? Or will my sexy sugar rush crash before we can unravel the chocolate conspiracy? Find out in the latest BILLIONAIRE BACHELOR romance from Lila Monroe!

1 Very Irresistible Playboy
2 Hot Daddy
3 Wild Card
4 Man Candy
5 Mr. Casanova (Oct)
6 Best Man (Dec 2019)

My Review

In Man Candy, readers reenter Lila Monroe’s Billionaire Bachelor world, and she introduces readers to Nick Chambers, a private investigator in need of a fake fiancée for an undercover operation at a candy company, and Nick wants Olivia’s secretary, Alice Jones, to be his arm candy in order to investigate a potential fraud/industrial espionage case.

But here’s where things get quite a bit more interesting because even though Alice was chosen for this role due to the fact that she is a responsible, reliable, and hardworking woman, there’s more to her than her administrative skills and throughout the course of Nick and Alice’s two week assignment, Nick gets to know exactly who Alice is, which puts him in a difficult position because as their attraction builds and their fake affection becomes real, Nick’s focus is split between his growing feelings for Alice and the task at hand, which puts him in a precarious position and forces him to determine if he can handle his personal and professional life coexisting or if he’ll have to put aside what he feels for Alice in order to not only get the evidence he needs but to protect Alice as well.

I love Lila Monroe’s romantic comedies, and her Billionaire Bachelor series has a great blend of humor, wit, and steam. Even though each book in the series is based on a fake relationship, Monroe varies the plot lines and the situations that her characters are placed in, so nothing is overused or repetitive. Nick and Alice’s story adds another dynamic to the series due to the undercover aspect of their ruse and the James Bond like maneuvers that have to be used, and that’s the part that intrigued me the most because Nick and Alice work well together and despite the pressure to uncover the proof Nick needs and the fact that Nick starts to question who he can trust, the reality is that Nick and Alice need and want each other way passed their two week fake engagement.

Who knew that sticky situations in a candy company could lead to illegal activities instead of a great product, but that’s the case that brings Nick and Alice together and it’s their sizzling connection that could melt just about any product that surrounds them.

4 Poison Apples

Author Bio

Combining her love of writing, sex and well-fitted suits, Lila Monroe wrote The Billionaire Bargain. Lila enjoys writing, as it gives her a flexible schedule to spend time with her kids and a wonderful excuse to avoid them. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, who strips out of his well-fitted suits nightly.


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