Her Big Fat Foxy Billionaire Best Friend (Billionaire Series Book 2)
Series: Billionaire Series #2
Publication Date December 8, 2017
Genres: Clean Romance
Setting: Cruise Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-35
Written for: Adult
Miranda Moore is devastated when her fiancé dumps her right before her wedding. Luckily her best friend, Drew Tucker, comes to her rescue, agreeing to go with her on the Star Venture cruise trip she booked. But he’s changed, and strange new feelings towards him are making it hard for Miranda to stay focused. She needs to keep her friendship with Drew. Falling in love would ruin everything!
Drew’s been in love with Miranda since he could remember. But unfortunately, she only thinks of him as a friend. When she gets dumped right before her dream cruise trip, he agrees to go with her to get her mind off her ex. Too bad it kills him to be with her, knowing she could never return his affections.
Her Big Fat Foxy Billionaire Best Friend is a sweet romance and a stand-alone novel.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Also in this series: Her Big Fat Fake Billionaire Boyfriend (Billionaire Series Book 1), Her Big Fat Hunky Billionaire Boss (Billionaire Series Book 3), Her Big Fat Dreamy Billionaire Ex
Don’t be fooled by the title. Drew is anything but fat!
Overall the story is fun as Drew tries to forget about his secret love for Miranda. He even tries to make her jealous, which may or may not have worked. And Miranda tries to ignore the attraction she is starting to feel for Drew. But both have secrets they haven’t told the other.
I loved the way Miranda thinks that Drew has a girlfriend, Shelly and why she is under that impression. And Drew, of course, is the ideal guy in the way he can’t help but protect Miranda and come flying when she needs him. The ending was just great in how he responds to her message – but of course I’m not going to say anything more.
This story isn’t quite as light-hearted as Her Big Fat Fake Billionaire Boyfriend, though. Miranda has a big secret pain that she has even kept from Drew, and when it comes out, it is really ugly. I have seen this pattern in books lately, where they are mostly light-hearted and then all of a sudden there is a deep, dark ugly something. I’m not a fan of this even when it isn’t described in detail, as is the case here.