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Series: The Billionaires #2
Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Menage
What do you do when you have not just one hot boss, but two? And they both want you?
What will it take to make her theirs?
Bayli Styles leaves California wine country behind for the bright lights of New York City, in search of fame and fortune. However, fame and fortune are a little further out of reach than she had hoped, so to supplement her meager modeling income, she seeks a hostess position at Manhattan’s hottest new venue, owned by billionaires Rory St. James and Christian Davila. Bayli gets much more than she bargained for when both devastatingly handsome and magnetic men make her blood sizzle…and offer her the guiltiest of all pleasures—themselves.
Bayli is the perfect solution to the two problems currently plaguing entrepreneurs Rory and Christian, professionally and sexually. She’d make the ultimate “face” for their current joint venture, but both men are thinking beyond business and waste no time seducing Bayli into their brand of double pleasure. In the end, the threesome will put it all on the line—their bodies, their hearts, their souls—either destined for failure, or for the redefinition of true love.
This is a standalone ménage romance with an HEA by Calista Fox. (Book 2 in the Lover’s Triangle Series)
The Billionaires: The Bosses takes the reader on a sensual journey. Bayli is an ingenue looking to make it big in New York. The chance meeting with Rory St. James and Christian Davila changes her life. She is soon introduced to their high society world, their delights in the bedroom and oh how she likes them.
The Billionaires: The Bosses is a sexy tale. Rory and Christian are an interesting match. They are heterosexual but enjoy ménage relationships. In their public life, they work well together as a chef and businessman. The plot is interesting. The idea of Bayli hosting their cooking show with Rory works well as does the suspense portion of the story. However, it was easy to figure out who the villain was. The adventure getting to the end was entertaining. The Billionaire: The Bosses is a fun romp.