Once Upon A Billionaire by Jessica Clare

Once Upon a Billionaire (Billionaire Boys Club, #4)Once Upon a Billionaire by Jessica Clare
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Once Upon a Billionaire is book four of the Billionaire Boys Club series.

This book is about Griffin Verdi one of the six billionaires in the secret society. He has been required to return to his home country where he is part of the royal family for a cousin’s wedding. He needed a temporary assistant for the trip and Hunter offered him the services of his own PA, Maylee.

Maylee Meriweather was a sweet southern girl from Arkansas. She had moved to New York City to work so that she could help her family back home. She is adorable. She has such southern colloquialisms that she uses and it absolutely drives Griffin crazy. He works very hard to change her so that she will not embarrass him or herself while in the presence of his family.

This book really does have a lot of heart. Maylee feels the underlying tension in Griffin when he is around his family. Griffin has spent most of his life avoiding showing his emotions so he is making Maylee feel uncomfortable.

The words and terms that she uses made me laugh so much. I am a southern woman myself and I recognized her phrases. Griffin did not at first find it endearing or even proper English. He keeps calling her out on her speech and it is hilarious.

There are so many side stories going on with Griffin, Gretchen and Maylee that make this book just a real joy to read. I have loved each story so far and this one was just so funny it was easy to love. This is an awesome series and I will be continuing all the way through to the sixth book.

Happily on to book five.

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