Review by Veronica

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“I haven’t felt this kind of attraction in… well, never. In the words of the immortal King, I’m all shook up. I haven’t been able to get my footing where Chase is involved. All day yesterday and all through dinner, with each charming smile and audacious wink, I’ve felt myself forgetting the reasons why professionalism is so important to me.” 

Anyone But the Billionaire is a fun, raunchy rom-com that you can read in one sitting.

Self-made mogul Chase Moore is a charming hound dog with a hairless cat and a family business to save.

He was fine being the spare to the heir until the family’s billion-dollar business threatens to go belly-up.

Now Chase will need more than his rakish good looks to fight his father for control.

Powerhouse marketing guru Campbell King returns to Texas and launches her own company after being chewed up and spat out by the city that never sleeps,

One phone call makes all the difference when a suave and sexy male voice offers her the chance to redeem herself and help him save his swanky Manhattan store.

When the sexy redhead finally runs into her new billionaire boss, they’re both in for a shock.

But there’s no way Campbell is dating the boss. In fact, anyone but the billionaire would be better…

Anyone But the Billionaire is perfect for bookworms who love to read a romance on the racy and crude side of the romance spectrum. There is plenty of spice and lots of sexual innuendos in this book. It’s an easy, breezy read and a fun way to escape the world for a few hours. This isn’t the typical romance book that I would read. I tend to sway towards the more charming romances, but I always like to try and read something out of my “comfort” zone every once in a while. Overall, I enjoyed the story. It was sometimes predictable, but I loved Chase and Campbell’s humour and spicy banter. There is also plenty of family and workplace drama that kept me entertained.

There are characters in this book that I think will get under people’s skin because they just ooze that toxic male culture that was so prominent in the past. Reading the scenes when these male characters were belittling Campbell made me feel like I was reading something set in the 1970s or 1980s. I was not too fond of these characters, but I loved how Campbell handled them. She took no crap from anyone and was unafraid to stand up for herself. She put them in their places in such fun and smart ways I really couldn’t help but cheer her on. 

You will enjoy this book if you are a fan of workplace romance tropes. There is definitely an insta-lust vibe between Chase and Campbell. The attraction was there right from the beginning, sparks flying off the pages whenever these two were together. Sara does a great job at building up the tension between these two characters and making her readers want to keep on reading to see what would happen next between them. 

Anyone But the Billionaire is a fabulous steamy workplace romance. 

Thank you, Rachel Random Resources for the ARC in exchange for an honest review.