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Title: THE BILLIONAIRE NEXT DOOR
Author: Jessica Lemmon
Series: Billionaire Bad Boys, #2
On Sale: October 25, 2016
Mass Market: $5.99 USD
eBook: $5.99 USD
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It’s Tag Crane’s job to be the life of the party. Traveling from one exotic locale to another is just part of running the luxurious Crane Hotel empire. But even paradise isn’t perfect. Devising a new business strategy is keeping Tag up at night-and so is the Great Dane barking at all hours in the apartment below his. To muzzle the problem, Tag charges downstairs . . . right into the most beautiful, blond distraction he’s ever seen.
Dog-sitting by day, bartending by night. It’s not exactly the life Rachel Foster dreamed of. But when Tag Crane rushes in, all mountain-man shoulders and obscenely sexy smile, needing her help for the Crane Hotels, it’s a fantasy come true. What’s the harm in a fun no-strings fling? Only a fool would give her heart to a billionaire player like Tag-until suddenly the one man who can’t be caught is the one flirting with forever . . .
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Top 5 funny lines from The Billionaire Next Door
by Jessica Lemmon
When I wrote Tag Crane’s story, I knew it was going to be clever. I mean, come on. The same guy who said to his oldest brother, Reese: “You look like you’re going to climb to the top of his building and start swiping at low-flying planes” in The Billionaire Bachelor had to have some great one-liners in his own story, right?
According to readers, YES. Reviews have hailed The Billionaire Next Door as “hilarious” and “laugh out loud funny.” Throw in smoking hot, emotionally charged, and you have the recipe for a Jessica Lemmon book. But don’t take it from me. Here are the top 5 funny lines from tBND.
Enjoy, and happy reading!
#5: On accusing his dad of being a terrible retiree because he won’t leave Tag alone about work…
“Stop being ridiculous. Go drink your Metamucil or something.” Rhona’s giggle punctuated the air and Tag added, “And take your Cialis.”
#4: This one is cheating a little because Lucas, Tag’s best friend says it, but it earned my number four spot because, well… I love Lucas!
“I figured you and Reese split Chicago singles right down the middle, but with him engaged”—Luc dipped his voice to add the word again—“that puts you in charge of sexually pleasing the remainder of Chicago’s females.”
Tag couldn’t help laughing. “You’re an ass.”
“With great power comes great responsibility, my friend.”
#3: Tag’s response when Rachel accuses him of not acting like a billionaire…
“You don’t act like a billionaire.” She arranged herself and rested against his solid chest.
“I take it you weren’t impressed with the whisking-you-away-to-Oahu-by-private-plane bit? Because I have to tell you, that’s my go-to move.”
#2: That one time Rachel accuses Tag of thinking she was a hooker…
His chuckle turned into a belly laugh and he had to put a hand on his stomach to catch his breath. “No, sweetheart, I thought you meant you were one of his regular girls. Girlfriends. Not that you curled his toes for money.”
#1: Rachel’s reaction upon learning Tag’s name…
“Tag,” he answered, letting go of her hand.
“Tag? As in you’re it?”
Tag as in Taggart, but he’d die before she found out he was named after his great-great-grandfather Crane. “Yeah. As in you’re it.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A former job-hopper, Jessica Lemmon resides in Ohio with her husband and rescue dog. She holds a degree in graphic design currently gathering dust in an impressive frame. When she’s not writing super-sexy heroes, she can be found cooking, drawing, drinking coffee (okay, wine), and eating potato chips. She firmly believes God gifts us with talents for a purpose, and with His help, you can create the life you want.
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Susan’s Review: 5 stars
Geez, I think I liked this more than I liked Reese and Merina’s story! It was another case of not wanting to put the book down to do anything but read. And it was all Tag Crane’s fault. Well, that and the fact that I kept picturing Brock O’Hurn as him 😉
Tag is a player, with a capital P. He’s one of those who breaks it off before it has the chance to get serious, but is so charming all the women still want to be his friend. The first time he sees Rachel Foster, he’s smitten. He’s so smitten he proceeds to do very unTag-like things. Like persue her, want to get to know her, help her, introduce her to his family and friends. The only thing he isn’t willing to do is admit that he’s fallen in love with her and put a label on what they’ve got, and since Rachel has had her heart broken by her ex, she doesn’t want to open herself up to take the chance so she keeps trying to hold back. It doesn’t work though. She falls long and hard.
Watching Rachel and Tag fall in love was sweet. The trip to Hawaii was fantastic. The way he overlooked her not telling him she was applying for a job at the company his family owns was also sweet (it did kind of bother me that he glossed that over when she felt guilty). The way he apologized at the end for letting her walk away had me grinning like a loon.
I just don’t think you can go wrong with a Jessica Lemmon book.