Tuesday, September 6

*** RELEASE BLITZ, REVIEW & GIVEAWAY *** Banking Her by Max Monroe



When one Rulebook closes…

Thatch and Cassie have finally found their perfect balance of good and sweet, crazy and playful, and most importantly, hot and insatiable. 

But what happens when they’re faced with a surprise neither of them plotted or schemed?

While Cassie seems to be taking everything in stride, Thatch can’t stop himself Sent from my iPhone every little thing revolving around the woman he loves. 

How does a man handle that kind of anxiety?

Doing the only thing he can to ease his mind without pushing away the woman he loves, Thatch proves that once again, when it comes to him and Cass, you’ll never see what’s coming.

Another Playbook begins…

Wes Lancaster has always followed one guideline for play. He never gets involved with anyone working for his professional football team, the New York Mavericks. 

It hasn’t been a hard rule to live by. 

Until Winnie Winslow, the new take-no-sh*t team physician. 

She’s beautiful, intelligent—and has no problem taking control of every situation. 

She pisses him off. She turns him on. 

As tension builds and desire heightens, Wes finds himself wondering how much longer he’ll be able to follow his game plan. 

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Max & Monroe and Thatch advise that you use caution when insinuating the actions of their characters into your real life. You might find yourself the new owner of a truckload of hilarious kind of fun—or a restraining order. It's one or the other, really.

My Review 

I love how Max Monroe writes these stories in between each main novel. It's ingenious and the perfect way to wrap up the previous couple and get a better look at the newest couple. Being able to revisit all my favorite characters always makes me smile and, with Max Monroe, belly laugh. 

In Banking Her Cassie and and Thatch are going strong and growing a baby. Thatch is determined to let Cassie always be Cassie and that includes her continuing to work. But that doesn't mean he's going to take a backseat in his drive to be overprotective. He's just going to be more creative about it. 

Wes and Winnie are antagonistically working together but it's getting harder and harder (pun most definitely intended) for them to not take out their work troubles on each other. It's especially not helpful when all their friends are pushing them together. As their working relationship and their two sets of sickeningly in love best friends revel in making them admit their feeling, both Wes and Winnie might find that what was once completely off limits might not be so bad after all. 

This novella has left me so excited for Scoring the Billionaire. Knowing exactly the kind of hijinks that are bound to happen, makes my little heart so excited.

Reviewed by Paige

★★☆ 4 "Stalking" Stars ☆★★

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