The Billionaire Escape Plan by Ember Casey #Review

The Billionaire Escape Plan by Ember Casey #ReviewThe Billionaire Escape Plan by Ember Casey
on June 17th 2016
Genres: New Adult & College, Romance
Pages: 172
Format: eBook
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five-stars


A sweet & spicy standalone romance from USA Today bestselling author Ember Casey.

Most girls dream of marrying a billionaire.
Me? I'd rather make fun of one. Especially if the billionaire in question is Alexander Grant.
Excuse me--Xander Grant. That's right--the mega-hot entrepreneur who seems to top every magazine's "Rich Eligible Bachelors" list these days.
To me, he'll always be Alex--my childhood best friend. The guy who joined me on all sorts of wild teenage misadventures. The only person in our small town who understood me.
It's been four years since I've seen Alex. But suddenly he's back in our town at the exact same time my life is imploding around me.
We've both changed so much--I mean, the guy used to live in ripped jeans, and now he wears nothing but designer suits--but when I need it most, he offers me exactly the escape I need. A chance to run away from my life, if only for a few days.
I only hope my heart is prepared. 

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Review
Mae and Alex have been best friends for years but it’s been four years since they last saw each other. Alex has become a billionaire while Mae is still in their home town with no plans to leave anytime soon. Mae has just broken up with her cheating fiancee and hasn’t even told anyone. Alex gives her a chance to escape the drama of small town breakups by asking her to come to New York with him. Of course, a romance blooms between them.
I absolutely love The Billionaire Escape Plan. It is my favorite book of the year so far. I love how Mae speaks her mind and she constantly thinks of Alex as two different people, Alex- her best friend and Xander- the billionaire play boy. When she finally lets herself feel the feelings she is having, it is magical. I would highly recommend this book!
five-stars