(An unexpected romance) Jillian is not looking for romance, just to do some routine celeb appearances in Las Vegas. Of course, life doesn’t work that way. She accidentally meets two men from total opposites of the spectrum that surprisingly make her want to pursue a relationship. The question is, with who? From Jillian Janson comes a steamy love triangle tale that will have you guessing right down to the very last word.
A Brief History:
Earlier this year I read Lisa Ann’s memoir “The Life,” and as a result, Amazon I thought I might like “The Billionaire and the Bartender” by Jillian Janson. Normally I don’t pay attention to Amazon’s recommendations, and I have to admit romance is not a genre I normally read. However, I chose to read “The Billionaire and the Bartender” for a reason:
As part of the 2017 reading challenge I’m doing, one of the items on the list is choosing “A book set somewhere you’ve never been but would like to visit.” Well, Las Vegas is on my bucket list, so why not read “The Billionaire and the Bartender”?
Are you ready for a shock? “The Billionaire and the Bartender” was great! I was expecting a raunchier book, but I was pleasantly surprised by Jillian Janson’s book. And even though it’s not a very long book, Janson managed to find room for humor, work advice, and romance.
There are some very funny moments in “The Billionaire and the Bartender,” including when Janson insults a casino VIP, and I loved that she enjoy’s chili dogs and donuts like a normal person. “The Billionaire and the Bartender” even has some sweet moments, and I liked that both guys treated her with respect and didn’t have other things in mind.
This is a short book like I said, but I was as shocked as anyone when by the end of the book I was wanting a sequel.
As I said during the Lisa Ann review: don’t judge a book by its cover, or by what the author does for a living. I don’t know if this book is based on true events or not, but the fact is that “The Billionaire and the Bartender” is a fun and quick read.
“The Billionaire and the Bartender” gets a surprising B+
And with that, another item is crossed off the 2017 reading challenge: