ARC Review · Contemporary · Friends to Lovers · Funny · Kindle Unlimited · Slow Burn · Sweet · Unrequited Love

My Brother’s Billionaire Best Friend by Max Monroe

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3.5 Stars

Recent college graduate, Mabel “Maybe” Willis has moved back home to NYC after being away for college. Finding out the hard way how difficult it can be to be thrown back in with her family dynamic, she has nonetheless started working her in her family’s flower shop… therefore spending time with her parents… all. day. long.

And just when she thinks she can’t spend another day waiting out her big break into a job at a publishing house… in walks her childhood crush, Milo Ives. Just as gorgeous as ever, and now a certified billionaire… Milo is better than she remembers him… too bad he doesn’t share her same recollection…


My Brother’s Billionaire Best Friend was an entertaining read that will have you laughing out loud just as frequently as it will have you agonizing over the slow burn story line. Maybe and Milo’s complicated attraction is filled with sexting lessons, anesthesia mishaps, and an attraction that neither one of them seems to have any control over…

Maybe has loved Milo from afar ever since she was a teenager. And after returning from a less than adventurous stint in college, Maybe is beyond ready to experience all of the things she has thus far missed out on in life… like sex… preferably with Milo.

Milo is definitely attracted to Maybe, and he is fighting his attraction with every ounce of willpower that he possesses. But Maybe is special, and he can’t seem to stop thinking about her… no matter how much he knows that he absolutely has no business dating his best friend’s baby sister.

I enjoyed the plot for this book immensely, as well as the sweet and enjoyably complex relationship between Maybe and Milo. But, at the same time I felt like there was some missing elements in their overall relationship dynamic. While their characters were fantastic and well developed, their attraction seemed to fall a little flat. I love a good slow burn story, but this one moved along so slowly I felt that the heat came in too little, too late. And while I didn’t love all the aspects of Maybe and Milo’s romance, I adored the fabulously done humor and the continuous light hearted storyline. There were also some unforgettable side characters, my favorites being Maybe’s parents, who seemed to effortlessly steal the show in every scene they appeared in.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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