Romance Books

Scoring the Billionaire by Max Monroe

Goodreads Summary

scoring the billionaireEven though two of his best friends have settled down, Wes Lancaster is determined not to get sucked into some siren’s web. As owner of the professional football team the New York Mavericks and wildly successful BAD restaurant, his lifestyle is full as it is.

Well, it was, until Winnie Winslow, the new, sexy, stiletto-wearing Team Physician trash-talks him in the locker room without batting an eye.

Now he can’t stop himself from wanting her.

The only girl in her parents’ brood of five, she’s as outspoken as she is beautiful and the kind of woman who holds her own—and then some.

Always competitive at heart, if he’s going all in for love…
Wes sure as hell wants a Win-Win.

Prepare to get a little dirty because this one might go into overtime.
Game. On.


3.75 out of 5 stars


Book told in first person, alternating point of view.

Book 3 in the Billionaire series is about Wes Lancaster, owner of the New York Mavericks football team, and his team doctor, Winnie Winslow.  Winnie came to the team from St. Luke’s, because the job gave her the opportunity to spend more time with her 6-year old daughter, who has autism.

Wes is instantly attracted to Winnie, but wants no wife and kids in his future. His mother died when he was young, and his father struggled with the loss. So when he starts his flirty banter with Winnie, he’s surprised when he is interested in taking things further with her.

Wes also hits it off with Winnie’s daughter, Lexi. Lexi was freaking adorable. Winnie also had four very overprotective brothers, one whom she was particularly close to, named Remy. Remy was very close to both Winnie and Lexi, and was one of Lexi’s primary caregivers.

This book was mostly about screwing while on the road with the football.  Wes wasn’t really committed to a relationship with Winnie at first, and then he got spooked and let both Winnie and Lexi down.

The saving grace in this book for me was Winnie. She was really strong, and always put her daughter first. I had a lot of respect for that. She wasn’t terribly quick in forgiving Wes, which he deserved.

I loved this series, and if another book came out, that is not a novella, I would read it.

Happy reading.

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