Reviewed by Kat
TITLE: The Billionaire’s Boyfriend
AUTHOR: Geoffrey Knight
PUBLISHER: Self Published
LENGTH: 109 pages
RELEASE DATE: July 5, 2017
Matthew Darcy is a romance writer in a rut. He’s been stuck on Chapter One of his new book for as long as he can remember, and so has his love life. But when his on-the-side job as a flower delivery guy puts him in the right place at the right time to save the life of billionaire banker Calvin Croft, Matt’s life takes an unexpected detour toward romance. With billions to his name, Cal Croft has everything… except someone to love. But is Cal’s paparazzi-pursued life something that Matt is willing to take a chance on? Can a struggling romance writer who delivers flowers have anything in common with a handsome billionaire with his own Lear jet? And could the secret that Cal’s keeping tear these two lovers apart—just when their romance begins to blossom?
If you are looking for a fun, sweet, hilarious read then you have picked the right book for you!
Matthew “Matt” Darcy is a romance writer with severe writer’s block. So he helps out his landlady/friend by delivering flower for her little flower shop that is located below his apartment in Hell’s Kitchen. He has lost his parent’s to cancer and now his family is the inhabitants of the building he lives in. They are a eclectic group but they look out for each other. When Matt is in a rush to deliver flowers he winds up saving a man’s life from being ran over by a garbage truck. The handsome man he saved was no other than billionaire trader Calvin “Cal” Croft. Cal tracks down Matt and sparks fly almost instantly. But Matt is cautious and leery of love. And Cal has secrets that he holds tight to. Can a suave billionaire and a shy delivery boy/romance writer make a match with such differences?
I literally couldn’t stop laughing in parts of this book! Matt and Cal’s first date turn hook up attempt was beyond hilarious! It was like reading gay Keystone Cops!!! If something could happen it did! Matt’s kooky neighbors bordered on a bit psychotic but they made the book.
One part I truly appreciated was Cal’s protective nature towards Angus. It was sweet, touching and so heart-warming. And while it did bother me that he didn’t share his secret with Matt, hence almost blowing up their chance at a honest and loving relationship, I totally got his reasons for protecting Angus from the paparazzi and cutthroats of Wall Street. And Cal’s protective nature shown through totally when they met Walter and Darlene Hornet at the opera! Go Cal!
I totally loved this book. It made me laugh. It made me smile. It made me hope. It made me mad. It made me worried. And, in the end, it warmed my heart and made my day! I HIGHLY recommend this wonderful little gem to make your day too!