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Newly edited to correct previous issues! They’ll show this Librarian that red-hot passion doesn’t only exist in a good book... Daphne I always lived for my fantasies. At first, they were innocent ones. Stories of princesses and the princes who love them. But as I grew older, my desires changed. I wanted bad things. Forbidden things. Because my ‘happily-ever-after’ didn Newly edited to correct previous issues! They’ll show this Librarian that red-hot passion doesn’t only exist in a good book... Daphne I always lived for my fantasies. At first, they were innocent ones. Stories of princesses and the princes who love them. But as I grew older, my desires changed. I wanted bad things. Forbidden things. Because my ‘happily-ever-after’ didn’t end in a beautiful wedding and a white picket fence. No—mine was darker . . . naughtier. Just like in the books I loved. Books where women were treated like queens—had harems—women who couldn't choose between two princes, so she just had them both. I never imagined I’d have the chance to live out my fantasies. Until I met them. They’re everything your daddy warns you about. Dark, dominant, and demanding. A good girl like me shouldn’t want this—but I can’t stop myself. My fantasies have become reality and I don’t want to give them up. But when lies are revealed and trust is broken, sometimes there isn’t a way back. And I’m starting to think that it’s safer to find love in the pages of a romance novel, instead of real life. Jean Luc/Devon We have it all. Billions in the bank, a rock-solid friendship, and enough women to last a lifetime. But don’t be misled. We aren’t the good guys. In fact, we’re the exact opposite. We take what we want—and we don’t apologize for it. Our life is perfection . . . or at least that’s what we used to believe. Until one lucky night puts her in our path. She’s gorgeous, innocent, and thoroughly seductive, with long legs and ‘come f*ck me’ glasses. We instantly knew we had to have her. And we did, again and again. What we didn’t expect—was to fall for her, completely and utterly. But when Daphne is put in danger, thanks to our business, will she ever forgive us? Or will she simply walk away for good? The Librarian and The Billionaire Bad Boys is a standalone panty-drenching, thigh-aching, action-packed MFM Bad Boy Billionaire Menage Romance. If you like dominant bad boys who know how to turn a good girl to the dark side . . .this book is for you!


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Newly edited to correct previous issues! They’ll show this Librarian that red-hot passion doesn’t only exist in a good book... Daphne I always lived for my fantasies. At first, they were innocent ones. Stories of princesses and the princes who love them. But as I grew older, my desires changed. I wanted bad things. Forbidden things. Because my ‘happily-ever-after’ didn Newly edited to correct previous issues! They’ll show this Librarian that red-hot passion doesn’t only exist in a good book... Daphne I always lived for my fantasies. At first, they were innocent ones. Stories of princesses and the princes who love them. But as I grew older, my desires changed. I wanted bad things. Forbidden things. Because my ‘happily-ever-after’ didn’t end in a beautiful wedding and a white picket fence. No—mine was darker . . . naughtier. Just like in the books I loved. Books where women were treated like queens—had harems—women who couldn't choose between two princes, so she just had them both. I never imagined I’d have the chance to live out my fantasies. Until I met them. They’re everything your daddy warns you about. Dark, dominant, and demanding. A good girl like me shouldn’t want this—but I can’t stop myself. My fantasies have become reality and I don’t want to give them up. But when lies are revealed and trust is broken, sometimes there isn’t a way back. And I’m starting to think that it’s safer to find love in the pages of a romance novel, instead of real life. Jean Luc/Devon We have it all. Billions in the bank, a rock-solid friendship, and enough women to last a lifetime. But don’t be misled. We aren’t the good guys. In fact, we’re the exact opposite. We take what we want—and we don’t apologize for it. Our life is perfection . . . or at least that’s what we used to believe. Until one lucky night puts her in our path. She’s gorgeous, innocent, and thoroughly seductive, with long legs and ‘come f*ck me’ glasses. We instantly knew we had to have her. And we did, again and again. What we didn’t expect—was to fall for her, completely and utterly. But when Daphne is put in danger, thanks to our business, will she ever forgive us? Or will she simply walk away for good? The Librarian and The Billionaire Bad Boys is a standalone panty-drenching, thigh-aching, action-packed MFM Bad Boy Billionaire Menage Romance. If you like dominant bad boys who know how to turn a good girl to the dark side . . .this book is for you!

30 review for The Librarian and the Billionaire Bad Boys

  1. 4 out of 5

    April

    Daphne is a librarian. Two guys who are billionaires partly because of illegal activities meet her at a restaurant. The story line is mostly about the sex. There is a drug king pin who uses the library as part of his distribution chain. That brings danger and upset for Daphne.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jo-Anne

    Not for me There's Bad Boy & there's the Bad Guys... I didn't like the plot of them being drug dealers/sellers. I didn't feel the need to even finish the book. Not for me There's Bad Boy & there's the Bad Guys... I didn't like the plot of them being drug dealers/sellers. I didn't feel the need to even finish the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Iris

    Another great read Enjoyed reading this book and reading about the characters and their story. Looking forward to reading more from this author.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Williams

    Love them! Intense, short, romantic and hot at the same time. This is book two and can’t wait to read the next one!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Magali

    Good in a way The story has twists and a story with a lot of sex scenes, but the male characters are sometimes annoying and the I didn't really appreciate them. Good in a way The story has twists and a story with a lot of sex scenes, but the male characters are sometimes annoying and the I didn't really appreciate them.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Stacey M

    Please Hire a Proofreader! I keep giving Shae Sullivan’s books a chance because I believe that she has good storylines. Unfortunately, this is the last time. I just can’t get past all of the grammatical issues. It’s too distracting. Switching between first and third person in the same sentence, using the completely wrong words (it should be wanton NOT WONTON. Dear Lord.), and waaay too many “oh my’s” just completely killed it for me. These are all issues that could be solved by using something ot Please Hire a Proofreader! I keep giving Shae Sullivan’s books a chance because I believe that she has good storylines. Unfortunately, this is the last time. I just can’t get past all of the grammatical issues. It’s too distracting. Switching between first and third person in the same sentence, using the completely wrong words (it should be wanton NOT WONTON. Dear Lord.), and waaay too many “oh my’s” just completely killed it for me. These are all issues that could be solved by using something other than spellcheck and by adding a few more beta readers. Sorry for the poor review, but it’s given honestly and in the hopes that these items will be taken to heart and corrected.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Disappointingly Full of Errors I don’t understand why an author would work so hard to write a book and then not bother with having someone proofread it before release. Many of the sentences had errors that made me stop to reread it just to understand what the author means! Unfortunately this is an ongoing problem for Shae Sullivan and maybe she just doesn’t care. It is really disappointing because she has some interesting stories and I love Ménage books. I am not sure I will be reading any more Disappointingly Full of Errors I don’t understand why an author would work so hard to write a book and then not bother with having someone proofread it before release. Many of the sentences had errors that made me stop to reread it just to understand what the author means! Unfortunately this is an ongoing problem for Shae Sullivan and maybe she just doesn’t care. It is really disappointing because she has some interesting stories and I love Ménage books. I am not sure I will be reading any more books by her until the problems are resolved.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Susanne M.

    WOW! Really Bad Proofreading was horrible! Ms Sullivan puts a note out in the beginning for ARC readers. Ms Sullivan really needs help refining her stories. They have potential, but the overall quality of writing seems to be getting worse not better. This story had no depth. The date between them never came to fruition because they immediately turned into sex. The intimacy scenes held no passion or build up. Oh God was the chatter from all three during every scene. No cheating or cliffhanger and WOW! Really Bad Proofreading was horrible! Ms Sullivan puts a note out in the beginning for ARC readers. Ms Sullivan really needs help refining her stories. They have potential, but the overall quality of writing seems to be getting worse not better. This story had no depth. The date between them never came to fruition because they immediately turned into sex. The intimacy scenes held no passion or build up. Oh God was the chatter from all three during every scene. No cheating or cliffhanger and no real story. :(

  9. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Really Bad Run from Ms Sullivan and don’t waste your money or your time reading this. The story is so badly written and it’s one of the stupidest plots I’ve ever read. As with every book I’ve read from this author the spelling, grammar and incorrect words are all the way through, some errors are so bad the sentences make no sense at all. Doesn’t Ms Sullivan even read through her own books? She quite clearly has no pride in her work. Disgraceful and I can not recommend this book or this author.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elke

    reminicant of stories i've read befor. But truly a unique story. reading this book it is obvious she initially wrote in a thrird person point ov view then changed it. the errors/editing is extemely poorly edited. it is quite anoying when you read HE wshen it should be SHE. But a good story none the less. Good thing it was a KU purchase reminicant of stories i've read befor. But truly a unique story. reading this book it is obvious she initially wrote in a thrird person point ov view then changed it. the errors/editing is extemely poorly edited. it is quite anoying when you read HE wshen it should be SHE. But a good story none the less. Good thing it was a KU purchase

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kim Barnes

    Typos The story line is as bit far fetched. But the typos are ridiculous. If the author has someone proof reading the story. They need to be fired. Being a writer selling books they should be worthy. I am done reading her books because all of her books have so many typos it takes away from the storyline.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Ann Burt

    Hot When I started reading this book when it came to the guys I was unsure if I wanted to actually read this story. I wasn't thrilled with what the guys do for a living. I'm glad I did take a chance and finished this book. I loved the characters and the sex scenes were explosive!!!! Give this story a chance!!!! Hot When I started reading this book when it came to the guys I was unsure if I wanted to actually read this story. I wasn't thrilled with what the guys do for a living. I'm glad I did take a chance and finished this book. I loved the characters and the sex scenes were explosive!!!! Give this story a chance!!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

    Typos were distracting While I usually enjoy books by this authors, this one missed the editing process. The typos were so numerous and obvious that they detracted from the overall story. What could have been good turned mediocre.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Erin Maples

    Meh The story wasnt terrible but there were so many switches back and forth between first and second person, often in the same sentence, that it took me out of the story. Even a mediocre proof reader would have caught that.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jillian Elliott

    Good idea, needs editing I loved the idea of this book, which is why I got it. Unfortunately, it needs editing. Switches between first and third person, sometimes in the same sentence, among other errors. DNF around 21%.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lizy

    Short, sweet, and stuffed with action. I loved the pacing & the plot!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Walker

    Poorly writen, not good. Again I am disappointed by this author, the spelling and Grammer errors makes it difficult to read and enjoy. Not worth it

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Leigh

    A good read I liked the storyline. The characters were different. However, there were editing errors throughout the book and the details were absent.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn Biro

  20. 4 out of 5

    ruby Barrera

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Marie

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Gardner

  23. 4 out of 5

    michele

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Andrea Saville

  25. 5 out of 5

    Samara Brockway

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Williams

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kat Mathe

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tammy L. Arnold

  29. 5 out of 5

    Darren

  30. 4 out of 5

    Debra Kilgore

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