Friday, June 20, 2014



New York Times bestselling author Monica Murphy wraps up her sexy Billionaire Bachelors Club series with a wedding to remember. But this time, they’re not bachelors anymore, and the groom … is one of them.

It’s Gage and Marina’s wedding day, but wedded bliss seems a long way off: Ivy’s just gone into labor. Marina’s missing her matron of honor. And Bryn’s giving Matt the silent treatment.

It’s up to Archer, Gage, and Matt to make sure this day goes off without a hitch. But between brides and babies, there’s the not-so-little issue of the million-dollar bet to attend to. If only they can figure out who won … and who’s paying up. Is everyone a winner? Or will someone leave broke—and brokenhearted? 


I was a huge fan of the Billionaire Bachelors Club Series by Monica Murphy.  When I finished reading Savor, I was definitely left wanting more.  I felt as though I was left hanging.  There was so much more story to be told with all of the characters.  So when Monica announced that she was going to be publishing Intoxicated, I actually squealed.  I was over the moon excited.  I didn't want this journey to end with these characters.

Archer, Gage and Matt are great, not to mention the girls are hysterical.  It took 3 strong women to tame these promiscuous men.  Who would have thought that after one bet for a million dollars at a friend's wedding in Crave, all of their lives would be literally turned upside town in a matter of a year.

Intoxicated will give you a glimpse and I mean glimpse into what is going on with all of the couples.  We got to find out the sex of Archer and Ivy's baby, we got to experience Gage and Marina's wedding and last but not least, we got to see what the future may or may not hold for Matt and Bryn.  

I have to be honest with you, this was a FAST & EASY read.  I completed it in one sitting, in a matter of a few hours.  I was left wanting more once again.  I feel as though there is still so much more that we can experience with all of these characters but I understand that it is time for Monica to put this group to rest and more on to new projects.

I wish this series were actually full length novels rather than novellas.  The story lines are that interesting and so are the characters.  There is nothing like 3 cocky men that all set out to live the life of a single man, then without ever seeing it coming, they are falling for the loves of their lives.  

Great job Monica, you never disappoint.  I am a HUGE fan of yours and I will continue to ONE click every novel that you publish !!!

This review was prepared by Heather.
I received an ARC in exchange for an HONEST review.


“Get it out! Oh my God.” I let my head fall back against the pillows. My entire body aches, especially my back. My water broke about twenty minutes ago and the nurse said I’m transitioning, whatever the hell that means. I can’t pay attention; that’s Archer’s job. I’m too busy birthing his baby.
“Babe. You need to calm down. Reserve your energy.” He’s right by my side, smoothing my hair away from my forehead, offering me water or ice chips from a little paper cup the nurse brought by earlier. What I’d really like is a sandwich but they’re not giving me anything to eat until after the baby comes.
Ugh. I’m starving.
Shivers moves through me to the point where I can’t seem to stop shaking, and I have no idea what’s wrong with me. “Y-you’re r-right,” I say through chattering teeth. Archer slips his arm around my shoulders and I lean against him, my forehead pressing into his jaw as he comforts me. He’s been sitting on the edge of the hospital bed since we arrived, always with an encouraging word or a kiss on the forehead.
I really, really love this man. And I would really, really love to have this baby. Now.
“You cold?” He rubs my shoulder and tugs me even closer which makes me wince. I don’t want to protest since I love nothing more than being in my husband’s arms but I am incredibly uncomfortable. In pain. I feel like I’m about to drop a two ton brick from my vagina—not that I would ever repeat that to Archer—and I’m tired. I didn’t sleep well last night and now I think I know why.
I was in labor. Duh.
“No.” I shake my head, my teeth chattering so bad I clamp them shut and try to get myself under control. “I’m actually pretty hot.”
“Yeah you are,” he murmurs with a soft laugh. I laugh too because he’s always saying things like that.
“Considering that I feel the farthest thing from hot and sexy, I appreciate the compliment,” I say as the door opens and we both glance toward it.
A nurse comes in, a pleasant smile on her face. She takes one look at me and the smile fades as she rushes toward the bed. “Ooh, I think we should check you.”
“Why?” Archer asks as he stands. Worry radiates off him and I love that he’s always my knight, standing up for me no matter what. “Is she okay?”


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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Monica Murphy is a native Californian who lives in the foothills below Yosemite. A wife and mother of three, she writes New Adult and contemporary romance for Bantam and Avon. She is the author of One Week Girlfriend and Second Chance Boyfriend.


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