Review: The Rich Boy by Kylie Scott

The Rich Boy

The Rich Boy by Kylie Scott

I’m the type of girl who’s given up on fairy tales. So when Beck – the hot new busboy at work – starts flirting with me, I know better than to get my hopes up. Happily ever afters aren’t for the average. I learned that the hard way.

But how can I be expected to resist a man who can quote Austen, loves making me laugh, and seems to be everything hot and good in this world?

Only there’s so much more to him than that.
Billionaire playboy? Check.
Troubled soul? Check.
The owner of my heart, the man I’ve moved halfway across the country to be with, who’s laying the world at my feet in order to convince me to never leave? Check. Check. Check.

But nobody does complicated like the one percent.

This is not your everyday rags-to-riches, knight-in-shining armor whisking the poor girl off her feet kind of story. No, this is much messier.

Review:

5 Rich Boy Stars

The Rich Boy is Kylie Scott’s newest stand-alone novel and has a series Cinderella vibes, it was just the right read for me. I adored both Beck and Alice.

Alice is working in a bar where her boss is sexist and makes her life a living hell. A new busboy starts and the flirt factor is high. They end becoming fast friends or maybe a little more. But Beck has a big secret and it all comes to a head pretty quickly when he is called home due to the death of his father.

“There are going to be people who don’t like me. And there are certainly going to be people who don’t like us together. But the thing is, they don’t matter. It’s up to you and me to decide what’s best for us.”

I couldn’t help but love Beck throughout this book and Alice was also very likeable. Although this was a slow build it was so well done and I wouldn’t expect anything less from Kylie Scott at this stage of the game! I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend reading it.

50Shadeofelle

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