18241740It’s Complicated

(Her Billionaires #2)

by Julia Kent (Goodreads Author)
 3.83  ·   Rating details ·  2,153 Ratings  ·  146 Reviews

WARNING: This book does NOT end in a cliffhanger. It is NOT too short (450 pages). It has a Happily Ever After ending. No secret billionaires or naked rock stars.

And no one kisses a chicken. Pinky promise.

From USA Today Bestselling Author Julia Kent:

Hot make-out session? Check. With the dreamy obstetrician? Check. While her best friend is in labor? Um…

It’s Complicated.

Josie Mendham never meant to have her own (radically different) set of gasps and moans a few doors down from where her best friend, Laura, was giving birth. And stealing away with the obstetrician who was consulting on Laura’s case certainly wasn’t part of any birth plan.

When Dr. Alex Derjian watched the foursome enter the labor ward he did a doubletake: two dads? That defied biology as he knew it. Even more intriguing was the woman with the birthing mother and the fathers: Josie, the nurse he’d been watching from afar for months. One elevator kiss led to an on-call room soiree and soon he was breaking every romantic rule in his playbook.

Finding his way into her pants wouldn’t be hard.

But into her heart? That would be a challenge.

It’s Complicated is the much-awaited novel that combines the stories of Laura, Mike, Dylan, Josie, and Madge from the Her Two Billionaires series with Darla, Trevor and Joe from the USA Today Bestseller Random Acts of Crazy, with Alex and Josie at the center of it all.

Romantic Comedy meets New Adult romance in this 130,000 word/450 page novel that asks whether people can get out of their own way and learn that love isn’t easy…but it’s always worth it.

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This was a great read.  Such a sweet story with a kick ass kinky twist.  That is correct people.  This book is no PG-13 love story.  It is a very unique spin on romance.

In this story Josie is Laura’s support for her upcoming delivery of her new baby.  At the hospital Josie meets an incredible Dr named Alex.  And boy does he really put the moves on her.  What Alex can’t figure out is how Laura has two baby daddies there for the birth.  Not just there for the birth, but seem to be very involved with Laura.  hmmm?

Josie has a very low self-esteem and she does not do relationships due to this.  Alex and Josie have a really rough time not pissing each other off.  Will these two get it together?  Will they ever find that happily ever after?

This book is very interesting.  I love the whole twist on the romance.  The characters are so funny and are complete smartasses.  They have lots of spunk, making them highly entertaining.  Laura cracks me up with her crazy ways.  One of my favorite parts is when Josie walks into the room to visit  and Laura is bent over baby Jillian with the baby’s foot in her mouth.  Josie states “Ummm…hi?  The hospital food isn’t good here, I guess?  Did motherhood turn you into a cannibal?”  Too funny.  Not to mention the most said phrase in the book is the title “It’s Complicated!” 

This book is a light-hearted read with some very steamy sex in some interesting places.  Nothing better than a little danger of getting caught, right?!  Throw in some hunks and you got yourself one heck of a romantic book.

*ARC provided by Julia Kent 




Julia KentNew York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julia Kent writes romantic comedy with an edge. Since 2013, she has sold more than 1.5 million books, with 4 New York Times bestsellers and more than 16 appearances on the USA Today bestseller list. Her books have been translated into French and German, with more titles releasing in 2017.

From billionaires to BBWs to new adult rock stars, Julia finds a sensual, goofy joy in every contemporary romance she writes. Unlike Shannon from Shopping for a Billionaire, she did not meet her husband after dropping her phone in a men’s room toilet (and he isn’t a billionaire).

She lives in New England with her husband and three sons in a household where the toilet seat is never, ever, down.

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