How much money does it take to buy a broken heart?
There are three things I hate: rich people, boys, and Kai Rush. Kai happens to be all three.
He and his dad have all the money in the world from the game app they created, and what do they do with it? They buy private helicopters and flaunt their brand new Teslas.
Never mind that people like my mom and I work multiple jobs just to keep our crappy apartment and pay for back medical bills because my dad ran scared and left us alone.
So when my mom tells me we have a new cleaning job at the Rush’s before school, I’m peeved.
When he starts texting me, I’m floored.
Fit billionaires like him and plus-sized scholarship kids like me barely belong at Emerson Academy together, much less in the same message thread.
How can I get him to see I’m not the catch he thinks I am?
More importantly, how can I get my heart to stay on the same page?
Continue reading in The Curvy Girl Club with Curvy Girls Can’t Date Billionaires. Jordan’s fiery personality and Kai’s even-keeled persistence will have you feeling all the feels. Get ready for an enemies to lovers billionaire romance that turns all expectations upside down in one incredible read.
I really really enjoyed this book! It had lots of great views on socioeconomic circumstances that I was happy was represented. As well, it was just a really cute YA romance that I’d be more than happy to read again. This is the second book in The Curvy Girl Club series, but it can be read as a standalone. I think I liked this book more than the first one, although they were both plenty enjoyable.
I liked getting to know Jordan a little bit better in this book. Her home life was a little more complicated and, while the issues of body image were still discussed, this one focused a bit more on perception and economic standing. It was nice to see how Jordan was perceived based on her circumstances, but also how Jordan perceived others based on the same thing. While others were in the wrong many times, Jordan was sometimes too. It was nice to see the author represent a flawed character. It helped me to see that we all have things we need to work on and that we all need to be kind and more open-minded towards everyone.
On a lighter note, I really enjoyed the romance between Kai and Jordan. It was sweet, fairly innocent, and just heartbreaking enough to bring tears to my eyes. It made me dream of falling in love with a man that would whisk me away on a private jet to some amazing city just for a date (Hey, it could happen ;))
Overall, this was another great book in The Curvy Girl Club series. It had heartbreak, hardship, and hope to inspire anyone. I can’t wait for book three where we get to learn more about Ginger.
Disclaimer: I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.