Wow, this is one of my favorite themes since I devoured Fifty Shades series by E.L. James. I havn’t read any books with this theme for months now and I miss it! I’m curious about your favorites, so please share it by leaving it on the comment below. I would like to add it to the post.
Please check out the other posts in this feature below if you haven’t yet and shere your favorites. I would like to add them.
My favorite TOP bollionaire/millionaire romance:
- Fifty Shades Series by E.L. James
- Crossfire Series by Sylvia Day
- Manwhore Series by Katy Evans
- Rock Chick Reawakening (Rock Chick Series 0.5) by Kristen Ashley
What are your favorites?
Renee of Addicted To Romance: Yes, Fifty Shades definitely started the hype around sexy billionaires right? Although I think the movies are better than the books is that bad? hehe Her writing just isn’t my favorite in the world especially in comparison with all the other books I have read in romance. But I love the others I have read on your list like Manwhore and Womanizer. But here is my list of my favorite billionaire and millionaire tropes that I love.
- A Royal Invitation by Nora Roberts
- A Perfect Storm by Lori Foster
- A Hunger Like No Other by Kresley Cole
- Beautiful Bastard by Christina Lauren
- Beauty and the Billionaire by Jessica Clare
- Bedding the Billionaire by Ruth Cardello
- Between The Devil and Desire by Lorraine Heath
- Beyond The Highland Mist by Karen Marie Moning
- Blue Eyed Devil by Lisa Kleypas
- Boss Man by Vi Keeland
- Dark Prince by Christine Feehan
- Devil’s Bride by Stephanie Laurens
- Down London Road by Samantha Young
- First Drop of Crimson by Jeaniene Frost
- Hero by Samantha Young
- How To Marry A Millionaire Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks
- King’s Captive by Amber Bardan
- Knight by Kristen Ashley
- Maid For The Billionaire by Ruth Cardello
- Manwhore by Katy Evans
- Marrying Winterborne by Lisa Kleypas
- Rock Hard by Nalini Singh
- Royally Screwed by Emma Chase
- Tempt Me At Twilight by Lisa Kleypas
- The Perfect Play by Jaci Burton
- The Panther and the Pearl by Doreen Owens Malek
- The Nymph King by Gena Showalter
- The Undead Next Door by Kerrelyn Sparks
- Wallbanger by Alice Clayton
- Where Dreams Begin by Lisa Kleypas
- Alpha by Jasinda Wilder
- Sugar Daddy by Lisa Kleypas
- Managed by Kristen Callihan
- Her Renegade Rancher by Jennifer Ryan
- Release Me by J. Kenner
- Dirty Money by Jessica Clare
- The Player by Kresley Cole
- Play by Kylie Scott
- King’s by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Mia of Mia The Book Addict: Here are some of my favorite billionaires and as always most of them are series.
- Wager of Hearts Series by Nancy Herkness
- Royally Series by Emma Chase
- Park Avenue Prince by Louise Bay
- King of Wall Street by Louise Bay
- Duke of Manhattan by Louise Bay
- Dirty Duet Series by Laurelin Paige
- The Club Series by Lauren Rowe
- The Andersons Series by Melody Anne
- Baby for the Billionaire Series by Melody Anne
- The Lost Andersons Series by Melody Anne
- Dirty Billionaire Series by Meghan March
- Call Series by Emma Hart
- Wild Series by Emma Hart
- The Fowler Sisters Series by Monica Murphy
- Marriage to a Billionaire Series by Jennifer Probst
- Billionaire Bachelors Club Series by Monica Murphy
- Harmony Series by Angela Graham
- Deborah Bladon – Almost all her books are billionaires romances and there are linked in someways and I enjoyed reading them all.
Sophia Rose of Delighted Reader: I don’t think I’ve read many in this category, but the ones I have read are on Renee’s list: both the Jessica Clare series.
Mallory of She Is Bookish: I love a good billionaire/millionaire series! The Crossfire series is also one of my favorites 🙂 I also really liked the Fixed series by Laruelin Paige, Vi Keeland’s Mr. Moneybags, and J. Kenner’s Stark trilogy.
Any thoughts on doing a “recommend me” on winter or holiday themed books sometime? ‘Tis the season and would love to hear what some of your faves are!
Jenea of Jenea’s Book Obsession: Addiction & Obsession (Addiction Duet #1 & #2) by Vivian Wood are really good ones. Beyond The Highland Mist by Karen Marie Moning was good too.