After returning from her destination wedding, Jillian prepares to defend herself, and her best-selling book, against her husband's vengeful ex-girlfriend. Seductions, lies, embarrassment and witness tampering are just some of the surprises in the wacky trial. When Jillian's son Rob disappears, his unstable boss or his new girlfriend might be to blame and her husband, Brian, sets out to solve the mystery.
As Jillian's best friend Victoria goes into labor, the baby's father, the much-younger man she turned away for his own good, returns to town for the event. When Jim brings his girlfriend along with him, the love triangle suddenly gets even more complicated.
Containing summaries of all three earlier books, Friends With Extra Benefits is also a great place to join the series. Come to know this wild, fun and amazing group of characters who share far too much with one another and where no dare, practical joke or topic of conversation is off-limits.
Hilarious and sexy romantic comedies from a man's perspective.
With over 1,500,000 downloads and sales of 235,000 copies, Luke Young is a Kindle and iBookstore best-seller.
Luke's Friends With Benefits series has garnered more than 3000 5-Star reviews (between Amazon, Goodreads and the iBookstore). Friends With Partial Benefits is the first book in the series and it's permanently free! Find out what the hell "Partial Benefits" really are and be introduced to Jillian, Victoria, Brian and Rob. Inside you'll come to know this wild, fun and amazing group of characters who share far too much with one another and where no dare, practical joke or topic of conversation is off-limits.
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Luke is also the author of the series prequel, Friends Wanting Benefits and several stand alone comedies including Chances Aren't, Chocolate Covered Billionaire Navy SEAL, Shrinkage and a hilarious parody of Gone Girl titled, So Far Gone, Girl.
Don't miss the short film adapted from the first novel in Luke's Friends With Benefits series. The link can be found on this page.
Luke also writes "spicier" books under the pen name Ian Dalton. If you like your sexy comedy heavy on the sexy, be sure to check out Dalton's Victoria Wilde series. For more information on how Ian Dalton's Victoria Wilde series relates to the Friends With Benefits series please see the "Who Is Ian Dalton" area of his website. http://lukeyoungbooks.com/who-is-ian-dalton/
"This book hooked me from the start. Not only is it funny, hot and a great read, but it's funny, hot and a great read. Why aren't you reading it yet?!..." - Tara Sivec - best-selling author Seduction and Snacks
"When you purchase this book, make sure you are well rested! You will not want to put it down and will be giggling long into the night!..."- Angela McLaurin - The Indie Bookshelf
"Damn Mr. Young, you're funny, really funny, laugh out loud funny and you write the sexy times with skills. Well done mister..." - Scandal - Scandalicious Book Reviews
"I love funny romances, and I had a great time reading this one. It was a perfect break from the overly intense YAs, and the overly hot billionaire alphas..." - Ana - Ana's Attic Book Blog
Jillian Grayson is a disillusioned divorcée and best-selling romance novelist who suddenly can't write a chapter without her hunky male heartthrob suffering ED, an STD, or even worse. Brian Nash is a tennis-obsessed college senior who's unlucky in love and the roommate and best friend of Jillian's son, Rob. When Rob brings Brian home for Spring Break, and Brian meets the surprisingly young and tennis passionate Jillian, their shared interest quickly develops into an intense mutual attraction. After nearly giving in to their feelings, they hatch a plan, while under the influence (of something more than just the perfect Miami night), to be Friends With Partial Benefits, complete with rules to define the boundaries. Will the lonely pair continue with this distinctive relationship, actually explore their desires, or discover all of it is a really bad idea?
**This book contains explicit language, sexual content, slightly inappropriate humor and is recommended for mature audiences who like that sorta thing!
When two very different couples, one who's just getting started and one who's apparently just getting finished… meet on a cruise, the better halves become fast friends. While Victoria Wilde is sexually adventurous and getting back on track in her quest of living life to the fullest, Jillian Grayson is reserved and struggling to hold on to a nearly twenty-year marriage that's hanging on by a thread.
But when Victoria offers Jillian advice on how to get the spark back between the sheets… things don't exactly go as planned. With a misunderstanding of international significance, all hell breaks loose in paradise. Can Victoria repair the damage that has been done? Will she truly help Jillian save her marriage? Find out in Friends Wanting Benefits - a stand alone prequel to the Friends With Benefits series.
When newlyweds Jim and Victoria return from their Vegas wedding, Victoria dives full swing back into her sex therapy practice. With the addition of a new, let's call him, unique client, along with a couple of old surprise visitors, there is never a dull moment in the naughty professional's home office.
While Brian and Jillian are in full expectant parent mode, and with twins no less, Jillian's movie opens to great success. Just when the famous author thinks she's gotten Amanda Joseph out of her, and more importantly her husband's hair, the A-list actress returns and in a big way. With the continuation of Jillian's series of novels heading to the small screen, she's looking forward to the promise of a huge financial windfall, but will the price tag be too much to bear.
Will Jim and Victoria survive her new clients? Will Brian and Jillian have boys or girls or one of each? And will Jillian's movie's box office triumph be the end of her career or her marriage or both. Find out in Friends With Multiple Benefits.
Featuring expanded Ian Dalton scenes, this book is also the continuation of the steamier Victoria Wilde version of the series. The optional "Ian" scenes are easily skipable by readers who prefer the Luke Young variety.
What readers are saying...
"This book hooked me from the start. Not only is it funny, hot and a great read... it's funny, hot and a great read." Tara Sivec - USA Today best-selling author of Seduction and Snacks
"When you purchase this book, make sure you're well rested! You won't want to put it down and will be giggling long into the night!"; Angela McLaurin - The Indie Bookshelf
"Damn Mr. Young, you're funny. Really funny. Laugh-out-loud funny. And you write about sexy time with skill. Well done, mister."; Scandal - Scandalicious Book Reviews
"I love funny romances and had a great time reading this one. It was a perfect break from the overly intense YAs and the overly hot billionaire alphas."; Ana - Ana's Attic Book Blog
This story contains content some readers may find objectionable, including explicit sex and language.
If this Husband-of-the-Year is truly responsible, did he act in self-defense or did one too many bizarre quiz questions or inane treasure hunt clues finally push him over the edge? Whether Winnie is missing, dead or just hiding out, the only thing that's certain is she's so far gone that it's not even funny— except that it is.
A parody of, Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn's acclaimed and runaway bestselling masterpiece, So Far Gone, Girl, will leave you doubled over with laughter, gasping for breath and checking to see if your own ottoman can really balance on its side like that.
What readers are saying...
"... there are some great one-liners... And that ending was great. I think it's the ending a lot of us hoped for, but didn't get, in GONE GIRL" - Nenia Campbell (The Armchair Librarian)
"... kept me glued to the pages in elated hilarity. From the first line, I was cracking up, and that didn't relent almost the entire time." - Hayden Casey (The Teen Bookworm)
"... I started laughing the first page and never stopped. I've read the original and let me tell you, while I was shocked and couldn't stop reading about that crazy wife and the insane thing she did, nothing compares to Luke Young's version. I really enjoyed this story. A great read!"
...but there are probably like three good-looking billionaires on the planet. Generally speaking billionaires look a lot more like Bill Gates and Warren Buffet than Channing Tatum. Don't get me wrong, Bill and Warren are great guys, but no one is breaking out into a sweat thinking about either one of them. Now there aren't all that many Navy SEALs floating around either and the ones that are available are generally so busy being, well, Navy SEALs, that you'd be hard pressed to find one with some free time to date.
If you chuckled at the above and enjoy a little sex related humor, this short parody of all the billionaire and Navy SEAL romance novels may just be for you. If you didn't at least giggle and don't enjoy that type of humor, you probably should keep looking for your next read.
With that out of the way now on to the real book description...
Heir to a chocolate empire, Brock Fullman joins the elite Navy SEAL team in order to avenge the death of his high school sweetheart. With his billionaire family one bad day in the stock market away from the dreaded "Mm Mm Mm..." word (Yes Millionaire... he's the only family member who can actually say it), he's torn between the woman he must marry to guarantee his family's future and the new woman he secretly loves. Out for revenge, will he destroy the company, his family, himself and all those around him in the process?
Chocolate Covered Billionaire Navy SEAL is a short story (approximately 18,000 words) and falls somewhere in genre between a romantic comedy and contemporary romance parody.
The "SEALionaire" is sometimes off-the-wall absurd, sometimes steamy, but always funny. It contains explicit language, sexual content, features a hot, rich, let's call him unique, military man, a bitch we love to hate, lots of chocolate (some might argue too much) and a handful of not so bright terrorists. It's intended for mature audiences and a complete work with none of those pesky cliffhangers!