Shae Sullivan’s Falling for the Australian Billionaires reads strongly similar to the Scottish Billionaires and the Bookaholic. The only difference is it’s set in Australia, and the billionaires don’t live in a castle. However, I liked this one better than the Scottish Billionaires. Maybe because the book is set up in one of my favorite places in the world (LOL).
Let’s Talk About These Australian Billionaires
Billionaire best friends Charlie and Oliver run Viscero, an app development company in Sydney, Australia. While they have booming career lives, their love lives barely exist. They’re looking for the one girl they can both love and cherish forever.
Meanwhile, Calla is not having the best time of her life in New York City. She was fired from her marketing assisting job, and her boyfriend Dante has cheated on her. Her brother Jamie invites her to spend some time with him down in Australia. Calla takes the opportunity to escape the NYC madness.
Jamie happens to work in Viscero. Sparks fly when he introduces Calla to his super sexy Australian bosses. Now, Calla has a dilemma. Should she begin in a new life in Australia with Oliver and Charlie or try to pick up the pieces of her old life back in New York City? She has a month to decide.
Final Verdict: “Okay”
If you had to choose between the Scottish Billionaires or the Australian Billionaires as your first read from Sullivan, I’d recommend the latter.
I appreciate the author giving Calla a month before she decides to spend happily ever after with her wealthy lovers. Plus, I love how humble Oliver and Charlie are about their wealth. They don’t show it off to impress their American girlfriend. I barely remember the Scottish billionaires’ professions (being hot IDK).
Falling for the Australian Billionaires is a decent MFM novel. I liked the story, the characters, and I stood by Calla’s decision. Realistically, getting the chance to date, not just one, but two billionaires within a month in a foreign country is rare. But who cares? This is fantasy; it’s what makes this book enjoyable.
If you’re curious about Sullivan’s other works, check out:
- Dirty Player
- The Ranchers Next Door
- Rescued by Her Mountain Men (Crooked Creek Montana #1)
- Stolen by Her Mountain Men
- Wanted: Fake Boyfriend (Click for Love #1)
Want more reviews like this? Read:
- “Her Billionaire Professor” by Sophie Summers (review)
- “House of Dark Delights” by Louisa Burton (review)
- “Mona Lisa Awakening” by Sunny (review)
- “Prime Minister” by Ainsley Booth and Sadie Haller (review)
- “The Scottish Billionaires and the Bookaholic” by Shae Sullivan (review)
- “Shared by the Lumberjacks” by Eddie Cleveland (review)