It's Complicated (Her Billionaires #2)

It's Complicated (Her Billionaires #2)

by Julia Kent

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From New York Times and 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 a complete standalone novel, but it also includes Laura, Mike, Dylan, Josie, and Madge from the New York Times bestseller Her Billionaires as well as Darla, Trevor and Joe from the New York Times bestseller Random Acts of Crazy, with Alex and Josie at the center of it all.

Romantic Comedy meets new adult romance in this 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.

Check out all the books:
Her Billionaires (Book 1)
It's Complicated (Book 2)
Completely Complicated (Book 3)
It's Always Complicated (Book 4)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148532132
Publisher: Julia Kent
Publication date: 08/02/2013
Series: Her Billionaires Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 411
Sales rank: 56,380
File size: 408 KB

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Julia Kent turned to writing contemporary romance after deciding that life is too short not to have fun. She writes romantic comedy with an edge, and new adult books that push contemporary boundaries. From billionaires to BBWs to rock stars, Julia finds a sensual, goofy joy in every book she writes, but unlike Trevor from Random Acts of Crazy, she has never kissed a chicken.

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It's Complicated 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 76 reviews.
Abagail4122 More than 1 year ago
Julia Kent has done a great job on this book! I love how she seems to always make me laugh out loud.  This is a great story. I have loved all of her books so far and I can't wait for more to come. Julia has  become an author I look forward to reading. I am so glad I found her and her books! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was hysyerical. I could not put it down. How funny is it that the two main characters get together at the hospital the day the main characters best friend is giving birth to a baby that is not too sure who the father is because she is in a relationship betweentwo men who se nowlives with. Not to mention this book was 99 cents and over 1000 pages of fun and hilarity..
VladamirR More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. Julia Kent is a favorite author and definitely doesn't disappoint with this one. The book is an enjoyable read. It peels back the layers in a controled, easy-going pace. I enjoyed the characters and the story arch. A great book over all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First book that I bought that I don't care to finish. I thought I bought a romance novel and spent the first third of the book skimming through medical terms and informtion that was not needed. Felt like it was never....ever...going to get to the point of the main characters. I give 2 stars b\c I have never written a book and I am sure it's hard, but this was a chore to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have loved this series! Now Josie gets her own book! And we get to see what the other characters have been up too! You have to love a girl who finds a man at her best friends birthing. And not just any man but a hot doctor, that seems to have the hots for her. Seeing past Josie's defense mechanisms and into her character was the best part of this novel. In the two billionaire series she was the wise cracking friend, now she has depth and a past that shaped her into a strong tough survivor. As each brick of her defensive wall fell it was an inspiration for other survivors of verbal abuse and/or bad parenting. I was great full for the reality and real discussion of what families and patients with Alzheimer's deal with and struggle against. This topic was handled very compassionately. I hope Ms. Kent continues to build this Boston/Cambridge world full of fun and interesting characters. Very well written! *I was lucky to receive an ARC for a fair review.*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story is about 1000 pgs. This is part of a series so please dont start here. Please read in order. (Her first billionaire, her two billionaires, two billionaires and a baby, then random acts of crazy, then its complicated). You could skip radom acts, but the story is sooooo funny. This story is about Josie and her falling for the right guy and finding a way to over come her bad past in order to find love. Very good story and showing people that love comes in different forms and when you least expect it. KD aka Kristy D.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Julia Kent is a new favorite author of mine! I've loved this series and read them all straight through. Start with the "Her First Billionaire" series and just keep going! These characters are easy to love and hard to leave at the end. The books bring in familiar characters from previous stories, so you need to know everyone! Rumor has it that there is another book in the works and I can't wait.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the series, so I jumped into this book dispite some reviews. It was a great book, but there are many times it just goes into ramble thoughts that last five pages. I caught myself skimming through a lot of those pages, and I don't normally do that. The story line itself though was great.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down. A quirky interesting read about a friend of a three some and a handsome doctor thrown in for good measure.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Julia Kent has quickly become one of my favorite authors! She writes with love,humor, sex and compassion all in one. I love the way she has brought her characters together from several books. Looking forward to her next book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love how in this book you got more of the quirky, loving relationship of Dylan, Laura & Mike. To see how it all began for Dylan & Mike & now with Laura & their baby girl. It was also great to have Darla, Trevor & Joe make an appearance as well. But the best part of the book was the real passion of Josie & Alex, aka Dr. Perfect. They are both regular people that have had circumstances in their lives shape who they are. This book was funny at times, making me laugh out loud & VERY HOT at times. These characters felt real, like you could meet them at work, your neighborhood, or local coffee shop. I have read all of Julia Kent’s books. And I really enjoy reading her work. It’s Complicated is funny, sensual, & the characters feel real to you. You don’t have to read the Billionaire Series or Random Acts of Crazy before you read It’s Complicated. But you should. You will have a more in depth understanding of all the characters. I highly recommend Julia Kent’s books!!
bonjovi01 More than 1 year ago
It's Complicated did not disappoint! You should get it! It has the characters from the Billionaire series - Lauren, Mike, Dylan and of course Josie. Add to into the mix Alex who throws a monkey wrench into the mix, especially for Josie, who is normally sarcastic, witty and of course doesn't feel she is worthy of love and feels she is imperfect which makes Alex her "Dr. Perfect". This book is Josie and Alex's love story, it feels so real, as all of Julia Kent's characters do. Throughout this book I laughed out loud, especially at some of the scenes which involved Mike, Lauren and Dylan's baby. I cried when Josie struggled with her feelings which surface after the birth of Lauren's daughter, along with what she feels for Alex and her mother!  I received an ARC copy of this book and I am glad that I did, before reading "It's complicated I recommend that you read her Billionaire series. I enjoyed Julia Kent's Maliciously Obedient and Suspicously Obedient and immediately decided she was an author I would continue to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Josie, from the author's 'Billionaires' series, is the protagonist in 'It's Complicated'. She's funny, flawed, and smart, which are adjectives that can describe almost all of Ms. Kent's characters. And that's what I loved about this book. These 'feel' like real people you'd want to know. The focus of 'It's Complicated' is the relationship between Josie and Alex. And that story is both hot and, at times, hilarious. But it's also about how families make us who we are and how we can make the families we both need and deserve. FYI - I've also purchased the first two in the 'Billionaires' series and 'Random Acts of Crazy', but did not have an opportunity to read them prior to 'It's Complicated'. Even though you don't need to read the 'Billionaires' books and 'Random Acts' before  this book, I'd recommend it. **Note - I received 'It's Complicated' from the author as an Advanced Reader Copy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What could be simpler than a nurse and doctor falling in love? Well in this case it's complicated. While this book can be read as a stand alone novel, it is best read following the Her Two Billionaire's Series and Random Acts of Kindness. It's Complicated is the glue that pulls it all together. To make love a bit less complicated one must follow the following rules: 1. Start with a nurse determined to avoid commitments at all cost. 2. Add in a doctor head over heals for the nurse, and who doesn't know what to do about it. 3. Throw in two separate menage triads 4. Create chaos at work and changing careers Somehow it all comes together to create a beautiful love story. Julia Kent has the ability to take (somewhat) everyday people, put them in the strangest situations, and make us (the reader) fall in love with falling in love all over again. This is a long book, but well worth the time to read it. Grab your nook, get comfortable, you won't be able to put it down. I can't wait to read what happens next. Note: This review is based on an ARC provided by the Author for free for review purposes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It’s starts out promising. Then is ridiculous. They spend more time apart then together. I don’t think the build a strong enough relationship to get to the I love you stage. Was ok.
moohnshine More than 1 year ago
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
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Slow, drawn out, and boring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was very long. But it did keep me focused showing real life problems. I enjoyed the book and would like to know how all 3 females came out in the end. Z j R
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Is there a story or a plot of any kind in here? No character you can care about so I couldnt evenfinish this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A nice HEA with a bit of reality. This made it a good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Drawn out and overly written. This book sucked!
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