Monkey Business

Monkey Business

MB is for Masters in Business

Which is what Kimmy, Russ, Jamie, and Layla are supposed to be studying for at the University of Connecticut. Jamie at least has serious academic intent. Well, until the first day of preterm when he develops a not-so-secret crush.

MB is for Marriage Bait

Layla's goal is perfection: perfect marks, perfect six-figure salary, perfect (I.e. rich, gorgeous, sexy) New York banker husband. . .candidate already identified as Bradley Green. The trouble is, seducing him could get her expelled.

MB is for Multiple Bed-hopping

Definitely Kimmy's favorite homework--starting with Jamie but moving swiftly on to Russ, until she discovers the small matter of his girlfriend back home. Hopefully Business Studies includes a minor in boyfriend embezzlement--a skill Kimmy will need if she's to keep hold of Russ.

MB is for Misbehaving Boyfriend

Russ didn't intend to be unfaithful--to either girlfriend! He never thought he'd find one woman who wanted him, let alone two. But since he can't even pick a major, how can he choose one true soul mate?

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  • Rachel

    I didn't like this book. It was hard to connect to and the characters are kind of horrible.-Kimmy: ridiculously insecure and feels the need to rely on man and her sexuality. -Russ: Seems like a good g...

  • Tina

    Ugh. This was a real stinker. The book was clearly written by a Canadian trying to write an American novel. The phrasing was off and aspects of the story were clearly not researched. I actually checke...

  • Cassandra Krenn

    Still doesn't compare to Milkrun (in my opinion). But I liked it a whole lot more than Fishbowl. It's funny. And when I read it, I felt like I could relate to the main character. I should read it agai...

  • Wendy

    I hated the first quarter of this, and didn't finish. I didn't like any of the characters, and an actual plot had yet to develop, so I put it down and shortly after I got rid of it....

  • Jason

    Yup! My favorite kind of business. After hedge-fund management and compliance officer.Can't wait to read this!...

  • Isabelle

    I read this book when I was about 12 because it was in the young adult section and my mother would just bring home a pile of books from the library..... and let me tell you this should not be read by ...

  • Stephanie

    I enjoyed this book. It was a light and easy read. Sometimes you just need to read a book without having to put alot of thought into it. It was written from four different POVs and the author did a go...

  • Elusive

    ‘Monkey Business’ is about four business students whose lives become intertwined. The book incorporates several themes such as love, friendship, unfaithfulness and self-discovery.The story is told...

  • Devon

    `MONKEY BUSINESS' is the second book by Sarah Mylnowski that I have read, the first being `AS SEEN ON TV', and while I didn't love `AS SEEN ON TV' I did really enjoy her writing style. Now her fourth ...

  • PepperP0t

    digital editionI read this for a challenge and confess I don't think I would have picked it up otherwise. It wasn't bad, it just didn't capture me. Four twenty-somethings are attending University of C...