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. (For adult readers)
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?
Praise for Monkey Business
"Mlynowski, author of Fishbowl, returns with another delightful tale about an unlikely group of friends…Mlynowski’s fourth novel [is] fresh and riveting." —Booklist
"This is a sexy and funny college story that I’m sure many have experienced." —Romance Reviews Today
"Monkey Business moves quickly…as the four protagonists take turns narrating their stories in impressively distinct voices." —The Romance Reader
"Warning: do not attempt to read Monkey Business while drinking. Sarah Mlynowski's hilarious writing had me snorting tea all over my new unvarnished oak dining-table." —internationally bestselling author Chris Manby
"You will get to know these characters as well as (or better than) your own friends…I did not find anything in this book I didn’t like. It was thoroughly enjoyable, endearing and will keep you turning pages until the end." —Chicklitbooks.com