Miss Understanding by Aubrey Bondurant
Series: Miss #1
Also in this series: Miss Typed
Published by Self-published on December 17, 2019
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Liam Davenport is the most infuriating man I’ve ever known – and he’s my boss.
Worse, he’s undeniably sexy. At least until I’m subject to one of his trademark sighs of disapproval. I’m counting the days until I can walk away from this job. But first, I need to survive the trip from hell he’s dragged me on. One entire week with his arrogant smile and my unexpected naughty thoughts.
I might get fired. He just might be worth it.
Kendall Tate is the most distracting woman I’ve ever met – and she’s my assistant.
She’s irritatingly clever, and much too nice for the likes of me. I need to remain professional, even if the smell of her strawberry lip gloss is my kryptonite. No matter how much I want her, Kendall is off limits.
Growing closer to her might be a mistake. I might just take the risk.
Full Length Standalone book with no cliffhanger. First book of the “Miss Series”.
***Miss Understanding is for mature audiences due to steamy bedroom scenes that are in no way contained to just the bedroom.***
Holy dickhead bosses, Batman!
If you love office/boss-employee romances as much as I do, Miss Understanding is a fabulous book to add to your favorites reads.
Liam Davenport is the epitome of an asshole boss. He is cold, demanding, dismissive, and limits eye-contact to 0.1%. If I were his assistant my list of ways for him to suffer would be a whole lot more deadly than Kendall’s was. The “Miss Understanding” title is not for nothing, people.
Although unbelievably hot and extremely attractive -physically- Liam has the emotional availability of a snowflake. His sole focus is work and reaching his hard-set goals, and absolutely nothing and no-one will ever get in the way. Cue in family drama he can’t really ignore and his carefully controlled life gets turned upside-down. The fact that he’s somehow forced himself into a week of close proximity with her completely off-limits but too sexy assistant is just the cherry on top.
I was seriously in awe of Kendall; I think I would have lost my shit and bitch-slapped Liam on more than one occasion. The fact that she could be so caring and understanding while still asserting herself and not letting him walk all over her was absolutely amazing. The sass this girl could throw was epic.
Of course, once Liam starts to thaw and their attraction is unleashed, their chemistry is off the charts hot and their time together had my heart pounding out of my chest.
There was lots of personal growth in this story from both Kendall and Liam which I loved. The banter, their connection, and the way I was totally invested made Miss Understanding one hell of an amazing read.
Rating: 4.5 “I don’t think he could have put his foot in his mouth any farther” Stars
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