Tag: Boss-Employee

Before I Ever Met You by Karina Halle

Before I Ever Met You by Karina Halle

Before I Ever Met You is a forbidden romance on more than one level. Let me just roll off a few of the hurdles Will has to clear to reach his Dream Girl: He is good friends with her father He works for her father She works at her father’s… Read more »

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Out of Love by R.C. Boldt

Out of Love by R.C. Boldt

A security agency made of nothing but ex-military personnel is sure to be a tough environment. Unless you give as good as you get, and that’s exactly how Noelle keeps the office in tip-top shape. Foster, the agency owner and Noelle’s boss, is a hunky alpha ex Navy Seal. Since… Read more »

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Fling by Jana Aston

Fling by Jana Aston

Ms. Aston’s style just does it for me. I find her books funny, witty, sexy and refreshing. The silly jokes and weird ass characters are what I love most. Sandra has been in puppy-teen-love from afar with her boss’s best friend, who happens to be the second in command in… Read more »

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Bossman by Vi Keeland

Bossman by Vi Keeland

Holy dirty bosses, Batman! Bossman is one fantastic sexy story you want to experience firsthand. But if you need convincing, let me show you: “I see nothing but good things happening at work in the future.” “Is that so?” “It is. The first night we get back to the office,… Read more »

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I’ll be There by Samantha Chase

I’ll be There by Samantha Chase

This is book number 6 in a series about a family. While it can be completely read as a standalone I believe it would be nice to know the story behind all the other couples before jumping into this one, especially because the setting up for this story seems to… Read more »

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Recipe for Temptation by Gina Gordon

Recipe for Temptation by Gina Gordon

  This book was entertaining and hot… Yep, that’s it. I didn’t care particularly for the h, Penn, mainly because she was a doormat with her family. She is supposed to be this brass and strong woman, but fearing her family wouldn’t accept her new “self” whenever she was in… Read more »

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