This concept of the boss falling for his secretary has been done before, but nobody does it like Adrienne Byrd. You can always count on her to deliver a romance packed with a powerful combination of sexual tension, witty bantering, and a fresh storyline. Marcel is your typical "casanova". He's got the face, the body, and the charm to be inducted into the "Fine as Hell" Hall of Fame. But he's also smart and wealthy. Three weapons a woman is powerless against. Yet, he's also considerate of others and he shows Diane the type of passion she only dreams about in her fantasies. Once I picked this book up, it was hard to put down. I read it in one day. There were some other elements I really liked about this book. I enjoyed how Ms. Byrd ties in the Cinderella theme when Diane has to have the limo back by Midnight and she loses her high heel. A modern twist on a classic fairy tale. I also love how two romances are weaved into the book with the character of Solomon telling Ophelia how the romance between Marcel and Diane began. It was kind of like the Princess Bride, where the movie goes back forth between the grandfather reading to his sick grandson about the lovestory of Westley and Princess Buttercup. That was really the only reason I gave this 4 stars - because for me, there was no happy ending for Solomon - unless Ms. Bryd plans a sequel (hint, hint). Lastly, I have to point out the author's incredible ability with words and descriptions. I love how she describes emotions. In one instance, she doesn't just say that Diane's heart beat fast. She says, the inside of her chest was like a carnival...bumper cars slamming into her heart. With romance that has been done the same way time and time again, Ms. Byrd always find a way to put her signature stamp on it!