- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 391 KB
- Print Length: 192 pages
- Publisher: Mills & Boon Modern; 1 edition (1 Sept. 2011)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0068SP9UY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #395,131 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Boss's Virgin (Mills & Boon Modern) (9 to 5, Book 12) Kindle Edition
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Let's start with the fact that the hero (Randal) was hitting on and kissing Pippa while he was still married. Pippa leaves, gets a new job and gets engaged to another man. Then Randal starts stalking her. No other way to describe it. Everywhere she looks, there he is. I started to think a)how does this guy have so much time on his hands? and b)He's unstable.
I'll even just gloss over the fact that after Pippa's fiance caught Randal and Pippa in bed together, he sent Pippa downstairs (by herself) to confront the fiance on her own, and didn't come down until the fiance had left. (Coward)
Then Randal finally get's her into bed, but she tells him no. He continues to have sex with her anyway, even when she pleads with him to stop and even tells him that he's hurting her, and his response is that he's too far gone for him to stop and so proceeds to continue until completion. How is this okay?
A woman says no, tells a man to stop, tells him that he's hurting her and he continues anyway and this is romance?
From the stalking to the forced sex, there was absolutely nothing romantic about this book.
Randal Harding...Though Pippa refused to get involved with him when she worked for him as his secretary, she's never quite been able to forger her ex-boss.
Now Randal is back and is turning Pippa's Neatly arranged life upside down; he wants her! But Pippa can't let the barriers drop. She tells herself that all the things that were against them then still hold true now. However, Randal is determined to prove at least one thing--that Pippa wants him too.
WHERE DO I START? Let's start with Pippa, a woman who grew up in an orphanage and now cannot seem to take risks. She constantly runs away. When the going gets Tuff Pippa gets running.
Then there is Randal who when he first makes a pass at Pippa he is both her boss and he is Married. But what truly makes it hard is that although he proclaims his love early he will not take no for an answer. Even when they are about to have sex she says no, (although we are told her body is saying something else) he doesn't stop he begs.
The book revolves around Randal chasing and begging and Pippa promising she won't run and then as soon as his back is turned she bolts.
The whole book is resolved in the last two paragraphs. Hardly satisfying, with too many questions left unanswered.
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