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Crazy for the Boss (Crazy in Love) Kindle Edition
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Quinn and James have a love/hate style relationship initially after getting off on the wrong step but that quickly turns into a strong working relationship while emotions are still being kept under-wrap. Quinn is a hard working woman trying to make a career for herself in an area that means a lot to her for personal reasons, while, in contrast, James is seen as a playboy who enjoys life but in reality has a sensitive side that is clear from early on. Both characters are strong and independent but also show their more vulnerable sides and very real emotions and flaws, adding a realistic connection between the characters and readers. Using dual points of views allowed a good understanding of the simmering chemistry and the mutual growing feelings that develop at a slow to steady pace over a period of time to be seen between Quinn and James before things finally heat up after circumstances throw them together outside of work in a couple of steamy scenes.
Crazy for the Boss has a good flowing plot that is steadily paced but never feels as though it is being dragged out. The timing gave a good foundation to be given to the brewing relationship between the two characters rather than being full on and fast paced which could easily be done with a boss/employee romance. The personal issues faced by Quinn are handled sensitively with very real emotion by both characters, allowing the readers to truly empathise and understand. I personally loved the last scene before the epilogue as it felt like the book had come full circle to get to a HEA for the two. This can be read as a standalone as all things are tied up for Quinn and James with the epilogue and HEA ending.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this book.
*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.
Unfortunately this wasn't the book for me. I felt as though it took too long to get to a certain point in the book, it was a slow build relationship wise and I just felt it dragged on to long so I found it hard to connect to the characters.
A good thing though is that the author did deal with the depression side and explained it really well, I also loved the cover and i would defiantly read more from this author this book just wasn't for me.
The two main characters had great chemistry. It was a bit of a slow build and I think I would have liked a little bit more pace in the building of there relationship to keep me hooked. I thought the author dealt with the issue of depression very well and I liked how it just seemed to fit well with the plot.
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