- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1484 KB
- Print Length: 68 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing (3 Aug. 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01JD9XTX8
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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But one night when she goes to drop off the work she’s done that his secretary pass off as her own things change.
He doesn’t want a tall, skinny woman and when he finally get the opportunity to make the beautiful Jolie his, he wasn’t no time doing just that.
Knowing that this book started as a simple few line teasers by Doris O’Connor and she was able to turn it into a book shows the kind of talent she has, and what a great author she is.
Doris O'Connor. Just seeing her name gives me one of those Squee moments where my inner Snoopy wants to come out and dance. Anyone that knows me knows that I am a huge fan of her books. She writes the most delicious Doms and sassy subs out there, and I know that when I start one of her books, I'm not putting it down until I see "The End", which is always a bummer.
Needless to say, I had one of my moments when this book hit the stands, I ran right over and bought it. And of course, I'm supremely happy I did, because I absolutely loved it!
Jolie Pierson has a huge crush on her boss, Richard Tomlin. But Jolie figures that he's way out of her league. She sees him in gossip magazines with tall, lean, women that don't resemble her short, curvy stature.
She is working late one night late, again, when she takes a pile of files into Mr Tomlins office with a note from her tall, blonde and leggy, supervisor. (who reminds her continually that Richard would never go for someone like her.) There is a note attached to the file. The supervisor is trying to take credit for Jolie's work. But Richard is still in his office, and sees the note. He finally lets his secretary in on how he's been feeling about her.
And let the kink and romance commence! This book is hot! Like way up in the hot pepper scovilles hot! I'd say torrid!!
Disclosure: courtesy copy from the publisher/author for an honest review.
Jolie is a dedicated and hardworking woman. When she accidentally sends an email, meant for her best friend, to her boss, everything changes.
She had been drooling over her boss for a long time. So was every other woman in her office. What she never considered was that he could be attracted to her, too.
Jolie and Richard have a “singe the sheets” kind of chemistry that just gets hotter with the turn of a page. Jolie’s character is very relatable. She’s normal looking, not tall and skinny like her co-worker, who loves to flaunt that fact. It was easy to get caught in the romance of the story (as well as the sexual chemistry) and swept up to the last pages.
The one thing was that this book was too short. I wanted just one more page, one more chapter, okay lots more chapters. I could have stayed with Jolie and Richard well beyond the last page. It’s a simple trope, been done many times, but the characters held their own and I wanted to see where the author would take their relationship. How would it evolve? Would it last?
This is a quick read but one that will have me reaching for another book by Ms. O’Connor real soon.
originally posted at long and short reviews