Single Dad Boss
I’m a professional, and what I did just now was about as unprofessional as you can get.
I can’t help fantasizing about last night…
Those hands dismantled my defences one by one.
He knocked me off my feet and scooped me up in his arms.
One bulging bicep hooked under my knees.
The other arm strapped around my back.
But I wake up alone and sore in Malcolm Malloy’s luxury bedroom.
He doesn’t call or anything.
Is he planning on firing me this morning?
What could he possibly see in me? He’s my boss, after all.
He had his way with me, all right. He had me every which way, all night long.
He’s a stud, a master. He owns me, body and soul.
He has me, and now I want him to follow his monster craving to its limit.
In this book Abbie, experienced nanny to the rich, gets a new job looking after a troubled teen named Trina. Trina does not do anything but sit and play on her phone with headphones in her ears all day. She does not communicate or speak to anyone. Abbie is confused as to why she needs to watch her. Trina’s dad Malcolm is hot and moves on Abbie quickly. She is blindsided by the man and trouble by his daughter. Can Abbie help breakdown Trina’s walls? Can her heart survive Malcolm?
This book was an extremely quick read. As I like to call a quickie. The sex is hot, but I felt the story fell short. I felt that it was rushed. It had such potential for the story she had going on with Trina and her problems. I really wish the author would have explored that more. I loved the characters. The story between the three could have been an amazing journey, if they would have been developed more. I just felt as though there was half a story missing. Abbie and Malcolm are explosive and it kept the book interesting. The scenes between them were exciting and hot.
Overall the book is a good quick read. It is enjoyable and a fun read. I look forward to seeing what else the author has in her. If you are looking for a quick read in the hot erotica nature, then this book is for you.
*ARC provided by Cassandra Bloom
I give this book 3 stars
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