I keep my two worlds separate.
At work, I’m King of Wall Street. The heaviest hitters in Manhattan come to me to make money. They do whatever I say because I’m always right. I’m shrewd. Exacting. Some say ruthless.
At home, I’m a single dad trying to keep his fourteen year old daughter a kid for as long as possible. If my daughter does what I say, somewhere there’s a snowball surviving in hell. And nothing I say is ever right.
When Harper Jayne starts as a junior researcher at my firm, the barriers between my worlds begin to dissolve. She’s the most infuriating woman I’ve ever worked with.
I don’t like the way she bends over the photocopier—it makes my mouth water.
I hate the way she’s so eager to do a good job—it makes my dick twitch.
And I can’t stand the way she wears her hair up exposing her long neck. It makes me want to strip her naked, bend her over my desk and trail my tongue all over her body.
If my two worlds are going to collide, Harper Jayne will have to learn that I don’t just rule the boardroom. I’m in charge of the bedroom, too.
I liked this book. It’s a quick romantic read.
Max King is a hard baller. He’s made a success of his company all on his own. Huge corporations go to him to make them richer and he’s made a name for himself in the industry. When Harper Jayne starts as a junior researcher for his firm, all hell breaks loose.
Max always prided himself on keeping his personal and business life as separate as night and oaks perfectly for him until Harper. She affects him like no other. Denial has not helped their attraction and things progresses. Harper gets entrenched not only within Max’s sex life but also his family life. Their chemistry was pretty hot and they singe the bed every single time 😉
I love that we get to see the different sides to Max as well as the fact that Harper is such a feisty woman. She doesn’t compromise on any of her principles and stands for what she believes. She also fights for what she wants.
Conflicts of interest arise in the story that offer a certain twist towards the end. Some scenes were humorous, which I really liked.
All in all, it’s a fun and hot read that offers insight to office romance and what can become of it.