NSFW

    • 4.4 • 136 Ratings
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Publisher Description

Being bad never felt so good...

The office is full of rules. Making a charity calendar of the hot guys on your floor? Not allowed. Shrinking your boss' underwear when he sends it for dry cleaning? Can't do that either. 

But those things preserve the natural order. Because Avery Banks, our resident rising star, is a shark. The tall, blond, and gorgeous kind with zero patience and even less forgiveness.

Good thing I'm the Mae West of executive assistants. I live to put grown men in their place.

He wasn't supposed to find out.

Now he's made it his personal mission to screw me the way I screwed him. I'm at his beck and call for every humiliating request. 

Until we stumble on a new game. One we both want to play. One we both need to win.

And once we start...Avery doesn't want to replace me. I don't want him to.

All I want is more of this. The fire under the ice. What happens behind closed doors.

It's twisted, and so damn hot. But he's my boss. And with the company coming off a scandal even I couldn't engineer? What we're doing is strictly NSFW.

Lucky for me, Avery and I have one thing in common…

We both suck at following the rules.

NSFW is a smart, quirky and HOT enemies-to-lovers office romance! Book two in the hit series about a quirky group of young gaming and finance professionals in Boston. Each book is standalone.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
7 March
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
305
Pages
PUBLISHER
Piper Lawson
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
723.9
KB

Customer Reviews

callistoprime ,

Couldn’t put it down!

Read this book in one night! Funny, sexy & oh so readable!

Kernsy95 ,

Ok read

I was kind of hoping some external influences would cause some plot and not just internal, emotional issues. I mean it wasn’t a bad story, but nothing really… happened.
I realise this was a character driven narrative with all the change happening within the characters, but at the end it all felt like nothing had changed except for the fact that they were dating now.
I wanted to see them working together more the accomplish things. I wanted to see them overcoming larger obstacles. Because it felt like when external problems happened one or the other already had a solution ready.
Also it felt like there was no real lead up to her decision to work as a promoter at the club. The only real idea the reader got was that she worked on the gala (which seemed to take a backseat right up until it happened). But it’s not something she’s been shown to be passionate about. In fact besides shoes and wanting to make his life miserable at the beginning she really didn’t have much in the way of a tangible personality. Sure her character was developed and grew, but by the end they all still felt hollow, like there were only meant to be reader insert vessels.
Don’t get me wrong I liked the book, but there were just somethings that were both to hollow and too much like real life for me to be completely immersed in the story and invested in the characters.

PYRL.xx ,

I’m red and you’re yellow

This is by far one of my all time favourites. I love Charlie’s sassiness and outrageousness! She makes me smile and want to be her friend. I’m so glad that Avery is a nice person at heart, especially after seeing what he was like in PLAY. I can’t get enough of the smartass banter and extremely hot scenes, and wish the author will write a few bonus chapters. Love the angst in the story and the flawed characters, as well as the idea of finding yourself and your calling in life.

I highly recommend this book. It can be read as a standalone but may benefit from reading PLAY first.

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