From USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR Claudia Burgoa comes this billionaire workplace accidental pregnancy romance that’ll leave readers laughing and swooning!
What happens when you break the cardinal rule?
I’m good at following rules.
Like, don’t sleep with your hot employees. That’s a good rule.
At least I was until that night. I blame the champagne and the tuxedo he wore.
There are several reasons why I shouldn’t be attracted to Elliot McPhee.
He’s emotionally unavailable.
He’s in his mid-forties—too old for me.
He’s my employee.
He’s jaded after a disastrous divorce.
He’s leaving soon.
But he has gray eyes, and a deep velvety voice…did I mention he looks like Joshua Jackson?
I can’t resist.
It’s just a one-night stand before he leaves.
Except, things get complicated.
We’re talking two bright pink lines complicated.
Did I mention he has no desire to commit?
So, we agree not to try.
Except, we can’t keep our hands off each other.
Then I find out he’s not who I thought.
He’s so wrong for me. So why do I still want to create a family with him?
Along Came You is a forbidden age gap romance involving a secret billionaire and an accidental baby. Get ready to laugh, swoon, and be seduced by sexy billionaires willing to please their women!
Cute and fluffy workplace romance
I haven't read a fluffy romance in a while so this was amazing to read after so long. It was a funny experience though because I'm so used to reading romance in the darker side so I was waiting for the crazy stuff to happen LOL
I enjoyed their dynamic so much. It was on the quick side although it did take them moser than a year to actually give in to their feelings for each other. I also found it refreshing to find out that Elliot had a past that I haven’t seen used a lot recently. Their relationship with whatever they did as very open from the beginning. Elliot was very open with helping her with the foundation and donating his time.
In this one, Fern was the one who was reluctant to open up to the possibility of being together. Getting pregnant was probably what pushed her into it but even then she was fine with being a single mom. Elliot was the one who convinced her they were a team and that he was gonna make an effort to show her just as much.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
~ strangers to friends to lovers
~ surprise bab(ies)
~ overprotective brothers
~ simping hero
~ workplace romance
~ secret billionaire
Omg just so great.
This is the first book I’ve read of Claudia’s. The front cover is what sold me. This book is so dreamy. Elliott and Fern are amazing. I never wanted to put this book down. Have you ever read a book and you were like I don’t need to go to work, feed the kids or talk to anyone ever again because the book is so good, well this one is it. I can’t wait to read everyone of her books. 😁😁😁.
Elliot and Fern
So, if you’re a long time reader of Claudia Burgoa’s books, you’ve met Elliot in Perfect for Me, the third book in the Everhart Brothers series. I myself had forgotten that and was wracking my brain trying to figure out the connections within this great big overlapping world the author has created. I think this might have helped in my enjoyment of Elliott and Fern’s story, because it can be hard to tell the love story of a guy who might need a little “redemption”.
I liked Elliot and Fern, I think because their story is kind of a flip on the whole boss/employee trope. While Fern isn’t his boss, per say, Elliot definitely follows her lead in the assistance he gives her and the foundation she runs. Even though Fern. justifies this dynamic as something to keep her from becoming romantically involved with Elliot, it definitely doesn’t stop the close relationship they have, which he fosters because she intrigues him so much. But he can’t commit to anything deep. Yeah, we’ve heard that story before, Elliot!
Overall, I think was a great addition to the Paradise Bay series. The inclusion of so many secondary characters plus the fact that Elliot was part of a triangle in another book may confuse some readers, but it can very much be read as a stand-alone story. Honestly, I discovered Ms. Burgoa by coming into a series midway, and it just made me more interested to read the books I missed. Maybe new readers will feel the same. I hope so, because she’s absolutely a must-read author for this voracious romance reader.