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Publisher Description

One hot mess. One hot boss. One too many hot encounters...

It’s not you. It’s me.
No, seriously. It is me. Not only does my name literally mean “unfortunate,” but that’s the story of my life.
Everything I touch turns to crap. An apartment fire—that I swear I was not responsible for—means I’m living back at home with my sex-mad parents. Yay, me!
Which is why I need my new job as personal assistant to Cameron Reid to get back on my feet. Three months in this job and I can move back out and, hopefully, remember to turn off my flat iron once in a while.
On paper, my job is easy. Make coffee. Book appointments. Keep everything in order.
Until I walk in on my boss, half-naked, wearing nothing but the kind of tiny white towel that dreams are made of.
Now, nothing is easy—except our mutual attraction. But he’s my boss, and you know what they say about mixing work and pleasure: unless you do porn, it’s just not worth it.
Or is it?

January 29
Emma Hart
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

MWardLB ,


This book was soooo funny. But this version is in desperate need of an edit update! The mistakes were so distracting. This is my first Emma Hart book and I can’t wait to read more. Really great read.

Carlanay ,

Hard to read

The author switches from US lingo to British phrases through the book. It got off to a great start but took way too long to build the relationship. Not recommended sadly!

Lexilooloolex ,

A fun rom-com with a side of office romance

Catastrophe Queen by Author Emma Hart is a delicious rom-com. It kept me laughing out loud and turning the pages.

Mallory is a hot mess. It is like she trips on air and is a total klutz that must have mini heart attacks walking up the stairs. Yes...that klutzy and adorable too. She is also quirky, sassy and owns all of it.

Cameron is hot and has his own quirks. He is the total opposite of Mallory and opposites definitely attract here.

If you are looking for a fun read look no further. This is a great office romance in an angst free zone.

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