Everyone thought I had it together. That I was tough and powerful and a take-no-prisoners woman at the top of my industry.
And I was. At work.
I always sealed the deal, nabbed the contract, and I never failed to get someone to sign on the dotted line.
At work, I was the best.
My personal life, however, was a wreck. A giant, lonely wreck.
Cole was about as far away from my city girl polish as one could get. A retired hockey player, he wore jeans to my power suits, cowboy boots to my heels, ate simple food to my gourmet. Hell, he even lived on a ranch half the year.
And yet . . . he also challenged my mind. Never gave me an inch. Not to mention, he was gorgeous, kind, incredibly insightful and always, always, called me on my B.S.
He’d done it when I’d been his agent, and continued to do it every time we talked.
He was everything I’d dreamed of . . . and also, everything I was terrified to have.
*This book was previously published under the title, Bitch*
Good book but an odd ending into another book. I felt like it wasn’t wrapped up as good as it could have been
This is definitely read worthy. Does it have that extra swoon worthy, no. I don’t regret reading it, but I wouldn’t read it again. The “Baby” and “Honey” were a little too cheesy. The author definitely had a great story line, and this could have been a book that really captured the attention of the reader, but then it went into left field with a whiney girl, blah, blah.
I don’t know how this book got so many 5 star reviews. The whole book felt like you was stuck in one moment in time. It really didn’t go anywhere. Not much of a story. It wasn’t horrible but it wasn’t great either. I’ll probably forget all about it in a week or two.