Brooding, intense, and extremely enigmatic, my billionaire boss makes me wonder just how dangerous it would be to fall in love with a man like him.
After two days of being stuck in an airport, broke and weary, I finally arrive at the remote ranch to start my new job as an executive assistant to a business mogul with a bad reputation. But to my surprise, my mysterious new boss is nowhere to be found, although he's left me a long list of job duties.
One day leads to the next, and my new boss is still a no-show. The loneliness becomes unbearable and I'm on the verge of figuring out a one-way ticket back to New York City when my reclusive boss finally makes an appearance.
Spencer C. is an extremely good-looking man. Our encounters never fail to send me reeling with pure, unadulterated desire. He's so seductive and charismatic that I can't stop thinking about him. But there are rumors about my secretive and guarded new boss. He's the sort of man innocent young women like me should avoid at all cost.
Yet, how can I resist him when he shows up at the most unexpected moments with his tousled hair and come hither eyes? His beauty and intensity never fail to set my soul and other sensitive body parts on fire.
But what does he do when he's not around? What is he hiding out here in the middle of nowhere? And are his secrets more proof of how dangerous it is to fall for a man like him? Good or bad, something tells me I'm about to find out.
Enthrall is book one of Spencer and Jada's love story, part of a must-read billionaire romance trilogy with plenty of angst, twists, turns, and steam to keep the pages turning.
Novel storyline, interesting family interactions.
Was quite taken with the story initially. The characters had some very intriguing personalities. Approaching the last quarter of the story it started to lose the momentum. Plus I do not like trilogies and must read book 2.
Not worth the space on your phone. Terrible writing, basically a copy of 50 shades, too fake to be sexy, no explanation of character growth. I can’t & don’t want to finish it. I’m terribly sorry to the author but really your publishers to blame here.