From USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR Claudia Burgoa comes this fake-relationship-office romance that’ll leave readers laughing and swooning!
What happens when the guy who’s afraid of love finds himself in it?
Know what they say about never mixing business with pleasure? I thought it was dumb.
The one about never sleeping with your boss?
I ignored it, too.
I blame Aslan Spearman, the boss.
He’s a wealthy playboy who doesn’t believe in happily ever after.
He’s demanding, a workaholic, and a cynical…jerk.
He’d rather have a root canal than be in a romantic relationship.
Do you want to know a secret? I think he’s afraid of love.
So when he has to go to the Spearman family reunion in Hawaii with his girlfriend, he’s in big trouble.
That’s what happens when you lie to your family about your relationship status.
It wasn’t important—until now.
What does he do?
He comes to me, his VP of Operations and right hand for assistance.
After all, I’m a problem solver.
Except my personal life is complete chaos.
So we make a deal. I’ll be his girlfriend if he helps me solve my problems.
It’s a win-win situation, right?
I mean, how hard can it be?
It’s not like I plan to fall in love.
Faking the Game
Ok read; not the best by this author but ok. I found the beginning a fast read than it slowed to practically a stop.
There’s so many wrong things with this book that I don’t know where to start but what really disappointed me was the ending. No groveling. All the ml did was say I’m sorry I’ll offer you a better position please get back together with me.
His book was disappointing. From the description it sounds like a good read, but it’s lame. Aslan is a very underdeveloped character and Keaton is just blah. The author expects you to believe these two are workaholic power people? It’s not there! Aslan sounds more like a frat boy and Keaton is just … well, blah. No other way to describe her. The secondary characters are not memorable except for Savannah who was a disrespectful child with no appeal either.
For a free book, it was okay. I wouldn’t pay for it and won’t be reading any of the other books.