Cold. Callous. Cocky.
A total playboy with abs for days, a panty-melting smirk, and a face the gods themselves would be jealous of.
And he's my new boss.
None of that matters, because as a single mom, men like Alexander Harding are the last thing I need. What I do need is this job, so I'm going to keep my head down, work hard, and avoid that a*****e as much as humanly possible.
But then he gives me an offer I can't refuse, even though everything inside of me is warning me to run away and never look back.
It's just one weekend.
One weekend to convince a bunch of stuffy investors that Alexander has changed from the player who spent more time in the bedroom than the boardroom into a family man they'd be happy to go into business with.
But the more time I spend with him, the more I realize that there might be a beating heart buried under his designer shirts and spectacular pecs after all…which is bad news for me.
Because the only thing worse than hating your boss is falling in love with him.
Good story line, great details. A little upsetting that it takes them til the last few pages of the book to even have their first kiss but good read. The negatives are: All the spelling and content errors big turn off. You have to re-read some sentences to try and understand what she is saying. You need a new editor!!! Second cliffhanger warning! I had no idea that right when things actually started to finally happen in the book, bam! Ends in a cliffhanger and you need to buy the next book for the ending. There is no HEA in this book. However, it is good enough that I will purchase the next book to see how their story ends. There was enough laughter, kindhearted moments, and plot characters that kept me interested.
The book was great. It was cute and well paced to me but then the freaking end. The end was annoying and I feel like it wasn’t needed. It’s so unrealistic for her to say she still has this loving connection towards someone she 1, doesn’t know and 2, hasn’t seen in six years. I felt bad for Alex.
I had no idea this was part of a series so the pacing felt weird for me. Nothing physical happens between Alex and Harper until 27 pages left. Then it felt rushed until I got to the end and realized there is a 2nd book to their story.