STAND ALONE CONTEMPORARY BILLIONAIRE ROMANCE
Business-school student April Morgan is ready to graduate--from school, from the secretary pool, and from never-gonna-happen fantasies involving Sam Hunt, her hunky billionaire boss. But when Sam’s girlfriend of the week pushes her too far, April finds herself quitting on the spot with only a mountain of student loan debt to keep her company. In steps Sam’s worst enemy, his father, with a job offer she can't refuse.
Sam was born into privilege, but refused to live life with a silver spoon in his mouth. After a decade of hard work, he’s on the verge of taking his business public and proving to his tyrannical family that he can make it without their help. When he finds out that April is working for his father, he knows she’s been turned into a pawn in his father’s twisted games.
Despite Sam’s warnings, April is determined to prove she doesn’t need him to make in New York City. But when she finds documents that could lead to Sam losing everything he’s worked for, April realizes that she and Sam have to work together to save the empire they’ve both worked to build.
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Interesting love story
I read this story years ago and had forgotten about it. Rereading, I found I still enjoyed it. April was a bit naive, but definitely grew. Sam is very driven. Mainly to compete against his father. Donald loves his son, but does not know how to be a father. His actions drives a huge wedge between father and son. April seems to be their glue. Cute love story. I felt there were holes but was still satisfied with the story. Highly recommend.
Billionaires in the City, by Mallory Crowe
"Teaching the Boss" is the first book in the "Billionaires in the City" series, by Mallory Crowe. I seam to be reading these series backwards. I just read the three book series "Devereaux Billionaires". From what I can see they seem to be a part of the "Billionaires in the City" series. It's kind of confusing. Confusing or not I'm enjoying them all.
"Teaching the Boss" is another great story by Mallory Crowe. She writes characters so well. You can't help but love them and get into their story right away. Because the characters are so good the story's just have to be good. The main two are Sam Hunt and April Morgan, boss and assistant. I love the way this story ends a little different than most. I believe this is going to be a must read series and I've already read some of them.
Teaching the boss
This was a really good story
April secretly loves Sam and always helping him do nice things for his dates. Sam lets his model date put in his head he needs to do something about April. So his das who is his rival competition steals her out from under him. But in the end true love prevails and they get back together.