It starts like any other Monday for Ty Christianson. Fifty laps in his pool, a suave suit, a chat with his mum on the way to his office, dodging countless calls from women, and his faithful yet cynical assistant waiting for him with a coffee. Then a meeting with his business partner and life-long friend, Sal, upends everything. Sal’s hired a new assistant without so much as consulting Ty. That’s a cardinal sin in their world, but it’s the least of Ty’s worries. Sal hasn’t just hired a new personal assistant, he’s hired an absolute goddess. And she’s off limits to Ty.
Lainey Summer drives Ty crazy with her savage beauty, her effortless sexiness, and her unfathomable veneer. She plays her cards way too close to her chest, and doesn’t that just make her more enticing?
Unlucky for Lainey, Ty’s notoriously irresistible.
Unlucky for Ty, Lainey can resist him.
Or . . . can she?
As Ty sets on a mission to break Lainey, an intended conquest becomes a fixation.
And in the process, he’s thrown into perfect chaos.
Once again JEM doesn’t disappoint! I didn’t love Perfect Chaos like most of her other treasures, but it fed the addiction! PC was a little cheesy until the end. The end made it come together and worth the wait.
There’s a first for everything.
This is positively the first book of her’s where I was not satisfied. The ending seemed to urgent and I was left with questions. The rest of the book was pretty good but because of the rushed ending I feel it debunks the rest of the book. Still a decent time killer.
Bad ending. Left feeling unfinished.