Work with Me
She's built a firewall around her heart.
He's determined to crack the code.
Hailstorms come with the territory in Austin, Texas. Having a hot guy to shelter with is a less frequent phenomenon. It must be the shock – or the hailstorm to the temple – that makes cautious technology consultant Alicia ask Jackson out.
Minutes later, still reeling from his kind rejection, she walks into the biggest meeting of her career. And it's just her luck that *he's* there - Jackson, the sexy charmer. But he's no longer charming; he's madder than a rattlesnake that Alicia's there to take over his project.
But it's Alicia's job to turn around the project, even if Jackson thwarts her every move. Even if their late nights in the office are more about chemistry than code. Even when she teaches him to two-step and he kisses her under the stars.
If anyone finds out Alicia and Jackson are more than colleagues, it'll threaten not only the project but both their careers.
He's a genius.
She's the boss.
Can they work together – without falling in love?
Fall for these two rival programmers in this steamy, slow-burn, laugh-out-loud enemies-to-lovers romantic comedy featuring a straitlaced single mom, a tech genius who hides a secret under a playboy exterior, and way too much tequila. Set in up-and-coming Austin, it's the first book in the Synergy Workplace Romance series and can be read as a standalone.
Work ith me
Very good read. Enjoyed reading. Great characters and wonderful ending. Took a subject matter not often talked about. Really loved this. Thank you
Just enough excitement to keep interesting
I like to read books to escape all the political crap that’s forced down our throats every day. There is literally a political statement made in almost every chapter of this book. It has nothing to do with the story but the author for whatever reasons felt the need to include it. I’m guessing to gain favor from the “woke” crowd. Really quite ridiculous. If the author felt like it was an important topic, she should have written a book on it. Not randomly included it in a office place romance where it makes zero sense