A sexy seven-day job interview. Seven irresistible interviewers. Who will she choose at the end of the week?
Working Girl is a sexy new story, perfect for fans of Audrey Carlan's Calendar Girl, Helen Hardt and Rhyannon Byrd.
Tess has been determined to get revenge for her father, ever since he was falsely accused of misusing company funds and unceremoniously let go from Diamond Enterprises. Applying to be Executive Assistant to the elusive, elderly head of the company, Mr King, seems the ideal way to get inside the firm and clear his name.
But the job interview is not what she expects. Arriving at the company HQ, she is escorted to a helicopter, blindfolded and flown to a secret location. She meets a man whose voice is disguised, but introduces himself as Mr King and says the job advertisement was a ruse to find the new CEO of Diamond Enterprises. The catch, the interviewer says, is that the job will only be hers if she passes a seven-day interview.
Tess will have seven mysterious men who will assist her - one for each task each day. She will have to use all of her skills if she's to succeed and to resist the powerful magnetism of the irresistible men sent to help - or distract - her. Or will Tess find herself losing her heart when she meets her man of the week?
Mr Monday, Mr Tuesday, Mr Wednesday, Mr Thursday, Mr Friday, Mr Saturday, Mr Sunday. Meet all seven in Working Girl - who will be your man of the week?
I kept hoping it would get better. It didn’t.
The heroine’s motivations were juvenile. The entire plot was trite. Chapters and chapters of her lusting after hot men while making a near-platonic “soul connection” with a guy whose name she didn’t know. Yawn.
The corporate scenes were groan-inducing. No worries, the librarian is going to research her way into being a CEO! She’ll find budget solutions for the technology manufacturing company that’s buying a country club. She’s going to prevent layoffs and build company daycares. All while hating math, numbers and spreadsheets.
She was stupid and they were manipulative, but it all turned out a Cinderella story in the end. Yay?