WELCOME TO THE ISLE OF GRIMSTONE!
Two seemingly different supernaturals are about to shake up the small island in this new office romance that’s guaranteed to leave you thirsty for more.
Secret glances, a hot elevator encounter, and lots of cupcakes! Boss Me, FANG is not your average steamy–romp in the conference room–type of romance.
No, it’s got a little moooore…bite to it. 😉
I can’t deny my boss is one hot motherf*cker. His tornado, rude attitude is a big ol’ billboard sign telling me to stay far in my lane.
However, there’s no avoiding the magic that surrounds Keeland Elwood, nor his natural allure of sex appeal because I literally can’t.
I’m his assistant.
And apparently, I’m the only who can tame the beast behind the desk. Shit is going down in the office (Sorry, I don’t mean him on me just yet.) And hopefully the stunt I’m trying to pull will save a deal gone horribly wrong and NOT cause Keeland to destroy a small village and end my career.
There’s so much a man can do to steer clear of a woman who is the star of his every hot and sweaty fantasy.
It takes even greater strength when the woman in question is his assistant.
For the next seventy-two hours I’m about to be left in the midst of two battles.
One of which i’m on the verge of losing that involves my company and the other?
Well, that assistant I was talking about?
She’s a dark mistress, a wicked woman who’s sure to leave me on my knees.
And I’m okay with not getting back up.
☆•☆Contains SEXUAL content and EXPLICIT language and dialogue.☆•☆
REVIEWED BY AMY M.
NOT WHAT I EXPECTED BUT WAY BETTER!
I haven’t read much paranormal lately and this was such a refreshing taste of a world I’m excited to get to know more about. This author was completely new to me and recommended by a friend.
It was hot, emotional with drama that I loved! A different take on a supernatural world that is uniquely this authors and I liked it more than I thought I would.
I love Veronica’s character and the connection to her boss Keeland. I really enjoyed getting to know about Veronica and the life she left behind to start on her own but I was missing a little from Keeland. I loved the supporting characters and I’m intrigued to see more from this group of supernaturals.