What’s worse than hating your boss? Falling in love with him….
Hard Truth, the much anticipated conclusion to Hard Place by Emily Goodwin is LIVE!
The first time I met Alexander Harding, I yelled at him for taking my parking spot. Rich and powerful, I saw him as nothing more than my new coldhearted boss. I hated him once but now…now things aren’t that simple. There’s a man beneath the beast, and the more I get to know him, the more I fall in love with him.
Though just as I’m able to envision a future together, the past comes back to haunt us both.
Six years ago, my life changed forever when I found out I was pregnant. The last thing I expected was to see Michael Cooper again, but now he’s here and is ready to make up for lost time. He wants to...
I received this ARC from the author & Give Me Books Promotions in exchange for an honest review.
I have to say first that I have enjoyed the Blue Beech series so much so far. I love the characters and the small town vibes. The storylines have been good for all of the books. I really enjoyed Just Roommates. I like how it cataloged Sier...
Hard Place, an all-new standalone enemies to lovers/office romance by Emily Goodwin is LIVE!
Cold. Callous. Cocky.
A total playboy with abs for days, a panty-melting smirk, and a face the gods themselves would be jealous of.
And he’s my new boss.
None of that matters, because as a single mom, men like Alexander Harding are the last thing I need. What I do need is this job, so I’m going to keep my head down, work hard, and avoid that asshole as much as humanly possible.
But then he gives me an offer I can’t refuse, even though everything inside of me is warning me to run away and never look back. It’s just one weekend. One weekend to convince a bunch of stuffy investors that Alexander has changed from the player who spent more time in the bedroom...
*I received a free review copy in exchange for an honest review*
Review | Rating: 4 stars
Just Her Bodyguard started a little slow for me and I found it hard to get into it. But once Stella and Hudson left to go to some premieres, I had a hard time putting the book down. I read the book in about three sittings and only stopped because of having to work. I thought the story was done and the slow pace was right for this book. Charity did a good job showing how life could be in Hollywood and the life of a movie star. It was detailed and believable. The romance was amazing between Hudson and Stella. They had chemistry from the moment they met and I loved how Hudson had already made up his mind about Stella based on what he'd read and based on the...