The Boss It was only supposed to be for one night But it is never just for one night After moving to New York in search of adventure and a new life I went looking for a little fun I had never done anything li

  • Title: The Boss
  • Author: Lara West
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It was only supposed to be for one night But it is never just for one night After moving to New York in search of adventure and a new life, I went looking for a little fun I had never done anything like that before, but I needed a release After a night of mind blowing, earth shaking, toe curling passion, I felt satisfied Then I started my new job And there he was ThIt was only supposed to be for one night But it is never just for one night After moving to New York in search of adventure and a new life, I went looking for a little fun I had never done anything like that before, but I needed a release After a night of mind blowing, earth shaking, toe curling passion, I felt satisfied Then I started my new job And there he was This is a stand alone delicious contemporary romance story with mature situations Readers should be 18 plus

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    1. Peter Out?Having read 400+ books in this genre, Lara West uses two words "peter out" to describe an orgasm/climax ending. IMO, I picture my late grandmother using the exact two words at the end of her hard day's work with arthritic hands. I'm pretty sure if she were alive today and were asked to describe what it is like coming down from an orgasm she wouldn't say, "peter out." It simply would not do. typos, rereading sentences for flow, missing words isn't something I like to do and truthfully I [...]


    2. i don't get it, why Clint was in love with Lauren, they share one night, Clint left without words, if he was so much in love with Luaren, why he won't find her? He was the man in talent, to find out a girl like Lauren, it is a simple task.i don't get it, this kind of line is very common in romance novel, they are just like that, one night stand, rich man/ boss/ alpha male in love with girl. The girls ususaly are working hard to achieve something or they are poor, they also in huge gap in social [...]


    3. I started this book very excited and involvedound half way it just stopped being all those things. Our MC changed his personality and became boring. Sorry but it didn't deliver for me and I feel sad that it lost its personality. Great premise yes I know it has been done a thousand times but I still love it. That said I would try something else from this author in the future and give another chance though the price did not match the work and made me feel let down.


    4. I really thoroughly enjoyed this book. I loved the down to earth Lauren with her clumsy flaws & utterances of sarcasm. I like the cold mesmerising Boss Clint who is almost passive aggressive in the beginning of their working relationship. The well used it was superbly written making the book very much Lara and a credit to her writing skills. I was able to immerse myself completely and read non-stop. It does have a HE A but personally needed just three little words from Lauren's lips.


    5. Nice story, but a bit rushedSo, it turns out that this is a serial wrapped up in one book! I liked the story and it had a nice HEA, but it seemed rushed and kind of just skipped over some of the more important points of the story. i.e.- why The brothers didn't get along in the present (it was discussed briefly, but not nearly enough) and a lot of other seemingly crucial points. I don't regret reading this, but I wish that there had been more substance between the pages.





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