Also by this author: Sleeping with Her Enemy, The Engagement Game
Series: 49th Floor #1
Also in this series: Sleeping with Her Enemy, The Engagement Game
Published by Entangled: Indulgence on October 20, 2014
Genres: Boss Employee Romance, Christmas, Contemporary Romance
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Real estate mogul Jack Winter has rules. Lots of rules. After all, a man doesn’t build an empire without a little discipline. And on page one of the rulebook? Don’t sleep with your employees. Especially when there’s a multimillion dollar real estate deal at stake...
Luckily for Jack, Cassie James isn’t really his employee. She’s a hot bartender who just happens to be the math genius he needs, and if they share a wicked chemistry? Well, that's just a sexy little perk. So they strike a deal: Cassie helps Jack with the merger. And until the deal goes through at Christmas, they can indulge every sexy little impulse they desire. But the more rules Jack makes, the more he seems to break...
Erin: Fun, hot, sexy, and witty comes to mind when thinking about Jenny Holiday’s Saving the CEO. A quirky math genius meets corporate powerhouse is the premise of this debut by Jenny Holiday and if Saving the CEO is indicative of what we can expect from this new author, then count me in.
This was an easy, light read with extremely likable characters. Witty and funny at times as well as sexy and swoony, Jack Winter and Cassie James were lots of fun and they had a ton of chemistry. The story flowed easily and yeah, there are plenty of over used tropes in play throughout the book, but this is a romance and those things are kind of to be expected. Even though the title leaves a bit to be desired, the writing was strong and the book engaging. I’ll definitely keep Jenny Holiday on my radar and will be looking forward to the next book in the series.
She's a Texan, though she drinks her tea plain and NOT sweet. She loves cheesecake, strawberry limeade's from Sonic and her favorite color is purple. In her books, she loves an HEA, but she never minds if the road is rough to get there, as long as the reward is worth the struggle.
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