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Something about the Boss... (Harlequin Desire Series #2252)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2013

    Love it

    Loving this series! Didn't see the twist and turns in this story! But they made the story even better. Can hardly wait for the next book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 11, 2013

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    Rating: 3.5 Stars In Something About the Boss by Yvonne Lindsay

    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    In Something About the Boss by Yvonne Lindsay, Sophie Beldon has been working for Zach Lassiter as a personal secretary and helping him to manage the business in the absence of her boss, Alex. Maintaining a professional conduct with Zach is getting tough with each passing day for Sophie because of her red-hot yearning for him.With Zach acting secretive most of the time,Sophie's rational mind begins to question his motives and to find the truth, she decides to seduce him to find her answers. But the passion she discovers with Zach is so deep and beautiful that it has Sophie hoping that for once curiosity might not kill the cat.

    Something About the Boss by Yvonne Lindsay is a fast paced, well written romance with awesome chemistry between the characters. This story was perfect for the desire line because it had all the drama(betrayal,seduction and an uncovered secret) and heat, which the reader expects.

    Zach was a caring and take charge hero and I loved everything about him and the same goes for Sophie who was an equally likable and independent heroine. Though this book is a part of a series,it could be read as a stand alone. The characters from the previous books as well as the books to come in the series come frequently in the story and it made me want to read more about them .The only thing I found odd was the speed in which the characters fall in love and the focus of the story was sometimes more on the side characters or the individual lives of the main characters.

    Overall Something About the Boss by Yvonne Lindsay is an enjoyable read with great chemistry and heat between the characters along with an unexpected twist towards the end to keep you engaged. Though it can be read as a stand alone book,it would be better however to read the previous installments in the series to get a better reading experience.

    If you love the author's previous works and are a fan of the Texas Cattleman's Club series, then this book is definitely worthy of a read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 1, 2013

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    I Also Recommend:

    My Review: 4.0 Star Review - Texas Cattleman's Club: The Missin

    My Review:
    4.0 Star Review - Texas Cattleman's Club: The Missing Mogul # 3 series

    I recommend this book.
    I enjoyed this book by Yvonne. This book includes passion, betrayal and romance throughout the entire story.
    If you have not read the below I would recommend reading those books first.
    Rumor Has It by Maureen Child
    Deep in a Texan's Heart by Sara Orwig
    Sophie Beldon is personal assistant to a missing man. Her boss is missing and no one knows what happened to him. She continues to keep his office running in the hopes that he will come back.
    Since his best friend is missing Zach Lassiter has stepped in to keep all the projects his best friend is working on progressing. So he is working in his office and she is helping him out it the business side of things. Zach is desperately trying to help his ex-wife through a tough time and also help find out what happened to his best friend.
    When Zach starts shutting his laptop and placing calls on hold when Sophie comes into the office she starts to suspect that he might have had something to do with his friend being missing. She decides she should seduce the answers out of him. She is having trouble keeping it to just seducing him and getting answers to her questions and finding out if he has anything to do with his friend going missing. She starts having feelings for him.
    I enjoyed the chemistry between the two. They seemed to calm each other when they were together. I like Zach and was not put off by his take charge attitude with his ex-wife. As I am with a lot of the male characters who want to take care of issues by forcing the woman to do what they want. You could tell he cared and was not just forcing her to obey his command. He seemed to really want to help out Anna. Sophie is also a good person and she is very compassionate and understanding. You can tell she is really worried about her boss and is trying to get to the bottom of where he is.
    To find out the answers to the below pick up the book:

    When Zach finds out what she suspects of him how will he react?
    What has “SHE” hired a PI for?
    Who feels most betrayed by turn of the events?
    What is Zach really hiding?
    Who is Anna and why is she important to them both?

    Look forward to the next books in this series listed below.
    The Lone Star Cinderella by Maureen Child – Due out in October
    To Tame a Cowboy by Jules Bennett – Due out in November

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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