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  • Posted September 3, 2012

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    When it comes to making a decision between her own values or the

    When it comes to making a decision between her own values or the best interests of her beloved twin sister, Farah Smith makes her choice. She will attempt to secure a job with a man she considers to be her moral inferior so her sister can have the surgery that is currently out of her reach. But to succeed in her campaign to actually get the job, dressing like his former personal assistants will be her best chance. So Farah dons a blonde wig, contact lenses, and a body suit to hide her curves.

    Keller Donovan wonders why all the women who work as personal assistants look the same. Farah Smith is definitely a sharp woman, and one who could do the job, even if her appearance is boring, because Keller prefers voluptuous, brown haired women.

    Two Timing the Boss is a fun sexy romp. Ms. Warner writes a killer alpha male in Keller Donovan. Farah is a sweet, loving woman who will sacrifice her dreams for her sister’s well-being. I thoroughly enjoyed Two Timing the Boss and look forward to many more entertaining stories from his talented author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 17, 2014

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    Reviewed by Danielle Book provided by the publisher for review R

    Reviewed by Danielle
    Book provided by the publisher for review
    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

    Two-Timing the Boss is a thoroughly enjoyable novel that contemporary romance readers will love.  The story has a fun and interesting plot that captures its readers’ attention and does not let it go until the last page. The plot was superb with excellent pacing to maximize the effect of important scenes in the novel.

    It is a delight to read about such interesting and likable characters that readers can still relate to enough to understand the reasons for the characters’ actions. The secondary characters were all interesting and important to the novel in their own way and this was a nice addition that improved an already great novel.

    The romance between the two main characters, Farah and Keller, is an excellent mix of chemistry and misconceptions. This perfectly balanced blend is the key to why this novel stands out in the extremely popular contemporary romance genre and is the reason that it’s  such an addictive read.

    Two-Timing the Boss has intriguing characters, a fascinating plot and exceptional character chemistry that when combined and executed flawlessly delivers fans of the genre what is undoubtedly one of the best contemporary romance novels of 2012 so far.

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  • Posted April 4, 2013

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    Two Timing the Boss is a fun and enjoyable romance. Christine Wa

    Two Timing the Boss is a fun and enjoyable romance. Christine Warner does a terrific job of crafting a tale of love in the workplace. She has a great imagination, wonderful sense of humor, and an ability to write an entertaining book. The characters were engaging and believable, and the plot flowed nicely.

    The heroine, Farah Smith, a woman with a deep devotion to her twin sister, is willing to go to extreme lengths to ensure her sister’s health and well-being. Forsaking her principles, she disguises herself to obtain a position as a personal assistant to a notorious, womanizing millionaire.  Keller Donovan, known for his attraction to voluptuous brown-haired women, hires Farah not realizing she is in disguise. The story heats up, the humor rises, and sexual tension soars as Keller finds himself strangely attracted to the nondescript, blonde, and starkly dressed Farah. The sparks fly when commitment phobic Keller discovers Farah’s ruse.

    Two Timing the Boss is a delightful read with plenty of sexual tension, sizzling chemistry and sexy romance. I was hooked from the beginning to the end. This is a humorous and sexy read that you don’t want to miss. 

    I received a copy of the book from Buy the Book Tours
     in exchange for my honest review.
    Janna Shay
    Author of Fair Play

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  • Posted April 3, 2013

    Another highly entertaining read from Christine Warner! What len

    Another highly entertaining read from Christine Warner! What lengths will one twin go to, to ensure the health and wellbeing of the other? At first I wasn’t too enamoured with the seemingly selfish Karah, but she eventually grew on me. On the other hand, it’s very easy to empathise with Farah since she’s willing to do so much for her sister. The deception Farah practices to gain the job with Keller Donovan proves to be much more arduous than she may have imagined when the idea was mooted – and maintaining the disguise provides plenty of instances for humour in the novel. I definitely wouldn’t have liked to be ‘in her shoes’! I liked it that Keller may have been a guy with a ‘tainted’ reputation but that he really is a man with a big heart. This was an easy read with a good pace which kept me interested from start to finish.

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  • Posted April 3, 2013

    This one's a feel-good, heart warming romance must read. Farah

    This one's a feel-good, heart warming romance must read.

    Farah Smith's plan to deceive Keller Donovan, her boss, seems to be working, but the plan didn't include falling head over heels in love with him. Farah's love for her sister is apparent every day that she hides her true identity with a blond wig and a body suit, playing the personal assistant in order to save up enough money for her sister's much needed surgery.

    Keller senses there's more than meets the eye when it comes to his new secretary, even though she resembles all his past assistants. Something about her draws him in.

    Christine Warner spins this warm, humorous tale with great characterization and fast paced tension. I couldn't put this one down until I read the very last page.

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  • Posted November 7, 2012

    4.5 Lightning bolts!

    A little deception goes a long way. From the tings she's heard about Keller, who would have thought feelings would go so deep, and that her lie would get bigger and bigger?

    One thing I love about this story is the devotion to do everything possible to help her sister. Farah and Karah are twins, and an accident has changed Karah's life. Considering the rumors and things being said about Keller, it took a lot to do her self up and go work for him. But again, that devotion. The longer she works there, the more she learns about Keller and his true form. The sparks are flying. But it's not good to date your boss, is it? Even when Keller's feelings are mutual.

    In Christine Warner fashion, the story is light, humorous, and well done. The characters are fleshed out well, the dialogue fun and zingy, and the tension tightening up at every turn. I'm all for a good story featuring twins, and this one is definitely not to be missed.

    If you haven't read a book by Ms. Warner, don't wait! Grab a copy of Two Timing the Boss and prepare yourselves for a heartwarming, enjoyable story that can be read again and again.

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