Like a Boss

Like a Boss

by Liz Matis Matis

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BN ID: 2940158848513
Publisher: Little Hondo Press
Publication date: 10/03/2017
Series: Double Trouble Duet , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 654 KB

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Like a Boss 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
BBBGirlsBlog More than 1 year ago
WOW! This book was so good! I loved the twist of the brothers. I had just returned from my own visit to Alaska (which was one reason why I wanted to read this book), I could visualize everything the author described. I loved the connection between Lacey and Dawson, and I can't to read Aaron's story (I hope we have more of Lacey and Dawson in it too ). I would recommend Like a Boss, it's a quick read (I didn't want it to end), but so good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
“Like a Boss”, book one in Liz Matis’ Double Trouble Duet series is a fun, contemporary romance! Liz puts a new, intriguing twist on a “twin” storyline, and I look forward to reading Dawson’s brother’s book! I have read a number of other books written by Liz Matis, and I enjoyed reading Lacey’s and Dawson’s story. If you need a light romance with a quick moving storyline (and a happy ever after), this is a great fit. *I was given an advanced copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.
cherigCG More than 1 year ago
Identical twins who've only met once? How did that happen? You'll need to read it to find out. You'd think it would be the one without money, a shaky business, an unknown who'd be seeking help from the billionaire. Not the case. Nope. He needs someone to be him while he goes into rehab. Announcing it could damage the company. Dawson would normally refuse. Money wasn't important to him. However, setting up a shelter for vets, getting his service dog he'd partnered with in Afganistan back to adopt was important. The money offered would do both. Not to mention thirty days side by side with the hot redhead assistant. He planned on some nights as well. Could they pull it off with two men whose only thing in common is their looks? When the assistant becomes more, can they succeed and part without leaving their hearts behind? Is there another way? I enjoyed the romance, the realization that things were not all Dawson thought with the brother who got it all. Just maybe all was too much. This is Dawson story. His brother's story will follow and I'll be reading it too. Reviewed for Words Turn Me on.