Love Sincerely Yours

Love Sincerely Yours

by Meghan Quinn, Sara Ney


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Dear Mister.. . . no, too formal.

Hey there sweet cheeks. . . no, too forward.

*Clears throat*

To whom it may concern,

Full disclosure; before we move forward with this email, I would like it to be known that I have consumed an adequate amount of alcoholic beverages to intoxicate myself tonight. Three margaritas, two shots, and one beer—because it was free.

I think it’s important to be open and honest with your co-workers, don’t you?

So here I am, being open and honest. Drunk but honest. Or just drunk with lust? You decide.

I have a hopeless, foolish, schoolgirl crush on you when you are the last person on earth I should be falling for. Did you know people around the office call you a sadist? An egomaniac. An insensitive, arrogant prick. But what they don't know is your bark is worse than your bite. And that bite doesn't scare me. The fact is, I’d love that bite of yours to nip at my bare skin while we’re both wearing nothing but sheets.

For once I want you to look at me as more than one of your employees.

And as long as we're being honest, that navy blue suit you wear? With the crisp white shirt? It really makes me want to loosen your tie and show you exactly who's boss.




Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692170045
Publisher: Brower Literary & Management, Inc.
Publication date: 10/09/2018
Pages: 278
Sales rank: 114,326
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

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Love Sincerely Yours 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
MaimeosAngelsEL More than 1 year ago
Sara Ney and Meghan Quinn had me from the first to the last chapter; a great book and one I loved. Having read both Sara Ney and Meghan Quinn individually and loved their writing I just knew that together they would produce something amazing and they most certainly did. An office romance, but oh what a romance. I laughed so much I was in danger of passing out; I was totally invested from the start. This is a great example of romantic comedy and the slow burn was so worth it as when it came to a climax, oh boy! Rome was totally swoon worthy and had me sighing on numerous occasions and Peyton, well I just loved them both. There was humour, hotness and this was just a joy to read. Put simply it made me smile and happy and generally feel good. Well worth the read, particularly if you are looking for a love story that will also make you laugh and smile.
JWright57 More than 1 year ago
Wow what a great match for a joint romantic comedy both Sara Ney and Meghan Quinn are very talented funny authors in their own right but together they are awesome ........ An office romance with plenty of emotions from Rome and Peyton this slow burn that builts up to an explosive office bang kept me captivated from the very first pagesnd there was no putting down until I had read the last one, I loved the constant banter between the characters and at times I laughed so much I had stitches ( be warned don’t drink tea whilst reading this book). This book was a hilarious read with plenty of sexual tension, lots of inappropriate flirting and plenty of office banging. Love, Sincerely, Yours wil make you giggle it will make you laugh and it will leave you smiling like a Cheshire Cat so do yourself a favour and one click one of the funniest books I have read this year. Hoping this pair will write more books together because they certainly do it well.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book....WOW!! It’s everything I was hoping for and more. I’m never disappointed when I read one of there books. I am so happy that I bought this book. I had actually been trying to find a way to get it and I’m happy I have it now. The growth of their relationship is everything and I’m so happy that Peyton didn’t back down from Rome and let her feelings show. I loved how being with Peyton changed him for the better and how heartbroken he was when he thought he lost her. ALSO THE WAY HE GOT HER BACK....!!!!! I CRIED!!!! That has to be the best part of it all and the way she basically sobbed had my heart feeling to full. I’m happy that they got their ever after and that Rome loves her to the point it hurts. And may I just say HUNTER ! I freaking love him . He’s so funny and a total package and I hope there will be a book about him and Rome’s sister! That would be everything. You both knocked it out of the park with this book and I can’t wait to read more. If your looking for a book that will make you stay up all night reading and that makes you laugh on top of all the sparks... this is the one for you !!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Absolutely great. Best read in a long time. Worth every penny. Could not put down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written, witty and great plot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Funny and sexy.
marincheto007 More than 1 year ago
I haven't read/listened to Sara Ney books before but Meghan Quinn is one of my very favorite authors. So deciding to pick this book was super easy. And I really enjoyed the story.In the end, I ended up changing between listening and reading as I simply couldn't put the book down. It was lighthearted, fun, romantic and even a little bit heartbreaking story. The two main characters were definitely entertaining, especially when Peyton is under the influence and Rome is not in control of what is happening around him :D Both of these created some quite hilarious and sometimes steamy encounters :D Both Peyton and Rome are intriguing characters. Where Peyton is easy going, thoughtful and caring, Rome is a tyrant at work and doesn't show his softer side to just anyone. Only the closest people to him see his tender and caring heart. The one he guards with everything he has. And his trust issues don't really contribute to an easy relationship. So it is not a surprise that Peyton and Rome's relationship hits a bump or two on the road. Regarding the narration of the story. I pretty much enjoyed it. Especially the female narrator. She was just incredible and in my opinion fit Peyton to a T. The male narrator wasn't exactly my idea of how Rome would sound but even with that, I think he did a pretty good job. Ultimately, this was a really good read/listen and I would definitely recommend it. I can't wait for the next book and Hunter's story. Plus, I really need to know who is the snitch :D I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
lenorewastaken More than 1 year ago
3 stars — So…hmmm. I’ve not had luck connecting with Ms. Quinn’s books in the past… In fact, I’ve DNF’d the 2 I’ve tried. Part of it is just a disconnect in our senses of humour. But another part is that the types of editing mistakes left in her books at publication annoy the crap out of me. I’m fairly tolerant of errors actually, and it’s not that the books are unreadable…but the errors are not simple typos, they are incorrect word usages. They’re the kinds of errors that clearly show that the book has not been copy/line edited or proofread. Editors can miss things, for sure, but not these kinds of glaring errors. Now, in this case I am reading an ARC, so I cannot clearly state that the errors will still exist in the final copy, but I’m willing to put money down that they do. If, as an author, you have that kind of weakness in your writing, I don’t feel like it’s too much to ask that you get a basic proof done. I’ve only read a novella by Ms. Ney, and I was only meh on it, but I wanted to give her (and Ms. Quinn) another shot. Especially because I was intrigued by the blurb!! But if I’m being honest, I was tempted to DNF after the first chapter. I did continue on, and I will admit that the book improved from the issues I’m going to list, but it’s confirmed that I will definitely put Ms. Quinn on the “not for me” list. So what was my biggest issue?? Honestly, I’m too damn sensitive right now, especially with things going on in the world right now, especially as a woman. I was immediately turned off by the thoughts in Rome’s head about Peyton. Was it inappropriate?? I…don’t know. But it was sketchy and it made me feel uncomfortable. Will it be that way for others? Eh. Probably not. Depends on how sensitive you are on the topic of workplace harassment. Did any harassment occur? No. I just… *sigh* I’m just sensitive. I’m also not a fan of alpha assholes. And in the first half of the story, Rome is…not attractive to me. I didn’t like him. I didn’t like his thoughts. I didn’t like his behavior. As we get further on in the story, Peyton brings out a much better side to Rome. Or perhaps the authors just finally let us see it. I would have preferred to see hints of that in the first half of the book, but alas…what can you do? Rome became much more three dimensional, and we got to see some sweet and almost shy sides to him. I wish we’d found out why he was so closed off, but ah well. Peyton gave me mixed feelings as well. The problem is that the work place harassment wasn’t just a Rome issue…in fact, I would argue that other than the inner thoughts of Rome, it was really more Peyton who perpetrated it. So we didn’t start off on the right foot either. Again, as with Rome, I started to like her more in the second half of the book…perhaps after Rome discovered who LSY was. She had some great sassy moments, I LOVED the way she challenged him and didn’t give up on him. How she was willing to look deeper into who he was. I also loved how smart she was, and how confident in her abilities. It was something to be admired. I will admit that I wasn’t sucked into the steamy parts of their relationship AT ALL. Just didn’t connect. But to my surprise I did love the sweet romantic moments between them…again, in the 2nd half. One other standout in this story was Rome’s best friend Hunter. He was HILARIOUS, and I loved every scene he was in. I honestly wish I liked the comedy styles of these authors more, b/c I
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Quick very entertaining read. Looking forward to Hunters story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Loved the characters. The drunk text that started it all, the give and take between Rome and Peyton, the friendship with Hunter. Loved the sexual tension that finally erupted in a fantastic coming together. The only thing that bothered me, not only in this book, but so many, recently, was the cursing. I’m not averse to swearing or even f-bombs. But as a believer in a higher power, I am offended by the taking of the name of Jesus Christ in vain. And it happens so often. Another sign that we have lost respect, not only for God, but for each other. I love a sexy novel as much as the next person, but this type of cursing makes me sad.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The humor flowed through with wit and energy.
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Lisa_Loves_Literature More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars really. Believe it or not, a story that basically started with such a risque letter in the plot was really a pretty sweet story. Sure, there were steamy bits, but they came later, and didn't encompass the whole story. The sexual tension between Rome and Peyton built up throughout the story, and kept me hanging, waiting for it to be gratified, probably as much as the characters themselves felt it! As I've come to expect and look forward to from these two authors, the banter between these two leads, as well as between their friends, had me laughing out loud and thinking to myself how much they reminded me of me and my own friends. Rome and his best friend's conversations were so funny! I love characters like that. And then we had Peyton's friends, who after asking her to come out on Friday evening, and she turns them down to stay home, ask her if that means "no bra". When she confirms that it does, the one friend does say that tops going out for just about any reason. I totally agree. Although they were going out to have chicken strips, which is a weakness of mine! Since we didn't really get much more than the thoughts of what the two wanted to do to each other when they were close until way at the end of the book, this is one of those stories where less can work more than sex right away. It kept the characters straight on their paths and standards for not fooling around in the work place. While I was a little confused at how it seemed Rome couldn't figure out who the anonymous email writer was even with his first few interactions with Peyton, the authors didn't keep it a secret from him way past when it would make sense. Although I did feel that he misunderstood it a bit at first, and that his reaction to her somewhat rejection might have been a little off for his own views of sex with employees, it wasn't dwelt upon in any way that normally I feel is taken too far for dramatic purposes in stories. The amount of time for them to deal with their misunderstandings was realistic in my opinion, and made me really enjoy the story without scoffing at my normal annoyances in a romance. I loved this project from these two authors, and look forward to possible reading more like this from the two of them together possibly, as well as looking forward to reading from each of them independently. This review was first posted on Lisa Loves Literature.
RandysGal69 More than 1 year ago
Author Sara Ney & Author Meghan Quinn are a perfect match as a writing duo! This book is everything. Funny, sweet, sexy, and just straight up relatable in falling for the jerk who you know has a quality you can't resist to not love and want. Rome is that jerk. I swear I was yelling at him for being such a dork but he redeemed himself to me as a further read on. I loved how Peyton is. She goes for it even though its under circumstances that one normally wouldn't go by. These two characters were wonderful to read about and totally kept me entertained. Go get this fun romantic comedy that will keep you laughing and swooning. Go One Click This Must Read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this very much and will be looking for more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could not stop reading. Funny, interesting and riveting!
Hershey07 More than 1 year ago
Meghan Quinn and Sara Ney are two of my favorite authors, so I was incredibly excited that they were writing a book together. They surpassed all of my expectations!!! Not only did this writing duo excite me, but I really liked the premise of the story when I read the synopsis! It was something a bit different, and I loved the secret admirer angle. Peyton has always had a crush on her boss Rome even if he is a jerk!!! Once you begin reading, you will understand what a jerk he really was. However, Peyton has always seen underneath his tough exterior, and believe me, that is a huge accomplishment. One drunken night, she drunk emails him telling him exactly how she feels. Thankfully, she has a genius BFF who works in IT who can keep her identity secret. Of course, Rome being who he is, is infuriated...someone breaking the rules, how dare they? Underneath that defense mechanism, he is somewhat intrigued, and a flirty friendship develops between them online. While at work, Rome becomes more curious about Peyton. She is talented, and she doesn’t back down from him around the office. The banter between these two were hilarious, sexy, and very witty. The chemistry was sizzling, and the writers know how to build the tension between them while doing a great job of making the readers want more!!!! I knew from the beginning I would love Peyton, who couldn’t? Rome was a different story. I, like her friends, at the beginning had no clue what she saw in him. As I got to know Rome, I came to admire him. He is tenacious and has determination. He worked hard to build his company, and I came to respect that. As more of his less serious side was revealed, I then came to love him as well. Rome needed someone in his life like Peyton. She challenged him in ways he couldn’t imagine! I have to love and admire both of these incredibly talented writers. They create fantastic stories and unforgettable characters as individual authors. But, the two of them together are simple magical!!!!!
BookAngel_Emma More than 1 year ago
What a writing partnership, utterly seamless - I hope we will see more from Sara Ney and Meghan Quinn as a partnership. The banter is off the charts providing a lot of laugh out loud moments while reading Peyton is a marketing whizz, and while she enjoys her job as a social media marketing executive it isn't showcasing her full potential. Stepping out of her comfort zone as she turns 30, Peyton takes the plunge and enters the world of self-employment. Along with the celebrations, Peyton lets slip she has an inappropriate crush on their ogre of a boss. So begins an anonymous email account where Peyton can pour all her fantasies directly to the man himself, Rome.  Rome has completely immersed himself in his business to the point where he has lost himself in the process. Weighed down by stress and the launch of a new range only add to Rome's uptight demeanor. When an anonymous and rather sexy email provides a much-needed diversion.  Peyton and Rome quite simply click, they are comfortable with each other and therefore, able to be their true selves with no pretenses. It has been a long time since Rome has been able to do anything like this. The progression of online to real life relationship is cleverly orchestrated and aids to show Rome's vulnerability. I think for me Rome's soft heart that is so well protected by his abundance of barriers is the true appeal of Love Sincerely Yours.  Unfortunately, the path to true love does not run smoothly for Rome and Peyton due to work issues alongside additional stress from competitors. Rome has a tendency to react without fully thinking through the consequences, especially when the consequences cost him the best thing that has ever happened to him. Does Rome redeem himself or are there more factors at work behind the scenes!!!!! I have to add - please let Hunter have his own story 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Do you like an intelligent, sassy, talented heroine? What about a moody, lonely, successful CEO? You have to read this one!
Sasha_E More than 1 year ago
This was a really cute and entertaining story. Quinn and Ney hit the mark with this sweet office romance. I wouldn’t necessarily call this an opposites attract story, but there was a great balance with Peyton’s sweet to Rome’s sour. They have a lot of same views on work ethic and mutual respect on their business goals so it made for an interesting dynamic. Peyton is really lovable. The confidence she had in her work was something that I really liked in her character. She didn’t let Rome scare her off, and her playful nature was just what he needed. Admittedly, It took me a while to to warm up to Rome. He was pretty grumpy and cold. But once the ice melted and he relaxed I enjoyed his POV. The banter between these two put a smile on my face, and I really hope hunter gets a story as well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great new twist on an enemies-to-lovers office romance. Hot, fun and paced (not fast, that’s for sure, but a steady buildup). Tough to put down this story once your start and is there anything more exciting in a new read? Totally enjoyed the witty writing, the character banter and the humor. These two characters were designed to be so far apart from each other and it took someone super stubborn and tough like Peyton to get through Rome’s thick skin. But it was a slow slow burn. They didn’t click right away with an insta-love seen in many novels. That was nice, but once they did start to click it was almost too easy how everything was great. Overall an entertaining read with some solid, if not frustratingly stubborn, characters that were beautifully characterized. And there’s more coming from this writing duo as is hinted at the end. Can’t wait to read the next installment. ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.
Boundlessbookreviews More than 1 year ago
Love, Sincerely, Yours is exactly what you would want in a Romance. Peyton has been crushing on her boss for years, but there’s no way he would even notice her. That is until one fateful night. She decides to make a move, even if she’s drunk as a skunk. I honestly deeply loved this story. It had so many elements to it. I wanted to more of the story, even after it was finished. I wanted more from these characters. They were fun, sexy, and hilarious. It’s like the stars aligned when Sara Ney and Meghan Quinn decided to write a book together. We are the lucky ones who get to read this fantastic story. I laughed out loud, and I’m sure my family thinks I’m crazy. I even teared up. You’re so emotionally invested in these two. You can’t help it. And oh my! is it scorching. The sexual tension between them was intense. Overall, Of course, it’s getting Five Boundless Stars