CODE NAME: UNDERTOW
The ladies see this wave coming at them, and they don’t know whether to swim away, or toward it.
It won’t matter. They call me Undertow for a reason. Nights with me are sweet agony. I grab ‘em and sweep ‘em away.
I’m a wild spirit. No one has tied me down, and no one has come back from the pull of the undertow.
Except now, with this latest client…I don’t know what end is up. She has my head spinning. For the first time, I’m not thinking about the paycheck.
I’m thinking about forever.
* * *
My whole plan hinges on this promotion. My education, my previous advancements, and my move across the country have landed me in prime position for the biggest promotion of my life.
There’s just one problem.
I’m a woman.
In company history, they’ve never promoted a woman to a V.P. position. The boys’ club wants to stay just that: an unscalable wall for a female to climb.
I need an ace in the hole. A guy that can play the part of big time alpha while still making me shine.
I’m not looking for anything long term. Just a one night gig to pull off the impossible. After that, I’ll set him loose, no problem.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Undertow was another great addition to this series. I started them as the first was a free download and got hooked right away. The covers are hot and the books are definately steamy but they are also laugh out loud funny. I was not expecting that with the first one as I didn't read about it before reading. Ethan and Kaylee meet when she hires him as a date to a company dinner. She needs just the right man to make her look good for a promotion she is vying for at work. Old fashioned company and she knows she has to look twice as good as anyone else since she is a woman. Ethan has a bit of a weird streak and he high jacks their getting to know each other dinner interview and takes her to meet his friends for dessert. Kaylee isn't sure whether to run or fall for Ethan. Their adventures are no less entertaining than in the previous books. Love Willow Summers writing style. I recommend this book and the entire series.
Every book in this series just seems to get better and better. I love how Ethan is portrayed in this book, as being just a little bit creepy. It gives him an extra twist that makes him interesting. I love it that I can read these books, and laugh out loud and still get all the feels.