If you must go to battle, let it be with someone as deliciously devious as Carver Jones. Handsome, confident and passionate. Determined to run the business his father left him in charge to run. Not as President. Oh no. As the rightful CEO of Jones + Gallum. He’s a shoe end for the job,or so he believes. Carver Jones certainly was not planning on Amity Gallum to step up to challenge him when her father decides to step aside.
Amity and Carver have a history of friendship, shared conversations and humiliation. A humiliation that changes Amity and her outlook on relationships, love and men for a very long time. Hurts are always more magnified when we are teenagers. But Jones + Gallum is something that she wants just as much as Carver. No way will she let anything stand in her way… including a body made for sin, mind drugging kisses and a mind so very sharp.
Oh, this was one little burning hot office romance. I hated when it was over. It seemed we were just getting to know Carver and Amity and then we had to say goodbye. Steamy, dirty fun. Carver has a mouth that made my toes curl and had me re-reading everything he said, but even with his amazing looks and charm, Carver had his moments of doubt and insecurity. Not to mention regret. Amity has a fierceness and drive that made me want to stand up and cheer! Talk about GIRL POWER! But the strongest, most intelligent woman wants to know that she’s loved and appreciated.
This was so much fun, seriously sexy and a great read! A fast paced page turner that’s engaging from the very first paragraph, Adriana has written another winner! Fantastic!
Five Hot Office Romance Kisses!
Carver Jones’ partner at Jones + Gallum had to step down for medical reasons. He’s absolutely devastated. He swears. Just ignore his cheeky grin, okay?
When word reaches his fancy corner office that Gallum is replacing himself with his daughter, Amity, Carver is ecstatic.
For real this time.
Jones squashes men in the business industry flat. A woman? Pfst. He’ll be completely in charge in no time, doing whatever he wants. He’s so ready for this.
But is he ready to fight the hardest fight of his life? No, not the one to maintain control of his company. The one to keep control of his heart.
The battle may begin in the boardroom, but the war will definitely be won in the bedroom. May the best sex win.
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“There’s a woman here to see you, Mr. Jones,” Marisa chirps through the line.
“Send her in.”
Swiping a set of files from the corner of my desk, I spread them in front of me in a haphazard, I’ve-been-doing-this-all-day, kind of way. Not that I haven’t been working since before the sun came up. I have. But that’s not the point.
The point is this: first impressions matter most. It sets the stage for every other interaction, regardless of the relationship. And the relationship I’m about to have with Amity Gallum, as co-CEO’s of Jones + Gallum, will be the most important one in my life.
Hell, it might be the only one in my life, but that’s irrelevant.
The door handle flicks. I bow my head and appear to be so invested in the numbers in front of me that I don’t hear it. I’ll force her to break the ice. I don’t break for anyone.
My stomach begins to knot as I wait for her to say something. I imagine her standing in the doorway, a load of binders in her hand, as she looks at me over the top of those clunky glasses she wore when we were kids. I hope to God she upgraded those in the last twenty years.
Frustration grows with each second she doesn’t bother to speak, and after more moments than I care to admit, I finally look up.
One thing is clear—this isn’t Amity Gallum. There’s no way this stunner is the braces-wearing, freckle-faced, nerdy little girl I knew in elementary school. No. Freaking Way.
After making a quick mental note to tell Marisa to not assume I know who is here to see me, I feast my eyes on the voluptuous visitor. My lips twist into a smirk as I try to keep myself composed. “Good afternoon,” I say smoothly.
“Yes, it is.”
It takes every bit of effort I can manage to keep my jaw from dropping. Even after all this time, I recognize that voice.
Black stilettos do nothing but extend long, lean legs that are capped off with a black skirt. A white top, rounded at the chest by a full set of tits, has a tailored black jacket on top. Loose, blonde curls touch her shoulders.
She. Definitely. Upgraded.
“Can I help you?” I grin, rifling through all the ways I can–and hope to be–helping her later.
Her blue eyes pin me to my chair, clearly unamused by my reaction to her “fuck me” body. “No, but I can help you find a restraining order if you don’t stop looking at me like that, Carver.”
“Like what?” I grin.
“Like you’re a ten-year-old boy that wants to pick me for Seven Minutes in Heaven.”
“You still think about that?”
“Yes,” she smiles. “You come to mind any time any guy is being an asshole.”
With a half-laugh, I try to rebound. “That’s no way to talk to your boss.”
A fire lights up her eyes. “Let’s get one thing straight: you are not my boss. We are co-CEO’s of this company.” Her narrow shoulders throw back, her mouth forming a tight, thin line. “If you think you’re going to bend me over, you have another think coming.”
“Do you prefer another position?”
“I don’t like you,” she glares. “I won’t like you. And,” she says, storming in and getting comfortable on the sofa across from my desk, “if you get in my way, I will make you pay.”
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