Sweet Surrendering by Chelsea M. CameronPublication Date: October 14, 2013
Length: 364 pages
Kindle Edition: $2.99
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She’s his boss. He doesn’t care. This office isn’t big enough for the two of them…
When Rory Clarke ends up hiring the guy she spent one steamy night with to be her administrative assistant, she's determined to keep things professional.
Lucas Blaine has other plans for her. He wants Rory, and it’s hard to resist his stunning blue eyes, chin dimple and the way he fills out a suit. Everywhere she looks, there he is, giving her a panty-melting smile and pulling her away for the most amazing (and satisfying) sex she’s ever had in her life.
What starts off as one sexual encounter turns into multiple trysts in and out of the office and the lines she’d tried to draw so carefully are blurring. But the closer they get, the more Rory realizes that there are things about Lucas she doesn’t know, things he’s hiding from her. She’ll have to decide if she can surrender to her feelings or get out while she still can.
Overall Rating: 3
I don’t want just nights. I want mornings. And mid-mornings and late mornings and noons and afternoons and evenings and everything in between. Sunrises and sunsets and twilight. I want it all.
Rory Clarke is in dire need of a new assistant after her old one retired when Lucas Blaine goes into her office unexpectedly and requests for an interview. Sparks fly between them but how can they continue on their relationship when she's his boss?
Hot as hell. This book was filled with passion ,(and by passion I mean sex scenes)love and a little bit of the forbidden. Rory was the kind of woman who is confident in her own skin and is very successful but when she meets Lucas she throws professionalism out of the window and had a relationship with Lucas.
Lucas was straight forward and tries to get what he wants every time. I would have given this book a five star rating but towards the end, I feel that the author was rushing to finish this book and ended up with a very poorly written ending.
Received digital edition from publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.