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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Pleasing the Boss by Emma C Shortt

Title: Pleasing the Boss
Author: Emma C. Shortt
Sub-Genre(s): Contemporary, Erotic
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Publication Date: November 12, 2011
Format: eBook from Author
Reviewer: Sam
Rating: 4.5 Cups

A chance meeting in a bar leads to the most erotic night of Pam's life. Only when she awakes, Gabe is gone, and naturally she doesn't expect to see him again. Until Monday morning that is, when she arrives at the office...and meets her new boss.

For Gabe, one night was never going to be enough. He wants Pam again and intends to have her. Will she be able to look past their working relationship? And if so, will she be able to please her boss?

I have to say with this one I was caught by the title, Pleasing the boss, how can that not be a good read? I wasn’t wrong.  Emma Shortt has written another highly erotic but deeply romantic reads. 
Pam and Gabe hit it off one night in a bar and they go back to her place and have some very hot and steamy sex. What Pam doesn’t know is Gabe is in fact her new boss and telling you the rest of the story would simply spoil it. 
Pam and Gabe are two wonderful characters that you will instantly fall in love with. What I really liked was as the chapters changed so too did the character. So at one time you were in Pam’s point of view and then the next chapter you were in Gabe and what I found interesting was how attuned the other was to their feelings. 
This is a well-written book. The only disappointment for me was that it had to end. I didn’t want it to end. 

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