Do you love some SIZZLE with your romance? Sparks fly, passion collides, and the story heats up. I love stories which feature characters who are sexy and passionate for each other. The tension and desire makes for a better story, especially when it's an important part of the characters and the story.
KJ Holliday's new release, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, is one of those books. The two main characters scorch the pages as they clash in the office. Toss in a bit of hilarity and you have a winning combination and a must read book.
Now available... be sure to grab a copy for yourself.
A fun, sexy love story that swaps the narrative of most modern-day office romances.
Caroline Westbrook, the second-generation CEO of her family’s Fortune 500 Company, wanted nothing more than to make Westbrook, LLC uber profitable. When her boyfriend dumps her because she works too much, she isn’t all that surprised. It wasn’t the first time, and it probably wouldn’t be the last.
Enter Colton Bowman, who waltzes into her office late on a Friday night like he owns the place. The disaster of both of their days begins with a drink, and ends with him tossing up her skirts over the side of her desk in the early hours of the morning.
Neither of them expected their night together would leave them wanting more, or that a chance encounter in the company break room a few weeks later would prompt Caroline to do something stupid. She’d just gotten out of a relationship, and didn’t have any desire to jump into another one, but that didn’t stop her from seeking Colton out and tumbling them into a series of sexual encounters that left them both sweaty and satisfied.
Figuring out what she really wants outside of work, while also navigating the intricacies of a potential relationship in modern day Corporate America, proves to be anything but business as usual.
Her eyes scanned his face, searching for anything that showed what she was about to do wasn’t completely unwelcome. His gaze flicked down to her lips, and he swallowed thickly. He may as well have painted her a picture of the word he’d just uttered.
“Can you keep a secret?”
He faltered a bit but quickly recovered. “Of course.”
“Good,” she breathed, closing the distance between them and pressing her lips to his.
About the Author:
I started writing when I was nine years old. I was in love, it was poetry, and it was absolutely awful. I’ve always loved the written word, and at the age of thirteen I started posting short stories on various free platforms. Short stories grew to multi chapter novellas, which eventually turned to novels. Since then I’ve written hundreds of thousands of words, self-published five short stories, one novel, and am now working with Inkspell Publishing to publish my work.
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