Some of you may have noticed that I am a pretty big fan of the romance genre. I am a equal opportunity kind of reader, I will read heterosexual, gay, lesbian, trans, threesome, polyamory – pretty much if it has romance in it, I will read it.
I run a private ‘Smut Lovers Reading Club/Book Club’ online, which just means that myself and a few friends, share pics of books we’re reading and then posts little reviews of them after we have finished them. I thought I would share these little mini reviews on my blog, to help share the romance love ❤
A Bargain with the Boss
Blurb: For years, Tuck Tucker has played the role of carefree billionaire. Yet when his brother goes MIA, Tuck takes over the family empire. He knows what he has to do—and who he needs. Getting his brother’s dedicated assistant to help, however, is tricky. Amber Bowen is smart, sexy and determined to keep his brother’s whereabouts a secret. But everyone has a weakness, and Tuck won’t lose a fortune…or an opportunity with Amber. He’s found the perfect way to tempt her into making a bargain with the boss.
Length: 208 pages.
Series: Chicago Sons #3.
Read as an: eBook.
My Thoughts: I was pleasantly surprised with this book. As this was a quick pick I made through my libraries online eBooks, I wasn’t really expecting that much. I was also expecting the book to maybe be a tad cringeworthy, mainly in regards to the boss/secretary relationship and the power dynamics of that, but I was quite surprised that the book had a detailed discussion between the two characters about sexual harassment in the workplace. I loved that the book addressed that!
Over all I really enjoyed the book, there was a Happily Ever After, (I know right, mind blown 😛 ) but in a way that was quite nice and mindful of the HR department. Also as expected, having the main character called Tucker Tucker never failed to make me smile. I will be honest with you, this was the main reason I chose the book, with a name like that how could you not read it?
Smut Level: Eh. There was some sexiness but was vague and kinda poetic in a way. The book is from the Desire line though, so it fits.
What did you think? Do you like the new feature? Are there any romance novels that you love to read? let me know in the comments, I would love to hear from you 🙂