I like what Ms. Kirk did with her female lead right out of the box. Mia was driven, intelligent, and on her way to truly being someone to be admired. It’s been much too long since I saw a heroine painted in such a successful light, so mad props for that.
With Mia’s insane schedule it’s understandable that she wouldn’t have the time or energy for romance, but then the twist arrives. His name is Jordan and with his dark looks, talented tongue ( in more ways than one :Wink: ) he’s sexy as sin and hell on the heart. Jordan is more than the boss’s son; he’s Miia’s ex-flame. If you don’t know how messy the mixture of romance and work place can be, consider yourself lucky and forewarned.
This story had all the makings of a great book: strong characters, good background, and plenty of road blocks to keep you wondering if the couple will ever reach their happy ever after. I liked where I thought It was headed, but then there was a crash when it ended abruptly. Lose ends were left untied, the reconciliation was rushed and the characters were robbed of their true potential. Ms. Kirk has some serious skills. But I don’t think this
successfully show cases them. I’d definitely read another one of her books.