Going back to work was supposed to be a painless transition, but when my new boss turns out to be an arrogant, cocky jerk, he quickly turns my professional life into a world of torture. Okay, fine, calling him an asshat before knowing he was my boss wasn’t my finest moment. Hating him should be easy. I just never counted on him being so gorgeous or charming when he’s not annoying me.
I expected my new assistant to be professional and punctual, but all I’m getting are dirty looks and rude comments. I should fire the little hellion, but instead all I can think about is bending her over my desk and breaking every rule I’ve ever made for myself.
One look. One touch. One night. If we break the rules, our lives will never be the same again.
Good thing rules were made to be broken. And besides, it feels so good to Tempt the Boss.
Austin needs a capable assistant. Someone who can deal with him and keep his schedule straight. While he’s trying to handle business while driving (insert don’t text & drive PSA here), he hits a gorgeous but frustrating woman. And what do you know, she’s his new assistant. Too bad he has the rule about not getting involved with coworkers….
Like I said, this book was hysterical. I can’t imagine doing even half of the pranks Lauren and Austin pulled on each other. I might think them but never would actually do them. So this sort of assuaged the curiosity of what would happen should one pull pranks.