Wealthy tattooed rebel boss!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😳🤬😏🤓
The heroine: Gia – she is writing a novel and spent most of her money renting a beach house in the Hamptons. Her friend asks her to fill in for her at her job as a bartender. Gia was absolutely hopeless as a bartender, but ended up with a job as hostess.
The Hero(es): Rush – he is the illegitimate son of a wealthy man who would rather he didn’t exist. Though wealthier grandfather didn’t feel the same and left him a lot of money when he died. Rush own’s a bar, homes and several other businesses in the Hamptons.
The Story: Rush was not happy when Gia was turning away paying customers with her awful drinks. Though he was in a spot and ended up hiring her. He couldn’t keep his eyes or his mind off his new employee. The only problem is that he has a steadfast rule agains dating people that work for him.
I love a dirty talking alpha Hero and Rush was all that and a bag of chips! He was a former tattoo artist and dresses like a rebel, he certainly doesn’t fit in with the preppy boys in the Hamptons. I also liked that the book was dual POV. It was narrated by Maxine Mitchell and Sebastian York. I hadn’t heard Maxine before but I have listened to several books that Sebastian narrated and he is awesome as the alpha male with filthy thoughts and a very dirty mouth.
The story had the two main characters making friends early on and Gia made no bones about the fact that she wants to date Rush but he won’t compromise on his principles despite the fact that he keeps imagining Gia in all sorts of steamy situations. It was great! I also liked the fact that this was a boss employee trope outside the office setting.
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