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- Publication Date: April 19, 2016
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- Language: English
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FL Jacob has given us yet another amazing story and she's managed to tie it to the Black Hollywood series. Liam and Marissa work in the same office, but don't really "notice" each other until a chance encounter. After the first accidental run-in, their chemistry is undeniable. The ease at which their relationship develops is portrayed effortlessly on the pages and when they come together, it's down right combustible.
Liam's realizes and comes to terms with the fact that "the one" might not have been "the one" after all. Then, when he least expects it, the universe aligns, paths are crossed and fireworks erupt. What happens after can only be described as fate.
I loved the idea that love takes precedence over your job. The "rules" of fraternization in the workplace is a real world issue that FL Jacobs brings to the forefront. How can anyone assume to tell us who we can and can not fall in love with? When it's right, it's right and that's all there is to it!
Hang on tight, clean off your desk and prepare to be taken for a ride!
“You’re making it very difficult to be a gentleman.”
“Who asked you to?”
This is another short story from FL Jacob and if you have read Behind the Computer you will recognise Liam as the man that Sawyer left for her cover model. I have to admit, in Behind the Computer I thought Liam was a bit of an ass, but after reading his story my perception of him really changed and I actually felt sorry for him. It just goes to show that there are two sides to every story. However, this is fate at its finest as Liam definitely hadn’t met “the one.” The one comes in the form of Marissa and while this was a tad insta-lust I have come to expect it in shorts. But what the author lacks in word count is definitely made up in an addicting read that will have you rooting for this couple from the very beginning.
“I’m in trouble.” ~ Liam
“How much do you need and where do I need to send the bail money?” ~ Zach
“…I think I’m on a date.” ~ Liam
While Liam and Marissa work in the same office they had never really noticed one another. Liam had been working his fingers to the bone and his head rarely came up for a breather, but it is a chance encounter outside of work that puts these two on one another’s radar. Their chemistry was palpable, their connection was undeniable, office politics…a whole new ball game.
I have to say that the office part of their relationship was handled extremely well, the bedroom was combustible and the easy flowing banter and friendship that these two manage to develop in such a short space of time will leave you in no doubt that these two belonged together. While Liam had been moping around for months after the demise of his relationship he soon gets that twinkle back in his eye and the change in him as soon as Marissa comes into his life and his bed was astounding. Marissa brought out the real Liam and I loved what I saw.
“The way that Marissa and I moved together was so freeing. It didn’t feel robotic or uncertain; it felt like we’d known each other forever and it was just another day that we couldn’t keep our hands off each other.”
Marissa was a tad shy and introvert in the office, she kept her head down and herself to herself, but Marissa had a wild side, especially between the sheets. Liam had certainly met his match with her, but Liam gave her confidence and made her shine so they really did complement each other beautifully.
I also loved Liam’s relationship with his best friend and colleague, there was one conversation that had me chuckling for an age, reminiscent of a similar conversation me and my husband have had in regards to our own daughter.
“Boys would be so much easier; you only have to worry about one dick with boys but with girls you have to worry about all of them.”
So, if you are looking for a quick read that will steam up your kindle then this is the ideal book for you. Fun, flirty and hot and if you haven’t read Behind the Computer I can highly recommend that one too.
I was thrilled when FL first sent me the ARC for this book. While it took me a while to open my kindle to read (thanks, real life!), once I found the time to read Liam's story, I found myself getting through the book faster than I thought I would. Maybe I just read fast, who knows.
Anyway, we first start off with Liam's days after his world collapses from Sawyer breaking up with him. Now, in order to read Inside the Office, you should definitely first pick up Behind the Computer, where we are really first introduced to Sawyer and Liam. So, from Liam's perspective, first we see him starting to move forward with his life. He returns the ring he bought for what he thought was his true love. But fate, ah that glorious fate, has a way of coming into play when you least suspect it.
In Liam's case, that involved bumping into someone and one lacy red thong. When he sees the owner of said thong, he is shocked because he knows the owner oh so well. It turns out, Liam and Marissa are co-workers.
As the novel goes on, we see the relationship begin to bloom between Liam and Marissa. Now, I admit, I was a little...shocked, I guess, at how fast the relationship was moving between these two characters. First, there was flirting, and then suddenly, they're rolling in bed together. When work starts to interfere with their personal lives, it's up to Liam and Marissa to decide if love is worth the risk of making a living through work.
As with all FL's books, there is a HEA, so that was a plus for me as well.
Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy this book. I liked watching Liam move on from Sawyer, and finding his own way. I guess a part of me just wished that Liam and Marissa's relationship did not move as quickly as it did. Otherwise, I would recommend this novel to those of you who love FL's other books.
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Gosh I loved Liam's story. Hot & Sweet. And that he ended up working for Caston = GENIUS! Love how that all tied together. Bravo!