- File Size: 3265 KB
- Print Length: 322 pages
- Publisher: Linda Kage; 1 edition (March 2, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 2, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079C497SK
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #552,524 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kissing the Boss: A Cinderella Story (Fairy Tale Quartet Book 2) Kindle Edition
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For some reason, I can not get into this new series. I didn’t make it past the sample on Monster Among the Roses. I’m not a reader who needs to read every book in a series in order to enjoy it, so I had no problem trying this one. The sample for Kissing the Boss was interesting enough to buy, but it just didn’t sustain my interest.
This is a difficult review to write not only because I love Linda Kage, but because it’s hard to identify why it wasn’t working for me. I just got bored and started flipping pages. Even the romantic scenes between Ezra and Kaitlynn didn’t interest me. Neither of them was particularly compelling, nor was the conflict. There wasn’t much direct interaction with the villain. Ezra didn’t seem very strong, and Kaitlynn was a perfect Pollyanna that was a bit over the top. Two stars because I finished the book, but I didn’t really care about it.
I think there is hope for me with the rest of the series. I really like Kaitlynn’s brothers, and I’m guessing they are up next. I also recommend most of her other books. It’s even better if you read her series in order, because the couples continue to pop up in the other books. The Granton University series was just finished last year, and all three books are excellent.
As the series name suggest this is a four book series. The first was a twist on Beauty and the Beast and the brother of Isobel (the beast) is the hero in this book. Two characters that you meet in this book will be the heroes of the other two books. I love how the author is tying all the characters together even though each book is another modern “fairy tale”story.
Kaity is one of those characters that you will just love. Unfortunately she has been handed a raw deal. When her father passed, he left everything to her stepmother, including her father’s business that she has dreamed of running since she was a small girl. Kaity is kind and sweet and tries to find the good in everyone. Instead of fighting and getting revenge on Lana, she plans on taking over the company in a different way, even if it means dealing with Lana’s crap and if it takes her longer than expected. At the company Halloween party she meets her Prince Charming, all though in this case it wasn't exactly in the form of a prince.
Ezra Nash owns half of her father’s company. We met him in the first book and I was so excited to see that this was his story. He may be this big corporate CEO of the company but he is sweet, caring and just an amazing guy. When he meets Kaity for the first time there is this instant connection that I absolutely loved. Their connection was one that was just so genuine and real. From the moment they met you could feel it, between the flirty banter and the scorching first kiss you knew they were meant to be. But Ezra has no idea who she is and when he finds out it could ruin everything!! Even if he can get past it, there will still be obstacles in their way, in the form of an evil step-monster who wants Ezra herself. Hmmmmm, will she be able to break these two apart?
Kissing the Boss was a fun and light read and one that I devoured. I read this book in one sitting and never wanted to put it down. I loved Ezra and Kaity together. It was if they knew each other for longer than they did. The flirting and just the way they were around each other was just so fun to watch. I loved everything about them. I loved the relationship she had with her step-brother Brick. Linda Kage did an amazing job with this book. I loved how she re-told this epic fairy tale, in a unique, fun and kind of quirky way. I mean when you see how these two met and who they were dressed as will have you laughing. I cannot wait for the next one.