- File Size: 5238 KB
- Print Length: 119 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: WGW Books, LLC (November 2, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0755WHSZ4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,501 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Thirty Day Boyfriend Kindle Edition
|Length: 119 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Author: Whitney G.
Designation: Standalone Romantic Comedy, Novella, No Cliffhanger
My Rating: Five Sinfully Sexy Stars
Where have you been Whitney G. and why have I not heard of you till now? This may have been my first time reading the fabulously funny prose of Whitney G. but it certainly won't be my last. OMG! I loved, loved, loved Thirty Day Boyfriend! I chuckled, chortled, snickered, snorted, and laughed out loud through the entire book. Without a doubt, one of the cutest books I've read this year. Thirty Day Boyfriend is a well crafted, well edited, fast-paced, easy to follow, outrageously cute, standalone romantic comedy filled to the brim with the perfect combination of beautifully written first-person his/her narrative, sexy snappy dialogue, wonderfully engaging and endearing characters, and a kitten named Luna! And the two protagonists, handsome demanding 'Wolf of Wall Street' boss Nicholas Wolf and beautiful, intelligent and very plucky executive assistant Emily Johnson, were absolutely perfect together! Did I like t his book? No, I LOVED it! Would I recommend it? You bet and I am but only for adult readers since it does contain a whole lot of flirty dirty dialogue and a little bit of dreamy sex! If you enjoy handsome, sex-on-a-stick, wealthy boss, and beautiful, intelligent, plucky employee/fake fiancee romantic comedy tropes, then this book is screaming your name! And don't let the length fool you, it may be short and sweet but it packs quite a punch! Will I read this author again? Abso-freakin-lutely! And finally, was I entertained? Completely!
I received an advanced reader copy of this book for a voluntary and completely honest review.
It's a quick read and I truly wanted just a bit more. But the author manages to fit in a whole lot of love in a short amount of pages perfectly. Nicholas crept under my skin without me looking and Emily was wonderful to watch as the take-charge woman who deserves a life that only the Wolf can give her.
A great book to read between heavier story-lines, it's hard not to walk away loving every word.
4 solid stars!!
Nicholas is a billionaire but Whitney G. manages to make him unique. He doesnt abuse his position, he maintains a proper working relationship with Emily. But the sexual tension is there. We know he wants her. He sabotages her every effort to resign , in a lovable way...
Emily is confident and doesnt let Nicholas get away with anything. She stands up to him and manages his life perfectly.
Emily is also attracted to Nicholas but is weary of starting a relationship with him.
When they enter into a fake relationship, sparks fly.
I loved seeing Emily and Nicholas interact before, during and after the fake couple stages. They will make you LOL and entertain you endlessly.
I loved the part where Emily discovers Nicholas anniversary presents (which she never opened) and what they represented....