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Brady Lund quickly climbed to the top of my book boyfriend list. He is one of those men you just would love to spend time with. If you could get him to open up to you the way he has done with Lennox. He shows her the parts of himself that even his family rarely sees. That is just mesmerizing. I love how he doesn’t see himself for the unbelievably hot man that he is. Inside he is still the gawky teenager.
Lennox Green is pretty down right badass. She has pulled herself up from a childhood that could have left her down in the gutter. She is a woman with ambition, and she doesn’t hold back even with the big bad CFO, Brady Lund. I’m as taken with her if not more with her as I am with Brady.
I absolutely love love love this book. The banter between Brady and Lennox is everything from hot and steamy to making you giggle. This is not your cookie cutter billionaire romance. When Lorelei puts her mind to doing something different, she hits it out the park every time. I highly recommend spending some quality time with Brady and Lennox!! You will not be sorry you did.
Although not as overtly sexual as most of her other novels, James manages to build a fire not easily extinguished. She writes the familiar billionaire/employee trope with originality, deftly weaving family into the picture. This is another success for James as she continues to demonstrate her versatility in multiple genres. I highly recommend this book to anyone loving contemporary romance.
Brady Lund and Lennox Greene are the perfect story of how opposites attract. Mz James takes the dorky, self-doubting, brainiac hero and pairs him with a wild child, hell-on-wheels, independent heroin who makes it her mission to set Mr CFO to rights. Brady doesn't know what it is about the sexy secretarial floater at LI that has intrigued him but he is determined to seek her out to quench this sudden thirst he has. They stumble through the darkness of self-doubt never realizing what the other sees and is able to bring to the light knowing they had it within them all along. Lennox shows Brady that it is possible to have his cake and eat it too. The Lund family is known for their prestige and wealth but the story focus is on their personalities, what they show the world and what they show those they love making the reader climb inside the pages and become a part of their world and their story.
This is not your typical, cookie-cutter contemporary romance, Lorelei James puts her own unique spin on romance that makes the pages turn, well past when reasonable people close the book and go to bed. Several times I had to stop and remind myself 'I have read this author, stop getting all giddy like you've found a new favorite ice cream flavor'.
"Lately I’d been obsessed with Dexter, mostly because I’d met a lot of psychopaths, but none of them had that slightly warped moral compass—they’d all been just plain crazy."
“You’ll see,” she said sharply. “It’s hard for beautiful women like us, used to having every man look at us and want us, to have those men start looking elsewhere. After you cross into your thirties, the need for male approval consumes you to the point you don’t act rationally.”
“I am. But my mind got stuck on fusion food.”
“Not your favorite?”
“I don’t like my food mixed up.”
"Guess I won’t be making my famous tater tot casserole for you.”
He was an interesting guy. He’d put his art degree to good use in a field where he actually made a great living.
This one did not have the creativity of her western series. The various programs such as at-risk youth did not go into the depth of her other writings.
If this is a new series, I am interested in reading more about the family and the office witch banished to the company's office equivalent of "North Dakota in the winter."
I will re-read this story and always look forward to other works by this author.