Who's the Boss? : An Enemies to Lovers Romantic Comedy Kindle Edition
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- File size : 1102 KB
- Publication date : October 19, 2020
- Print length : 206 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B08HX85RH7
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #48,602 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In ‘Who’s The Boss’ we meet Isla and Sean. Isla and Sean meet in an elevator and one thing is immediately certain.. they really don’t like each other. But they also have this chemistry between them, that is very hard to deny. So when Isla walks into work one day.. and sees that Sean is her new boss, she is completely shocked. Not only is the guy she hates her new boss, but he also might be the one guy that she is attracted to the most.
‘Who’s The Boss’ was from the very beginning a very fun read. I loved how this book was a little different that the previous books by Erin McCarthy I read. These two main characters really didn’t like each other, and it was definitely fun to read their banter. But I loved the fact that they also had this palpable chemistry between them. And them being chefs was also really fun. I just love cooking, so that was a nice plus.
The character I liked the most was Sean. I liked how tough and fun he was. But I loved especially how kind of awkward and clumsy he was at times with Isla. He said stuff to Isla that really made me laugh out loud. Obviously this made Isla dislike him more in the beginning, but reading this book from both their point of view showed me what Sean really thought.. and he definitely said stuff he didn’t mean to say. So funny.
The ending of this book was a little unexpected and I’m not really sure I liked it all that much. Just the way Isla acted by going on that stage just felt off to me. But fortunately it didn’t bother me to much and the romance, characters and humor was good enough to make this a very fun read to me.
This book has a trope that isn't my favorite. This story is enemies to lovers and I don't love when a couple doesn't like each other at first meeting. But they hate doesn't last too long and the way it is written didn't hinder my enjoyment. I liked Isla and Sean together. Isla was a tough cookie and had trouble opening up, but she did eventually soften up for Sean. He had a manwhore past that was a turn off to me, but he wasn't interested in anyone else after he met Isla. He soon saw he was ready to settle down with her. Isla and Sean had good chemistry and emotion between them. I definitely felt their love. They were really cute together in the end. I thought the chef and cooking aspect was fun to read about, as well.
Overall, this was an enjoyable read! I liked Isla and Sean's story and was happy to see them together. They were definitely each other's person and deserved their HEA. I really enjoy this series and look forward to more from it and Ms. McCarthy!
Ms. McCarthy wrote a wonderful, funny and smexy story that should not be missed. She provided a tale full of sexual chemistry, humor, and endearing characters giving Isla and Sean a chance for love and the possibility of a future together. I highly recommend Who’s the Boss to other readers.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.