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Worst Week Ever (A Long Road to Love Book 1) by [O'Connor, Liza]
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  • File Size: 1924 KB
  • Print Length: 435 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: New Authors Online (July 3, 2013)
  • Publication Date: July 3, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DSAJ7JO
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If you didn't read Liza's first book Saving Casey, you are missing out on a very different type of romance novel, but one that will stay with you long after you finish. I highly recommend it. It is not, however, connected to this new release in any way.
The heroine here, Carrie, is a 4'6″ dynamo who finds herself having the absolute worst week possible. After returning from a business trip she is almost killed, wrongly arrested, drugs half of her friends...the list goes on and on. Oh and yes, she falls for her boss Trent, who is the most exasperating, infuriating, wretched man on earth. The fact that he is devastatingly handsome and a billionaire doesn't qute matter, because he is SO annoying.
In the words of my nineteen year old daughter, "He just sucks."
Yes he does, however, one catches glimpses of his humanilty and his desperate attempts to change himself, and it is for that reason we kind of fall for him. He's human. He makes mistakes. He yells too much and he take people for granted, but he is really just a scared boy inside, who was never god enough for his parents.
Watching him and Carrie dance around their feelings for each other makes this book so enjoyable. You can tell Liza loves her characters is letting them take over their storytelling. There is quite the cast, Sam, the driver (who I don't really like), Mars, the butlers, whom I really do like, (both of them), Tall and Tiny who are hhilarious...the list goes on and on.
The story is fresh and the writing snaps with energy and real life. This will have yo thinking after you close the book-"What did I just read?" And then go back and read it again. this si Book One in The Long Road to Love series, so we don't see if Carrie and Trant end up together. There are three books in all, and I know that Liza has surprises along the way.
Hopefully we won't have to wait too long to find out...Liza did you hear me???
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OMG!!! This book had me crying I was laugh so much. I am not sure if it was suppose to be funny or not but it was!! I loved every minute of it.

This truly could be called the Worst Week Ever!!! If everything bad that could happen to anyone happen to Carrie and Trent, sometime twice a day lol. Carrie and Trent are total opposites of each other which makes them prefect together if they stop dancing around it. Trent is the boss from hell who thinks yelling is the way to get people to do things. Carrie is mild tempered EA who see the man her boss could be had he been taught too. The supporting characters are great! I could go on and on about this book but I don't want to spoil it for anyone. If you want a light read that will make you laugh this is the book for you!

Liza don't change a thing about the writing style or the characters that I have come to really enjoy. I can't wait for more of Trent and Carrie.
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This little girl might be a small package but she can sure come up with big trouble. She keeps going from one mess to another. It keeps you wondering what's next? Take the time and enjoy the book. I sure did..
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Carrie is a cute-as-a-pie heroine with a ton of sassy dialogue. She might be tiny is size, but she can stand as tall as the rest of them. Trent is her uber-rich high-society boss, but theirs is not your normal employer/employee relationship. It's challenging, all-consuming, and completely off the charts. As they battle their worst week ever on the job, anything that can go wrong, does, and on a scale which draws the reader in. All the characters are so well developed with personalities that jump off the page, and I loved that most about this book. This is a romance with a twist, so expect a few chuckles as each disaster unfolds. Carrie and Trent certainly have a minefield to navigate on their way to reaching their HEA.
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I enjoyed the unexpected events and fast paced, tongue in cheek craziness of this story. Carrie is Executive Assistant to a rich and rather incompetent company owner. The impossibly bad employees of his company are close to pulling it down. Absurd situations pile upon her head as she struggles to first straighten her overbearing boss out so that any decent employees who are lurking in the shadows will be willing to carry the company forward as the undermining one's are let go. The relationship between Carrie and her foul tempered boss is convincing because of the deft weighting of the author. Be prepared to suspend your rational beliefs about the business world and simply enjoy.
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By Booklover82 on September 12, 2013
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I downloaded the book due to the book description and all the good reviews. Although the story as a whole kept me engaged, the characters Trent and Carrie were simply ridiculous. Trent was a man child, a tyrant, abusive and just simply a douche bag from beginning to finish. Carrie had the lowest self esteem I've ever heard of. I felt she needed therapy to do some self reflecting as to why she allowed herself to be abused. Who falls in love with a boss like Trent? Trent already said women left him despite the millions to billions he had. Now that ought of been a red flag to Carrie, including all the other obvious ones. Although both characters fell in love with each other, the likelyhood of the relationship lasting is less than 10%. On my last note, I was disappointed that the author made Sam's character so strong but didn't go into more detail as to why Sam had a job for life, how he came to own his own bar and as to why he was annoyed as to always getting Trent's leftovers. Obviously Sam and Mars knew why but the author didn't clue us readers into the secret: Sam being Trent's illegitimate brother (my own assumption). Maybe this author plans to clear it up in the second book but I won't be downloading the book to find out. I have run out of patience for the attitude/behavior of Trent's character and Carrie's self loathing.
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