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Title: Yes, Please
Author: Willow Summers
Publisher: Published December 21st 2015 by Hazy Dawn Press, Inc
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Hunter Carlisle doesn't take no for an answer I have no job, a mountain of bills, and I'm a month away from homelessness. It can't get any worse. CEO prodigy Hunter Carlisle is looking for an admin, and he's picked me. Filthy rich and sinfully handsome, he's the bachelor everyone wants. But he has a secret. In order to keep the job, he'll require me to f*ck, whenever and howev Hunter Carlisle doesn't take no for an answer I have no job, a mountain of bills, and I'm a month away from homelessness. It can't get any worse. CEO prodigy Hunter Carlisle is looking for an admin, and he's picked me. Filthy rich and sinfully handsome, he's the bachelor everyone wants. But he has a secret. In order to keep the job, he'll require me to f*ck, whenever and however he wants. No hearts, no flowers, no falling in love--just sex so good it should be illegal. That's not my kinda bag. I like to hold onto control with both hands. But Hunter Carlisle is a man that gets what he wants, and he wants to make the rules. My only defense is saying no, but everything in my body wants to say yes... **This is book one in a four part series, each book full length, intended for 18+. Each book has a mini-HEA to tide the reader over leading to an overall HEA and epilogue. This is a spicy book with a little humor and a few shenanigans thrown in.

30 review for Yes, Please

  1. 4 out of 5

    Britney

    This was good! Sort of has a fifty shades feel without all the bdsm and on a much lighter scale. Definitely a HFN but it was happy enough for me and I really don't like when things don't end happy. There's some angst, but it's hard to explain and not an issue in the present time per say but I see I can see some major angst in the future with these two so I'm a little Leary of continuing with the series but I liked this one a lot! I like Olivia the main character a lot and several supporting char This was good! Sort of has a fifty shades feel without all the bdsm and on a much lighter scale. Definitely a HFN but it was happy enough for me and I really don't like when things don't end happy. There's some angst, but it's hard to explain and not an issue in the present time per say but I see I can see some major angst in the future with these two so I'm a little Leary of continuing with the series but I liked this one a lot! I like Olivia the main character a lot and several supporting characters. Hunter I like, but not gonna lie, he needs some work ☺️

  2. 4 out of 5

    Runningrabbit

    Sexual Commuter Quotient: Well, I shelved this in 'hot & steamy' and it definitely filled in the burning hot and steamed up. Read on public transport...mmm, maybe, if you're good at tuning out the general public and you're not bothered about surrounding geeks and creeps. Soundtrack: Walk this world with me https://youtu.be/vzIE4j3TOlE Kindle 99c This book was a romance read extraordinaire. A win/win for me. Willow Summers is another pen name for K F Breene who can't seem to make a step wrong wi Sexual Commuter Quotient: Well, I shelved this in 'hot & steamy' and it definitely filled in the burning hot and steamed up. Read on public transport...mmm, maybe, if you're good at tuning out the general public and you're not bothered about surrounding geeks and creeps. Soundtrack: Walk this world with me https://youtu.be/vzIE4j3TOlE Kindle 99c This book was a romance read extraordinaire. A win/win for me. Willow Summers is another pen name for K F Breene who can't seem to make a step wrong with me. There isn't anything in terms of plot here that hasn't been done before, but the depth of characterisations and it's realistic flavour hit the spot for me. The main character is someone completely identifiable, and Mr Tall Dark & Handsome has a nice complexity to him. The storyline itself isn't original, but the writing and storyline combined are expertly drawn out and despite plots like this one that often come out as forced and verging on the ridiculous, these characters together with the tale come off just fine. In some ways I am sure people attempt to compare this with 50 Shades of Grey, however, I find that comparison insulting. Whereas 50 didn't make the novel interesting or even remotely believable, these characters manage to put out something tangible without jumping feet first towards the inane and ridiculous. This novel also doesn't try to squeeze out some gratuitous BDSM to inject a modicum of interest into something that is unbelievable bordering towards the ludicrous in order to garner reader attention. This book actually has a story to tell. This book puts romance in the workplace with a bit of saucy stuff to fit right in and I'm looking forward to the next one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Anne OK

    Blurb caught my attention and the price was right -- FREE! Fans of the Fifty Shades revolution will probably enjoy the antics at work here. It runs the same gambit and not much new or refreshing to add to what has been done over and over. A little less than well-developed at this point, and you're going to have to wait for more on Olivia and Hunter. Yes, prepare yourself to be left standing alone and asking why. Not a bad read if this is your preference and it was free.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    Now I knew buying this book ( short story) that it was right at 200 pages, I know I don't normally buy a book less than 300 pages so shame on me for being pi**ed its so short!! The concept of the book seemed familiar (think FSOG, pretty women) but I'm a sucker for smart/ feisty down on their luck girls making it to the top and finding love scenarios. So I took a chance bought a short story thinking it would be a story, even being book one I thought it'll wrap everything up and the next book will Now I knew buying this book ( short story) that it was right at 200 pages, I know I don't normally buy a book less than 300 pages so shame on me for being pi**ed its so short!! The concept of the book seemed familiar (think FSOG, pretty women) but I'm a sucker for smart/ feisty down on their luck girls making it to the top and finding love scenarios. So I took a chance bought a short story thinking it would be a story, even being book one I thought it'll wrap everything up and the next book will be their continued story. Wrong!!! Story just ends, nothing is wrapped up and loads left unanswered!! WTF is wrong with finishing a freaking story anymore, why do authors feel the need to extort every penny from their readers?! This just sucks!! I want a beginning a middle and somewhat of an ending even if it just wraps up most of the story to continue on in the next book It's not great but I can handle it. This though, this whole just stopping at a chapter everything left hanging bull**it is for the birds. I would love to find out what happens to these characters as it truly was an interesting story and I enjoyed the chemistry between the MC, sexy times, yea buddy.! However, I will decline, if you want my following then you have to respect me as a reader and give me a whole freaking book!!! Wasted 99¢, and time. This could have easily been a 4 star read had it been completed. Don't waste time and frustration on this book! :(

  5. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    I just wanted a silly smutty book to read, this was free and it fit the bill, so why not? I ended up reading the whole thing in one sitting. It's basically a mixture of the movie "Pretty Woman" (no kissing allowed and she goes shopping with his money) and the book Fifty Shades of Grey (I actually haven't read that but I know that they are both supposed to be plain but pretty, are a bit adorably awkward at times, and have a special contract with a high powered CEO). I actually thought this was pr I just wanted a silly smutty book to read, this was free and it fit the bill, so why not? I ended up reading the whole thing in one sitting. It's basically a mixture of the movie "Pretty Woman" (no kissing allowed and she goes shopping with his money) and the book Fifty Shades of Grey (I actually haven't read that but I know that they are both supposed to be plain but pretty, are a bit adorably awkward at times, and have a special contract with a high powered CEO). I actually thought this was pretty good for what kind of book it is, but it just sort of ends. It's one of those annoying things where the author wrote one book and seemingly decided to cut it up into several books. So it's not a series so much as a continuation of the previous book. I'll still read the next one, but the principle of the thing annoys me.

  6. 5 out of 5

    KiBo

    Ok I'll be honest with you about this book. When I read the book description, I wasn't going to buy it. Why? Because ever since 50 Shades it seems like everyone needs a contract for sex. BUT, then I discovered that Willow Summers is the alter-ego of one of my all time favorite authors, K. F. Breene. That is all I needed to know to 1-click her newest creation. And let me say, I'm sooooooooo glad that I did because I absolutely loved it! I, like most hot-blooded women, lust me a sinfully gorgeous, Ok I'll be honest with you about this book. When I read the book description, I wasn't going to buy it. Why? Because ever since 50 Shades it seems like everyone needs a contract for sex. BUT, then I discovered that Willow Summers is the alter-ego of one of my all time favorite authors, K. F. Breene. That is all I needed to know to 1-click her newest creation. And let me say, I'm sooooooooo glad that I did because I absolutely loved it! I, like most hot-blooded women, lust me a sinfully gorgeous, mysterious, wealthy man. And this book definitely has one (I'll get to him later). However, I enjoyed reading this book due to the heroine, Olivia Johnston. Miss Olivia was smart, witty, down-to-earth, sassy and sexy. I love the way Summers/Breene creates heroines that are likeable and easy to associate with as a woman. Not to strong, not to weak, but just right. As for Mr. Hunter Carlisle, of course he's drop dead gorgeous but what appeals to me the most is the fact of how silently mysterious he is. He doesn't say a lot but when he does talk, OMGosh it ill have you grabbing your heart while attempting to keep y0ur panties on! Only bad thing ... I have to wait for the second book. BOOOOOO!!!!!!!! Anyway, LOVED this book and I might even consider forgiving Breene for ending the Darkness Series (I miss Toa!)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sultan * Baby Mama Smut-a-teer*

    I got lost in this book. It hooked me from the first page and before I knew it it was over. I can't wait to dive into the next book. However one down fall is the buy of each next part. The stories are short yet the price for each one is high. However as I said it hooked me from the jump so I'm going to see what book 2 is all about, if it's anything like book one I fear I maybe going broke buying the rest of this series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    ~*~Princess Nhya~*~

    Man, I just couldn't with these two... It's just too forced. Too unrealistic, too not enough of anything to keep me here. Stopped reading at the 35% mark

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Mariampillai

    This was a FSOG like book. The characters were okay. I thought Olivia was an okay character, but could have been more relatable. Also, I thought Hunter was good, but I wanted to know more about his past. The storyline was good, but could have been better. The ending was good. Recommended for fans of FSOG. Overall, an okay read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    HeatherTX

    Good stuff here, IMO of course! Off to buy Now, Please...need more Hunter and Olivia.

  11. 4 out of 5

    H.R.

    The only thing that would have made this more interesting is if we had Hunter's POV as well!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Haha I read this and never added it. Fun for what it was but nothing super great and I don't have any desire to read any more in the series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    "Business. Blessed, unfeeling business."- Olivia Lovely well written sexy and erotically hot "almost" romance story. Allow me to explain the "almost". Ms. Summers sets the stage with first our heroine, Olivia who is hanging on financially by her fingernails. She is a recent graduate from a prestigious university and her friends all are monied and she is not. She has just experienced rejection from a boyfriend of this social circle. Apparently she did not measure up to his standards, even though t "Business. Blessed, unfeeling business."- Olivia Lovely well written sexy and erotically hot "almost" romance story. Allow me to explain the "almost". Ms. Summers sets the stage with first our heroine, Olivia who is hanging on financially by her fingernails. She is a recent graduate from a prestigious university and her friends all are monied and she is not. She has just experienced rejection from a boyfriend of this social circle. Apparently she did not measure up to his standards, even though those standards are shallow and blatantly pecuniary. She does not understand her worth or realize how beautiful and attractive she truly is. Our hero, Hunter Carlisle is a extraordinarily young CEO brilliant at business and of course too beautiful for words. He is an intense man whose whole life and focus is about business. He is engaged in name only for some business purpose that isn't made clear. He hires a new Personal Assistant every 2-3 years and he happens to be hiring now. It an unique, privileged and highly prized position wherein the woman who is hired is taught and mentored in business, introduced to valuable business connections, paid in the six figures with a credit card to buy appropriate clothing in the judgment of Mr. Carlisle and ultimately given a position befitting her talents in the corporation he owns. There is however a secret clause which spells out a Dominant but mutually satisfying sexual relationship without emotional feelings. Mr. Carlisle prefers to see to his sexual needs while at work with no fuss about it. Rule #1- no kissing. (Trust me you will be reading this and the whole time waiting, anticipating, practically dying for these two to kiss.) This is a wonderful set-up which highlights the feisty and principled nature of our heroine as she is the first one ever to turn this man down. And for the first time ever he pursues her to sign his "unique" employment contract. Olivia tentatively agrees to try it for a month. We watch as Hunter's business mask begins to slip. But each time it slips a little further, he shores up his resolve to maintain the structure for sexual satisfaction he set in place. Again however, he begins to seek out more than simple companionship and cold sexual relations. There is something honest and wholesome about the beauty of Olivia that seems to be wearing him down and burrowing into his heart. The author gives us a little backstory and introduces us to the rogue that Hunter's father shows himself to be. There is intrigue building but you have to read it yourself to see if the longed for "kiss" happens in this book or the next book for which the author seems to be setting the stage. I just may be curious enough to bite. She has me caring about these two. So if you love the "impossible" love and the heroine is not sure if she will settle for anything less than love, trope. Boy, oh boy... this hot erotic book and beyond is just the thing for your itchy one click finger.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jackie (Jackie's Book World)

    ***Review can also be found at Jackie's Book World. :)*** Not having read other works by Willow Summers before, I was immediately intrigued with her synopsis and the cover. As soon as the story begins, we get to meet Olivia Johnston, a recent college graduate who is in search for a job. Without any luck, her friend tells her about a position that just recently opened where she works, but it comes with a catch. The CEO just happens to need an assistant that is not afraid to take on challenges, whi ***Review can also be found at Jackie's Book World. :)*** Not having read other works by Willow Summers before, I was immediately intrigued with her synopsis and the cover. As soon as the story begins, we get to meet Olivia Johnston, a recent college graduate who is in search for a job. Without any luck, her friend tells her about a position that just recently opened where she works, but it comes with a catch. The CEO just happens to need an assistant that is not afraid to take on challenges, while she is also not against staying after hours to work on whatever he needs her to do. Now the catch is what surprises Olivia when her friend tells her that while the CEO needs an assistant, he also might need a no-strings-attached-sex partner who is willing to work for him and do whatever he pleases outside the office. Not only will this open doors for Olivia, but it could also help her get a another job in the future. Putting her apprehensiveness aside, she interviews for the job, not expecting to get it at all, and it end she is called back for an offer that will change her life forever. Being a wealthy CEO comes with its advantages, but when Hunter Carlisle's assistant quits, he has no choice but to get a new assistant. He knows that it's not going to be easy to find someone that will accept his requirements, but as soon as he meets Olivia, he knows that he has to get her to accept the job. Soon their chemistry stars to grow, and the intensity of it is what keeps pulling them closer. But soon secrets start to reveal themselves throughout the story, and ultimately they will have to decide if they are good for each other or not. I really enjoyed reading this story, both of the characters have pasts that have kept them from moving forward, yet when they're together they can trust each other and that along it what had me reading nonstop. There was a start to a character development, but since the book ends on a cliffhanger it's not fully developed. I am eager to read the second book in the series. If you are looking for a hot romance between a hot CEO who is going to melt your heart, and an assistant that knows how to stand her ground then I would highly recommend reading this book. :) ***ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.***

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Olivia needs a job. Despite graduating from a prestigious college, no one wants to give her a chance, either she doesn't have enough experience or she is over qualified. Her friend Kimberly gives her the heads up on a great, but unusual, job opportunity. Hunter Carlisle needs an assistant, one that will offer a little something extra! But, that little something extra might be more than Olivia can give. Pushed to the brink of desperation, Olivia takes the job despite her reservations. She soon fa Olivia needs a job. Despite graduating from a prestigious college, no one wants to give her a chance, either she doesn't have enough experience or she is over qualified. Her friend Kimberly gives her the heads up on a great, but unusual, job opportunity. Hunter Carlisle needs an assistant, one that will offer a little something extra! But, that little something extra might be more than Olivia can give. Pushed to the brink of desperation, Olivia takes the job despite her reservations. She soon falls under the spell of the enigmatic Hunter, but she refuses to give in completely. Hunter can't help but be attracted to the strong willed Olivia, and he finds himself making compromises with her that he hasn't with any other assistant he has ever employed. I really liked Olivia, she is funny, a little clumsy, and relatable. Hunter was everything you want in a billionaire: gorgeous, sexy, aloof, and mysterious. He has issues for sure, but they do not come to light in this book, they are just eluded to. The supporting cast of characters are good and add much needed comedic relief to the story. I found myself rolling my eyes quite a bit while reading this book because it has more than a passing resemblance to Fifty Shades of Grey. I think this story could have stood on it's on merits, and I would have enjoyed it more, if it hadn't reminded me of the aforementioned book. I did like the Pretty Woman kind of feel to it, and I wish the author would have played that aspect of the story up a bit more. All in all, not a bad book, just could have been so much better. **ARC given in exchange for an honest review**

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Bolen

    What did you do with the rest of my book? Seriously, this is becoming a major pet peeve of mine. Cutting a book in half to sell more books is bad business. Books just like plays have a first, second, and third act--in the same book. I'll be honest the damned book is freaking great. If Fifty Shades of Grey would have been this good I would have understood the hype. The female lead is strong, opinionated, and takes no shit from her boss/lover. Her boss is an emotionally abused rich boy that needs What did you do with the rest of my book? Seriously, this is becoming a major pet peeve of mine. Cutting a book in half to sell more books is bad business. Books just like plays have a first, second, and third act--in the same book. I'll be honest the damned book is freaking great. If Fifty Shades of Grey would have been this good I would have understood the hype. The female lead is strong, opinionated, and takes no shit from her boss/lover. Her boss is an emotionally abused rich boy that needs to have control over every aspect of his life. Her biggest goal in life is to get him to say please and thank you. And by the time their romance gets started you like them both. There's no awkward full contract in the middle of the prose, no stupid email headings taking up most of the page, and the fact that it's great is what makes me so mad that someone chopped up my book. I want to know how it ends, I'm invested and now I'm left high and dry.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bonna

    I'm a sucker for books with poor heroine so when I saw the first paragraph of the blurb, I got excited that I immediately read this without reading reviews or even finishing the blurb. That's why I felt betrayed with that ending. I know, it's all on me for not reading the last paragraph of the blurb. Anyways, for my review: My kind of heroine. Olivia is poor, smart, hardworking and curvy. But not my kind of hero. Hunter is rich and generous, yes, but I like my hero alpha, possessive, obsessive an I'm a sucker for books with poor heroine so when I saw the first paragraph of the blurb, I got excited that I immediately read this without reading reviews or even finishing the blurb. That's why I felt betrayed with that ending. I know, it's all on me for not reading the last paragraph of the blurb. Anyways, for my review: My kind of heroine. Olivia is poor, smart, hardworking and curvy. But not my kind of hero. Hunter is rich and generous, yes, but I like my hero alpha, possessive, obsessive and crazy in love who will want to commit to his heroine as soon as possible. Well, Hunter failed me for not wanting Olivia so much.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bethyboo ღ The Book Addict ღ

    Sooooo. Not fully sure what to say about this one. I would of really appreciated it if I had been warned about the fact that Hunter has a fiancée. I really don't like cheating and even if the engagement was more like a business deal and they have nothing to do with eachother it still rubbed me the wrong way. Honestly Hunters personality in general rubbed me the wrong way. I like my heroes to be damaged, but Hunter was just an ass. That contract in general is just ridiculous. As for Olivia? Well Sooooo. Not fully sure what to say about this one. I would of really appreciated it if I had been warned about the fact that Hunter has a fiancée. I really don't like cheating and even if the engagement was more like a business deal and they have nothing to do with eachother it still rubbed me the wrong way. Honestly Hunters personality in general rubbed me the wrong way. I like my heroes to be damaged, but Hunter was just an ass. That contract in general is just ridiculous. As for Olivia? Well she sure gave in quickly after throwing such a fit. Yeah, she frustrated me a bit. I knew this book would be iffy with how short it was, but honestly this time I was glad to finish quickly.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    I loved this book. it was funny and sexy as hell. The concept of being a CEO's assistant with detached sex as a job requirement makes the lights go on for me. It is a fantasy I was delighted to stumble upon. In this story it does skirt romance because the heroine is pretty adorable and has a great wit so the wickedness isn't all that it could be but I enjoyed the balance. I would love to come upon a book with the same concept but less charm, more dominant arrogance. If you know of one, PLEASE le I loved this book. it was funny and sexy as hell. The concept of being a CEO's assistant with detached sex as a job requirement makes the lights go on for me. It is a fantasy I was delighted to stumble upon. In this story it does skirt romance because the heroine is pretty adorable and has a great wit so the wickedness isn't all that it could be but I enjoyed the balance. I would love to come upon a book with the same concept but less charm, more dominant arrogance. If you know of one, PLEASE let me know!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ariana

    3.75 This book was better than I thought it was going to be (it was free so I thought, "why not?"). I'm interested to see where this goes in the next three installments. It's not exactly an original storyline, but a nice quick and easy read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Enjoyed this book a lot. Can't wait to read book 2!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Emmaleigh Wurzbacher

    I have posted this review on the 4th book as well, but I realized that it probably doesn't do most people a lot of good there since they've most likely already read the first three books by the time they would see it. I've put a couple things in spoiler tags but for the most part I haven't revealed anything that you couldn't already see coming a mile away. This series is a perfect example of how choosing the wrong POV and not knowing where to end it can ruin the whole thing. From the beginning, I I have posted this review on the 4th book as well, but I realized that it probably doesn't do most people a lot of good there since they've most likely already read the first three books by the time they would see it. I've put a couple things in spoiler tags but for the most part I haven't revealed anything that you couldn't already see coming a mile away. This series is a perfect example of how choosing the wrong POV and not knowing where to end it can ruin the whole thing. From the beginning, I wasn't a huge fan of the fact that we never got to see inside Hunter's head. IMO, books where romance is the main plot tend to flop if the reader is only getting one side of the story. Plus, they immediately give me bad flashbacks to Twilight. I love books where the hero is an alpha male almost to the point of being a complete douchebag. If I'm able to get into his head, the I'm able to see his redeeming qualities even if they have yet to be revealed to the heroine. The sad thing is this book did reach a point where I was able to get past the poor POV choice and love Hunter anyway. However, the 4th book ruined it for me. In many ways Hunter undid all the progress he made in the first three books and retreated to a secretive asshole who thought all information was "need to know" and he had decided Olivia didn't. By the time all was revealed I had stopped caring about his motives and intent and I was just pissed at him And I wanted to grab Olivia and shake her. (view spoiler)[Sure pregnancy changes you in some ways, but why the hell did it turn her into a fucking doormat? No matter how many lines Hunter crossed, he could do no wrong because he "meant well". She should him to GTFO the second time he felt the need to ask her if the baby was his. (hide spoiler)] I don't care what happened in his past, if he couldn't handle it without being an asshole then he needed therapy. Which of course was mentioned in passing and Olivia said something stupid about it not being right for a "guy like him" or some such crap. You know who therapy isn't right for? Psychopaths and malignant narcissists - that's it. If you can't find a therapist that works for you, you're either not trying hard enough or you're not fixable. Period. Bad books usually make me sad, not angry, but by the end of the fourth book I was just furious. If I had a physical copy, I'd burn it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jelena Bosh

    I don't remember reading a book this fast but being addicted to it this much too. The writing I was most blown away with. I don't know how or why, since I mean, I've read hundreds of books, there was something about this authors writing style that grabbed every ounce of my attention. From the get go, I was sucked in. The story on its own is intriguing enough. Sexy CEO meets down to earth girl with an attitude to much. Perfect right? But nope. The author has to go on and be one of the best writers I don't remember reading a book this fast but being addicted to it this much too. The writing I was most blown away with. I don't know how or why, since I mean, I've read hundreds of books, there was something about this authors writing style that grabbed every ounce of my attention. From the get go, I was sucked in. The story on its own is intriguing enough. Sexy CEO meets down to earth girl with an attitude to much. Perfect right? But nope. The author has to go on and be one of the best writers I've come across in a while. I don't know how to explain it to even begin to do this justice, but just know, I wish I knew this author existed a very long time ago. Stunning. Unique. Everything that you want in a book - THIS has it, and then some.. The dialogue is so crisp BUT still charged with so much emotion. I felt like Hunter was right next to my ear, because I kid you not (and call me crazy but I could give two flying birds) I got goosebumps every time he talked. Every. Bloody. Time. It's not normal right?! I kept putting my phone down, staring off into space aka my dog glaring at me silently begging for a walk, and then back to my phone/kindle, wondering how this book is in my hands. I mean.. how?! How can I fall I love with the writing so deeply? And then the banter between Hunter and Olivia! Jesus. I felt like I was blushing.. not at the sexy moments (those were also ooofffff *fans self*) but just in general, I felt like an unwelcome fly on the wall that wouldn't walk away. I didn't skip one sentence, one word, one breath. This story is as stunning as its writing. It was to the point but gave enough information to make you connect and feel compassion, pain, heartbreak, laugh, cry and everything else in between. It was sexy as sin but also so bloody cute. Olivia could be my best friend if fiction didn't get in the way. Addictive but never boring. It almost felt natural?! Like I was living in this world, just sitting next to these characters like a real life movie. Ok, that sentence made more sense before I typed it out. Lol Ugh. I could talk all day.. and I probably will.. until I get my hands on book two!' That teaser except - *insert curse words..* Thank you for creating this masterpiece that words will never do it justice!! I will only dream to aspire for be a writer like you - and ever more so, dream of meeting a man like Hunter *cough cough* Read this story. . . Please ;) (if you read the book, you'll get this..) <3

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jeannie

    I enjoyed this book, the beginning though was a little tedious, but then it settled and I became interested... Olivia Jonston a 22 year old college graduate is broke and struggling to make rent when we meet her, her phone's been disconnected and her rent is due in 5 days, she's at her wits end. Along comes her fairy God mother, a friend who's been looking out for her since college and helps her get an interview with Hunter Carlisle, CEO of a large successful company. The catch to this job is that I enjoyed this book, the beginning though was a little tedious, but then it settled and I became interested... Olivia Jonston a 22 year old college graduate is broke and struggling to make rent when we meet her, her phone's been disconnected and her rent is due in 5 days, she's at her wits end. Along comes her fairy God mother, a friend who's been looking out for her since college and helps her get an interview with Hunter Carlisle, CEO of a large successful company. The catch to this job is that the CEO wants an administrative assistant for more than just office duties, he wants his admin to be there for his other needs, discretion is of the utmost importance, say no to Mr Carlisle 5 times or more and he may let you go, so many women want this job, that's not advertised and you can only get an invite to interview. Livy is lucky enough to be asked to interview, and when she does, she's dressed in an old skirt and top carrying a well used hand bag, and despite the other blonde perfectly dressed candidates Olivia is asked to come back for a second interview. Hunter has a thorough background check carried out on her and offers her the job. But Olivia has her doubts and can't see herself as a sex on demand for the boss kind of girl, and nearly turns down the job, but hunter persuades her to take up the job for a month, just the job without the additional personal contract. Olivia feels herself wanting more and she's scared but she knows she's able to get Hunter out of his shell. Everyone sees that Olivia is being treated differently to all Hunter's previous admins. Can this work without a personal contract? Can Olivia be the turning point for someone like Hunter who's always been closed off? As I said, I enjoyed this book, the characters are well defined and likeable, I had a soft spot for Olivia right away and you can see the man behind Hunter is actually very sweet and caring. On to the next instalment of this! 😊 When Olivia turns up for her interview she's lacking confidence and she's very much like a fish out of water, especially

  25. 4 out of 5

    Goth Gone Grey

    Pretty Admin Poor girl. Rich guy. Clichéd? Yeah, absolutely, but even a cliche can be well written. This one is, even to the point of referencing Pretty Woman in the text. Hunter is a rich CEO that has a habit of hiring admins to fulfill all (ahem) of his needs. Olivia needs a job, and is recommended by her friend, who 'interviewed' for the position (or positions, admins can be flexible) previously. It's totally not prostitution since he's hot; it's a sweet job perk instead. Of course, he has iss Pretty Admin Poor girl. Rich guy. Clichéd? Yeah, absolutely, but even a cliche can be well written. This one is, even to the point of referencing Pretty Woman in the text. Hunter is a rich CEO that has a habit of hiring admins to fulfill all (ahem) of his needs. Olivia needs a job, and is recommended by her friend, who 'interviewed' for the position (or positions, admins can be flexible) previously. It's totally not prostitution since he's hot; it's a sweet job perk instead. Of course, he has issues in his past that make him prefer impersonal sex without emotion or kissing. Olivia interviews, but is uncomfortable with the more personal business contract, so she's hired for a trial month. Benefits and job duties include generous pay, clothing, being chauffeured, event clothing & lavish jewelry, Office software, computers, and orgasms. (Whoops, typo, I meant using her organizational skills. Honest.) This does end on a cliffhanger of sorts to lead to the next book, but it's the sort that makes me want to read on.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Makeba Stewart

    This is my first book by Willow Summers and I'm blown away by the first book in this series. This is the love story of Olivia and Hunter. Olivia needs a job like yesterday. Hunter was hiring for an admin assistant. Olivia's friend tells her about the position and she applies getting an interview that led to her working for Hunter. This isn't any ordinary job, sex acts are in order whenever and however Hunter want it. But Olivia has a special quality that none of his other admins had, which makes This is my first book by Willow Summers and I'm blown away by the first book in this series. This is the love story of Olivia and Hunter. Olivia needs a job like yesterday. Hunter was hiring for an admin assistant. Olivia's friend tells her about the position and she applies getting an interview that led to her working for Hunter. This isn't any ordinary job, sex acts are in order whenever and however Hunter want it. But Olivia has a special quality that none of his other admins had, which makes him open up to her and allows her access to touch the wall he has up. Will she get down to the dirty-dirty and find out why he had that walk up? I don't know. Maybe in the next book. Oh and did I mention that he has a situation . . . yes! He has a fiance. But it's just a sham for his father. I enjoyed the storyline, characters, sexual tension and sex scenes in this book. Although I don't like cliffhangers and often stop at the first book, I think I will get the next book in this series. It's that good. This was an awesome reads.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Misty Walker

    *audio review* I hate to bring 50 shades into this, but if you're looking for a 50 shades-esque book, this is it. The admin being asked to sign a sexual contract along with her employment in order for the CEO to work the way he does but still get his needs met. The writing is excellent and the storyline is enthralling. I am completely sold and although this probably shouldn't be broken down into 3 short books, I don't even care because I have to know what happens. Kristen Leigh is the perfect nar *audio review* I hate to bring 50 shades into this, but if you're looking for a 50 shades-esque book, this is it. The admin being asked to sign a sexual contract along with her employment in order for the CEO to work the way he does but still get his needs met. The writing is excellent and the storyline is enthralling. I am completely sold and although this probably shouldn't be broken down into 3 short books, I don't even care because I have to know what happens. Kristen Leigh is the perfect narrator. She has a smart voice that matches her character perfectly. She also pulls off the male voices in a way that is not distracting and keeps me in the story.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sparklybearsy¤°.¸¸.•´¯`»

    3.5 I think I liked it stars This has HUGE resemblances to 50 shades, like huge, but without the BDSM elements... clumsy heroine, wealthy CEO and a sex contract. But that's where the similarities end, thank god. It's well written for a start *lol* Hunter is a weird one, kinda cold and calculating in that he hires admins for office work but also to provide him with sex because he doesn't do normal relationships. Hard up for money Olivia becomes his latest girl but from the get-go you see they're 3.5 I think I liked it stars This has HUGE resemblances to 50 shades, like huge, but without the BDSM elements... clumsy heroine, wealthy CEO and a sex contract. But that's where the similarities end, thank god. It's well written for a start *lol* Hunter is a weird one, kinda cold and calculating in that he hires admins for office work but also to provide him with sex because he doesn't do normal relationships. Hard up for money Olivia becomes his latest girl but from the get-go you see they're different together. it was a good read, I'll dig into book 2 to see if it goes along the same lines.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Louise

    If you like alpha male billionaire romances this is for you This is very much in the spirit of fifty shades of grey, but without all of the awkward sex and rape connotations. First off this passes the bechdel test. Rare in romances like this. Second the heroine isn't a doormat. She's got personality and sass and I like her. Hunter is a very typical damaged poor little rich boy with trust and intimacy issues but the author hangs a lampshade on it. Honestly I also loved the side characters. Bert and If you like alpha male billionaire romances this is for you This is very much in the spirit of fifty shades of grey, but without all of the awkward sex and rape connotations. First off this passes the bechdel test. Rare in romances like this. Second the heroine isn't a doormat. She's got personality and sass and I like her. Hunter is a very typical damaged poor little rich boy with trust and intimacy issues but the author hangs a lampshade on it. Honestly I also loved the side characters. Bert and Brenda are Faboo. The reason this gets knocked down a star is the formatting. The starts of some chapters are really odd like one letter on a page and then continued on the next. Also every instance of texting/instant messaging is inconsistently formatted and the fonts move all over. For someone who has vision problems like me it meant headaches and dizziness sine the font won't often cut off mid word. If the formatting was fixed it would get five stars.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "A Humorous Erotic Romance" This is a steamy romance story by best-selling author Willow Summers. It will make you laugh as the romance develops between Olivia Johnston (who's been unemployed for six months), and Hunter Carlisle, who is needing an office assistant. He's a young CEO, one who is shrewd and serious, always requiring his assistant to work long hours. This is a great story for adults. Expect a few shivers up your back, as well as spitting out laughter. It's very well written, the char "A Humorous Erotic Romance" This is a steamy romance story by best-selling author Willow Summers. It will make you laugh as the romance develops between Olivia Johnston (who's been unemployed for six months), and Hunter Carlisle, who is needing an office assistant. He's a young CEO, one who is shrewd and serious, always requiring his assistant to work long hours. This is a great story for adults. Expect a few shivers up your back, as well as spitting out laughter. It's very well written, the characters are well described, and the story line is ... well, you know, it's passionate!

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