Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Boss by Nina Harrington

Modern-Tempted

A freedom craving adventurer and a free-spirited artist should be halfway compatible right? Perhaps the element of independence in both of them is what creates all the trouble between them when they first meet.

Harrington gives the character of Toni a refreshing sense of artistic flair and temperament. Her carefree and colourful personality is combined with the heavy burden of being duty bound to a family heritage. Sometimes there is no way out from under that particular burden, which is what she discovers eventually.

Why postpone the inevitable? Might just be better to go with the natural flow and order of her talent and instincts.A freedom craving adventurer and a free-spirited artist should be halfway compatible right? Perhaps the element of independence in both of them is what creates all the trouble between them when they first meet.

Instead of the usual uncontrollable passion and role in the hay, Harrington has focused on the emotional connection between Toni and Scott. How they gain an understanding of each other and what is important to them as individuals. This is especially apparent in one of the last scenes in the boardroom.

This is a romance with an emphasis on the relationship above the sheets, as opposed to in the bedroom.

I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harlequin UK and Mills & Boon.

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