Engaging the Boss (Heirs of Damon #3) by Noelle Adams


Engaging the Boss (Heirs of Damon Book 3)

Synopsis:

For years, Jonathan Damon has buried himself in his scientific research, but now his uncle threatens to pull the funding for his lab unless Jonathan makes strides toward marriage and family. So he decides to bring a fake fiancee to his cousin's wedding to mollify his uncle. And the only convenient candidate for this particular experiment is Sarah. 

Sarah has been Jonathan's assistant for years, and she knows he's never thought of her in any other way. She's happy to play the part of his fiancee, but being thrown into unusual intimacy with her brilliant, sexy boss stirs up feelings she has never been able to admit before. 


If only those feelings could be returned...

Review:

When I first started reading Engaging the Boss I thought it was just okay. Just a cheesy romance that would just be meh. The more I read, the farther I got in the book, the more I started to get into it the more I enjoyed it.

Jonathan and Sarah have been working together for years. Sarah is Jonathan's assistant and she has always had a crush on him. And Jonathan? Well he is so into his work he never really pays attention to other things. Sure he knows he gets along well with Sarah and he is always doing small things for her that are so sweet, but he never really stops to think about her in a way other than she is his assistant. He is just so focused on his work he doesn't really think about a lot of other things.

When Jonathan needs someone to be his fiance to keep his financing for his research Sarah offers to stand in and help him out. Jonathan quickly starts to notice Sarah as more than his assistant, quickly starts to see that there might be something there, but he tries not to act on it since she does work for him and she obviously doesn't like him like that. Oh it was fun. The more I got to know him the more I liked Jonathan. He is kind of awkward, he doesn't really use his words a lot, but he is still so sweet. He is more of a show than tell kind of person which doesn't always work out for him, but he was so cute trying to figure everything out. It was fun watching him start to come out of his shell, start to notice other people and have some fun outside of work. I really enjoyed getting to know him.

Sarah is also such a sweet girl. She is so kind and warm to everyone. I mean how could you not love her? She gets along great with everyone in Jonathan's family and would just fit right in. She tries to help Jonathan build better relationships and be a better person. Really the two of them were so cute together!

So even though it started off kind of cheesy it quickly turned into this great read that was just so sweet and fun and I loved it.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

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