Saturday, March 4, 2017

Falling for the Assistant by Frey Ortega

Title: Falling for the Assistant
Author: Frey Ortega
Publisher: Siren Bookstrand
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 117
Reviewer: Redz








Publisher's Blurb
Caden McCullough is twenty-two years old, a fresh graduate, and has been working for a few months as one of the assistants to social media mogul and billionaire, Raphael Shepard. Caden has been hiding feelings for his boss for some time, not knowing that his boss actually feels the same way.

Raphael Shepard isn’t very good with emotions. He’s good at two things: making money, and managing his thriving empire. When he realizes he might like Caden a lot more than he should, Raphael stubbornly denies it, and ends up obsessing like the worrywart he is.

Unable to keep their desires at bay, Raphael and Caden share in a passionate night together. Raphael can’t deny himself any longer—he’s falling for his assistant.

With these new emotions coming to light, will their recently consummated relationship be able to withstand an onslaught from Raphael’s past, as well as his worries for the future?









Review
Falling for the Assistant by Frey Ortega is a fast paced modern day romance. Caden is a very stressed has had many sleepless nights. Being an adult was a lot of hard work. He is an assistant to a very demanding CEO. Lives in an apartment with four people in Manhattan. His boss demands that he goes for a month to LA to be with him. He of course goes even though he is tired. He is loyal. Works hard. Likes to unwind and be away from work for a while. He is a kind person that almost everyone likes a lot.
Raphael courteous, polite, friendly, hardass, and at work stickler for perfection. Demanding and stubborn. Loves staring at Caden. He really is fallen hard for him but has no clue how to tell him.
Over all this is a cute fast paced story. I liked the characters very much. They were fun. I would like to visit them again to see where this love story goes in the future.


                                   Five Shooting Stars



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