Boss of Me by Tia Louise

by Tia Louise
Boss of Me on September 17, 2019
Pages: 350
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An Amazon Top 70 bestseller.

Patton Fletcher is
✔Demanding,✔Driven,✔Sexy AF, and✔My New Boss.
My sister says don’t fall for him. I say don’t worry.I’m not about to let some arrogant, young CEO derail my dreams.Or insult my wardrobe.
I don’t care about his deep brown eyes or the way the muscle moves in his square jaw when he’s pissed.I won’t fall for his power or how sexy he fills out that suit.
I said I could resist him.
I was wrong…


Raquel Morgan is Trouble.
She’s stubborn, independent, and a fighter.She has long, dark hair, crystal blue eyes, and freckles…Freckles.And long, sexy legs.And a smart mouth.
I’ve spent seven years building one of the top companies in Nashville, and I’m not about to let some ambitious, cardigan-wearing new kid distract me from my goals.
Raquel Morgan won’t tempt me.I’m The Boss, and
I never lose control…

(BOSS OF ME is a STAND-ALONE workplace, enemies to lovers, military romance with a badass alpha boss and the feisty woman who steals his heart. No cheating. No cliffhangers.)

You are not the boss of me ⭐️

As you might know, office romance is one of favorite tropes. I won’t ever refuse reading a romance novel like this. I think it all started with [book:Beautiful Bastard|16102004].
Anyways, there’s usually more or less the same story: she works for an asshole, who’s like those kids in PK who pull your hair just because they like you so much. He’s growling to hide his attraction.

There’s also a fighter heroine, because how else can she stop him? This one’s name is Raquel, but everyone calls her Rocky.

Now, here’s what didn’t work for me. Decorated veterans, suffering from PTSD and some physical injuries as well, try running a real-estate company. The boss, who was supposed to be my required alpha hero, wasn’t that alpha and didn’t feel like he was much competent in his job either. He let his “brother” go try killing himself with a heroine overdose, he interfered in another brother’s relationship, making a bigger mess and coming out as an even bigger jerk just because he assumed he knew best, still let his daddy control him and I didn’t get his obsession or interest in his employees’ clothing colors. 🤷🏼‍♀️

I liked Rocky, though. She’s smart and stands her ground. Not to mention that banter between them, which made me giggle a few times.
I kinda liked how their relationship progressed as well, up until that moment before the end where they need to fight, break-up so they can finally live HEA. 🙄 if you’re smart, you can guess the reason for their fight even from the first pages of the book.

Long story short, I enjoyed reading it. If you like office-romance like I do, you should definitely give it a try.