Giving Up the Boss (The Billionaire’s Second Chance #2) by Victoria Davies

Giving Up the Boss by Victoria Davies
Pages: 195
Series: The Billionaire’s Second Chance #2
on July 9, 2018

Executive assistant Lori has finally said those three little words to her boss, Jackson Sinclair, that have haunted her for months–– Goodbye, I quit.  Yep. That happened. Then she sort of ran over him. It was an accident. No. Really. It was. Now he can’t remember anything––and it’s up to her to keep his billion-dollar corporation running until he gets his memory back.
Billionaire Jackson Sinclair wakes up in a hospital to a life he can’t remember. The only person who feels familiar is Lori. The more he learns about his past, though, the more it disturbs him. He was kind of cold, and he can’t imagine why the lovely Lori put up with him. And she is lovely, as in, he can’t stop thinking about her. But he has a company to save, and there’s no time for that sort thing. Especially when it seems like his assistant is hiding something from him.
As his condition shows no signs of healing, Lori can’t help wonder what’s best, telling the truth about his accident and losing the man of her dreams or keeping quiet and living the best lie of her life.

Also in this series: Catching the CEO
Also by this author: Catching the CEO

Easy like Sunday morning

If you like office romance novels and you’re also intrigued by amnesia themed books, than this one should be just right for you to enjoy.

There’s this executive assistant ready to quit her job because she’s in love with her boss, who also runs him over with her car, which makes him forget everything and everyone. Then, you have them fighting to save the company. In the mean time, her boss wakes up as a changed man, a better one mind you, so there you have the love story.

I said it was easy (though to be quite fair their journey has a few bumps down the road), because it didn’t stir any emotion for me. Maybe i felt a little bad about our heroine’s struggles between her mind and her heart, but that’s it.

I enjoyed it, but it’s not something I’ll remember. Also, i should mention that it’s my first amnesia themed romance, so I have nothing to compare it to.

“ARC provided through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.”