Maybe Later by Claudia Y. Burgoa

Maybe Later by Claudia Y. Burgoa
on March 5, 2019
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Billionaire Jackson Spearman is impatient, demanding, and private.
He’s practically a recluse.
When his assistant goes on maternity leave, Amy Walker virtual assistant extraordinaire arrives to save the day.
Or does she?
Amy is inquisitive and far too optimistic. She isn’t impressed with Jackson at all.
Is she even real?
They can’t stand each other. Unfortunately, they can’t seem to resist each other, either. Soon, their work relationship starts to feel like something more…
Even when Amy meets her dream man, she can’t seem to stop thinking about her annoying online boss.
And the woman who ’s never fallen in love before, finds herself falling for two men. Both of them have everything she’s ever wanted. But she has to choose one.

Can Jackson convince her that he can be everything that she needs?
Or will her past come back to haunt them and ruin her chance at love?


Note: Contains a grumpy, workaholic tech CEO with a guarded heart, and a virtual assistant whose skills border on diabolical. Also, two cats named Ramen and Sushi.

4 Virtual Love Stars ⭐️ 

Maybe Later was a fantastically witty and charming slow burn romance that will have you laughing out loud. Written mainly as email conversations, it was easy to experience their relationship first hand.

When Jackson Spearman’s PA goes on maternity leave, there a very limited options for her replacement.  Her boss is arrogantly successful, and an absolute tyrant to work for.  Knowing that he’s a nightmare, she hires him a virtual assistant in her absence.

Amy Walker is ‘a virtual assistant extraordinaire’.  Not only is she excellent at her role, she is more then equipped to handle anybody’s bullshit meter including Jackson’s.  

”I’m 100% professional, Mr Spearman. You’re a tattle-tale who went and spoke to my boss. Next time you have a complaint, you should send me the draft so I can fix it.”

Considering that neither have met, their hate for one another is instantaneous.  
There entire working relationship is spent via email and online chats until their insults turn into banter. And before they’re even aware, their professional relationship has spilled over into their personal lives. 
It was refreshingly different!