Miss Understanding was the perfect afternoon read. An office romance involving a horrible boss, the ridiculously accommodating assistant and many wrong impressions, I seriously inhaled this book.
Kendall Tate is the assistant to a boss that barely acknowledges her, nor her work. She has spent the last four months wanting to quit. Since that’s not a possibility, she passes her time dreaming about the little things that could possibly happen to Liam, the twat.. She doesn’t necessarily want to harm him, but would a voodoo doll be too much? Where she thought Monday to Friday was insufferable, she almost hyperventilated when she had to attend an emergency business trip with him.
Liam Davenport is in self-preservation mode. Perceived as arrogant and unappreciative, he has his reasons. Professionalism is king. He has worked extremely hard for his position at the law firm and has no time for distractions. Yet somehow Ms Tate has managed to worm herself under his skin even though he’s gone to extraordinary lengths to avoid that. However, Liam is completely misunderstood. Because once you take the time to peel back the armour, you will find a man irrevocably damaged. He is the master of self-sabotage and almost incapable of happiness…
Kendall never imagined that she could possibly be attracted to the likes of Liam. But watching their working relationship begin to simmer, was humorous in parts, sweet, sexy and heartbreaking. Who ever thought that non-relationships could work are idiots. Because nothing is worth compromising your self-worth over. It was beautiful watching Liam finally acknowledge what he rightfully deserved and what he could have with Kendall, once it slapped him in the face.
- Paperback: 342 pages
- Publisher: Independently Published (17 December 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 167596064X
- ISBN-13: 978-1675960646
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.2 x 20.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 445 g
- Customer Reviews: 4 customer reviews