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NSFW: An Office Romance (PLAY) Kindle Edition
Avery Banks is a shark. The tall, blond, panty-melting kind with zero patience and even less forgiveness.
He’s also my boss.
Good thing I’m the Mae West of executive assistants. I live to put grown men in their place.
He wasn't supposed to find out.
Now he's made it his personal mission to screw me like I screwed him.
I wasn’t supposed to like it.
Avery's new game is hot. Messy. Twisted. And what we're doing is strictly NSFW.
Luckily Avery and I have one thing in common.
We both suck at following the rules.
NSFW is an interconnected standalone in Piper Lawson's sexy bestselling PLAY series!
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- ASIN : B074R6H7CW
- Language : English
- File size : 3126 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
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- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 336 pages
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Then as we got in we started to learn more and more about him and I realised I'd been wrong. Yes he wanted an amazing corporate job that involved a lot of politics (I honestly hate that stuff myself) so that he could change peoples lives and look after his sister since they didn't have anyone else. He was paying for her education despite her protests that he stop and ensured she always had birthday presents (they didn't mention Christmas so I'm not sure).
Charlie on the other hand just wants to get whatever satisfaction she can from pulling pranks on her horrible boss and make enough money to survive. She had some friends that she socialised with and she volunteered at her grandmothers nursing home to supervise dancing classes. Otherwise we know next to nothing about her because she hasn't revealed anything and no one else really seems to know anything about her. We don't even know why she isn't talking to her family, that's how little we know about her!
As we go through seeing Charlie struggle to juggle Avery's normal requirements, her sudden attraction to her boss, coming to grips with what was going to happen in a few weeks, finding a new job, avoiding her family and spending time with her grandma we really start to learn more about her. I really enjoyed finding out about her because the more I learnt the more I felt like we were similar. I've worked in jobs I've hated for bosses I hated, I lost touch with pretty much all my family at one stage of my life along with the struggle of figuring out who you are. I doubt I'm the only one who could relate to these characteristics so it was really good to read about another girl going through these issues and how she dealt with them.
Throughout this time Charlie and Avery have been hooking up with certain limitations on their relationship. For most of that time it felt like they were kidding themselves and that they really did care for each other and so were going to end up together. But right when we think they are going to end up together; Charlie leaves Avery. And the reason why is amazing and one I think very few people take.
She left him to find herself. She left him to figure out what she wanted from life. She left him to ensure that if she chose to go back to him she did it because she truly loved him and it would be for the right reasons. Rather than because she was caught up in the flurry of their emotions and attraction. And I think this is amazing. Reminding us that sometimes we need to put ourselves first and ensure we know ourselves is so important before we jump into a major relationship.
And I got the BIGGEST kick out of Charlie. I mean, I haven't enjoyed (or lived vicariously through) a heroine this much in a while. She sure had some cojones, and was an absolute riot to read!
But Piper did a FANTASTIC job of building up the attraction between Charlie and Avery. These enemies-to-lovers were put in some close-quarters situations, and holy moly, did the sparks fly!
The story was woven beautifully and the tit-for-tat between Charlie and Avery was peppered throughout in perfect installments. As was the heat. As was the humor. I just LOVED this story!
(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)
"What is aioli except mayonnaise on a power trip."
And when her Grams texts a poop emoji: "I thought it was a Hershey's Kiss."
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So in this one Charlotte AKA Charlie is the personal assistant to Avery and they kind of spend a lot of the time winding each other up and we learn a few of these times in their little arguments but things backfire when Avery fires her. Charlie can't quite believe it and tries to make amends for some of the stuff she's done and in a spur of the moment thing, they end up kissing. And then more.
I got pulled into this early on. I loved their banter and how they quickly fell into their attraction and lust when they finally thought about how their antics had been a sort of flirting, annoying each other to get a fiery reaction.
I loved these two characters. Charlie was a bit of a wild card and Avery was a straight-laced guy. They were pretty much polar opposites but together they were great. It was hot and passionate and fun.
This author is definitely one I'm enjoying reading and will be keeping an eye out for more of her books in the future.
The office dynamics start to change when there's a scandal at the bank, restructure is on the cards and everyone has to prove their worth to survive the cut. Big changes start with a refurbishment that lands Charlie sharing the office with Avery. The sparks fly! Two strong characters in the same room is a recipe for disaster.
As normal with Piper's books, there is a good helping of humour mixed in with romance and a steamy relationship and this one does not disappoint. Great story.
Great writing, great story - one you will grieve finishing!