"An intelligently written, sexy, feel-good romance that packs an emotional punch and stays with you long after you finish reading it."—USA Today
“Jessica Hawkins shines in this workplace romance! Sebastian and Georgina will leave you smiling long after the last page has turned.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Jana Aston
"Jessica Hawkins gives us an enemies to lovers story of two people who really do complete each other. It's funny, witty, a pleasure to read! I enjoyed every page turning word."—New York Times Bestselling Author Carly Phillips
"Smart and seductive! A fresh, heartfelt take on office romance, full of witty banter and sizzling sexual tension."—USA Today Bestselling Author Melanie Harlow
"All the book feels you want from a romance. Jessica Hawkins has outdone herself!"—Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author Willow Winters
"Right Where I Want You was an absolute joy to read. Sebastian and Georgina were complex and endearing and the dynamic between them was explosive. Watching them navigate that fine line from enemies to lovers was insanely fun. A brilliant romance! Loved it!"—USA Today Bestselling Author Layla Hagen
"A sexy, powerful man in a suit...I was hooked!"--A.L. Jackson, NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author
I’m minutes away from walking into my first day at a new job.
And my blouse is soaked with iced coffee.
While the stranger in a sexy suit I’d thought was flirting with me chews me out. In a café full of gawkers. For a collision he caused by mowing me over without a second glance.
So I shouldn’t be surprised when the “sexy suit” turns out to be Sebastian Quinn, an infamous bad boy of New York publishing—except that he’s also the boss at my new job. And he has no idea he’s about to become a co-boss. With me.
Judging by Sebastian's brooding stare from across the office he now has to share—I don’t think he wants my help. But since the reputation that made him is suddenly threatening to end his career, he definitely needs it.
And I need this job. So I don’t care how hard he tries to make me squirm. Or that he’s even more attractive than legend has it. I was hired to clean up his mistakes, not his coffee, and to save this magazine. But to do that, I’ll have to start at the top—with the suit-wearing bad boy himself. And I can’t let any amount of frustratingly inconvenient attraction distract me.