Book 1: The Boss
From best-selling author Lexy Timms comes a billionaire romance that'll make you swoon and fall in love all over again.
Jamie Connors has given up on finding a man. Despite being smart, pretty, and just slightly overweight, she's a magnet for the kind of guys that don't stay around.
Her sister's wedding is at the foreground of the family's attention. Jamie would be fine with it if her sister wasn't pressuring her to lose weight so she'll fit in the maid of honor dress, her mother would get off her case, and her ex-boyfriend wasn't about to become her brother-in-law.
Determined to step out on her own, she accepts a PA position from billionaire Alex Reid. The job includes an apartment on his property and gets her out of living in her parents' basement.
Jamie has to balance her life and somehow figure out how to manage her billionaire boss - without falling in love with him.
Book 2: The Boss Too
Jamie Connors has decided a job is more important than a boyfriend. She's landed an awesome position working as billionaire Alex Reid's personal PA. It is not meant to be a job with benefits, and yet she finds herself in Alex's bed. Despite being smart, pretty, and only slightly overweight, she doesn't believe she's attractive enough for a man like Alex.
Trying to manage work and put as much time into her sister's wedding, Jamie finds herself trying to please everyone. Her sister's wedding is at the foreground of the family's attention. Jamie would be fine if her sister wasn't so bossy, if her mother would stop nagging, and her awful ex-boyfriend wasn't about to become her brother-in-law.
Jamie has to learn to love herself again, speak up for herself, and have the confidence to go after what she wants. She also needs to prove to Alex that she's perfect for her job and for his bed.
Book 3: Who's the Boss Now
How close can you get to the fire and not get burned?
Landing the dream job, working and dating her incredibly hot boss, and at the same time gaining the confidence she's never had, Jamie doesn't think life could get any better.
She's helping to manage a multibillion-dollar company. Her family issues seem to be resolved, and even though she and Alex have to figure out the wrinkles, it looks like they'll be able to be professional at work and romantic after.
Except perfect isn't quite exactly how Jamie imagined it would be.
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By Ami-Lou on 16-03-17
Managing The Bore!
I've read a fair few of these billionaire romances, the plots are simple, and generally I find them to be a comforting read. The problem with this trilogy is I found both characters unlikeable. There's talk of the boss being dominant, a real strong character, that wasn't how he translated to me. I didn't find him attractive, hence the entire plot was lost on me. The female protagonist was also rather irritating, I was bored by the weight references, Lose weight, whatever, it just felt like she never really had a huge weight problem and lost a few pounds. Weight is something women can preoccupy themselves with, I get that, but I think the subject could have been handled better. All in all I found the characters shallow. I fell asleep twenty minutes before the end and don't have the inclination to go back to see how it ended.
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By Maria on 23-08-16
LOVED THIS SERIES.....
Where does Managing the Bosses Box Set #1-3: Billionaire Romance rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I have listened this to twice already... love the series, the characters the story plot.. I just didn't realize that the whole series consisted of 10 books.. I ready alot.. you'll love these books..
Who was your favorite character and why?
Jaime.. she was sort of a pushover and took alot from her mother and sister, but I loved when she started sticking up for herself and what she did she did herself only not to please anyone..
7 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Regina on 01-10-16
I love the books and the story line, but the narrator was horrible! A whiney mostly monotonous woman I spent the entire time trying to figure out who was speaking or if they were thinking.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful