Five minutes until the interview begins. Fresh on the heels of her college graduation, Cameron Heart has landed an interview at a prestigious architecture firm. Four minutes until the interview. She knows she's only there because the owner, Grayson Cole, is her older sister's friend. Three minutes. For the last seven years, Grayson has been the most intimidating man Cammie has ever had the pleasure - or displeasure - of being around. Two minutes. But the job opportunity is too good to pass up. So, Cammie will have to ignore the fact that Grayson is handsome enough to have his own national holiday. One. After all, she shouldn't feel that way about her new boss. And he will be her new boss....
"I'm not intimidated by you," I said with a confident smile.
"Perhaps we should fix that, Ms. Heart. Close the door."
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By EnVee on 04-01-18
An Unhealthy Obsession
Let me point out right away how these two characters are perfect for each other.Both are immature,obsessed,manipulative characters.Ok I can understand Cami being only 22 and not having much experience in relationships,but once Grayson clued her in to his attraction to her,she was over the top and desperate to get his attentions.Grayson on the other hand is 30,should have plenty experience and was hoping maturity to deal with a young woman’s crush,professionally and sensitively to Cami’s feelings and naivety,instead he was cruel by clueing her into exactly what him and his”current”girlfriend were doing sexually and flaunting her in front of Cami around work,etc.They both were playing a game with each others emotions like junior high school kids.I wanted to slap Cami to get a dang clue and slap Grayson just because he’s such a d!€k in this book.
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By Amazon Customer on 24-02-18
Couldn't Finish it!
I've enjoyed the other 3 or so books I've listened to by R.S.Grey. This one I couldn't stomach. Neither main character was tolerable. Everyone is rude, condescending, and unprofessional. The female protagonist is millenial in the worst sense. She is intelligent but immature and obsessed with her boss who is equally cringe worthy. Narrator was good but the characters were bad enough for me to return the book.