Bossed is here and it’s well worth the wait. Sloane Howell works his magic with Jenny and Ethan.
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He’s the boss. But she’s ready to take charge.
In this provocative and sexy* office romance, a cheeky new hire tempts a hotshot sports agent to mix business with pleasure.
Jenny: Job interviews are a bitch under the best of circumstances, but when your potential boss is the world’s biggest prick, that’s when you should simply walk away. It’s just that I need this job so badly—and I’m mesmerized by Ethan Mason’s piercing gaze. Men like him aren’t supposed to exist in real life. But under the tailored suits and GQ looks, Ethan simmers with barely restrained ambition. And no matter how hard I work to fight the attraction, I’m going to get burned.
Ethan: You don’t become a top agent without learning how to close the deal. I always get what—or who—I want, by staying cool and in command. Then Jenny Jackson walks into my office with her lush curves and “screw you” attitude and blows away my intentions of keeping things professional. All I can think about is exploring the perfect body hidden beneath those conservative clothes or shutting her saucy mouth with one hot kiss. Jenny’s worth breaking the rules over—if I can convince her to break the rules for me.
*By sexy, we mean sexy. Like, 18+ sexy.
About the Author
Sloane Howell lives in the Midwest United States and writes dirty stories. When not reading or writing he enjoys hanging out with his family, watching sports, playing with the dogs, traveling, and engaging his readers on social media. You can almost always catch him on Twitter posting something goofy.
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Nerdy Novelist Review
Jenny’s got a sick father, bills stacked high, and a need for a better paying job. When she lands a once a lifetime interview, she never counts on it including the alpha bad boy boss. Ethan Mason’s looking for a new hire, someone good with numbers and statistics. He’s set himself up with a specific mission statement and his business plan is on point. He’s found the perfect candidate on paper. However, Ethan Mason may have just met his match when Jenny Jackson challenges him in the interview. She has the nerve to get under his skin, and something about that gets Ethan fired up.
Sloane Howell knows how to turn up the heat between one hot alpha male and an equally sassy self-assured female opponent. Howell’s strength is in mixing the perfect blend of humor with the undertones and deeper layers of major themes. He tackles some big thematic topics and still leaves you with a smile on your face. Both Ethan and Jenny begin with hardened exteriors and an Eye of the Tiger attitude. Howell develops them through the help of strong sub characters, and the interweaving of the job at hand, the no holds bar business of Ethan’s sports agency. He demonstrates the vulnerability of both characters, but never deviates from the integrated with and pop culture, which provides Bossed with its lighthearted feel. Never a disappointment to read one of Howell’s masterpieces.