Thirty day boyfriend by Whitney G is a cute, fun and a quick little read revolving around an office romance.
Nicholas A. Wolf is considered the literal Wolf of Wall Street. He is an infuriating workaholic who appears to be very cold and callous.
Emily is his lovable Executive Assistant who is celebrating her two-year anniversary at the opening of the book. She is also a workaholic, but can’t seem to stand working for Mr. Wolf anymore.
When she was hired she had a four-year employment contract, but doesn’t feel like she can handle staying one more day. Without giving away too much, she tries to find another job, but is unsuccessful due to our beloved Mr. Wolf. He comes across a situation revolving around one of his contracts and seeks the lovely Emily for help.
Emily and Nicholas were a riot together. I loved the sexual tension between them which ultimately led to loads of laughs! Whitney G has done it again with another great read!
Sarah Robinson is a masterful genius! Done, enough said. Just kidding, the book was flipping phenomenal! There is a strong under current that no matter what life throws at you, we as human beings should be building each other up NOT shaming them. Wonderfully written and don’t let the cover persuade you to not read this book. It’s part of the whole concept and ties in great!
Ms. Robinson wrote 2 characters that have so much depth that it’s hard not to get sucked into the book to find out the other layers. Aria is an upcoming actress with her first leading roll. She wants to be taken seriously in this business and won’t allow anything to happen to her and her success. She wants to earn it on her own and not look like she was given preferential treatment.
Ben is the new CEO of Shepherd Film Studios. He is trying to make a comeback after having a nasty and bitter divorce. One thing he told himself after the divorce was, ‘No more actresses’. However, this all changes when he meets Aria Rose. Their chemistry is off the charts and the insta-love that we experience was so well written and believable. (I’m not saying I don’t believe is insta-love, its hard to read sometimes if it’s not written well).
If I could I would give Ms. Robinson and Nudes a 5+, but alas I can’t. I can tell you though that this a book you don’t want to miss. It’s is amazing!!