by Penny Wylder
Get ready to leave your panties at the door.
The first thing Alyssa—my brand new secretary—said to me was that we needed to keep things...
She acted like I was some wild animal. Like I might grope her in our first investor meeting. It infuriated me—not because she was wrong, no. She was right about me. I was definitely an animal.
It just pissed me off that she thought she could tell me what to do.
I was the boss.
But fine. I tried to stop thinking about her long hair, her decadent curves, her intoxicating scent.
And I could have stopped fantasizing about her.
Until I found her fantasies.
Alyssa has been writing about how much she wants a man to control her. A man who can make her kneel, beg, sweat and moan.
A man like me.
My secretary has a secret—one I'm ready to use against her.
I'm about to see how professional she really wants to be.
This is a standalone novella with a HEA!
Penny Wylder writes just that-- wild romances. Happily Ever Afters are always better when they're a little dirty, so if you're looking for a page turner that will make you feel naughty in all the right places, jump right in and leave your panties at the door!
I received Filthy Boss by Penny Wylder for a honest review. I enjoyed this story, the premise was laid out from the beginning. The Boss has a reputation with the ladies so it's best to keep to the job you were hired for ( his secretary) and keep it professional.
Alyssa, is the new secretary for CEO Charles Saxon and from the beginning is warned of his reputation, she flat out tells Charles that she knows his ways with woman and wants to firmly state that she wants the relationship strictly professional. Alyssa writes out her fantasies with the boss on a webpage which Charles finds and is more than willing to make all her fantasies come true. I did like these two characters and wanted that HEA for them.
Filthy Boss is a short standalone novella, that is sexy hot, funny, romantic, and it has a small amount of deceit. I really hate being critical in a review, because I did like it. There is just to many errors with the grammar, I found myself having to take out words or rearrange them. I also wanted more of a connection with the characters, I got that a little later in the book. It's a good story, great premise and I do look forward to the next book by Penny Wylder. I am giving it 4 stars cause I DID LIKE IT.