Weston Conrad is the best headhunter in the business. That handsome smile goes a long way toward convincing most people to trust him with their future. I'm not most people. I'm his direct competition. And it doesn't hurt to be just the kind of woman he's been looking for.
I'm gonna flash you these legs, Weston Conrad. I'm gonna wear low-cut shirts and micro-mini skirts. I'm gonna dazzle you with wit and conversation and kiss those lips like they're exactly what I've been waiting for.
So don't hate me when you figure out my secret. You understand, right? You're Mr. Corporate, and this is just business.
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The series gets better and better with each book.
Victoria Arias= 40 times too many
Here is the thing-- I normally like JA Huss's writing style. I loved the 1st book in this series and I liked the second even though it was a bit more controversial-no problems there. This book though.....Oh how I struggled to finish this book. I would not have finished it had it not been part of a series that I want to see to the end. I also figured I would miss some Easter eggs if I skipped it. I was right. So the most disappointing part of this book was the character of Victoria Arias. Not only was she maybe the most annoying character I have ever come across but the constant use of her full name drove me nuts. It was used 40 times. I did a search on my Kindle just to see. It was very annoying.
The narration was great. I had no problems there. Although I have to say that Abby's narration was also spot on bitchy for Victoria. I can't say that it helped me to like the character any better, it was performed as written.
I could not stop myself over and over from thinking "what an utter bitch" when it came to Victoria. I found everything about her to be childish and sullen instead of confident and independent as she wanted to be perceived. Oh and the constant slapping and hitting that she did of Weston while they were on the island. Enough already. I honestly cannot think of one redeeming quality for this character. I could go on and on about her negative traits and I cannot think of one positive one. So yeah, worst heroine ever and I use that term in the loosest form.
I am continuing with the series but this book was a definite fail for me. I would not read it again and I cannot recommend it.
- Tina Arnold