Goodreads Rating: 4.09 / 5 stars
My Rating: 4 / 5 stars
Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: July 19th 2018
Publisher: WGW Books LLC
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing this letter to formally announce my resignation from Parker International (& the arrogant, condescending CEO) effective two weeks from today.
This was a VERY EASY decision to make, as the past two years have been utterly miserable. I wish his next executive assistant all the luck in the world (she’ll need it) and if my boss should need me to do anything over the next two weeks, kindly tell him that he can do it [his] goddamn self…
Sincerely (Not Really),
That’s the version of my two weeks’ notice I should’ve sent to my boss, because the more professional version – the one where I said I was “grateful for all the opportunities,” and “honored by all the rewarding experiences” over the years?
That letter was rejected with his sexy, trademark smirk and an “I highly suggest you read the fine print of your contract…”
So, I did.
And now I’ve realized that unless I fake my death, poison him, or find a way to renegotiate my impossible contract, I’m stuck working under one of the cockiest and most ruthless bosses in New York.
Then again, I thought that was the case until he called me late last night with an emergency proposition…
**This is a standalone contemporary romance.**
Smutathon Book 3 – Author of Color
I’m on a roll for enemies to lovers / office romance and I picked this one because I heard it’s quick to read and fluffy.
Two Weeks Notice is about an asshole hotel mogul, Preston Parker. He has a reputation being a ruthless business man who fires a lot of executive assistants. When he discovered a thief in one of his hotel chains, he met Tara Lauren. A broke newly graduate Law student who’s caught eating free breakfast pretending to be a hotel guest.
I had a secondhand embarrassment while reading this book. Tara is apologetic about it and after making amends, she accepts his offer to be his Executive Assistant. However, how long will she last and tolerate him?
The story was lighthearted yet full of sexual tension. It took years before these two officially hooked up. I love when the heroine calls out her asshole love interest / boss. She’s so spunky! I deducted a star because I was expecting more endearment from the hero.