Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2020
Can I just say... this series has been absolute PERFECTION. Each book has a completely different vibe, stands on its own but reads even better as a series, and showcases romantic comedy with depth. I’ve been waiting a full year for Rath’s book and am delighted to say that is was everything I could’ve hoped for.
The story follows Charlee, an executive assistant in need of a job. When a friend recommends her for a position working with Rath, neither one has any idea what they’re in store for. Charlee is a dash of brightness and charm in Rath’s otherwise dull life, with a quirky and endearing personality he can’t resist for long. The only problem? Rath has experience falling for a coworker, and he knows all too well the reasons it’s a terrible idea.
I laughed my butt off reading this - there’s so much lightness and fun that the pages fly by, but there’s plenty of depth as well. We see the sweet, sexy side of Rath that’s buried beneath his grumpiness as well as the frat boy persona he has with his friends. While this has a whole lot of comedy (especially at the beginning), it gets deeper and more emotional as the story goes on. Just when I started thinking it was getting too heavy and too focused on sex, Quinn turned things around and hit me with a great ending. I’m so glad Quinn decided to give us Rath’s story, and I cannot wait to see what she writes next. I received an ARC via Candi Kane PR (then purchased it for my collection) and am voluntarily leaving a review of this hysterical yet heartwarming book.