Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Corporate Affair 18+

The following review is for 18+ readers. 
4 of 5 stars false 
A smart, sexy entrepreneur. A wealthy, arrogant ladies’ man set on purchasing her company. And a hotbed of chemistry neither one of them anticipated.
Aiden Stewart is just going through the motions of running the family business, a mega communications company snapping up all the competition. His trip to a tiny New England town to negotiate the purchase of ChatDotCom is nothing more than an interruption in his plans for his next female conquest. The last thing he expects is for Chat’s CEO M. Jordan Fitzgerald to be a woman who takes his breath away.
Jordan is focused on business, not romance. She’s got too much at stake, working to protect Chat’s employees, as well as making sure her family is taken care of. Falling in love is not part of the business plan, but resisting the man she really should not want is proving impossible.
When a rival wants to take over Chat too, Jordan struggles to keep her personal life from affecting the business deal. With secrets that could ruin everything, she has to decide if she can balance business with pleasure.

Linda Cunningham introduces hot new characters in her second Small Town novel, a steamy office romance set in idyllic Clark’s Corner, Vermont.


****This book was part of a blog tour, I received a copy for my honest review****
Aiden is a spoiled rich playboy who works for his families company. He goes to purchase a company and meets Jordan. What he thought was going to be an easy buy out turns into something completely different. Jordan has secrets, she needs her job and when another company tries to take over her company she has to learn to trust Aiden or both of them will end up losing. Jordan is a strong woman, she has worked hard to get where she is, and she is also a single mother. Aiden started out as a player with selfish tendencies and entitled attitude, by the end of the book I loved the guy. The two of them had strong chemistry and I really liked how Aiden refused to give up on his relationship with Jordan. The people from the small town were warm, welcoming and took care of each other. There were some conflicts in the story which ultimately brought the two main characters closer together. The writing was good, there was a bit of mystery to it that kept me interested. This book was good and I really enjoyed reading it.


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  1. Looking forward to checking this one out! :-)

  2. Thanks for sharing your review, seem like an interesting read.