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Personal assistant Dominic is a consummate professional. Funny then, that he harbors such unprofessional feelings toward Tristan Maxwell, the CEO of the company. No, not in that way. The man may be the walking epitome of gorgeousness dressed up in a designer suit. But, Dominic’s immune. Unlike most of the workforce, he can see through the pretty facade to the arrogant, self-entitled asshole below. It’s lucky then, that the man’s easy enough to avoid.
Disaster strikes when Dominic finds himself having to work in close proximity as Tristan’s P.A. The man is infuriatingly unflappable, infuriatingly good-humored, and infuriatingly unorthodox. In short, just infuriating. A late-night rescue leading to a drunken pass only complicates matters further, especially with the discovery that Tristan is both straight and engaged.
Hatred turns to tolerance, tolerance to friendship, and friendship to mutual passion. One thing’s for sure, if Tristan sets his sights on Dominic, there’s no way Dominic has the necessary armor or willpower to keep a force of nature like Tristan at bay for long, no matter how unprofessional a relationship with the boss might be. He may just have to revise everything he previously thought and believed in a chance at love.
This is a funny, sweet, low angst story. Tristan is a little too nice to be true, but such a darling. Dominic is snarky, clever and funny.
Dominic made a snap decision to dislike his boss based on an interview given by Tristan. He does his best to be obnoxious to Tristan, but finds that Tristan is genuinely a nice guy. Once the confusion is cleared up, it’s still not smooth sailing to a relationship – Tristan still has a girlfriend to get rid of and Dominic doesn’t believe he and Tristan can be in a relationship. There some great secondary characters- Paul and Martin.
The story is great fun; I’d love to see a story about Paul and the bartender- I’m sure it would be fun ☺
4 stars out of 5