Friday, November 2, 2018

Lies, Love, and Breakfast at Tiffany's - Julie Wright

Synopsis: Sylvia's old boss miraculously shows up to help her get her new boss back to the office after a drunken evening out. New boss isn't fit to work to meet the deadline looming so old boss gives her some tips to get the project finished in time. New boss is a jerk. Old boss, not so much. Ben has been harboring a crush on Sylvia since they started working together years ago. Company rules kept him from acting on his feelings. But now that they've reconnected and she's no longer working for him, this just might be his opportunity to get her to consider him as more than just a nice guy. Or maybe not.

Review: This second book in the series is pretty good but I'll admit to not loving it quite as much as the first. I like that Emma shows up here and plays a significant role. Sylvia and Ben are a great couple. I like how their relationship develops. I like both of them. They're good people that you enjoy getting to know. I just don't love all the Audrey Hepburn. It's not horrible. I just felt like I'd had enough after a bit. It's a great story with a nice cast of supporting characters. Definitely worth a read and a fun addition to the series.

Amazon $11.59

I received an ARC to review.

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