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The Millionaire Upstairs (Dreamspun Desires…

The Millionaire Upstairs (Dreamspun Desires Book 1)

by M.J. O'Shea

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The world of high fashion is a great setting with all its glamour, intrigue, and beautiful people fighting to get to, or remain, at the top of their game. Add an office romance, of sorts, between a talented assistant and a well-established fashion icon, and this story had my full attention.

Sasha loves his job working for Joanne Kingsley, but being told he has to work for her brusque, grumpy brother doesn't make him happy. He had one run-in with the man when he was first hired, and Sasha was less than impressed. Nobody else seems to get along with Harrison either, but Sasha is determined to stand his ground. That he is attracted to the gruff older man is neither here nor there, or so Sasha tries to tell himself.

Harrison is self-confident, works hard, and believes he deserves everyone's admiration. He has certain standards and expectations, and while the jury is out on Sasha as far as work is concerned, Harrison knows he desires the young man with a vengeance. Not that he will show any weakness by letting him know...

In a classic case of "assistant falls for the boss while the boss lusts after his assistant", this story takes off when both men clash, fight themselves and their expectations, then battle wills some more. If you're looking for an entertaining, witty story with a great setting and wonderfully quirky and determined characters, then you will probably like this novella. I loved it and recommend it to anyone looking to spend a fun few hours reading about the glitzy, dazzling world of fashion design topped off with a romance that might make you feel a little hot under your collar.

NOTE: This book was provided by Dreamspinner Press for the purpose of a review. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 14, 2017 |
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