Flirting With The Competition

Kerri Carpenter
Flirting With The Competition
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Publisher
Entangled: Lovestruck
Release Date
October 2014
Genre
Contemporary Romance

SUMMARY
The sexiest things happen in confined spaces…

Under normal circumstances, Whitney March might have appreciated sharing an elevator with a ridiculously attractive and clearly wealthy guy. Even enjoyed it. But when her companion turns out to be the man who almost ran her over in parking garage moments earlier? Nope and nope. Besides, she's on her way to a job interview at a prestigious law firm, and she needs to stay focused. Not staring at the rich and sexy jerk.

Then the elevator comes to an abrupt stop. They're stuck.

Jordan Campbell has every intention of acing the interview for his dream job, and he's not about to let anything stop him. Not even the sexy, capable, and fiery woman who turns out to be his main competitor he's trapped with. The only thing they have in common is determination to get the job...and an escalating attraction. And it's only a matter of time before these competitors indulge in a very sexy little connection between floors.

Book Review by Rachel's Willful Thoughts (reviewer)
Nov 13, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
96 people found the following review helpful
It's one thing to get stuck in an elevator on the way to a job interview. It's something even worse when you get stuck in that same elevator with the other person being interviewed for the job...and he is one hot guy.

Author Kerri Carpenter throws attorneys Whitney March and Jordan Campbell together in an elevator for five hours in FLIRTING WITH THE COMPETITION. Given that they didn't exactly meet under the best of terms, it appeared that the time was going to really creep by.

My expectation is that this would be a wild and raunchy read, but the author didn't take it in that direction. While there is chemistry between the characters, the storyline doesn't step over the line into erotica.

It's a short read, but easy to follow. While there's not a lot of plot development, there's a lot of emphasis on building a rapport between the characters. There were a few scattered errors to be cleaned up in a line edit, but nothing that distracted me from the story.

I found this to be a pleasant quick read, complete with some fun sassy dialogue.
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