- Musa Publishing
- Release Date
- May 2012
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Headhunting has never been so fun!
Secretary Ellen works in a headhunting office that handles most of its business by phone. When one job candidate, a marine engineer named Christian, drives to Edenton to assess the firm's legitimacy, he recognizes Ellen from something she thought was well in her past. When the sexual magnetism between Ellen and Christian boils over on the waterfront, they attempt a tryst that leaves them both feeling unsatisfied.
Christian sees Ellen as the mermaid of his fantasies and wants to build on their chance encounter, but does Ellen want to be caught in his net or will she swim off to get her satisfaction elsewhere?
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Aug 14, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
137 people found the following review helpful
EXECUTIVE DECISION is a short, hot read, an erotic romp of the senses.
Ellen works as an executive assistant for a small recruitment firm. Though not exactly happy with her lot, her day got more intriguing when gorgeous job seeker Christian walks in...
Ellen's internal voice was dry and witty, providing an offbeat sense of humor for the less-than-ideal situation of her current employment. She's a likeable heroine.
Christian, though, is a bit puzzling. When Ellen's boss almost caught them making out on his boat, I cannot believe that he just up and left! Leaving Ellen to face the music. Wow, what a gentleman! Not.
Because this is a short story (only 20 pages), the character's every actions are very important, and to have Christian behave in such a way doesn't really leave him in a good light. Though he apologized later on, I find myself unable to forgive him.
The ending left me puzzled. If you're looking for a quick, fun read to fill your lunch break or that wait at the dentist, check EXECUTIVE DECISION out.
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