Book Review NSFW by Piper Lawson

Aug 092020
 

NSFW (Play #2) by Piper Lawson

Being bad never felt this good…

Avery Banks is a shark. The tall, blond, panty-melting kind with zero patience and even less forgiveness.

He’s also my boss.

Good thing I’m the Mae West of executive assistants. I live to put grown men in their place.

He wasn’t supposed to find out.

Now he’s made it his personal mission to screw me like I screwed him.

I wasn’t supposed to like it.

Avery’s new game is hot. Messy. Twisted. And what we’re doing is strictly NSFW.

Luckily Avery and I have one thing in common.

We both suck at following the rules.

NSFW is an interconnected standalone in Piper Lawson’s sexy bestselling PLAY series!

Every once in a while I read new authors trying to find new gems. I have certain tropes in mind and go search them out.

I stumbled on this book looking for office romance and I was happy with my results. At first I thought Avery was the female lead, but watch out for that to avoid the confusion.

I’ve read it as a standalone book.

Charlotte “Charlie” Merriweather is the office “police”. She knows more than she is supposed to and has sneaky little things behind her boss’ back. Like making a charity calendar with hot guys on her floor? Yes, she’s the one.

Avery Banks will soon take the role he’s been chasing his last years and becoming the man ahead a banking company after the last one went away for fraud. When he finds out what his assistant is doing, he fires her but soon, after a “change of heart” she will help him secure his plan and his position at the top of the company.

Everything becomes a challenge when feelings are involved and all of a sudden, his career doesn’t matter, love does.

I love office romances and this was a nice addition to my folder.

 

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