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A Nine-to-Five Affair
Emmy keeps losing family members and in the 22 years she's been alive, she's learned two things: the ones she loves easily go away and she has terrible luck with bosses. She quit her job at the last company she worked for after she punched her boss for sexual harrassment. Somehow, she manages to get a temp job as a secretary at another big company. However, her new boss, Barden, is an extremely handsome playboy who always has women calling left and right. He even seems to be having an affair with his friend's wife... Other than that, he'd be the perfect boss!
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- Aunties and Harleys 5
- JAB 05/29/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
I must admit that the way the heroine loses her family members has been a bit strange. Her mother dies from getting run over by a lawn mower and her father by a science experiment. Now, she is trying to take care of her step grandmother(Auntie) whose son was really nice to the heroine. She loses her job because after the stepfather's death, Auntie has Alzheimer's and wanders from the retirement home she lives in. I found it ridiculous that the staff have let it happen more than once. The heroine goes after her but loses her job and because she hit her lecherous boss for being grab hands. She finds Auntie and goes out for a new job that involves with the hero. It's funny of how the hero and the heroine interact and both find out things about each other. I like that the heroine learns that the hero isn't such a bad person. I like the hero learning of how dedicated the heroine is to family. It's a great story to read.
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