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BABY AND THE BOSS
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BABY AND THE BOSS
Nia works as a secretary. On her first day, the new boss, Jake, makes a remark about her red hair, as if it was a bad thing! Since then, she has always felt a wall between them, which is especially painful because he is extremely attractive. One day, she is called into work by Jake, who says he hears something in the office. To their surprise, they find a baby! It seems like Jake’s twin brother, Josh, has left the son of his late wife with the two of them and vanished. They must look after the baby while trying to find Josh. So, what’s going to happen to Nia’s love life?
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- It went from this to that. 2
- JAB 08/04/2018
Alright, I felt that this one missed a couple of steps in the whole romance thing. It looks over in the course of two days, the heroine goes from the secretary of the guy who can't stand her appearance to the man who passionately loves her but sees the appearance of the situation the wrong way then after no contact for what, a month, they're tricked into a locked room and forced to talk to each other about their true feelings for each other. This revelation of feelings went from anger and hurt to passionate vows of love. For, it was a bit silly for a number of reasons. One, the whole thing about the brother having a tough time with keeping house and the little boy on task is understandable because the man has just lost the woman he loved and is forced to live the rest of his life without as well as being both parents to his newborn baby boy. It also doesn't help that his in-laws want to take the little boy away from him because they've been against the brother marrying their daughter from day one. The daughter would have married the hero but the brother and the daughter fell in love with each other and the hero gave them his blessings. Then, there's the whole bedroom situation; the hero believes the heroine and the brother got into bed with each other in a matter of hours, despite the whole taking care of the baby thing having wore the heroine out. I mean, the man leaves for the night and the heroine is stuck caring for a child whom doesn't go to sleep till three in the morning. Then we have the fight and the separation. I mean, I felt that the brother, despite his horrible decision to leave his son with his brother without even a note of explanation was the smarter and more collected person. It just didn't bring me that satisfaction that I wanted.
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