Executive Desires by Rhonda Laurel

Executive Desires by Rhonda Laurel
Publisher: Etopia press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (123 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Ginger

Bo Jamison isn’t looking forward to going home. While he does look forward to seeing his mom, he’s less than eager to see his less-than-friendly younger half brothers. And as CFO of Blake Enterprises, he’s got his hands full with a new business deal that demands his full attention. Bottom line: he doesn’t need the drama. But when the beautiful Waverly twins move into the condo across the hall, he finds the drama has just begun. Autumn Waverly is sexy and sophisticated, and definitely interested. Summer, not so much. Quieter and more down-to-earth, Summer seems as if she’d rather Bo just go away. Or is it the other way around? Between trying to figure out which twin is which, and finding reasons to spend time with both of them, Bo finds himself in the enviable position of having two beautiful women on his arm.

But when one of them knocks on his door late at night and invites herself into his bed, Bo’s not sure what came over him. Or who. The passion between them is electric, but the sisters aren’t talking. In fact, it almost seems as if they’re toying with him. The who’s-who game is fun at first—until Bo finds himself falling for his mysterious midnight visitor. If only he could figure out who she was—and why she wouldn’t tell him…

Bo Jamison, CFO of Blake Enterprises,  is happily enjoying his single life. Being around his family and friends and keeping up with his mother and father that have been divorced for quite some time seems to be efficient enough to keep him occupied. When Summer and Autumn Waverly move in next door he finds even more to keep him occupied.

Executive Desires is a cute, fun read that revolves around the love of family, friends and people of success. I enjoyed the story for the most part. The family get-togethers were heart warming and refreshing to read about. The multiple family and friend names mentioned shows that this family is one that not only multiplies but believes in keeping family first and close.

There wasn’t much of a mystery to which twin Bo would end up. The different personalities between the twins made for an interesting twist. One twin that likes the lime light and the other that enjoy being behind the scenes. I liked that the women were both strong and business minded and able to handle their own in making a proficient gaming business.

To avoid spoilers, I won’t state who Bo falls for. However, I think their relationship wasn’t really shown in detail. They started saying I love you pretty quickly in the relationship. I would have liked to have read more about how they got to know each other, how they built up to something more serious.

This family is an enjoyable one to read about. This is book 10 in the series, so I am not sure if the author will continue on with the series but if she decides to I’ll be sure to read the next installment. This is one I would recommend to a reader that enjoys a good vibe of a close net family that definitely shows a lot of love.

Speak Your Mind