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216 pages, Kindle Edition
First published November 3, 2017
She'd been a very good girl for a very long time. She was long overdue a fall from grace.The set up for the story was soooooo good, and at the sentence level, Bad for the Boss was way above average. For example:
It was the kind of smile that could make a man forget himself completely, but she deployed it with an innocence that somehow made the effect a thousand times more intense.Unfortunately, the story takes so many abrupt/weird turns into left field. I was left with a frown on my face and What the heck? on the tip of my tongue again and again:
❝He was intoxicating and intoxicated all at once; they were drunk on each other. And she knew, the way she’d never known anything else, that it would always be like this.❞
“Let me play with you, Jenny. Can I?"
“Previously, lust had been a vodka shot; with him, it was a pill.”
[heroine got them lust feels’] “She felt like a storm cloud, swollen, heavy, but floating nonetheless.”
“The balance of society is weighted unfairly in favor of men, so anything they might give me in return for the blessing of my time is nothing less than what I deserve.”