Title: Bad Boss
Series: Unprofessional Bad Boys
Author: Clarissa Wild
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: July 19, 2017
Cover Designer: Booming Covers
What do men want more than anything? Money and women.
As the CEO of one of the biggest companies in the city, I am one lucky man.
Everyone wants a taste of what I’ve got to offer, and it’s massive. Girls fight over me in droves.
In my fantasy, of course. I had to make some sacrifices to get to the top.
To protect myself and the company, I always have to hide my dirty little secret…
I’m a panty sniffer.
What? A man has needs. Mine are just a bit more… outrageous. Instead of dating, I hoard panties.
Except it’s about to blow up in my face.
Because a beautiful girl just showed up for a job interview … the same girl I just bought a pair of panties from anonymously…
And what do I do?
I let my junk do the thinking, and hire her as my intern.
Author’s note: Don’t take it too hard, it’s just a book, not a big D. But this guy does have one. I’m not kidding. His schlong is huge and his ego is too, so beware. And as always … if you don’t like slapstick jokes and corny romance, don’t bother to read.
Reviewed by Emma-Louise on behalf of KFF
“A man has needs. Mine are just a bit more… outrageous. Instead of dating, I hoard panties.”
Bad Boss, what a heck of a journey, the blurb caught me by total surprise. What a way to catch the reader. I’ve read all sorts of kink books, but I’ve never come across a man like TJ Morrows before in my life. What a wonderfully eccentric and enjoyable character TJ is. He had me in stitches of laughter so many times.
“It’s not like I can just come out with my name and let the whole damn world know I’m a pervert, now can I? I need to be undercover. Subtle and secretive. Like a ninja”
A male character with a penchant for kinky is a delight to behold, especially when done correctly. But, to see Lesley is just as kinky with an additional scoop of sass and brazenness was so fun to watch.
Bad Boss was full of ups and down and carried me along with the story as it unfolded. I loved how the push and pull happened with Lesley & TJ. How real it all felt and just how well it was written. Nothing was rushed, everything felt right and even though it was book 2 in a series it can be read as a standalone. I so enjoyed this book. It was fun at times, it was serious at others and most important it was a well built up, slow burn romance.