SEXY FILTHY BOSS by Piper Rayne is available now!

Today we are thrilled to be sharing Piper Rayne’s all-new contemporary romance, SEXY FILTHY BOSS: White Collar Workers – Book 1

 

He’s the sexy alpha male in the corner office who goes through assistants faster than free donuts in the breakroom.

I’m the assistant who was chosen to cover for his last fire.

The owner of the company is clear—hook the biggest client in our firm’s history and there’s a partnership for him and a promotion for me. Stipulation—we do it together.

It doesn’t take a tarot card-reading psychic to figure out where our story is headed… late nights, trips out of town, and more than a few awkward moments filled with sexual tension.

No worries though. I pride myself on my willpower. I can totally ignore his sexy grin, his rock-hard body and his dreamy brown eyes. I will not become the woman other women hate.

But it turns out that Enzo Mancini has a lot of layers and if I don’t stop peeling, I’m going to lose everything, including my dignity.

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Reviewed by Emma-Louise on behalf of KFF

I’ll be the first to admit that when it comes to a new release from these two beautiful ladies, I can’t help but gorge myself silly. The only downside is the wait for the next release to hit my kindle.

The Bianco brothers rocked my world in the Blue Collar Brothers series, I never assumed for a single hot minute that anybody else could knock them off the top spot for my affections; then I found Enzo Mancini and all my preconceptions were blown out the window. Only, it wasn’t just Enzo that stole my heart, if only. Annie was such a large piece of this book and Enzo morphed from one form to the other. The scenes where they are together and he’s affectionate always left me a hot gooey mess inside, but I’ll get to the romance side in just a bit.

Annie has a chip, just like most young women who have survived the bitterness of careless parenting. Trusts no one with her heart when it comes to romance and as she even said: she’s happy to be single and focus on her career. Shame she couldn’t have started her career for a less misogynistic sexist pig, but I digress.

New York runs at its own pace and that pace can sweep some people away and carry them far out to sea. Not Annie though, she’s tough and determined. Shrouding her heart and her emotions behind a suit of armour, what started off as harmless flirting with the Senior Ad Exec ends up in some very compromising situations, and of course, this leads to some of the funniest scenes I have ever read. Like why is it that ad agencies when they create an ad for ladies sanitary products always have a woman in white and someone out partying or having fun. I’m sorry people but us women know the only thing we want that time of the month is a hot water bottle, pain meds and to eat our weight in chocolate or ice cream; at home in our pyjamas and binge fest on Netflix. Again, I digress but this will make sense if you read this book.

Enzo wears his heart on his sleeve at times, leaving me pleading for Annie to see the wood through the trees. He’s sweet, he’s funny and he just wants what is best for her; if only she would get over herself and see the light. Frustration and laughter at the same time, not a fun combination, they heated their scenes up to dangerous levels and kept me so engrossed I lost all concept of time.

Both characters have a huge sense of family and their families really are what anchor them in this crazy world they live in. Being the middle son of three, of course, his brothers Dom and Carm give him a hard time but the crux of it is that no matter what they always have their brothers back and they will always do whatever they can to help. Just don’t ask them to let him win at rock paper scissors. I blame the coffee I snorted up my nose entirely on these wonderful ladies and FYI, coffee up your nose does not feel good, I can state that as fact.

There is something about this enigmatic duo of writers, they hit all the buttons and tick all the boxes, but don’t take my word for it; give them a go and you will not be disappointed, I can guarantee you that.

EXCERPT

© Piper Rayne 2019
All rights reserved.

“Good morning Mr. Mancini,” I answer.

“Enzo.”

“Okay.”

“Let’s practice. Repeat after me. Good morning, Enzo.” He puts a lilt in his voice that makes me smile.

“Good morning, Lorenzo.” I turn on my computer and turn my back to his office door, hoping to hide my smile.

He huffs. “Try that again.”

“What’s wrong with Lorenzo? It’s your proper name, isn’t it?”

“Yes, but it’s generally only used when I do something bad. Did I do something bad, Miss Stewart?”

His voice is full of innuendo, and a rocket from nowhere shoots right between my thighs. The ache grows the more his words repeat in my head. Bad. Miss Stewart. Bad.

I snap back to reality when I see his dry cleaning slip on my desk. “Totally inappropriate.”

“Noted. But it’s Enzo, and we’re going to get very little work done until you call me that.”

“Noted,” I mimic his answer.

 

Piper Rayne, or Piper and Rayne, whichever you prefer because we’re not one author, we’re two. Yep, you get two USA Today Bestselling authors for the price of one. Our goal is to bring you romance stories that have “Heartwarming Humor With a Side of Sizzle” (okay…you caught us, that’s our tagline). A little about us… We both have kindle’s full of one-clickable books. We’re both married to husbands who drive us to drink. We’re both chauffeurs to our kids. Most of all, we love hot heroes and quirky heroines that make us laugh, and we hope you do, too.

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