I’ve previously reviewed the first book in the series. And the only real issues I had with it were the formatting and a few clichés. It was almost a five star. So I decided: What the hell, let’s go for it!
Now, Please picks up where the other book leaves off. Olivia and Hunter are pretty much together. So now it’s figuring out their power dynamic since they are still working together and how they fit into each other’s social lives.
Business wise and bedroom wise Hunter and Olivia fit together super well. I believe the attraction. I enjoyed the various business plots and the conflicts that arose from it. For the most part I really liked this book. It’s brainless. It’s fun. The characters are great. I love the side characters. Brenda and Bruce are the best.
Once again there are clichés.
There’s the usual closed off alpha male with a darkish past. And in this book, the past rises up to be the conflict in the form of Hunter’s dad. His father doesn’t approve of Hunter’s relationship with Olivia. There’s a lot of fighting. And it, of course, leads to the “I must break up with you to protect you and oh by the way I am now getting engaged to this new replacement goldfish that my father approves of.”
Cue me rolling my eyes.
But I also admit, I’m a bit jaded. I have opinions. I don’t always like the typical tropes and conventions of a lot of category romance.
That being said, I did like the book.
And so I’m happy to give it.
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