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Meeting the man buying their company wasn’t on the agenda today. Meeting the man while massaging lotion on her ‘marshmallows’ – definitely not.
Smart and sexy Elise Donovan has made a career of fixing things. With a reputation for being the best in the business, her team is often pulled into front page headlines that need to be handled. After being away for six weeks attempting to repair a company just coming through a hostile takeover, time with her team at a luxury retreat is all she wants right now.
It’s no secret Reid Beckett is a serial player who only plays by the rules in business. At a retreat to announce the merger with his best friend’s company, his inability to stay away from the spunky brunette who is soon to be his employee has him questioning if rules really are made to be broken.
Vying for leverage Elise and Reid find themselves battling over who runs things in the boardroom and in the bedroom. Struggling to relinquish power for trust in their relationship, will they be able to leave the rules behind to find their Sunday loves?
Where is my Sunday LOVE!
Spoilers .... beware
Hit it out the ball park GOOD
This book was just AHHHHH I can't even begin to explain how amazing this book was!!!! You know you come across people, things, places and books in certain times in your life and you think WOW! How can this come at the exact same time I needed this! Well this happened with this book. I love how their relationship grew in such a short time at first. When you know you know! You know? Lol
I could not get enough when he called her Dove omggggg I wish she knew why or she probably does now lol. Ryan was sooooooo mean idk words may not leave physical scars but they leave eternity scars that we will always remember. I know it is hard to balance emotions and how to deal with stressful situations but oh my gosh his words cut deep. AND THEN REID!!!!!! He soooo dropped the ball I couldn't even read on I was FUMING! Then he goes and is being so adorable with Graham and Adam ughhh HOW CAN YOU STAY MAD! When you just want to climb on top of them and snuggles wink wink. Ahaha. The two weeks CUT ME
Sunday Love written by K.J. Lewis
5 amazing stars
For starters you shouldn't be wasting precious moments reading this review you should already be diving into Sunday Love. The ONLY problem with this book is that (besides I finished it) I don't know what book could follow in its wake. I loved everything about it….the humor and dynamics between friendship/co-workers, the smart/strong characters, the unique business they are involved in, the tender moments with heartbreaking side storylines intertwined within the story.
Elise has been best friends since the age of five with Theo. He is the CEO of Jacobs, Inc where she is employed. They ended up at different universities, both in the same city so they were never far apart. They know each other's secrets, love each other fiercely and have each other's back at all times. They have been working together for the last seven years. Theo had connections at Harvard and Elise had connections at Boston College, together they had an instant clientele.
Reid was in the process of purchasing Jacobs, Inc. from Theo. While in the meeting he meets Elise and gets distracted. He can't get her out of his mind, but knows that he can't mix business and pleasure, she soon would be his employee. Besides those reasons he never does relationships.
“Technically, I’m not her boss yet. Maybe she would be in to simply hooking up. She seems like a girl who can detach herself from the emotional side of things. She is a fixer, after all. One of the best in the business. I’ve done quite a bit of research on her. If there’s a problem, she’s who you want running the show.”
Elise and Reid are both used to running the show. Will Elise be able to give up power in the bedroom, but not the boardroom? Will Reid be able to give up control in the boardroom, but have control of Elise in the bedroom? He's use to being in control in all aspects of his life.
“It has to stop. You are not a ‘you’ anymore. You are a ‘we’ now. You say you’re a fixer. Fix this.”