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One bad boss. One regrettable night. One laugh-out-loud romantic comedy!
I moved to New York to prove to everyone that I could — that I wasn't the baby they all thought I was. So landing a plum job working for Logan Cartwright at the prestigious Cartwright Diamonds should have been a dream come true.
Then I show up for my first day, and my new boss has no idea who I am. He thinks I'm the Muffin Girl (whatever that is.)
Turns out, he only hired me because he thought I was a guy. (Thanks Mom and Dad, for naming me Blake. #notawkwardatall)
But I'm not letting go that easily. I need this job, and I'm damn well going to fight for it.
Even if Logan Cartwright happens to be the boss from hell.
Even if he keeps looking at me with those smoldering blue eyes.
Even if he kisses me in his limo. And again in his office.
Even if he happens to drive me equal parts crazy and wild.
Logan Cartwright might have a reputation to uphold — heartbreaker, tycoon, jackhole — but I have something to prove, too.
Let's see who breaks first.
Another Great 5 ⭐️ Hit By Cat
I am voluntarily reviewing an advanced reader copy of this book, The Heartbreaker by Cat Carmine.
Blake is determined to prove she can make it on her own, to her family. Logan hired her (sight unseen) thinking she was a man and is NOT happy to find out otherwise. Blake needs the job and is dead set on keeping it. Will this end up being a complete disaster or the best thing that happened to both of them?
Written in Cat’s own special style, with heat, passion, family and love. Hope y’all enjoy this wonderful book as much I have!
LOVE THIS SERIES, MUST READ!
Heartbreaker is the third installment of the series about three sisters who grew up in Connecticut but relocated to New York. In The Deal Breaker and The Rule Breaker, her sisters, Emma and Rori, find love. In this book, it’s their younger sister, Blake’s, turn. I really love reading stories that are part of a series because you get to know what happens next to people who have come to feel like family. I read all three books and highly recommend them.
Blake’s character is so unique and charming that you love her from the start. She’s smart and passionate, and the way she meets Logan Cartwright, CEO of Cartwright Diamonds, is hilarious. She recently moved to NYC to be close to her sisters and is not having much luck in the employment department when opportunity literally rings on her cell phone. Blake is hired as Logan's personal assistant so she is naturally off-limits, but their attraction to one another is undeniable right from the start. Their banter and the way she stands up to him and proudly takes on any challenge he dishes out is inspiring. Blake is all kinds of sexy and sassy and I admire how she is willing to work hard and learn new tasks to make her dreams come true.
Logan never met anyone like Blake, and it was nice to see him caught off guard and open up to her. This book had me laughing out loud and routing for the two of them the entire time. I couldn’t stop reading so I could see what happened next.
Even though Logan tried to act like a tough guy and that he was in control, he was vulnerable and had trouble committing because of a past relationship. It was so sweet how he interacted with his mom, sister, niece, and nephew, and how he was in awe of Blake who treated him like a regular man and just wanted to be loved. He knew his relationship with Blake was different and he couldn’t stay away. She was there for him whenever he needed her, and he loved her unconditionally. Her reasoning, how she tried to explain different situations, was always a hoot and I am glad he had a sense of humor and thought so as well.
Even though she was young, when faced with an unexpected situation towards the end of the book, she followed her heart with grace and maturity and finally got her HEA, just like her sisters. I admire how Logan fought for her and gained her trust as well. The two of them were a perfect match with a true connection and I really enjoyed reading their journey.
I also liked her parents who owned a flower shop and were featured in this story as well as the past two books. It’s nice to read about extended family as in many books today the parents are dead or did something horrific to traumatize the hero or heroine. I am hoping to read more about this family in a future book!