Teaching The Boss

STAND ALONE CONTEMPORARY BILLIONAIRE ROMANCE For a limited time, you can get a bonus scene showing April and Sam s first meeting FREE the Cross Falls Series Part One novella Falling Secrets FREE click here to find out mallorycrowe freeml just copy and paste into your browser Business school student April Morgan is ready to graduate frSTAND ALONE CONTEMPORARY BILLIONAIRE ROMANCE For a limited time, you can get a bonus scene showing April and Sam s first meeting FREE the Cross Falls Series Part One novella Falling Secrets FREE click here to find out mallorycrowe freeml just copy and paste into your browser Business school student April Morgan is ready to graduate from school, from the secretary pool, and from never gonna happen fantasies involving Sam Hunt, her hunky billionaire boss But when Sam s girlfriend of the week pushes her too far, April finds herself quitting on the spot with only a mountain of student loan debt to keep her company In steps Sam s worst enemy, his father, with a job offer she can t refuse Sam was born into privilege, but refused to live life with a silver spoon in his mouth After a decade of hard work, he s on the verge of taking his business public and proving to his tyrannical family that he can make it without their help When he finds out that April is working for his father, he knows she s been turned into a pawn in his father s twisted games Despite Sam s warnings, April is determined to prove she doesn t need him to make in New York City But when she finds documents that could lead to Sam losing everything he s worked for, April realizes that she and Sam have to work together to save the empire they ve both worked to build Interview with the Author Q What inspired you to write April and Sam s story A When I first thought of April and Sam, I was working crazy long hours at the time and strangely enough a slowed down cover of a rap song made me think of an overworked assistant who starts out totally in love with her Tycoon boss and, by the end of the song, she s disillusioned by the lifestyle and is ready to branch out on her own Teaching The Boss starts after this music video I made in my mind April is just coming into her own and Sam doesn t really realize how much he needs her until she is gone And then the billionaire has to bargain to get her back The shifting power play between the two was a blast to write Q Why should readers give these books a try A All I can say is that I LOVED writing them and I think readers will really be drawn into the characters I adore putting two strong leads into tough situations and seeing them work together to grow For this first book in the series, I took the quintessential office romance, an untamed billionaire and a sexy secretary, and then completely shook up the power structure between the two and saw how they reacted Throw in a few secrets and revenge plots and the result is explosive Q Why did you choose to set the Billionaires In The City books New York City A Because it s the city of endless possibilities There are so many different fantastic settings to play with, between the Upper East Side, Soho, Brooklyn and Queens They re all so close together and each have distinct personalities that can fit the characters perfectly But, as much as I love NYC, I m planning to branch out in the future, so I made sure I didn t name the city in the subtitle In book two, the Simon and Grace even take a trip to the Hamptons where they can get into even trouble Tycoon Billionaire eBook Categories Billionaire Romance Free Books Billionaire Obsession Billionaire Untamed Billionaire Bargain Tycoon Series Tycoons Proposal Tycoons Secret
Teaching The Boss STAND ALONE CONTEMPORARY BILLIONAIRE ROMANCE For a limited time you can get a bonus scene showing April and Sam s first meeting FREE the Cross Falls Series Part One novella Falling Secrets FREE click

  • Title: Teaching The Boss
  • Author: Mallory Crowe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Teaching The Boss”

    1. This is more like a 3.5. It lost stars when the story just up and ended. It left questions still unanswered and stories left untold. Yes the next book does have one of the characters in it but I'm still likeOk so, here is what we haveNo one is quite who they seem.April has been working for Sam for 6 years, more than worked, she has helped establish his company. During that time she has fallen secretly in love with him, she is also Sam's go-to person, lap dog, advisor and good friend. So when she [...]

    2. Published: 11/03/2015Author: Mallory CroweRecommended for: fans of billionaire romancesI saw this novel on the Kindle Store for free and so I thought I would give it a try. This is part of the Billionaires in the City series of books, it is a story about a college student (April) who is in love with her 'hunky' boss Sam Hunt. This book takes us on the journey with April through quitting college, losing Sam then working for his nemesis. It is a good story to read and one that will keep your atten [...]

    3. One of many office romance stories. Quite typical. A manwhore of a boss, skinny, bitchy ex girlfriends of said boss and guess whats, that's right, an unappreciated, overworked assistant with a hidden silly crush. And some daddy issues.

    4. It was okay book, I understand having a crush on your assistant after a while you say fuck it and go for it you do not wait until 6 YEARS and to top it off after she quits. He should have realized how important she was not let his hussy of the month do damage. He was so lame no alpha male just lame, she however I did like but there were moments I wanted to slap her to get real. overall it was okay I hope the second one is better it does sound interesting.

    5. 3.5 stars-ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date March 11, 2015STAND ALONE CONTEMPORARY BILLIONAIRE ROMANCEBusiness-school student April Morgan is ready to graduate--from school, from the secretary pool, and from never-gonna-happen fantasies involving Sam Hunt, her hunky billionaire boss. But when Sam’s girlfriend of the week pushes her too far, April finds herself quitting on the spot with only a mountain of student loan debt to keep her company. In steps Sam’s worst enemy, his father, with a job off [...]

    6. 4.5 starsThis is the best book I've read in a while. I loved the characters. They were well developed. Neither were perfect, but that was okay because they had enough redeeming qualities to make them likable.There were some things in this book I didn't expect, including the set up for the second book in the series which I plan to check out in the not too distant future. It was a fairly long book but I never felt as if it was dragging. In fact, I didn't want the book to end. I would have been hap [...]

    7. Let's just say I'm happy for not spending a single penny on this. The only teaching here was for me to learn not to get fooled by a alluring misleading blurb.

    8. April has worked as an administrative assistant for Sam for 6 years. She knows him very well and the two has a great working relationship. April also has a secret admiration for the man but it's one sided. Sam starts to date another girl who after a couple of weeks starts to feel threatened by April's important presence in Sam's life. She asks him to fire her. April overhears this conversation and decides to quit working for him. When Sam loses her he starts to know how important she is to himTh [...]

    9. Nice tale of college student April who who pines for her workaholic boss Sam. The question to be answered is whether she could ever be more important than Samual Hunt's business. Here we watch Sam's mild disinterest morph into something much more. Even though the love affair and affection seemed one sided for a majority of the story. The male. lead does redeem himself by the end of the story. For my fellow angsty love triangle lovers, there's a good dose here. An added bonus is that we get an in [...]

    10. The first book in the Billionaires in the City series by Mallory Crowe. Billionaire Sam Hunt is dating a model, Oksana, who thinks Sam should get rid of his administrative assistant, April Morgan. But April has been with him for years and he doesn't want to. But when April discovers he is even thinking about it, she quits. Then Sam's father hires April to work in his company.I read Mallory Crowe's Devereaux Billionaires series before this one. I enjoyed that series. I found that I had this book [...]

    11. BOOK CHICK REVIEWI received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review through Netgalley.I became interested in this book through the intriguing cover. It wasn't a bad read, the author did a decent enough job to keep the reader interested. However, I felt the book was lacking something about half way through. From then on, the book wasn't as interesting.I liked the characters, and enjoyed the banter between Sam and April. I did get really annoyed by how they went from happy co [...]

    12. Another book set in the world of Big Business. On the Asset side - this is capably written, and doesn't suffer from plot overload. The Hero is an over-confident alpha, the heroine his long-suffering PA, who cuts him no slack at all - one of the best things about the book are her put-downs. I'm marking this right down though for two reasons -1. the plot depends on the hero's Evil Father sneakily buying out the external shareholders in the hero's company, thus giving the E.F. control. [Mwahahahah [...]

    13. Teaching the Boss by Mallory CrowePurchased: Free on Kindle BooksMy Rating: 2 of 5 StarsSome Spoilers!What's it all about?Assistant fall for boss, boss is oblivious, boss falls for girl, boss can’t have girl, boss and girl end up together. ‘Teaching the Boss’ is a semi typical romance novel and follows all the parallels, but when April and Sam are introduced the difference is that April isn’t just his assistant, but his friend and the one who helped him build his company. April and Sam [...]

    14. This is a romance mixed with corporate espionage, mixed with repairing familial relationships. Standalone. Apparently there's a prequel, but this was strange enough.April has been working for young billionaire Sam Hunt for 6 years helping him to build his business, and she's also attending college. She's essentially his girl Friday, and doesn't really notice her beyond a professional relationship. Then one day Sam's GF Oksana encourages him to fire April, or relocate her. April overhears the con [...]

    15. I'm just going to jump right in here. Sam owned his own business. April was his assistant. She'd been with him six years so she knew him well, had been there for him through good times and bad. She knows the man, knows his character, so when his supermodel girlfriend demands he get rid of her, April can't believe he doesn't outright refuse. She is listening inadvertently to the conversation as Sam forgot to close the door. When he sees she's there, he rushes to make amends. In tears, she tells h [...]

    16. I kind of liked this book but the author should really have followed the rule of writing about what you know.On the plus side it was an easy fun read for when you're looking for something not too challenging and there is a bit of heat between the two main characters Sam and April. Generally the story ticks along quite nicely.However on the downside I get the impression the author knows next to nothing about business or finance. This makes writing a book about corporate espionage and the business [...]

    17. April has been half in love with her boss for six years. It's only once she quits that her boss, Sam, realises he can't live without her in his life - professionally and personally. This book had all the elements for a great read but just fell a little short for me. April is shown to be the loving, caring, epic and awesome assistant who is more than just an employee. But as devoted as she seems to be to Sam and his company, it doesn't take much for her to jump ship. And not only leaving Sam's bu [...]

    18. 3.5 stars. Short and cute. It starts off with a very common trope: rich boss who sleeps with gorgeous bitchy models doesn't notice his (formerly frumpy) secretary who has been there with him and supported him (while secretly being infatuated won't him). There is a little more depth than usual, but the book is mostly undeveloped. There are many interesting supporting characters, but they're undeveloped. The h's best friends, the H's OW, Simon, the H's father. Even the H and h's relationship is no [...]

    19. Free read. Having read a lot of Harlequin romances in my day, I knew what I was getting into here, and there were some strengths and weaknesses. Strengths: April was a really strong woman, very smart, and with a few minor exceptions, she listened to her own instincts and took matters into her own hands when needed. I don't know if I thought Sam really deserved her, honestly. He seemed fairly weak (the beginning with Oksana Yuck!), and prone to being very wishy-washy. After finding out the real [...]

    20. 3.5* I have mixed feelings about this book, there were parts I enjoyed and other parts not so much. Which is one reason it took me nearly a week to read, the other being I never felt very invested in April and Sam as a couple. So spent most of the time wondering why April just didn't walk away and never look back, but there were a few moments when I got the attraction, and enjoyed the story especially when the working relationship morphed into a personal one.

    21. Easy read once you get into the book for awhile.This book was hard to put down once it got going and I enjoyed it because it was family oriented and even families sometime fight it shows blood is thicker than water. Also, proves to show behind every successful man stands a good woman.

    22. This was a stock standard for the Kindle Freebie on . A blah lifeless sort of plot with semi-likeable characters. I can't really offer much more because it was just so cookie cutter and average.

    23. April and Sam's relationship started out rocky but once I kept reading on, I fell in love with their relationship, how it was built, the way Sam made April feel special. A wonderful romance story.

    24. Meh. There's nothing that stands out as terrible, but there is nothing that stands out as great. This was just a very middle of the road read for me.

    25. • I received an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! •Review will be up tomorrow!

    26. "Teaching the Boss" the first book in the "Billionaires in the City" series by Mallory Crowe. I seam to be reading these series backwards. I just read the three book set of "Devereaux Billionaires " series. From what I can see they seem to be a part of the "Billionaires in the City" series. It's kind of confusing. Confusing or not I'm enjoying them all!"Teaching the Boss" is another great story by Mallory Crowe. She writes characters so well. You can't help but love them and get right into their [...]

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