Down To Business (Coleman Engineering #2) by HelenKay Dimon
Series: Coleman Engineering #2
Also in this series: Risque Business (Coleman Engineering #1)
Publisher: Helenkay Dimon
Publication Date: July 1st 2012
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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There is always something interesting happening behind the scenes at Coleman Engineering...
Millionaire businessman Rob Coleman has more than work on his mind. The glassed-in atrium of his office building provides the perfect view of the sexy woman in the office across from his. The same woman who wear short skirts, and Rob has a certain weakness for pretty women in short skirts.
When a chance run-in at the lobby coffee cart leads to much more intimate meetings, none of which are work-related, Rob realizes he's lost control and is thinking about Ella Lachlan all the time. For a man who doesn't mix business with pleasure, figuring out his fantasy woman is also his ex-wife's new assistant means one thing – trouble.
Approximately 17,000 words
This book was another great addition to Dimon’s backlist. Short and steamy which has been just my speed lately. I have to say that I’m a fan of sex in the office. Reading this book had me lifting my eyebrows and grinning like a crazy person. It was a great way to spend an hour or two. It was very entertaining and the idea of meeting the sexy guy from across the way for a quickie at work is so dirty and yet so intriguing.
I wasn’t a fan of the secrets that Rob kept from Ella and the way that Ella found out about those secrets but really, I forgave him because well, he was Rob. The sexy way that he started their little affair made my heart about go up in flames. It was so sexy and well, I would have called off and spent the entire freaking day waiting on the damn elevator for Rob so I don’t blame Ella for being game.
I need to read more Helenkay Dimon books because this was another good one.
Grade: 4 out of 5
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