Book Review: Abyss

 



There are many reasons I should have handed in my resignation the day I met my new boss, Hudson Case.

First off,
he’s the reason I lost my first waitressing job. Secondly, he’s gruff, grumpy, and another inconvenient g-word . . . gorgeous.

And to top it off, he’s my good friend’s dad.

Oh, and did I mention, he’s also my new roommate? Yeah, we’ll get to that in a sec.

It all started when I begged my friend to get me a temp position working as her dad’s admin until my big move at the end of summer. Little did I know, her dad was the same jerk who callously fired me from my previous waitressing gig.

He says I’m a walking migraine and a thorn in his side. So when I threaten to quit, why does his counteroffer include me moving in with him for business reasons?

But before we know it, we’re mixing business with pleasure.

A lot of pleasure.

Suddenly nothing feels temporary anymore. But it has to be, right? Because one way or another, our time together is coming to an end.


My Review

I loved everything about this book. Give me the grumpy, billionaire, silver fox that has magical fingers! The FMC that turns Hudson's life upside down with her orange shoes and baked goods. 

Kavi's nickname for Hudson of Captain CrankyD!ck was the perfect one. He definitely was cranky when they first met. Love the slow burn that quickly turned to fast burn once these two crossed the line. Hudson did fall first for Kavi. 

To quote Hudson..."I can't live without her. I only want to live with her."

Readers of the author's will love this newest book. Age gap, workplace romance that will have you skipping to work to read!


There are many reasons I should have handed in my resignation the day I met my new boss, Hudson Case.

First off,
he’s the reason I lost my first waitressing job. Secondly, he’s gruff, grumpy, and another inconvenient g-word . . . gorgeous.

And to top it off, he’s my good friend’s dad.

Oh, and did I mention, he’s also my new roommate? Yeah, we’ll get to that in a sec.

It all started when I begged my friend to get me a temp position working as her dad’s admin until my big move at the end of summer. Little did I know, her dad was the same jerk who callously fired me from my previous waitressing gig.

He says I’m a walking migraine and a thorn in his side. So when I threaten to quit, why does his counteroffer include me moving in with him for business reasons?

But before we know it, we’re mixing business with pleasure.

A lot of pleasure.

Suddenly nothing feels temporary anymore. But it has to be, right?

Because one way or another, our time together is coming to an end.

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