After spilling her tea, she discovers she has no gas in her car. Add that her arm keeps sticking to her dress from syrup left on the console of her car, flustered feels like an understatement.
Then she sees her new boss.
Graham Landry is the epitome of NSFW in his custom-fit suit, black-rimmed glasses, and a look so stern her libido doesn’t stand a chance. Being flustered is just the start of her problems.
Her punctuality is only the start of his. With a pink slip in hand, he’s been waiting on his new secretary to show up only to let her go. Then she rushes in with her doe eyes and rambling excuses, smelling like bacon and lavender. The termination paper falls to the side as she falls in his arms.
This is a disaster in the making. Not because of his pinpoint exactness or her free spirit, but because when they’re together, the sparks that fly threaten to burn the whole place down.
There’s something so satisfying about reading a series about hot brothers, each a stand alone but intersect so wonderfully you cannot put it down, Switch is just one of those books. The whole family dynamic is fantastic.
The chemistry between Graham and Mallory is scorching hot, but it is the banter they share in every conversation that steals the show.
Switch is a little angsty, funny, emotional and all around feel good romance.
Adrian’s has a nack of making you fall in love with each couple she writes about, her writing is fantastic she pulls you into each book.
Lovely read enjoyed it very much.