Monday, October 26, 2015

ARC: The Boss's Daughter - Aubrey Parker (Inferno Fall #1)

ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review
Release Date: October 27, 2015
Genre: Young Adult/Contemporary Romance
Synopsis: The first book in the Inferno Falls series, from your new favorite romance author.

Ever since losing her mother as a girl, Riley James has lived for her father, Mason. The loss has nearly consumed them both, and they’ve only survived it together. But while Mason is moving into his twilight years, Riley is still young and ready for her life to begin. Her father’s shared grief — once the warm embrace she needed — now feels like a set of shackles that are starting to chafe.

Brandon Grant is smack dab in the middle of his life’s best years. So far they’ve been devoted to the construction company where he’s dedicated the last several years. A product of the foster care system, Brandon comes from a dark enough past that he can never let anyone get too close — except his boss, Mason James, who steps into the void his father was never there to fill. After years of back breaking work, Brandon is finally about to land the promotion he’s always wanted. Soon, he’ll finally start living for himself, and find someone to share in the happiness he’s sure to earn … eventually.

But love can’t always wait …

Just as Brandon is being groomed for the position, he meets the sweetest, most charming, and electrifying girl he’s ever seen — and realizes, with the crushing, sinking knowledge that she’s Riley James, the boss’s daughter.

While Riley might be ready to move on, her father can’t, and he makes it abundantly clear that Brandon’s not to go near her. As he spends more and more time in the office, preparing to become the company’s big man, he clocks more time with Riley. Soon, their spark ignites to inferno.

Riley and Brandon must decide if their happiness still means what they’ve always thought, or if they’ve finally found the person who can turn their lives into something more.

Dive heart-first into Inferno Falls’ romantic firestorm with the first novel in this thrilling new series. Download The Boss’s Daughter NOW!

Yeah, yeah, that's a long ass synopsis and long ass genre. Well here is my honest review. I think that this book has a lot of potential to become a best seller. It's not overly graphic but it could have a little more detail.

Riley, the boss's daughter, is coming home from college and very close with her father because of the fact that she lost her mother at such a young age. Brandon, a hard-worker and reaching for the best as well as being a caretaker for his sister, Bridget. By the 20th-something chapter, their sexual tension is finally relieved and now, cue the dick-ness from Brandon because obviously nothing can happen between the boss's prodigy and the boss's daughter.

This quote really bothered me because it seemed a bit contradicting for me... "I leave the truck running just in case the battery decides to I make sure to lock the doors and hang onto the key..."

If I am not mistaken... I think the key is needed inside the ignition to keep it running, yes?

Anyways, that rant is over.

Well now that I finished the book, the above quote just needs to add that he took his APARTMENT key inside, not the car key. But you know, semantics. Aubrey Parker has a lot going for her with these series, definitely add in more detail. I don't know if I would consider this a New Adult book although there are some disruptions that make me want to put that in the genre.

You will constantly want to smack your head against the table because of the fact that even though Riley wants to be noticed for how smart she is not for who she is, she sure doesn't act like it by acting bratty towards Brandon. Maybe that is why he thought she was so attractive was because she put up a fight with him. As his sister said, 'You guys are just like kids'.

Honestly, I will rate this a 3.2 out of 5 stars. I can sense a lot of potential in Aubrey Parker and the Inferno Fall series so I will definitely read the next two in the series. 

Blog you later, awesome book nerds.

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