By Whitney G.
A steamy, office-romance novella from New York Times bestselling author, Whitney G…
He definitely wasn’t supposed to get that email…
Subject: My Boss.
Have I already told you that I hate my boss today?
Sexy as hell or not, this pompous, arrogant, ASSHOLE asked me to pick up his dry cleaning the second I walked through the door. Then he told me that I needed to take his Jaguar to a car wash that was ten miles outside of the city, but only after I needed to stand in a never-ending line to buy some type of limited, hundred-dollar watch.
I honestly can’t wait to see the look on his face two months from now when I tell him that I’m quitting his company and that he can kiss my ass. KISS. MY. ASS.
All those former fantasies about him kissing me with his “mouth of perfection” or bending me over my desk and filling me with his cock are long over. OVER.
PS–Please tell me your day is going better than mine…
Subject: Re: My Boss.
No, you haven’t already told me that you hate your “boss” today, but seeing as though you’ve sent me this email directly, I know now…
Yes, I did ask you to pick up my dry cleaning the second you arrived to work to day. (Where is it?) And I did tell you to take my Jaguar to the car wash and pick up my thousand-dollar watch. (Thank you for taking five hours to do something that could be accomplished in two.)
You don’t have to wait two months from now to see the look on my face when you tell me you’re quitting. I’m standing outside your office at this very moment. ( Open the door. )
No comment on your “fantasies,” although I highly doubt they’re “long over.”
PS—Yes. My day is definitely going far better than yours…
“Subject: My Boss.
Have I already told you that I hate my boss today?” (Mya London, by email)
Whitney G. strikes back again!!! I laughed a lot with this new book. Naughty Boss is a short but extremely funny and spicy story. Want to know more?
Well, this is a story of the explosive relationship between Michael Leighton and Mya London, boss and assistant respectively. They live in a hatred storm of sharp responses at a publishing company. And having emails to her friend Amy as outbursts, Mya sees her life gets more complicated when got a answer of one of her emails. But this time it was her hateful boss who answered.
“Subject: Re: My Boss.
No, you haven’t already told me that you hate your “boss” today, but seeing as though you’ve sent me this email directly, I know now…” (Michael Leighton, by email)
And that’s when a chaotic relationship gets more and more unsustainable…
On the one hand, we have an stressed employee, counting the days to get another job. The other, a demanding boss that has his playboy lifestyle limited by a publicist from his own company. And in between, an irresistible attraction.
With a text full of fun and complaints emails, Whitney G. brings back real characters and a very unusual plot, after all who here never sent a message by mistake?!!!
“It was never personal, and never because she was awful. She was actually the smartest woman I’d ever met, the best executive assistant I’d ever hired, but her unfortunate flaw was being sexy as fuck. Beyond sexy as fuck.” (Michael Leignton)