May Flowers (Wilder Irish) by Mari Carr

Blurb:

She’s tied up at work…by her boss.

The last thing Lochlan wanted in a new assistant was some inexperienced, gorgeous, submissive blonde. However, a promise to a friend ensures that’s exactly what he’s stuck with.

May knows she’s out of her league, not only in her new job, but with her boss. He makes her want things she’s never considered—kinky, sensual, wicked things.

When trouble at home shows Lochlan more about her life than she wants him to see, there’s no stopping the sexy protector suddenly determined to claim not only her body, but her heart as well.

My Review:

May Flowers (Wilder Irish)May Flowers by Mari Carr

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is going down as one that I read in one sitting. I literally could not put this book down, for any reason! It was so amazing, that as soon as I was done, I had to go back and read it again!

Lochlan Wallace is a driven man. With a little help from family, he has built his tech company from the ground up, into an international company. Now, the woman who helped him build it all, is leaving him. Despite begging and pleading on his part for her to stay, his admin assistant is retiring. In his refusal to admit defeat, he left complete control of the hiring of her replacement to her, and he doesn’t even meet her before her first day. Boy, was he thrown for a loop! He, the bachelor for life, determined never to marry or have kids, doesn’t know what to think, or what to do! It’s phenomenal!

May Flowers is a woman who just can’t get ahead. For years, she has had the world on her shoulders, and with each passing day, it just gets heavier. She thinks she has finally caught a break with this new job, but then she meets her boss. Sparks fly, and heat ensues. He is not what she expected in a boss, and doesn’t react to the things that are thrown at her the way she thinks he should.

I don’t think I can accurately portray the love I have of the Collins Clan. Each new book, each new relationship, builds on the strength of commitment and love of family that they are brought up on. The strong ties, loyalty, and unconditional love that they have for each other, makes for some really amazing books. May Flowers is one of those books that is going to stick with the reader. There is just enough naughty to balance out the sweet, just enough drama to keep the happy from being overpowering. This book, this series, is definitely one that is on the top of my “recommend” list for any of my friends!

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