This is the first book in The Wolf Hotel series.
I ran from home to escape heartbreak, only to deliver myself into the hands of a wolf.
Henry Wolf, that is.
Heir to a luxury hotel chain.
And my new boss.
Why he wants me, Abbi Mitchell—a girl who lacks experience on every front that would matter to him—as his personal assistant, I cannot fathom, especially when I keep screwing up in the most spectacular way.
Did I already mention he’s a bastard?
A beautiful, moody one, who’s quick to demand, slow to apologize.
And toying with me every chance he gets.
Messing with my head in a way that makes my body crave him.
He knows it, and he doesn’t hide the fact that he enjoys doing it.
He says he doesn’t want me for more than my mediocre computer skills and color-coding flair.
He says he’s not willing to risk losing his empire for a tangle in the sheets with “the help.”
But I’m beginning to think that’s a big, dirty lie.
I really enjoyed reading this book. It was a quick enjoyable read with great characters and a good story.
Abi was a good character. She’s innocent and naive, and finds herself working for Henry Wolf after having her heart broken. I love seeing her thoughts as she gets to know Henry and her feelings growing towards him. I think she needs this escape from her life at home, especially with her mum shoving her ex gone her throat. She needs to move on from that dick.
Henry is great. He comes across as a typical playboy rich billionaire, but behind closed doors with Abi, there was a vulnerable side of him. He was soft and sweet at times, and then he used her. It’s hard to know what his feelings truly are at the moment. Is he just using her or does he genuinely care? I’m looking forward to reading the next book and seeing more.
They story is good although it is heavy on the relationship between them both. I’m intrigued to see what Abi will do about what she read at the end and what the truth is behind it. In the scenes between them we hot and there was definitely a spark between them, so I’m hoping that his feelings are real.
Overall, I really enjoyed reading this book and would definitely recommend it.
My rating: 5/5*