Daddy’s Dirty Boss by Jade West

This is a standalone book.

I’ve known my daddy’s boss since I was nothing more than a little girl staring up at him with big wide eyes in my parents’ backyard.
I’ve known my daddy’s boss as a powerful, smart, amazing millionaire businessman for as long as I can remember.
And now I’m older. Old enough to take a summer job of my own alongside him, as his assistant. His good girl assistant.
Old enough to learn from him, listen to him, and try my best to make him smile.
Old enough that I now want my daddy’s boss so much it hurts.

It’s only when I start to catch the way he looks at me right back that the little flutter in my tummy tickles harder. Moves lower. Turns naughtier.
Because Mr Lindon isn’t quite the man I thought he was. Not even close.
It turns out that Mr Lindon isn’t just my daddy’s boss.
He’s my daddy’s dirty boss…

And now he’s the boss of me too.

I enjoyed this book. It was a typical Jade West story with good characters and filthy spice.

I liked Miles. He knew that he was dirty with dirty preferences. I liked how he had known Faith for most of her life, but he had kept their relationship as it should. Or at least tried to. After the incident on her 16th when she saw him, he kept a distance, but when she started working for him in the summer, she made it hard for him not to see how much she had grown up. She was a woman and not the little girl her parents made her out to be.

Faith acted a little young for her age at times, but that was because of her parents. They made it impossible for her to properly grow up and be free to act her age. She did know her own mind though and was mature enough to know her feelings. She had a crush on him forever and the moment she started working with him, she knew what she wanted. She made it hard for him, even when he fought it. She didn’t even need to try that hard really. He was just attracted to the young women she had grown into. It didn’t help that he knew her personality and already liked that.

As wrong as their relationship may have seemed, they were good together. She knew her own mind and she was old enough. He tried to do the right thing even though he lost. He couldn’t fight the spark between them.

I liked how he was the only one to see her talents and to truly listen to what she wanted. Her parents wrapped her in bubble wrap and tried pushing her into a career she didn’t want. They refused to accept that she was growing up. Miles saw her for who she really was and encouraged her to chase her dreams.

The spice between them was hot and filthy. Miles wasn’t gentle about taking her virginity and maybe he did take advantage a bit, but she did know her own mind and she wanted him. She wanted to please him and wanted to take whatever he gave. However filthy it was, they were both happy and that’s what should matter.

However wrong the relationship was, they fell in love. He proved that he would do anything for her and vice versa. They deserved each other in the end and I was glad that they stuck by their feelings and went for it.

Overall, I enjoyed reading this book. It’s a typical Jade West story with filthy spice, so if you like her other books, I would definitely recommend this.

My rating: 4/5*

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