This series seriously gets better and better, and whilst each book can be read as a standalone, I am completely enjoying the mystery that links each ‘Mister’ together. There is so much suspense and plenty of excitement that keeps me turning the pages. Plus Mr. Corporate had one of my favourite elements that I love in a romance book – love/hate!
“Why are we so hot and cold? Why are we so on and off? So all or nothing? Friends or enemies?”
Weston Conrad aka Mr. Corporate is a headhunter, and is completely brutal and the best at his job. His ex-girlfriend and rival, Victoria Arias is a volatile and highly independent woman who is counting on this particular headhunt to save her from a downfall that she is determined must not happen and will fight to the death. They are pitched against each other to secure someone for a job, but nothing is what it seems and they end up stranded on a desert island with each other, with dangerous consequences.
“I hate you.” “I know,” he says, good-naturedly. “But I’ll still take care of you if you’re alone, Tori. Don’t worry.”
The dynamic between West and Tori was explosive! I loved how completely bonkers she was, she was a passionate woman who had balls, and she was one of the most interesting heroine’s I have read in a long time. West never stopped loving Tori, and although he is not one to let anyone walk all over him, he was determined to prove to her that he meant business when he said he wanted her – all or nothing.
This book for me was pure pleasure, and I can’t wait to read more from the other Misters.
Mr. Corporate is a standalone erotic romance, told in dual POV. Part of an overall series with an ongoing story arc.
ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review
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