“Jason Carver thought he had life figured out, but after his divorce, he felt lost. When he accepted a job offer in New York, he had no idea that Kira Clark, his new office manager, was exactly what he’d been looking for. Now, he just has to convince her that even though he’s her boss, they’re perfect for each other.
Kira hadn’t been looking for a fairytale love story because she learned early on that life doesn’t always have a happy ending. Now she’s on the wrong side of thirty, a widow, and raising her teenage daughter alone. At this point in her life, romance and love were the last things on her mind.
But despite her trying to keep things strictly professional with her new boss, Jason managed to sneak past her defenses one sweet, disarming gesture at a time.
Could this be the Happily Ever After she’d given up on, or just another empty promise?”
-Synopsis from Goodreads
Modern Girl’s Guide to Office Romance is the 5th book in the Modern Girl’s Guide series written by Gina Drayer. Find it on Goodreads.
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I love this series. Absolutely love it and all of Gina Drayer’s other books are in my TBR list – minus the Paranormal romance genre. This book is the 5th in the series, and even though it probably could be read as a standalone, I would not recommend it. Nonetheless, I highly recommend you read the first 4 books in the series anyways. This series is listed in my top favorite books/authors review! (Psst… here’s the link to that) and I even listed her first book Modern Girls Guide to Vacation Flings in my top 15 favorite fake relationship blog. (Which can be viewed here)
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Jason Carver and Kira Clark meet at a wedding, except the night is a blur for both. Well mostly for Kira. So the last thing she expects is to see Jason at her work. Let alone taking the job that she feels like she overly deserved. Jason is ready to do everything within his power to win Kira over. He has yet to met a women like her, especially after having a horrible marriage with his ex-wife. Kira guards not only her heart but her life as well. In her defense she has a teenager that isn’t a normal average girl. Plus her last marriage to her late husband wasn’t the best either. But Jason is determined, and Kira is the only one in his sights. With a little help with her daughter, Jason will win Kira over… no matter what.
Although this book may not have been my favorite in the whole series, I did enjoy it. It was very down to earth and partial which you don’t see in romance books often. Everything that happened in this novel are things that could possibly come up in real life.
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