Author: Christine Warner
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary romance
Length: 240 pages
Heat rating: Spicy
Review Rating: 4.5 LIGHTNING BOLTS
Blurb: To secure the funds for her twin sister's surgery, Farah Smith will need to sacrifice her values as well as alter her appearance to work for a man she finds morally bankrupt. With a blonde wig and stilettos strapped on, Farah’s a clone of Keller Donovan’s harem of past assistants, insuring a position within his company.
The moment Farah and Keller meet, she realizes her most daunting task isn’t the job, but fighting an attraction to a man whose ruthlessness is as legendary in the bedroom as it is in the boardroom.
Disillusioned by his parent’s disastrous marriage, Keller Donovan is determined no relationship should have more than a six-month shelf life. But after he meets Farah Smith, all bets are off. Suddenly he wants more than a personal assistant and private bed warmer. Unfortunately, his offer of an affair doesn’t sit well with her, despite the stranglehold she's put on his heart.
Can Farah and Keller find happiness and love over deceit and libido? Will the two embrace each other or hold fast to past history?
Review: A little deception goes a long way. From the tings she's heard about Keller, who would have thought feelings would go so deep, and that her lie would get bigger and bigger?
One thing I love about this story is the devotion to do everything possible to help her sister. Farah and Karah are twins, and an accident has changed Karah's life. Considering the rumors and things being said about Keller, it took a lot to do her self up and go work for him. But again, that devotion. The longer she works there, the more she learns about Keller and his true form. The sparks are flying. But it's not good to date your boss, is it? Even when Keller's feelings are mutual.
In Christine Warner fashion, the story is light, humorous, and well done. The characters are fleshed out well, the dialogue fun and zingy, and the tension tightening up at every turn. I'm all for a good story featuring twins, and this one is definitely not to be missed.
If you haven't read a book by Ms. Warner, don't wait! Grab a copy of Two Timing the Boss and prepare yourselves for a heartwarming, enjoyable story that can be read again and again.