Claire was working two jobs to support herself and her ailing mother. When her boss asks her to work a couple of weekends with him it throws a monke..Show More »y wrench in her second job. You see Claire works for a pleasure party company, meaning she jumps out of cakes at bachelor parties, in a skimpy outfit. Jason, whom Claire has worked for, for several years, is suddenly aware of her as a woman, and begins to manage her life the way he thinks it should be, and this causes a lot of fireworks. This is a cute, mushy, a lil over the top romance book. Simply put a happily ever after book.
The Narrator drove me nuts, I think I have run across so many mediocre narrators lately that I am becoming immune. Listen to the sample before you purchase. The book isn’t bad, if you need a light fluffy read then get this one.
I actually loved this book along with the first book "Weekends Required" Couldn't put either down. I also thought that Allyson Ryan did a great job...Show More » Her female characters sounded a little giddy at times but she clearly made up for it with her male characters. There are some really really bad narrators out there so I was pleasantly surprised. I can't wait for the third book in the series and I hope the same narrator is used (but I do hope Beth's voice is tweaked a bit but still looking forward to it)