Charlotte's bills are piling up - she needs a job, but nothing pans out. Finally, she finds a vaguely worded ad for a personal assistant. Desperate, she applies. During the interview, she falls in lust with her sexy, primally attractive boss, but once she has the job, he ignores her.
As she settles into her new job, Charlotte realizes that something odd is going on in Sam's office. Staffers appear and disappear, paperwork doesn't add up, and her sexy, intriguing boss gets really growly once a month.
When another staffer disappears under mysterious circumstances, Charlotte confronts Sam. But Sam is hiding more than a second set of books - he's a werewolf, and his beast is tired of waiting for him to make a move on his sexy assistant.
When she confronts him and sparks fly, they inflame his beast. Now Sam is going to show his hot little assistant exactly what he's been hiding.
I bought this book because I thought it would be a fast listen. There really wasn't any story line and was confused about the plot. The ending felt as if there was more to the story and left the reader hanging for a completion to the story.