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A woman who loves to play the field, a man who doesn't share...
Cassandra Montgomery is an independent, free-thinking, career-minded woman. She's left the LA rat race behind and returned to her roots in the San Francisco Bay Area to open a fashion boutique featuring her own designs. She's not out to find Mr. Perfect; she simply enjoys a variety of men who are Mr. Who-cares-if-he's-perfect-it's-just-casual. But then Ward Restin walks in on her....
Hitting on the boss's daughter is always a bad idea, but after discovering Cassandra in a compromising position, Ward can't get the woman out of his mind. She's his complete opposite - an extrovert, a tease, and an exhibitionist. She loves men. She loves more than one at a time. She loves freedom. Ward finds himself drawn into the kinky games she plays, watching her with fascination, wanting her....
Then Ward starts to think of her as his woman, and suddenly he wants more from Cassandra than she's capable of giving. Can he handle a woman who doesn't want any strings?
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Wicked, kinky, mouthwatering
Wow! These series are getting hotter and hotter. Love the characters, storyline, most of all love wit and creativity of Jasmine Haynes. She is a gem!
Another great story. Love how the characters aren't brought to life. Hated for it to end.
- Kindle Customer
not bad but Jasmine has done better
If you could sum up The Boss's Daughter in three words, what would they be?
hot, hot, hot
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Boss's Daughter?
i can't really say there was a memorable moment for me
Did June Wayne do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?
she wasn't to bad I've heard worse & I've heard better
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
not for the children
Any additional comments?
an OK book book two has to be my favorite if i had to choose