In Baiting the Boss Grace has been in love with Jack for years and has watch him through the loss of his wife and taking off from the company he knew. Jack went into seclusion, and everyone just thought he was wasting his great talent away.
Grace is sent to give Jack a deal and get him to come back to the family company. Grace is shielded by everything he does because Jack doesn't want credit for it. Grace is told by Jack to go back home and tell his grandfather he won't return.
I enjoyed this story and I’m glad that Jack is healing from his loss. I'm also glad Grace was able to actually see what a vacation was like.
This is a great read for contemporary romance fans who want something with depth.
For years Grace Owens harbored a secret crush on her boss, Jack Macintyre, the heir to the Macintyre Corporation. But Jack relocates to a remote tropical island after tragedy upends his life, cutting off all contact. Now Grace’s new boss issues an ultimatum: return Jack to the family fold or pack her briefcase and move on.
When she turns up at Jack's bungalow, he can’t deny his attraction to the fiery woman determined to lure him out of his tropical paradise. Little does she know that returning is the last thing he wants—he’s nobody’s boss, and he likes it that way.
If he stays, she'll lose her job. If he goes, she'll lose her heart.