Beautiful Boss

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Beautiful Boss

Wild Seasons, #5

BEAUTIFUL BOSS by Christina Lauren is a novella in the 'Beautiful Bastard' series. In this glimpse into the series, Hanna and Will are getting married.

The problems or doubts I had about the other novellas in this series seem to have been resolved with this installment. This feels like a novella, and it feels relevant to the series in a way that the others didn't quite get to. While the main event is Hanna and Will's wedding, it is everything else going on that's important.

Hanna is interviewing with a lot of schools for a potential lab position, but her tendency to keep things to herself while she thinks them through has Will worried. He wants to be part of the plans she makes since they'll be married and it will ultimately change both of their lives.

Will Hanna be able to get past her unwillingness to share and let Will in a little more, or will this spell disaster for them as a couple?

Any fan of the 'Beautiful Bastard' series by Christina Lauren will enjoy this novella. If you haven't read the series, I don't recommend reading this because it brings up a lot from the other books in the series.


Book Blurb for Beautiful Boss

The ninth work in the New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling series that started with Beautiful Bastard. In this novella, Will Sumner and Hanna Bergstrom (from Beautiful Player) find that a wedding and everlasting love were just the beginning.

One Player tamed. One nerd girl satisfied. And one more major life decision to make. When Will fell for Hanna, her quirky sense of humor and fierce dedication to her career were part of the attraction. (Not to mention her coy newbie attitude toward sex and her willingness to let him teach her everything.) But when the job offers start rolling in for her—and oh, they do—Hanna has trouble deciding what she wants, where they should live, and how much she should burden Will with the decision. Magic between the sheets is only one part of a relationship...getting on the same page is quite another altogether.


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2016 4.00