Monday, June 30, 2014

Title: The Intern
Series: The Intern, #1
Author: Brooke Cumberland
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She’s sexy, fierce, and a loud-mouthed know-it-all…
and she’s completely off limits.

 Cecilia isn’t your typical college student. Hell, she isn’t a college student at all, but that doesn’t stop her from applying for one of the biggest and prestigious enterprises in the Midwest. She wants it. She takes it. She doesn’t let anything get in her way when it comes to finding out the truth. 

 When Bentley Leighton, soon-to-be CEO of Leighton Enterprises, meets “Ceci,” he’s instantly impressed. He doesn’t have time to train a new intern. However, when he sees her that first day, his intentions begin to change. 
 He’s the boss. She’s the intern. 
Nothing can happen. It’s against the company rules. Then again, some rules were made to be broken. What starts as innocent flirting becomes raveled up into so much more—secrets, lies, deceit.

 *The Intern is a three-part romantic suspense serial.* 
Not suitable for readers under 18.


The Intern begins when Ceci decides to get an internship at a company she thinks will help her figure out more about who killed her dad all those years ago. The problem is she is still in high school, and only eighteen. But that isn't going to stop her she is bound and determined to get what she needs. Bentley is the up and coming CEO of the company Ceci wants to be apart of. He's also twenty-six and doesn't want anything to do the company yet. He still wants to live his life they way he has been. But all of that changes when he meets Ceci. The both know the attraction between them shouldn't lead to anything else because it is wrong for several different reasons. But neither one can seem to stay apart... 

This is a short story series that leaves us with cliffhanger endings and having us waiting anxiously for the next book! I must say I had a hard time deciding exactly what I thought about this book. The age difference doesn't bother, it is the fact that Ceci is still in high school that makes me feel like something horrible could happen to her once someone finds out she's lying about so much! Other than that I loved Ceci. She was very confident and wasn't afraid to do what she believes in, I really admired her in this story. And I thought Bentley was okay. He seemed kind of immature for his age, but he worked it really well. I really liked this book, and I look forward to the next one!

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