Saturday, May 14, 2016

Title: The Rule Book
Series: The Rule Breakers #1
Author: Jennifer Blackwood

Starr Media Second-Assistant Survival Guide
1. Don't call your hot boss the antichrist to his face. 
2. Don't stare at hot boss's, um, package or his full sleeve of tattoos. (No. Really. Stop!) 
3. Don't get on the malicious first assistant's bad side.
4. Don't forget to memorize the 300-page employee manual.
5. If you value your cashmere, steer clear of boss’s dog.
6. Boss’s dimples are lust-inducing. Do. Not. Give. In. 
7. “The elevator ate your clothes” is not a valid excuse for showing up to important meetings half dressed. 
8. Don't break seven of the rules within the first week of employment if you, ya know, are in dire need of money to support your sick mom.
9. Whatever you do, don’t fall for the boss. See rule eight about sick mom.
10. Never forget the rules.


The Rule Book begins when Lainey Taylor gets a new job. She's the second assistant to the boss, who she is hearing some really horrible things about. And it doesn't help that the employee "rule book" is almost a complete joke. She can't believe how many rules it has, and how ridiculous some of them are. But when she accidentally mistakes her boss for a coworker things start of to a rough start for her. 

But she and the boss can't seem to stay away from each other. It's something neither of them were looking for, but it's also something neither one is prepared to lose, or is it?

This was a hilarious story about a boss who only follows the rules, and a young woman who is bound and determined to break them. 
I thought this one was really really good! I adored the relationship between the hero and the heroine. And I loved how it didn't just center on them, but it brought in a lot of other problems going on as well. 

It was truly a very good read, and I look forward to more in this series. 
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