Jon Brighten had a brand new college degree, a student loan dogging him, and a spot to sleep on his sister’s couch. He knew needed to find a job and move out, especially when he heard that his sister and her husband were expecting a baby. It was time to find his own place, but first he needed a job.
Applying for the personal assistant position to the reclusive Nikolas Vaile, CEO of Vaile Industries, one of the largest pharmaceutical and research companies in the world, seemed a little too high seeking, but what did Jon have to lose?
Note: This book was previously at 17,000 words published with another publisher. This version has been extensively revised and expanded to over 30,000 words.
While Stormy Glenn will not will any Pulitzers for her work, I still find her writing style to be inventive and humorous. This one is no exception, as it is a story of insta-love and a fairly commonplace storyline. That being said, I still found it to quite enjoyable and found myself laughing more and more as I read along.
Jon Brighten is not your typical “damsel in distress”. He is a human who has been down on his luck. By chance, performing a good deed results in him being introduced him to this soul mate.
Nicholas Vaile thought his biggest problem was a group of rogue vampires trying to create chaos in his coven. Little did he know, his biggest challenge would come walking through the door looking for a job.
The chemistry between Nicholas and Jon is nice touch that adds a bit of romance to the plot. But the true source of entertainment in this story comes from the interaction between Jon and Nicholas’s second in command, Louis. The dialogue is full of witty banter between Louis and Jon. The secondary characters are a refreshing addition to this story.
I would recommend this book for anyone that is looking for a happily ever after with a good dose of humor.