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THE NEW YEAR'S WISH BY DANI-LYN ALEXANDER
Release Date: November 30, 2015
Typing out memos is anything but torturous when your boss is this hot! Dani-Lyn Alexander’s irresistible new yuletide romance is a lighthearted office romp that will make you long for the company holiday party.
Olivia Calloway isn’t cut out for the nine-to-five life. She’s a born entrepreneur. She just has to figure out her soul’s true calling—and she’s given herself until the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve to do it. With her trust fund dwindling and only two and a half months to go, she takes an assistant position at prestigious law firm Harris & Harris. The problem is, Olivia’s a terrible employee—incessantly late, forgetful, and clumsy. Not that her gorgeous new boss Garrett Emerson seems to mind. Beautiful, charming Olivia has been on his mind ever since she ran into him, literally, sprinting to the interview. But Olivia’s first big assignment—to plan an elaborate last minute New Year’s Eve party for the entire company—could make or break her job entirely. With Ms. Harris herself demanding perfection, a jealous office rival rooting for Olivia to lose, and even Garrett dreading the affair, can Olivia finally prove herself—or will an unforeseen complication send her back to the drawing board? All she wants for the holidays is to be her own boss—and to ignite the flirtatious sparks between her and Garrett…so she can file their relationship under love.
REVIEW: THE NEW YEAR'S WISH BY DANI-LYN ALEXANDER
The New Year's Wish by Dani-Lyn Alexander
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Olivia has big dreams but a dwindling bank account. She needs a job, Garrett needs an assistant. What could possibly go wrong? The New Year's Wish is a story about trying something new, taking a chance on love and finding out the capabilities you have within. These two people were different in that Garrett knew the importance of responsibilities, Olivia needed to learn how to be responsible. Olivia's heart was her compass and Garrett was less of a dreamer and more of a realist. I enjoy reading stories where the character's learn and become better because of new influences within their lives. I received an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review. The New Year's Wish by Dani-Lyn Alexander is a cute story that is encouraging and brief. Less is more in this case.
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