Review: Taking Care of Business by
Megan Hart & Lauren Dane
IN A GLANCE: LOVED this story. Irresistible
Title: Taking care of business
Author: Megan Hart and Lauren Dane
Publisher: Black Lace
Pages: 284 pages
ISBN #: 0352345020
After leaving the wrong man, Leah Griffin's not ready to look for the right one. All she wants is to survive the conference she's planning and spend some time with her best friend Kate Edwards. She was not expecting the conference services manager to be so tall, dark, and handsome—or so eager to please. It's Brandon Long's job to make Leah happy, but after a scorching interlude in her hotel room, neither can deny business has become pleasure. Smart, driven, and successful attorney Kate Edwards has spent her life making the right choices. But in contrast to those right choices, she's involved in a long distance, secret love affair with a coworker. Charles Dixon is a bad choice she can't help but make—over and over. A conference and a promotion bring Kate back to Pennsylvania, and suddenly, Dix wants far more than a few nights in random hotel rooms. He wants something permanent, and Kate has to figure out if sometimes a wrong choice isn't exactly what a woman needs.
First off I must say that I really enjoyed this book, its not a type of book that I usually review on here, but this year I want to review some different types of books. So this is the first one I'm starting with. I really enjoyed this book and thought it was really well written.
Sometimes these types of books have no plot to them and its just like reading junk, but this one has a great plot and great characters. I couldn't get enough of the characters and the way the author's write this story helped me connect to the main character immensely.
I loved how the book had two different stories of two very different female characters and their lifes and in the end it wound the two stories together in a way that I didn't see coming. These two used to be best friends but they grew apart, through this story they end up getting closer.
The only thing I didn't like about this story is that I really would have liked to see more character building when it came to the two women, I would have liked to know more about their life's before they grew apart.
All in all this is a great book for adults!
94 out of 100 = 4 Puppy Rating