To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing this letter to formally announce my resignation from Parker International (& the arrogant, condescending CEO) effective two weeks from today.
This was a VERY EASY decision to make, as the past two years have been utterly miserable. I wish his next executive assistant all the luck in the world (she’ll need it) and if my boss should need me to do anything over the next two weeks, kindly tell him that he can do it [his] goddamn self…
Sincerely (Not Really),
That’s the version of my two weeks’ notice I should’ve sent to my boss, because the more professional version–the one where I said I was “grateful for all the opportunities,” and “honored by all the rewarding experiences” over the years?
That letter was rejected with his sexy, trademark smirk and an “I highly suggest you read the fine print of your contract…”
So, I did.
And now I’ve realized that unless I fake my death, poison him, or find a way to renegotiate my impossible contract, I’m stuck working under one of the cockiest and most ruthless bosses in New York.
Then again, I thought that was the case until he called me late last night with an emergency proposition…
**This is a standalone contemporary romance.**
Top customer reviews
This was a surprisingly enjoyable read. I liked the story because it was amazing feeling to read about two persons who didn’t like each other and started to develop feelings as it progressed.
Preston is cold, ruthless, demanding, and extremely self-centered. Tara is his competent executive assistant. No doubt Preston will definitely have a hard time because this woman is indeed impressive.
The romance is really entertaining and hot, but the sex scenes seemed incredibly rushed and not fulfilling. Also, I felt the ending was kinda rushed, too. I absolutely loved this book but I felt that it was losing it’s magic towards the end.
This book deserves 4 stars, but it was still a massively entertaining read, let alone for the hilariousness of it!
Two Weeks Notice was so good, I loved this story. Whitney G’s writing is amazing as she brings us a sassy heroine who never gives up and a very glib hero who is exacting and commanding with everything he does. The storyline is brilliantly delivered with lots of verbal sparring and funny sarcastic remarks that are so over-the-top hilarious.
I admit Preston takes a$$holery to a new level. He is demanding, petty, and sexy as heck. But along the way, I saw more to Preston, and he grew on me, even became softer towards the end, once we find out that he really came to care for Tara. I love the slow burn between Preston and Tara. And, wow, the sexy scenes are plenty steamy, and Preston’s dirty talk is so deliciously filthy. Tara can’t help melt any time they are in the same room.
Written in dual POVs, you’ll appreciate how Preston and Tara duel for one-upmanship when Tara is fed up working as Preston’s PA and she tries to give her two weeks notice. Apparently, the fine print on Tara’s contract prohibits her from quitting. There are some laugh-out-loud moments with some of the creative antics Tara comes up with to get Preston to fire her. I laughed so hard I made the neighborhood dogs bark. Towards the end, though, I felt Tara and Preston’s connection was lovely. Preston’s character really comes through when he becomes guardian to his niece, Violet.
All in all, it was such a great romantic comedy and I highly recommend Two Weeks Notice. It’s a sexy, witty romantic comedy with well drawn characters. And an office romance you won’t soon forget.
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