5 Star Review The Two-Week Arrangement by Kendall Ryan When ever I pick up a Kendall Ryan book I know I am in for a great read. I love single parent stories and this was one of the best I have read. Not to mention the absolutely gorgeous and cute toddler twin girls that almost stole the book. Be warned, this book ends in a cliff hanger which I did not realise at first. I loved hot, hunky alpha CEO Dominic and his company intern Presley, what a fabulous couple they made. Dominic is at times brooding and not a great boss, but underneath it all, he has his secrets and a deep and abiding love for his children. The chemistry between them is intense although Presley is determined to ignore it. Dominic on the other hand, even knowing it is not a good idea, is more than happy to push the boundaries. The banter between Presley and Dominic was engaging and drew me in. Dominic is totally swoon worthy whilst Presley is kind, sweet and clever. There is miss communication and miss understandings between them and yet when Presley needs help, it is Dominic she turns too. There is an unexpected twist which we will have to wait for book two to see play out but it did surprise me and I was thoroughly annoyed with Dominic’s reaction. Thankfully Seven Nights of Sin releases late June do we don’t have long to wait.
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The Two Week Arrangement is office romance at its best and once again Kendall Ryan has given her fans another hero to fall in love with but be warned this book does end on a cliff hanger but the good news is book 2 Seven Nights of Sin is coming June 25 so not too long to wait. Dominic is CEO for Aspen Hotels, he is young, successful and drop dead gorgeous but he has a secret he hides from all but his closest friend and that’s two adorable toddlers. Presley is the kind, sweet, smart and hardworking intern who has been assigned to work along side Dom for the next 3 months, she is struggling to make ends meet while also paying her brothers tuition costs so it’s a no brainer when Dom suggests she accompany him on some work events for some extra cash. The problem is this couple share some chemistry that is off the charts, they are attracted to each other and they actually get along so feelings were always going to come into play and that’s when things start to go wrong.... mixing business and pleasure is never a good idea........ I loved the characters, I loved the plot even loved the cliff hanger just a tad and I really can’t wait for the conclusion to this couple’s story. As I said at the start this is office romance at its best.
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The Two Week Arrangement barely scratches the surface of the background and relationship of Dominic and Presley. There are so many delectable bits of information waiting to be found it adds to the intrigue in trying to understand our protagonists, especially Dominic. Presley has just finished her degree; she is intelligent and driven to succeed, especially as she has taken responsibility for her younger brother having been cast aside by their father. Presley sacrifices her own well-being in order to ensure her brother can follow his dreams. Presley’s own ambition is to succeed in the competitive hotel industry knowing she will have to prove herself before she can start earning the salary she deserves. An unpaid internship with the best hotel chain is her entry point although she had no way of anticipating her attraction to the CEO – Dominic. Dominic is very young to be in such a powerful position, as well as a father to twin toddlers. He has little to no free time for himself and is carrying a lot of baggage from the relationship with the mother of his children (although the circumstances have yet to be revelled). Which has led Dominic to adopt a rather unconventional approach to intimacy, as well as keeping his work and home life completely separate. So separate in fact, hardly anyone knows of the existence of his children. The attraction between Dominic and Presley is instantaneous and mutual. Although they connect on a deeper level than just the physical. Their interactions simultaneously draw them closer together while reminding them of their differences. There are a number of additional plot lines dealing with the struggles both Presley and Dominic have in their lives and their unique solutions to those problems. Be warned there is a doozy of an ending to The Two Week Arrangement paving the way for Seven Nights of Sin!!!!!
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