Work perks so good you’ll die for them…
Jenna Brightwell needed a job. Fast. And she was willing to do just about anything to get one.
So, when successful businessman Jared Vaughn offers her a computer design position at his new firm, she’s both thrilled and terrified. Because the job has certain requirements.
Requirements that involve something she’s a little—no, very—rusty with…sex.
But it isn’t long before she’s brought up to speed on the goings-on at work. And caught up in the whirlwind of a murder mystery at the office. Now it’s a dangerous race to find the killer and figure out what he wants before he picks his next victim.
Because it could be her.
Work Perks To Die For is a steamy romantic thriller packed with sizzlingly intimate scenes sure to please mature readers.
If you love steamy romance mixed with thrilling suspense, you’re bound to enjoy this book. Start reading it today!
*For mature (18+) readers only
Heather Wamboldt (via Booksprout) wrote:
What a book. A must read. Not going to spoil the story like most but you will love it
Jamie (via Booksprout) wrote:
I really enjoyed this steamy romantic thriller. The characters were well-written and the storyline was fresh and terrific. I found this to be fast-paced with lots of action, both steamy and dangerous, as they try to find a murderer.
I would love to read more by this author.
Doug Williamson (via Booksprout) wrote:
This story...goodness, this books company workplace is somewhere I would kill to be. The entire story is the pinnacle of workplace fantasy.
Our heroine gets a new job, requiring she learn new skills and brush up on old ones. And if that wasn't challenging enough, now there is a murder to contend with as well
This is a romantic suspense novel with an intriguing mystery and plenty of steam. I found the story to be well written and the characters to be well developed, which helped make the story real. There are two main plots, the murder and the romance, and they are intertwined to make for a fun read. There are plenty of twists and turns (in both plots) along the way to keep the reader engaged. Overall, I found it to be a very enjoyable read.