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The Boss's Bedroom Agenda
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The Boss's Bedroom Agenda
Beth has just started a job as a tour guide, replacing her cousin at the museum of natural history. But Aiden, the CEO of the museum, thinks that it's not really the kind of job that suits the audacious and sexy Beth. The two of them can't see eye to eye and inevitably have a head-on collision. But when he finally hears what her true intentions are, Aidan is trapped in the thrall of her charms. For Beth, no matter how handsome, well-bred and talented Aidan is, he's really not her type. But if that's the case, then why can't she tear her eyes away from his? And why does she suddenly give him a passionate kiss?
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- JAB 12/15/2018 2 people found the following review helpful
The heroine wasn't well prepared when it came to being a tour guide at a natural history museum. I understood the shoe problem even those shoes were really too flashy for a tour guide on a Wednesday at midday; to quote Will from Will & Grace, "It's like wearing black shoes with a brown belt." She does handle the hero but not her audience. The only reason why she's covering for the cousin is to have a stable job in order to get a loan from the bank in order to open her gallery of sculptures that she's made. Then she's called back by the hero and they wind up going out for a drink. They learn more about each other and end up kissing but end up regretting it. The heroine tries her best with her job but the hero doesn't think she's up to snuff and decides to tutor her to make her better. So, their time together accumulates to the point where they deny the attraction. The funny part is when the hero gives negative criticism to one of the heroine's art pieces at an art gallery and she has him read the information card. She takes him back to her loft & studio that leads them to go at it. However, the heroine doesn't think anything will take root because the hero has his own dreams to pursue that lies elsewhere nor does she want to keep him from pursuing it. The hero does woo the heroine with dinner and rose bath and just when the heroine is starting to believe, overhears the hero saying that he's leaving in two weeks. The subject of him leaving is brought up and it goes drastically wrong with the heroine ending their relationship. She runs off with the hero running after her, so she runs to her cousin. The cousin is able to get the hero out of the house and a rundown on how the deeply the heroine's affected by his decision from her past. He states to the cousin that he has no intention of giving her up. He then runs into his father where they have a heart to heart chat. The hero makes one big project to win the heroine back by having her sculptures set up at a gallery that he rented for her. They have a bit of a fight then the hero says he wants to spoil her and to have her trust him because he loves her. It's actually a very sweet thing of what he says to reassure her. The heroine cries and confesses her love to the hero as well. It ends with the hero giving her a fancy pair of shoes.
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