Admit it, we all have had elaborate fantasies about running into Mr. Perfect in the office and instantly falling in love. Be it because that’s the place we end up spending every waking hour of our lives (I know work is crazy, right!) or maybe because it’s just sexy, but workplace romances have always had a huge demand. I vote for the convenience though, how else are we ever going to meet anyone if we never get to otherwise go out?
If you are with me on this too, I am sorry I can’t really help you in that department, but I can definitely help you feed into some of your cravings by suggesting my picks for your next read. Here is a list of my all-time favorite workplace romances that I can guarantee you’ll love too. After all, a perfect book is just as great as a perfect man! (Okay, that might not be true, but it’s definitely something!
1. Nanny with Benefits by Amy Brent
She should not have let his boss sleep with her and impregnate her, but when he wraps his chiseled arms around her curvy body, every wrong feels right. He is gorgeous and will do anything to protect his daughter, you know, the one she babysits! Will she be the reason to taint their reputation this time? She can already see the tabloids, ‘Mr. Big CEO sleeping with his nanny.’
2. Forbidden Climaxes by Amanda Boyd
Mark is trying to put the vacation with Veronica and his family well behind him. With Veronica and a business trip that is certain to change the company’s course, he needs to remain all business and NO pleasure for fear they will be found out. While he may be trying to keep his distance, other men in the company aren’t holding the same rules. When Veronica runs afoul of one of the guys, Mark will show what happens when someone messes with Veronica. Their time together only seems to have made them both wish for more but will pursue something more lead to him losing his job. Being so much older, would her father ever allow this should it come out? And is she truly worth losing a job over?
3. Rush by Lucia Jordan
Sebastian is the hot and talented boss with a lilting Spanish accent and a reputation that precedes him. And Kendra is an intimidated starry-eyed intern with great ambition. You know you will not be able to put this one down easily. One passionate night in the office leads to a very unhealthy pattern. Will Kendra be able to deal with the pressures that come with her day job while allowing Sebastian to handle her at night?
4. In Too Deep by Lucia Jordan
Rayne is working a dead-end job with an annoying, consistently self-absorbed, mean-spirited boss who has made no effort to hide that he wants more from Rayne. When he demands she attend a masquerade ball, she expects nothing to come out of it. After successfully avoiding him at the ball, she is about to leave when her eyes meet a mysterious masked man practically oozing sexual charm. One thing leads to another, and they end up in his penthouse. She has the best night of her life but she can’t help wondering if it is just a chance that they’ve met, and who is this mystery man?
5. The Interview by Lucia Jordan
When Christopher saw Lacey for the first time, he couldn’t stop his eyes from wandering. But that’s all he could do, she was a temp in his own company, which had strict no relationship rules. But when she shows her loyalty by chasing after him to inform him about his assistant’s conspiracy to blackmail him, he decides to make her an offer. Be his personal assistant in the day and his plaything at night. How far is she willing to go for her career and love?