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
2. Resist Me by Lucia Jordan
In college Cheyanne had a choice between dating either Mark or Brett, one a popular football player, the other mysterious, intimidating and aloof. In the end she chose Mark only to discover she would waste years of her life by the time she caught Mark cheating on her. Finally, she’s gotten her life back on track and finds herself walking into the law internship of her dreams. But when she realizes the owner of this prestigious law firm, the man who is now her boss, is that same Brett from college, all the familiar feelings of attraction mixed with intimidation return. Brett is more formidable than ever, and just as mysterious and sexy as he was all those years ago. And when his deep desires are revealed to her, she finally understands the nervous tension he’d always manage to arouse in her.
3. Rush by Lucia Jordan
Kendra is a bundle of nerves when she walks into the office of Sebastian Montoya. To say his reputation precedes him is a gross understatement. Immediately she sees that the larger than life architect has an even bigger ego. The mystery that surrounds him is hypnotizing. There is just something about him that draws her in. He oozes sexuality and his lilting Spanish accent makes her insides flutter. But as she learns, architecture isn’t his only talent. A hot and steamy night at work leads to far more than she could ever expect.