Sidney Rhodes has crushed on her boss Grant for over two years. When she finally pushes him to his breaking point, they both end up winning. The fraternization rule their company holds dear means that they’ve got to keep their new relationship deep under wraps. Grant knows that this could end very badly. He could be charged with sexual harassment, accused of favoritism, or worse–they could both be unemployed. Grant is willing to risk it all to dip his pen in the company ink.
I loved the quick banter and snappy dialogues between Sidney and Grant as much as the sexual chemistry between them and the love scenes. In 5 short chapters COMPANY INK offered everything I look for in a sexy contemporary novella: heat, chemistry, humor and external conflict. Wrapped up in a tight, fast-paced package I went through it quick and easy and was left yearning for more when I finished.