Naughty Little Secret - Shayla Black & Shelley Bradley

Naughty Little Secret

By Shayla Black & Shelley Bradley

  • Release Date: 2014-07-14
  • Genre: Contemporary
4 Score: 4 (From 613 Ratings)

Description

Her boss. Her friend. Her secret lover?

After divorcing her never-home husband, Lauren Southall plucked up her courage, dusted off her power suits, and returned to corporate life. Two years later, there’s just one six-foot three, testosterone-packed problem: her ex-husband’s good friend and her current boss, Noah Reeves. Lauren aches for him. But she can’t possibly measure up to the silicone-packed professional cheerleaders he dates. So she hides her desire behind a professional persona and fantasizes.

For ten years, Noah Reeves has waited to make Lauren his. Once her divorce was final, he tracked down and hired the brilliant, dedicated woman. But when he’s with her, it isn’t spreadsheets and profit margins on his brain. Problem is, she’s never seen him as anything but her ex-husband’s pal. Now that she’s finally a free woman and with him 40+ hours a week, well… he’d love to persuade her to throw in her nights and weekends. So Noah decides to romance her by day. By night, he becomes a mysterious stranger devoted only to her pleasure…and discovers she’s hiding a naughty little secret of her own.

Reviews

  • Naughty Little Secret

    3
    By DannyGirl2146
    Lauren seems dumb to be the age she is. Immature at times.Don’t get me wrong divorce and hurt can jade u, but logic should come into place at some point!
  • Naughty Little Secret

    4
    By NV19
    Interesting...
  • Terribly repetitive

    1
    By Lorrielou37
    I wonder how many times the female lead had a conversation with herself on how much Noah wasn’t attracted to her or how he couldn’t really love her. I bet 85% of the book is just those 2 things. So repetitive and absolutely boring that I couldn’t even bring myself to finish it.
  • Great adventure

    4
    By Punkachew
    Loved the wait.
  • Me too?

    1
    By ejb1984
    Was this written from a sexual harassment case study?

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