Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Release Day Review ~ My Fair Brady (Dreamspun Desires #76) by K.C. Wells (Giveaway)

Release Day Review ~ My Fair Brady (Dreamspun Desires #76) by K.C. Wells

Title: My Fair Brady
House Line: Dreamspun Desires #76

Author: K.C. Wells
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: February 19th 2019
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary
Page Count: 226 pages
A spur of the moment invitation changes two lives.

Jordan Wolf’s company runs like a well-oiled machine. At least until his PA, Brady Donovan, comes down with the flu and takes sick leave. Then Jordan discovers what a treasure Brady is and who really keeps his business—and Jordan in particular—moving like clockwork. So when Jordan needs a plus-one, Brady seems the obvious choice to accompany him. After a major shopping trip to get Brady looking the part, however…. Wow.

Brady has a whole new wardrobe, and now his boss is whisking him away for a weekend party. Something is going on, something Brady never expected: Jordan is looking at him like he’s never seen him before, electrifying Brady’s long-hidden desires.

But can the romantic magic last when the weekend is over and it’s back to reality?

4 Stars!

My Fair Brady is a sweet story of the almost invisible assistant who is in love with his boss. Brady is a PA to Jordan Wolf. Jordan, while he appreciates that Brady has everything ready for him each day, doesn't realize the scope of those things until Brady is out with the flu. His eyes opened, he begins to see beyond the surface.

Initially, I wasn't sure if I would like Jordan for Brady. He was so focused on work that he never really noticed Brady. However, I was happy to see how good a man Jordan was as the story continued. He appreciates Brady for the treasure he is at work, and when he gets to know Brady better, he appreciates him fully. I liked how their relationship changed slowly and didn't go at light speed once he saw Brady for everything that he was.

Brady is a sweet guy. He works hard and tries to bury his attraction and feelings for Jordan. I liked that while he was unsure of going with Jordan as his fake date, that he voiced his concerns. I was really happy to see Jordan reassure Brady that the makeover wasn't for Jordan, but to help Brady feel more confident. I liked seeing Brady's personality coming out more as his relationship with Jordan changed. I also liked that their physical relationship took time to develop as they got to know each other outside of work.

If you want a sweet story of a boss and his assistant finding love, this one may be for you.

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement
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4 Stars

I’m really glad that I had no clue when I picked this book up that it was part of the Dreamspinner Press Dreamspun Desires series - I just saw it was a K.C. Wells book and that was good enough for me. I was worried that it would be another overly sugary sweet book with not enough depth, and I am so glad that wasn’t the case and it really didn’t seem like it fully belonged in the DD series of books.

These characters were cute! And the storyline and plot were well thought out. I loved both Brady and Jordan. Brady is smart and organized with all kinds of sass. He does everything possible to keep Jordan in line and on task at work. Jordan is the boss and CEO, and Brady his assistant. I loved that Jordan really stepped up once he realized what was going on with Brady and that losing him would literally make his life fall apart. Lol.

I really enjoyed reading this book and every part of the guys’ story and how they ended up together, as co-workers first and then in a “relationship of convenience”, then into something so much more. I think the thing that threw me off the most though was how fast their relationship progressed after they decided to give it a go for real. It went from 0-100 really quick and while I was confused by it, I also had to remind myself it is a Dreamspun book where everything works out super quick and easy and everyone gets their HEA with zero drama and issues.

Overall I really liked this one, and I really think it was due to the author and writing style of the book and how well it all played out.

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement. ***

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  1. i am a dog person and don't have a favorite office romance at this time

  2. Santa's Naughty Helper by Ari McKay is a sweet office romance.

  3. I recently enjoyed Trusting Jack by Ruby Moone.

  4. Can Abi Roux’s Cut & Run series, Layla Reyne’s AIW & Trouble Brewing be included as office romance?? I’m really bad at remember book titles and their tropes, lol.