Review: Mr. Big by Delancey Stewart

August 29, 2017 Review 0

Review: Mr. Big by Delancey Stewart

He’s tortured and dark, angsty and arrogant. You want the truth? He’s kind of an A-hole.
He’s also the CEO.
Everything in my life goes according to plan, and that’s the way I like it. I got the degree. I got the job. Now I just need to prove that I have what it takes to succeed in the real world.
If there’s one thing that’s not in my plans, it’s falling in love with my boss.
Most relationships don’t start with one person calling the other out in public for being an arrogant jerk. Then again, most CEOs don’t cut their own employees in line at the coffeehouse and bark orders at people like they own the place.
Maybe pissing Oliver Cody off isn’t the right move. And now that he’s part of my world, all my plans go straight to hell.

Title: Mr. Big
Author: Delancey Stewart
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Without Words
Published by LoveSwept
Source: Publisher
Published: August 29th 2017
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 243 pages
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Stars: three-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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The blurb of Mr. Big sounded like something I needed to read!  I love angsty men who get tangled up with that feisty girl. Unfortunately, I didn’t get that from this book.

Oliver is all over the place in this one!  Yes, he’s been dealt a crappy hand, but there never seemed to be anything good happening to him. It all starts with the death of his parents and it goes down from there.  Every chance I thought the light was at the end of the tunnel, things took another turn for the worse.  I never felt like I got out of his depression throughout the whole book.  Needless to say, I was drowning in a character I really couldn’t connect to or even like.

Holland is one of those girls who has herself all planned out.  This happens now, then this, then that.  We all know you can’t plan every detail of your life.  It never works out that way.  So when things start to go awry from her list, she gets all wishy-washy. She’s been pretty independent having grown up in the foster system, so I didn’t get why she struggled at times.

Overall this book was a bummer to read. The work talk was not very appealing to me. I also didn’t like that Oliver was a total ass at the end and that sealed the deal on him for me.  I was interested how others saw the book much differently than I, but, that’s what makes everyone unique. It started promising, but then nothing really happened, and it dragged. You may grab this book and totally fall in love. I hope that you do!




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