Review: Seducing the Boss (Pulse #2) by Mari Carr

August 18, 2016 Review 0

Review: Seducing the Boss (Pulse #2) by Mari Carr

Kellan James is unwinding at Score when he spots the last person he’d ever expect to find in his favorite bar. Sara Connelly—ER nurse, do-gooder, charitable crusader, and frequent pain in his ass. Both grew up privileged in swanky Southampton, but that’s where the similarities end. Kellan’s made it his mission to seek out life’s pleasures; Sara gains pleasure from lecturing him on his lifestyle. Kellan would never date someone like her. Ever.

But when Kellan discovers Sara’s been stood-up by an online date, something fierce and protective awakens inside of him. Typically, Kellan would enjoy teasing the jilted Sara, but something in her face sends him over to her table with a plan. He encourages her to take a walk on the wild side, one weekend of sin, no holds barred.

She accepts, but it quickly becomes apparent that one night isn’t enough. As the pull between them grows stronger, Kellan discovers it’s a very dangerous thing to say never.

Each book in the Pulse series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Series Order:
Book #1 Engaging the Bachelor
Book #2 Seducing the Boss

Title: Seducing the Boss
Author: Mari Carr
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Screaming Orgasm, Say Something, Misplaced Princess
Series: Pulse #2
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Claiming the Enemy
Published by Entangled Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: August 1, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Medical Erotica
Pages: 157
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Stars: three-half-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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Neighborhood friends for most of their lives, Kellan never really saw Sara as sexy or desirable. One night relaxing after a stressful week he spots Sara dressed to the nines-sitting alone. As he watches, he realizes she’s been stood up he wants to spend time with her in his bed. When she matches his desires in every aspect, with a thirst for more he takes his one-night proposition and decides to extend through the entire weekend. What he never expected was his heart to open up and for him to realize he’s loved Sara all of his life. Now he needs to figure out a way to convince Sara that she loves him too.

Mari Carr is an author that I have read a few short stories over the years. I’ve always enjoyed her writing so when this book came up, I knew I had to grab it. I enjoyed these characters as they complimented each other. Where one made decisions by the seat of his pants not really interested in feelings whereas the other cares deeply about her patients and her friends. If I were a nurse, I would most definitely be like Sara. She fought with Kellan when he wanted to reduce more waiting time by having less time with the patients un the ER.

I normally would not mention this but the title and the blurb is quite misleading. I figured it was Sara that did the seducing and that Kellan and Sara weren’t as close as the book suggested. Their chemistry was off the charts but Kellan to me was selfish and it took drastic evets for him to even consider love. Despite them being friends most of their lives, they only acted on their attraction when Kellan finally took notice. After their weekend it took only three weeks for one Kellan to change his whole way of living. Overall, I enjoyed this book and am so happy Miss Carr has decided to do a medical romance! Wish the romance would have lasted longer and that their love was not all based on chemisty, no matter how hot!

I was gifted a copy of this novel from the JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review.



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