Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Book Review ~ The Position by Dahlia Salvatore

The Position
by Dahlia Salvatore

Synopsis
Dylan Farrow puts on his pants every morning one leg at a time, just like everyone else at the Kerrigan Advertising Agency. He handles high-pressure projects with a fast turnaround. He’s prized for his keen intellect and admirable performance. But how did he get where he is today—to the level of Junior Executive of Design Production?
Well, that involves how he takes his pants off…
and for whom…

Hoping to break through the glass ceiling under which she’s been trapped for years, Valerie Caplan picks up her life and moves to Seattle. After hearing about the position of Senior Executive of Design Production from an art director at Kerrigan, she decides to apply. When she lands the big interview, she never thinks for a minute that she’ll have any serious competition. She assumes that she has the job in the bag…until she discovers that the only competition has something she doesn’t have—the willingness to go outside the office to impress Danica Stewart, their uptight female boss.

My Thoughts
If I had to sum up this book in just one word, it would be AMAZING!  This story had me hooked from the very first page and I could not put it down.  I really did not like Dylan at the start, especially his unconventional way of working himself up the corporate ladder, but the more I read, the more I fell in love with this sexy man.  This book really has everything that I love in a book: 1) a hot sexy guy, 2) a level headed, strong and independent female character, 3) hot, steamy sex, 4) a compelling story line and 5) a blossoming romance you really want to work.  This was the first book that I have read from this author, but it won’t be my last!

This one gets 5 stars!


About the Author
Dahlia Salvatore is a thirty-two-year-old female author living in Seattle, Washington with her husband. She comes from Coos Bay, Oregon and moved to Seattle six years ago. She loves the west coast and doesn’t see herself anywhere else.

Her influences include contemporary writers J.K. Rowling, Mary Balogh, Christina Dodd, Stephanie Laurens, Laurell K. Hamilton, Anne Rice, Stephen King, and many many others.

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