Friday, March 29, 2013
The Werewolf Prince and I by Marian Tee
Broke, nerdy, and self-confessed wimp Misty Wall leads a ho-hum life as a Grammar Nazi intern, which of course earns her feelings of hate-at-first-sight from her colleagues at Ze Morgue, a.ka. Moretti Inc.'s Administration Department.
Misty has always wished for something exciting to spice up her boring-with-a-capital-B existence, but she never thought it would come in the form of a gorgeous six-foot-plus billionaire. The world knows him as Domenico Moretti, the ruthless, cunning, and aloof CEO of Moretti, Inc, a.k.a. her boss.
Gifts of (mis)fortune come in threes, they say, and it's certainly the case with Misty, whose life is turned upside-down by Domenico Moretti's three shocking revelations.
One, he's a werewolf (who's also a prince).
Two, he wants her in his bed - him, the guy who actually had to file a TRO against an obsessive supermodel.
And three, he has a proposition she never - and she means never - ever sees coming.
Warning: Contains scenes not suitable for very young readers.
This book cracked me up. Dominate men are so sexy in books but they get on my nerves in real life. I would have to tell him where he could go if he tried to tell me I was his mate and he was going to change my life for ever.
A new job, strange rules to learn, and a threat against her fiance is what Misty is thrown into the moment Dominico calls her into his office. No need to fight as he won't take no for an answer.
I like Marian Tee's books. She does a great job portraying the dominate male and the "helpless" female who can stand on her own just as soon as she figures out where and how to do that around her dominate male. :-)