I vowed I’d prove him wrong

Our recommended read for today,
April, 8th, 2021.

Wall Street Journal bestselling author Nicole Snow returns with a screaming funny romance where two office enemies fake love until they’re all out of make-believe. You need to put Bossy Grump: An Enemies to Lovers Romance straight to the top of your To Be Read pile, today!

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Bossy Grump: An Enemies to Lovers Romance

You know that awkward moment when your lava-hot boss says “marry me?”
Not for love. Not for real. Not without a mammoth payoff.
Of course, this fortune comes with a ginormous snag—Ward Brandt.

Call me bananas.
I must be short of a full bushel rejecting Chicago’s finest billionaire.
Who knew he was my boss when he crashed my worst date ever?
Oh, but he found out.
He swore I wasn’t fit for Brandt Ideas, chewed me up, and spat me back out.
I vowed I’d prove him wrong—and sabotage a metric ton of his coffee.

Then tragedy strikes, upending his limitless ego.
Guess who needs an image makeover to shore up the family business.
Big fat hell no.
King Snarlypants has a peanut-sized heart and a chip on his shoulder bigger than a redwood.

Find another sucker, Ward-hole.
Even if I agreed, my shields are up.
No magnetic kisses. Zero butterflies. Nix the blushing when everyone gushes over what a “perfect couple” we’d be.
Then again…it’s just ninety days and mama needs a windfall.
What’s one little white wedding lie with a bossy grump built like a god?

What the Reviews Say

There’s a truckload of family baggage onboard this runaway train, and the author’s witty writing style still manages to deep dive into the emotional abyss as we get to the bottom of what’s left of Ward’s heart…I’ve never read a Nicole Snow book I didn’t absolutely adore and this one is no exception.

Off to a rocky start is an understatement. The push and pull of this couple had me snickering constantly.

Too funny, I loved those emails! With a storyline as smooth as silk and characters that can be a little rough around the edges, this book hit it out of the park.

This book was pure enjoyment. The snarky humor, sizzling sparks, and witty banter really fly as Paige and Ward’s story unfolds.

Character development is such an important factor in a book truly being wonderful, and in this story it’s really top notch. There’s so much more to the grouchy ‘Warden’ than the face he shows the world.