I don’t care how much he wants my business, he can’t have it.
My dad left me this company, and Nathan Silverstone can have it when he pries it from my cold, dead hand.
Never mind his flirtatious green eyes and the way his ridiculously expensive suits fit his hard body like a glove. I pay no attention to the way those eyes scrutinize my every curve and edge when he stares at me with that sexy, infuriating grin from across the table during our meetings.
I don’t care how charming he tries to be, I’m stubborn and he’s going to find out the hard way that I’m neither passive nor submissive, but I most certainly can be aggressive.
She was a one-time fling who occupied my evening and left me with amazing memories.
Until she walks into my billion-dollar brewing company as one of our suppliers.
Don’t mix business with pleasure my brother likes to remind me. Well, screw him. I’ll take all the pleasure Sierra Ford wants to give me.
Opposites attract, they say. Wild red hair and cowboy boots must be my jam because it’s definitely working for me.
Until my brother and cousin try to take Sierra’s company from her behind my back, and now I’m her enemy.
About the Author
Carolyn lives in Colorado with her husband, who’s delivered on his promise of a happily ever after, and their daughters, who spend their parents’ money like broke little best friends instead of teenagers.
When not writing, she can be found buying too many shoes, traveling, or dreaming about traveling. You can find out more at carolyndelaneyauthor.com.
Enemy Boss is the first book in the Denver Billionaires series by Carolyn Delaney. The story unfolds as Sierra Ford struggles through life as a business owner in the beer harvesting industry. I will admit I am not too familiar at all with beer or the intricacies that are involved so I was a little confused on all of the workings but nonetheless, it was completely fine. As Sierra struggles to make ends meet and keep her business thriving, she meets Nathan Silverstone, the local billionaire who makes his money from buying out struggling businesses.
From the very first glance between the two, they were completely enthralled with one another and eventually couldn’t resist. Everything unfolds to even more drama as they find each other again several months after a one-night stand. The story is well-paced and the spice between the two are heated but not too spicy or dominating in that sense. I really enjoyed the teasing and banter between the two lovers however I did expect more drama in the sense and heartache, but overall I enjoyed the story, so I definitely recommend.
I will admit that I gravitated toward the other billionaire, Roman, so I cannot wait to read his story next.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.