Review: Bossman, by Vi Keeland

BossmanBossman by Vi Keeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fun And Flirty Office Romance

This is my third book by this author, and it’s my favorite so far. Vi Keeland is on the way to becoming a “one-click author” for me. I absolutely adored this story! It gets a solid 4 1/2 stars from me.

From their very first interaction, I was hooked on Reese and Chase. They had incredible chemistry, even if their first meeting was adversarial. Then, what started as bitter conflict morphed into a playful banter. Suddenly, instead of fighting each other, it seemed like it was Reese and Chase against the world.

It took a while for them to take their relationship to the next level. However, that worked well for this story. Readers were gifted with lots of hilarious, flirty dialogue and plenty of build-up. I appreciated the time spent developing the characters and their relationship. When things started to progress, I felt entirely vested in the story.

That being said, I was so absorbed in this story that it seemed to fly by. I didn’t want to put it down. You know it’s a good book when you find yourself contemplating calling in sick to work because you want to read! This was one of those stories for me.

Unlike most of my favorite reads, this book wasn’t dark at all. It was everything that usually drives me nuts — cliché characters, predictable storyline, etc. — but it worked perfectly in this case. This isn’t the type of story that changes your life, it’s just pure fun. It’s the kind of story that you don’t want to put down because it has you laughing uncontrollably and walking around with a huge smile all day.

There was a little angst and sadness, but it was pretty short-lived. While it did seem a bit melodramatic to me, I understood that a little conflict was necessary for the story. Not surprisingly, everything worked out in the end.

Overall, I thought that this was a fantastic story. I loved every minute of this couple’s story. It had just the right balance of romance and humor. If you’re in the mood for a fun, feel-good romance with a HEA, I highly recommend this one!

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