Trent Caldwell is the CEO of Caldwell Enterprises. He was the most arrogant, impatient and rude man Brianna had ever met. Yet she finds herself madly attracted to him. At first Trent didn’t give Brianna a second look. The young woman who wore her hair like a fifty year old, clothing that didn’t fit her body, or compliment her natural coloring, and honestly had no idea of just how attractive she could be. But that all changes when Brianna fills in for Trent’s personal assistant. With a little help from a popped button, Trent soon finds himself intensely attracted to her. She is nothing like the platinum blondes he usually has draped on his arm. She didn’t just want his money or fame. She wanted him. But as his employee she couldn’t let it go any further – she needed this job too much. Despite her reluctance, the attraction between them is unstoppable and after an unprotected night of passion they’ are both left with many unanswered questions. Trent’s unborn child reveals a side of him he never knew he had. But when an old business rival returns seeking revenge, Trent, Brianna and their child find themselves in extreme danger..
Trent is a hard man to please, he hasn’t had the need to stay with a woman for longer than a couple of weeks. Brianna is a 24 year old who dresses and acts like she is 50.
I had so many mixed feelings about this book, the first 70% or so of this book was nice and slow paced, however after 70% it goes from one extreme to another so quickly, very much in the same chapter, at the start of the one chapter they find out she is pregnant and then by the end of the chapter they are married. I really don’t like this. I feel like the end part of the story was very much pushed onto me.
The characters didn’t really feel like they had too much of a connection in my eyes, and I couldn’t connect to either of them. Both of them seemed dumb when they was having sex and then thought afterwards ‘oh shit, we didn’t use a condom’ it made me feel like they should have been teenagers who was just having a quickie.
The over all story line was very cliche, but it did have potential, however it just lost it’s way in the last few chapters, which is a massive shame.