About The Bluff

The Bluff

I won’t be winning any employee of the year awards. But only because my boss is the grumpy boss to end all grumpy bosses. Did I mention he doesn’t trust me to do my job?

Challenge accepted.

Not only am I going to help James launch a successful brewery, but I’m going to find out what makes him tick … and what makes him go boom.

All this has nothing to do with the fact that the man is unbearably, unfairly, unignorably (is that a word?) attractive. Or that he lost his mom when he was young, same as me.

The more he pushes me away, the more I’m pulled into his orbit. It’s a battle of stubborn wills, and I don’t plan to concede anytime soon.

Except the more time I spend around James Graham, the more I start to lose the one thing I refuse to give to any man … my heart.

The Bluff is an enemies to lovers, grumpy boss rom-com set in the fictional small town of Sheet Cake Texas. You’ll find plenty of laughs and sizzling chemistry in this closed door romantic comedy. It’s the second in a series, but can be read as a standalone.

My review

Can you ever really read enough romantic comedies? I would answer no, especially if they’re written by Emma St Clair! I loved everything about this book!

James is the Graham brother in this book. I thought the author did a great job really letting the reader see inside his head. James doesn’t do well around a lot of people, especially for a long amount of time. And sometimes he just explodes. I loved the pool scene. You’re just going to have to read it to see why.

Winnie is a Sheeter. She’s working for James as a temporary employee while she tries to figure out what to do next. But James is a huge grump and he really seems to dislike Winnie. And she has figured out how to push his buttons and sometimes she just doesn’t know when to stop. Between the two of them, it’s an explosive situation.

The romance in this one is so well done! I loved so many things about it. There are so many great scenes. I can’t wait to read more of this series!

Do yourself a favor and grab this one!

I borrowed an e-copy of The Bluff using my Kindle Unlimited subscription.

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