{Review} Like a Boss by Logan Chance @BrotherChance

July 14, 2016 Adult, Reviews 0 ★★★½

{Review} Like a Boss by Logan Chance @BrotherChanceLike a Boss by Logan Chance
Pages: 150
Published by Createspace Independent Pub on July 12, 2016
Series: Like a Boss #1
Genres: adult, contemporary, Romance
Source: eARC from Author

Theo Sullivan is the new boss of The Lopa, a classy tiki bar in the heart of South Beach, Miami.
Little does he know, a certain bartender doesn’t think he has what it takes to make it.

Personalities collide as Penelope Marks goes against the boss and tries her hardest to defy him.

Theo is determined to be a success.
Penny is determined not to lose.

What happens if these two get more than they bargained for?
What if the one person you want more than ever is the one person you hate even more?

Note: This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

NA ReviewMy ThoughtsLike a Boss is the first book in the adult contemporary romance Like a Boss duet series by Logan Chance. I hardly ever get the opportunity to read a romance book written by male author, so I was super excited for Like a Boss. I really liked the story. I loved the back and forth bickering between the two main characters, Theo and Penny. Watching them fight was my favorite part of the book. Like a Boss is a quick read that will leave you wanting more.

Theo and Penny meet one night when she is all dressed up in a wig (and I guess contacts?) and even though neither one of them can get the other out of their heads, when they finally meet up again. This time Penny is a bartender in Logan’s new bar- he has no idea who she is. I found it hard to believe that he didn’t recognize her right away, and certainly after he was around her more, but he didn’t. What I did like about Theo was that he loved both versions of Penny. Except this new employee version also got on his nerves big time. It was a blast to read.

I loved that Theo had no idea how to run a bar. It made the story so interesting, especially since Penny knows so much about the inner workings of a bar. I loved everything about the dynamic between the characters in Like a Boss. It was a purely fun read for me. I blew through it quickly and I was left wanting the next part of the book right now. I could have done without the whole other guy aspect. I felt like that was a bit forced, since we don’t even see him until the end of the story. I know it is going to come into play in the next book, but I would have preferred Penny and Theo’s drama to come from somewhere else.  I hated the way the first book left off. It is like a vice tightening on my heart.

Bottom line: If you are a looking for a hot summer read, Like a Boss fits the bill. Watching Penny and Theo fight, while they were trying to resist their pull to one another was a blast. I had a great time reading Like a Boss. I can’t wait to see what is going to happen next. (and it better not be something bad!)

Plus! Logan Chance, has a brother- Jacob Chance who is also a writer! And at least one of the brother’s lives in Florida. How awesome is that? Two brothers writing romance. I love it. go @BrotherChance

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A loving young couple hugging and kissing on the beach at sunset. Two lovers, man and woman barefoot near the water. Summer in love


About Logan Chance

Logan Chance enjoys the simple things in life. Star Wars, music, and pretty girls. Always in trouble at school, he was made to copy the dictionary while the others played. This began his word fascination.

With a love of words he then realized he loved stringing those same words together to create stories to inspire all.

From Boston, and relocated to Florida, he lives out his days writing, reading, and avoiding the beach.

Not afraid to tell it how it is, Logan is definitely a man of his own.

Michelle @ Book Briefs

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