Review: Beautiful Boss by Christina Lauren

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The ninth work in the New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling series that started with Beautiful Bastard. In this e-novella, Will Sumner and Hanna Bergstrom (from Beautiful Player) find that a wedding and everlasting love were just the beginning.

One Player tamed. One nerd girl satisfied. And one more major life decision to make. When Will fell for Hanna, her quirky sense of humor and fierce dedication to her career were part of the attraction. (Not to mention her coy newbie attitude toward sex and her willingness to let him teach her everything.) But when the job offers start rolling in for her—and oh, they do—Hanna has trouble deciding what she wants, where they should live, and how much she should burden Will with the decision. Magic between the sheets is only one part of a relationship...getting on the same page is quite another altogether.



Review:
I definitely love reading Christina Lauren romance books! She always write the best romance stories that you will become addicted to her works. 
Beautiful Boss is a short novella on the cutest couple, Will and Hanna from Beautiful Player.  Reader will get to re-catch their shelf with Will and Hanna again. Will is still sexy as ever and still forever in love with Hanna as ever! He is totally devoted to Hanna that he does not care where they live as long as they stay together. Hanna is still the sweet yet beautiful yet intelligent as ever that she is having a hard time in deciding which job she should take and if she should burden Will about the job decision. 
They both love each other so much that you can definitely see them working together. Hanna will definitely realize that she can count in Will about her decision in jobs since he will always be there for her. And Will will recognize that he does have a say about Hanna decision because Hanna is counting for his opinion since they are partner. 
Beautiful Boss is fantastic romance read that you will enjoy every second of it that you will feel sad that you have reach the end. Five Stars!

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