HEAD OVER HEELS FOR THE BOSS by Susan Meier

November 04, 2015 Swan Creates 0 Comments

Yeah, this book was not for me.  It was not entertaining and I found the characters quite annoying most of the time.

Isabelle Cooper's in big, big trouble. Her flower shop? Well, it was just bought by the man she’s had a crush on forever. Her new boss, Devon Donovan, is a tall glass of melt-in-your-mouth hotness. The problem? Devon is definitely not interested in love. No ifs, ands, or buts about it.

Devon knows Isabelle has been crushing on him since college, but buying her business shouldn’t be a problem. Not only is she his employee, but as the eldest Donovan brother, he’s too busy protecting the family fortune for romance. But tomboy “Izzy” is all grown up now. And he’s finding it impossible to resist her, no matter how hard he tries...

This book did not make much sense to me.  What I gathered from this book is that Isabelle's loving parents, apparently sold their flower shop, without telling her about it.

They also made a bargain with the new buyer that they have to keep Isabelle on, without discussing anything with her.  This does not seem agreeable to me.  I did not get the story line, nor the motivation that drove the characters.

Isabelle seemed as if she was out looking for a rich husband.  yes, she did her job and keep repeating, (over and over again I might add) that she graduated from college and she could get a different job if she wanted.

Instead, she changes her look to entice Devon and I do not understand the reason why she did it.

Devon was also a puzzle.  Yes, I understand that his mother was abused by his father.  But the man was gone and he had a venomous way of trying to keep his family separated from the world.  When you read the book, you will understand what I mean.

I did not believe the story line nor do I understand how most of the things in the book happened.  Yet, with all this confusion, I still enjoyed reading the book.  Weird!


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