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REVIEW: Company Ink by Kat Colburn

REVIEW: Company Ink by Kat Colburn

Great Read!

I really enjoyed reading this book. I felt bad for Dani and getting screwed over by her ex Glen and being left in a job that she hated and having some much put on her. I was really happy that she met Dan and got a friend that started to help bring out the better in her. I wished that they would of just said screw it sooner and just said how they really felt but obviously there were reasons behind that in which it couldn't happen. I could tell that Dan had a secret early on, and started to put the pieces together as the book went on. I was really glad that Dan was able to help Dani get on and in the end they both were able to get there HEA and things turned out for the better. I really enjoyed this book. I liked the twists and turns the book took it definitely kept me on the edge of my seat and reading trying to find out what would happen next in the book!

A great read

This is a great read, at so many points I thought, so it going to happen this way of that way but it didn't it keeps you going the whole way through. Dani has all the pressure of trying to work for a company she no longer believes in, a product that doesn't work to its best anymore and she can't leave because how would she then pay her mums medical bills? Dan enters into the company to head a new international department and wants Dani to work beside him on it. We spend the story going through the stages of their relationship as colleagues, friends to best friends all the whole wondering if they are going to get it on! I can't believe this is a debut novel definite well done to the author Kat Colburn

Dani Wallace was just there. She really wasn't living. She hides her true self on a daily basis, and there is a chance she doesn't been know if her old self still exists anymore. She does her job that she hates, buy only so she can pay her moms medical bills. Dan appears when Dani isn't even expecting to find someone. Working close together they find themselves forming a friendship. But Dan isn't being 100% truthful with Dani. And he knows of he wants anything with her he needs to be able to be honest with her. It is the secrets that he's keeping that keeps you guessing as to what is his real story. There is off the charts chemistry between these two. Yet Dani has her insecurities about herself that she feels she's not enough for Dan. Still there is their flirting that just almost crosses the line, and Dan's inability to not touch and protect Dani that keeps you reading. This book is not fast paced, and that is what is needed for these characters relationship to truly build. And the duel POV is also something that helps you see what each of them are feeling about one another. And when your reading Dan's POV you are able to understand more of his reasons for being somewhat mysterious when it comes to his personal life. Definitely a recommendation for any friends to lovers readers.

This is not your typical office romance. You have the friends to lovers. Dani and Dan are both characters that you fall in love with. Dani is the type of person who will abide by the rules but she will add a little bit of her here and there. The relationship started slow between these two but they got to know the depths of one an another and I find it interesting. Eventually you will have that goofy grin on your face when you get close to the HEA. I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS TO ANYONE WHO IS LOOKING FOR AN OFFICE ROMANCE BOOK OR EVEN CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE.

"Office intrigue takes on a whole new meaning in this story of love, friendship, and the secrets hiding behind boardroom doors...

The Company has a rule about falling in love on the job.

I've never been one for rules. But I need this one. I need this rule to remind me why I can't be with Dani Wallace.

I need this smart little foul-mouthed fighter by my side more than I need her in my bed. I need her to close this massive deal. She thinks it holds the key to her escape from cubicle hell and another shot at the life she always wanted.

But there is more riding on our success than she can possibly ever know. So I'll keep my hands to myself and my secrets safe for one more day.

But now I can't stop wondering what my best friend has on beneath her conservative suit. I can't stop imagining the things that sharp mouth of hers could do to me if I leaned back in my chair and unzipped my pants. And I can't stop pushing our flirting too far.

I'm trying to remember the rule. But some rules are made to be broken."

(Available on KU)

Kat Colburn has always made up stories, but she just recently started writing them down. She believes in the magic of a good book and the power of the right story to find you when you need it most.

When she’s not creating stories with strong kick-ass heroines she spends her time wrangling fuzzy rescue creatures to take their medicine, reading, and discovering new trails to hike.


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