Trailer Ö Sleeping with Her Enemy (49th Floor, #2) PDF by À Jenny Holiday

Trailer Ö Sleeping with Her Enemy (49th Floor, #2) PDF by À Jenny Holiday I read Saving the CEO but wasn t that impressed with it, so I wasn t planning to read Sleeping with Her Enemy But then I saw my good friend Brandy s review and I decided to give it a try It s easy to give in when the book s price is just USD 0.
99 I m glad I picked it up I liked this a lot better than the first book I ve mostly forgotten what happened in that one The book summary makes it seem like the two MCs jumped into bed right after the girl was left at the altar but that s not what really happened sure, there was a lot of attraction between the two of them but they didn t act on it until much later They transitioned from office enemies to frenemies to friends I really enjoyed their banter and several of the scenes made me Sweet enemies to lovers story Well written and good plotting and character development I was a bit disappointed that although the character is half Chinese, he is described as having totally inherited his father s English looks while his sister looks Chinese What was the point really then Still it was a fun quick read.
This was a really sweet enemies to lovers story Amy is a jilted bride, dumped just a few hours before her wedding by her boyfriend of 7 years Dex doesn t do relationships after a really bad experience Dex and Amy work on the same floor but for different companies They bump heads every time they see each other, often fighting When Amy is left at the alter, she escapes to the one place where she feels safe and knows is empty on Saturday her office What she doesn t expect is to run into Dex on the worst day of her life I LOVED this story and the way Amy and Dex were with each other This book was really well written and I couldn t put it down It was fast paced, fun, sweet, romantic and sexy I really enjoyed this story and can t wait to see who the next book in this series is about A OH YEAH, THIS WAS GOOD.
As others have said, the description is a bit misleading Amy and Dax don t jump into bed right away after she s jilted Their relationship takes time to develop.
AND THERE S BASICALLY NO DRAMA I m so often braced for that last minute silly drama before the happy ending, but that didn t happen here And it was just well done, with good characters, and believable And nice baseball references for me Brandon Morrow I also really believed their initial dislike of each other So often I find that kind of thing forced.
Review originally posted at guys I love this author Sleeping with Her Enemy is the second book in Jenny Holiday s 49th Floor series It s also her second published book ever I talked about how much I enjoyed book one in this series, Saving the CEO, in a WTRW post a couple of weeks ago and how much it sucked that she didn t have a backlist to dive into So I was pretty stoked to have this baby hit my Kindle this week I might have even liked it better than book one Maybe It s a toss up.
Our hero and heroine were both introduced in the previous book, Dax Harris is the playboy CEO of a neighboring company on the 49th floor where Amy Morrison, a smart, successful business executive, works They aren t friends To Dax Amy is an uptight, little miss perfect who needs to lighten up a bit and Amy is convinced that D Too cute Also the model on the cover is fiiiiine.
He Ll Complicate All Her Plans Amy Morrison Is Supposed To Be At Her Wedding But When Her Husband To Be Jilts Her At The Altar, A Distraught Amy Runs To The Only Place She Feels Safe Her Office Besides, Everyone Who Works On Her Floor Is At Her Weddingexcept Him Dax Harris Playboy, Executive, And Amy S Official Office Enemy While He And Amy Don T See Eye To Eye On The Best Of Days, Dax Can T Help But Feel Badly When He Sees Amy Mid Meltdown Next Thing He Knows, He S Gotten Her Good And Drunk, And They Re Making Out Like Two Teenagers And Since Neither Of Them Want Anything Serious, Why Shouldn T They Be Frenemies With Benefits Because There Is No Possible Way They Could Ever Fall For Each Other This book was so much my favorite brand of romance crackExcellent banter CheckEnemies to respect to friends to lovers CheckSlow burn sexual development CheckMinimum of unnecessary drama CheckI enjoyed this book so much and had a great time reading it I enjoyed Saving the CEO but wasn t as thrilled with the drama shenanigans at the end of that one Jack is the King of Overreaction Still, I enjoyed it enough to buy this when I saw it was on sale I was a bit wary due to the synopsis but I think that s a little misleading I really thought Amy was going from being jilted to hooking up with Dax immediately which would make him of a jerk than not in my opinion But that s not what happens at all I can not even begin to tell you how much I loved the development of the relationship between these two Both of them are just really great characters on their own too And the way they were with their When you are having the worst day of your life and you realize you have no one to call or anywhere else to go, sometimes life hands you the unexpected Jenny Holiday has created a story that really sucks you in from the beginning or the blurb, if you are like me and keeps you riveted until the end Sleeping with Her Enemy was an unexpected gem While friends to lovers may be my favorite book trope, the idea of two people that can t get along without arguing turning into friends, then lovers was pretty spectacular Sleeping with Her Enemy is book 2 in the 49th floor series Saving the Ceo is book 1 , you can read it as a stand alone book, like I did and have no issues feeling out of the loop Since I didn t read book one, I will be going back to see if we get of the enemy factor shown between Amy and Dax and because that is all that is left on Jenny Holiday s back list and I need of her writ 4 Stars Sleeping With Her Enemy is my first Jenny Holiday novel and will not be my last It tells the story of Amy whose fiancee breaks up with her on their wedding day In order to deal with the situation, she goes to the place that she feels most comfortableher office in downtown Toronto What she doesn t expect is to run into her work nemesis, Dax, and she also doesn t expect him to help her on the worst day of her life and become someone she can t imagine living without.
I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story Contemporary romance is not usually my genre of choice, but I just couldn t resist the enemies to lovers theme that the blurb mentioned Amy and Dax are both really interesting and likable characters They are hard workers who are su

Jenny Holiday started writing in fourth grade, when her awesome hippie teacher, between sessions of Pete Seeger singing and anti nuclear power plant letter writing, gave the kids notebooks and told them to write stories Most of Jenny s featured poltergeist, alien invasions, or serial killers who managed to murder everyone except her and her mom She showed early promise as a romance writer, thoug