Will the thought he could lose Jamie to his brother bring Alexander to his senses before Jamie gives up and leaves the company for good?
Show and Tell packed a wallop for a short tale. Kalista Kyle wrote of energy and sexiness as Jaime and Alexander found common ground in their professional and personal worlds.
Jaime’s deep-seeded crush on his boss was torturous at best; pining for a man whom he assumed had no interest in him, while seeing Alexander every day at work. I loved the inner monologues woven throughout the story as Ms. Kyle allowed Jaime to verbalize his feelings and naughty tricks.
Alexander’s portrayal of the stoic yet desirable boss left mischievous thoughts in my head, as the man was every employee’s boss-fantasy.
Show and Tell had wonderfully charming secondary characters, Bryce, Alexander’s very out and proud, bend you over the desk twin brother. Bryce’s charisma radiated throughout the story and I cannot wait for his book!
Strong characters, sex appeal and a great work fantasy story. Kalista Kyle hit this one out of the park.
A five handcuff review