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What happens when a seductive e-mail goes to the wrong recipient - your boss?If Jess Tandon were any hotter, he'd be a fire hazard! The oh-so-sexy president of TLC Advertising is more than just delicious eye-candy. He's caught the eyes and heart of his normally play-it-safe executive assistant, Alexa Worthington.Too bad the only sex Alexa is having in safe text. She's only What happens when a seductive e-mail goes to the wrong recipient - your boss?If Jess Tandon were any hotter, he'd be a fire hazard! The oh-so-sexy president of TLC Advertising is more than just delicious eye-candy. He's caught the eyes and heart of his normally play-it-safe executive assistant, Alexa Worthington.Too bad the only sex Alexa is having in safe text. She's only just gotten over tragic heartbreak in her life, but she now wants to move on. She takes a romance writing class for therapy and creates a sizzling fantasy love scene starring her boss, Jess, and herself. When she e-mails it to a friend to critique, it ends up going to the wrong recipient - to Jess himself. Is this a disaster waiting to happen - or the beginning of something too hot to handle? The romance gets hotter and the stakes get higher with each new book in the series.


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What happens when a seductive e-mail goes to the wrong recipient - your boss?If Jess Tandon were any hotter, he'd be a fire hazard! The oh-so-sexy president of TLC Advertising is more than just delicious eye-candy. He's caught the eyes and heart of his normally play-it-safe executive assistant, Alexa Worthington.Too bad the only sex Alexa is having in safe text. She's only What happens when a seductive e-mail goes to the wrong recipient - your boss?If Jess Tandon were any hotter, he'd be a fire hazard! The oh-so-sexy president of TLC Advertising is more than just delicious eye-candy. He's caught the eyes and heart of his normally play-it-safe executive assistant, Alexa Worthington.Too bad the only sex Alexa is having in safe text. She's only just gotten over tragic heartbreak in her life, but she now wants to move on. She takes a romance writing class for therapy and creates a sizzling fantasy love scene starring her boss, Jess, and herself. When she e-mails it to a friend to critique, it ends up going to the wrong recipient - to Jess himself. Is this a disaster waiting to happen - or the beginning of something too hot to handle? The romance gets hotter and the stakes get higher with each new book in the series.

30 review for Accidentally Flirting with the CEO

  1. 4 out of 5

    Els

    When I was looking for my next book on Amazon I liked the blurb from this book so I downloaded it and started reading. I finished it in a little more than an hour appartly it was only 48 pages long. But at the end it mentioned there was a part 2. When I looked for it I saw there also is a third part. This could perfectly be one book with 209 pages instead of 3 books with less thand 100 pages.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Vampire-lk

    Did like this novella! Obviously wished it was longer & seemed very fast & heavy with the main characters especially when they said they loved each other while having sex for the very first time, but very well written piece! Looking forward to reading the others in this series!

  3. 5 out of 5

    serena

    The beginning of the novella was great—it was funny and snarky and everything I'd hoped to see. Wrong email? Oops. It's your boss? SHIT. But after it just dove right into the whole 'let's bang' and from there I found that the development of Alexa and Jess' relationship was flat. Lacking. Basically non-existent. Sure, I understand that there was a mutual attraction, but can you really go and say you love someone just from having some intimate sex with them? The lack of development was what killed The beginning of the novella was great—it was funny and snarky and everything I'd hoped to see. Wrong email? Oops. It's your boss? SHIT. But after it just dove right into the whole 'let's bang' and from there I found that the development of Alexa and Jess' relationship was flat. Lacking. Basically non-existent. Sure, I understand that there was a mutual attraction, but can you really go and say you love someone just from having some intimate sex with them? The lack of development was what killed the plot for me—it was a good ride and then just a sudden death plunge. Brrr.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Jess Tandon doesn't know he inspires all sorts of naughty thoughts for his assistant Alexa Worthington. Of course when he receives her rough draft of the book she is writing, everything changes and Jess makes his move. Fun and quick. I thought the story had enough to make you feel like you got a full story. Entertaining. Jess Tandon doesn't know he inspires all sorts of naughty thoughts for his assistant Alexa Worthington. Of course when he receives her rough draft of the book she is writing, everything changes and Jess makes his move. Fun and quick. I thought the story had enough to make you feel like you got a full story. Entertaining.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms

    A quick read, needs quite a lot of suspension of disbelief. Fun in places. Things went a little fast between fessing up to being attracted and saying 'I love you' for my taste. A quick read, needs quite a lot of suspension of disbelief. Fun in places. Things went a little fast between fessing up to being attracted and saying 'I love you' for my taste.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Bennet

    This a short, fun read. I think it was a good effort on the authors part to have the book be more than just sex. Jess is Alexia's boss and the idea behind the story is that they are both attracted to the other. They hide it well for the sake of professionalism. The story bounces around a bit instead of slowly working into one scene to another. Lex is taking a creative writing course in romance and she writes a fantasy story about her and Jess for one of her assignments. It's a sexual story but in This a short, fun read. I think it was a good effort on the authors part to have the book be more than just sex. Jess is Alexia's boss and the idea behind the story is that they are both attracted to the other. They hide it well for the sake of professionalism. The story bounces around a bit instead of slowly working into one scene to another. Lex is taking a creative writing course in romance and she writes a fantasy story about her and Jess for one of her assignments. It's a sexual story but instead of sending the story to her teacher she accidentally sends it to jess. It's a fun idea but I wish as the reader I could have been there when they first met. I wish I could have got to be in Lex's thoughts more when she started to feel this attraction to her boss. For that matter I would have been just as excited to be there in Jess's head. The two start this story already established as boss and employee. Lex is being evaluated by her boss's for her work she's done for the company. It felt a little flat without that first meet ,IMO, it was third hand information and because the book was short not much time was spent recapping it. We just open up to a scene that would be a very embarrassing moment. The other issue was their first time together having sex taking place in the office. The two are already nervous with mixing business with pleasure I couldn't believe they could just let that go being at work. I did however like the authors choice to slowly bring the two up to that point. While I wasn't thrilled with surroundings that slow build up is what it's all about in a story such as this. It helped to balance out the things I didn't like. There are 2 more short books in the series which I may check out later and because there are more I really would have liked to have seen their first meet. I love SR's attempt to be original but for me that first moment is so important for the entire story. The one last comment I will make is Alexia's boyfriend who died two years prior. The fact that she could not talk about it without tearing up and choking back words does not imply that she's moved on to me. It was still a good attempt at entertaining her readers. Enjoy!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Robin is it summer yet

    Oh my lord this was STUPID. So sorry I wasted my time. I will NOT be buying the rest. If you are grown and can’t stand up to a stupid older sister then what the heck. HATED THIS BOOK.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tea With Krystle In Bed

    Shadonna Richards really takes her reader on a joy ride with her short series " Accidentally Flirting with the CEO." The reader is automatically engrossed in Alexa ( main character) panic attack as she sends an erotic email she wrote for her online class about she and her boss, to her boss on accident. The reader heart begins to race along with Alexa's as she tries everything to keep her boss from reading the email. The story goes on with many twists and turns once the boss is aware of Alexa's at Shadonna Richards really takes her reader on a joy ride with her short series " Accidentally Flirting with the CEO." The reader is automatically engrossed in Alexa ( main character) panic attack as she sends an erotic email she wrote for her online class about she and her boss, to her boss on accident. The reader heart begins to race along with Alexa's as she tries everything to keep her boss from reading the email. The story goes on with many twists and turns once the boss is aware of Alexa's attraction towards him. All while Alexa is embarrassed and scared for their career because of a simple technical mistake. The reader is left wondering what happens next as the story cuts off in the middle of a work vacation.

  9. 4 out of 5

    BooksandBeyondFiftyShades

    CEO Jess Tandon, survives a scorn employees sexual harassment charge, only to be very sexually attracted to and up and coming employee in the advertising company. Alexa Worthington is finally moving on from the loss of her boyfriend by taking a romance writing class. Using her sexy and very attractive boss as the main character in her story has not been the best idea, especially when she is so attracted to him. An email is about tho change their lives forever. This is a fun and intriguing series CEO Jess Tandon, survives a scorn employees sexual harassment charge, only to be very sexually attracted to and up and coming employee in the advertising company. Alexa Worthington is finally moving on from the loss of her boyfriend by taking a romance writing class. Using her sexy and very attractive boss as the main character in her story has not been the best idea, especially when she is so attracted to him. An email is about tho change their lives forever. This is a fun and intriguing series that will keep you turning the pages. The author will keep you wanting more. This was a well written with great banter, and I connected with the book immediately. I would highly recommend this series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Katerina

    A total waste of time! This was lacking in so many departments...arghh! It makes me want to pull my hair. NO! Stop! It makes me want to pull the authors hair and do some other unspeakable things to her...(a joke! right?) This snippet of a read ends abruptly at the 85% mark on my kindle, and what follows are previews of other short stories by this author. I bet they are written in the same style and manner and: You know what? I. DON'T. BOTHER!!! A total waste of time! This was lacking in so many departments...arghh! It makes me want to pull my hair. NO! Stop! It makes me want to pull the authors hair and do some other unspeakable things to her...(a joke! right?) This snippet of a read ends abruptly at the 85% mark on my kindle, and what follows are previews of other short stories by this author. I bet they are written in the same style and manner and: You know what? I. DON'T. BOTHER!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Mmm, I started reading this book, but stopped half way and read some other stories first before I finished this one. That is enough said for me. With a great story I want to finish it first before I read something else. Nice idea her making the mistake of sending a hot story about her boss to the wrong person her boss. Things get a little more hot between them after that then they were before.

  12. 4 out of 5

    DawnMarie Carpintero

    Cute 4 stars This is a very fast read that does end in a cliffy. The story went by really fast, a good story of girl falls for boss. Sex was quick at the end. Happy Reading

  13. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Devaux

    I only read the first part of this book because it was an iBook. I did not need to read the rest!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Holzapfel

    Alexa accidentally e-mails her erotic romance homework to her boss Jess instead of her friend. She just knows that she is going to be fired, during her review, no less. Jess is always turned on by just a look at Alexa, and he opens the e-mail during her review with all three partners. The tension is thick enough to cut with a knife.Jess is so turned on he is sweating buckets and keeps fumbling with his tie. When he gets her alone, he just has to know if she really feels the way she wrote. He tak Alexa accidentally e-mails her erotic romance homework to her boss Jess instead of her friend. She just knows that she is going to be fired, during her review, no less. Jess is always turned on by just a look at Alexa, and he opens the e-mail during her review with all three partners. The tension is thick enough to cut with a knife.Jess is so turned on he is sweating buckets and keeps fumbling with his tie. When he gets her alone, he just has to know if she really feels the way she wrote. He takes her in the conference room and tells her that have to keep it secret. The next book will let us hopefully get a HEA.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sam Spencer

    This story needs to be reedited The concept was awesome but I personally felt that it could have been developed more. Some of the character descriptions needed to be worked on further because as it stands, I saw characters completely contradicting what was claimed of them. Words seemed either misplaced or completely out of context. The book could use polishing, but the story is good

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jan Carter

    Whirlwind Romance Book 1 An email of sexual nature was accidentally sent to the boss. He was receptive to the idea and did not reprimand or fire her as most workplaces would have. The book is based on that premise, short, dipsy humor and a pleasant read with a chuckle or two or three!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    Bleh Rushed, poorly structured. The characters were very one dimensional, the plot was rushed - more of that insta-love. Why do all these people keep falling in love almost instantly?

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shel Griffin

    This is a cute couple This is the first of a series and by the end you really want to know if they made it. I want to read the second one. It's an office romance and the boss has it bad for one of his subordinates. Well they do make good music together. This is a cute couple This is the first of a series and by the end you really want to know if they made it. I want to read the second one. It's an office romance and the boss has it bad for one of his subordinates. Well they do make good music together.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anne Blyth

    I was listening to the audio of this book but towards the end of book one it ceased to work correctly, jumping from book to book (3 in total), so I had to give up. What I read was reasonabl3 enjoyable.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Isadora Moraes

    3

  21. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Kalthoff

    had trouble getting into the book,

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jane R

    This is a cliffhanger.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    3.5 stars

  24. 4 out of 5

    Shirley

    I thought the premise of the story sounded really interesting but after reading it, I was mostly disappointed. Don't think I even want to continue with book 2 and 3... I thought the premise of the story sounded really interesting but after reading it, I was mostly disappointed. Don't think I even want to continue with book 2 and 3...

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Ross

    2.5 stars it was really rushed and just cheesy

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alina Neacsu

    so much drama

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    Enjoyable This one was a little different. The lead character has to deal with a overbearing sister and the young woman is accidentally flirting with her boss.

  28. 5 out of 5

    dixie m. johnson

    Great book Thanks for a great book it my Interest throughout the whole reading, looking forward to the third book, the author kept me intrigued though the whole book

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ramona Powell

    Good read This caught my attention and kept it till the end. I’ll check out the series to see where this goes.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Simone

    3.5 stars

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