Review: Power by J.D. Hollyfield

Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wildfire Marketing.

The sexual tension was strong with this one! J.D. Hollyfield delivers an intoxicatingly great office romance in Power, her latest standalone. Fable Evans's dreams of becoming a chef seemed to be well on their way, that is, until a co-worker sabotaged all her hard work. Now, the twenty-three-year-old finds herself working as an executive assistant to none other than Theo Monroe, chief executive officer of Monroe Investment Corp. Nearly thirty, he's achieved the kind of success being at the helm of the corporation that those decades older could only wish for. His future is already set, but then the arrival of his new assistant changes everything for him. Fay is a complication he had never planned for, and staying away would be the right thing to do, but resisting her was too impossible.

There was so much more to this book than your basic boss falling for someone who worked for him. There was such depth when it came to both Fay and Theo, and I loved seeing their development as main characters, coming so far by the end of the book. Their back stories were multi-layered, and Theo's in particular was truly complicated and my heart went out to him when the truth of his situation came out. The tension and the romance and everything in between in Power was undeniably on-point for me. Five stars.

Date Read: 19 April 2023

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