Saturday, June 29, 2013

Review: Jillian's Job by Fran Lee

Jillian's Job
by: Fran Lee
$4.45 ebook
Ellora's Cave
Contemporary Erotica
Released: November 2009

Sure, the pay and benefits are amazing, but Jill's sick and tired of her hotter than sin boss walking all over her.  His latest demand--fly to Aspen the day before her birthday party to rescue him from his latest supermodel slash gold digger.  Determined to quit this time and not just talk about it, she decks herself out to play the jealous fiancĂ©e, using the company card, of course.  But too many glasses of champagne take their toll, and she finds herself waking up with the mother of all hangovers.  What's worse, not only is she naked, but so is the man in bed with her.  When she realizes it's her boss, she's both mortified and secretly thrilled since he's been the object of her fantasies for the last seven years.  But when Mike grins and shows her the marriage certificate she doesn't remember signing the night before, she has no idea what to do next.

Mike's personal assistant has effortlessly managed his life and career for the past seven years, but hasn't given one sign of personal interest in him.  So when he sees her walk into his party dressed to the nines, he knows he'll stop at nothing to make her see how much she means to him, and how good they can be together.


This was a fun story about a woman fed up with her boss, who doesn't seem to realize she exists unless she makes a mistake.  The chemistry between the two characters was great, and I loved seeing Jill waffle between hating Mike's guts and wanting to molest him.  On the other hand, seeing how much Mike wants Jill and how far he's willing to go to make that happen makes me sigh and wish some multi millionaire would come and whisk me off my feet. 

Carla gives this book a


  1. Great review for a great book. I loved it too.

    1. From an awesome author like you, Cris, this is a fabulous comment! Thanks!

  2. Thanks so much for the marvelous review! It's wonderful to know that people love my books!

  3. Oh yum. Sounds like an exciting read :) Hadn't seen it before so thanks for the heads up!

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  4. I read this story in one sitting - I couldn't put it down! Fran is a master of creating characters who resonate long after one is finished reading.