The Executive Floor – Belinda Wright


Synopsis ::
Chantelle Moulier needs a permanent contract. Her internship is almost finished and a job at the renowned Granger Finance would be a great start to her career. She wouldn’t have to go home to her aunt and uncle’s vineyard in France; she could stay in England and get a place of her own. Everything is riding on her landing the job.

But one night she finds herself the only one left in the office when managing director Granger Carmont needs analytical support. Chantelle doesn’t know what to do. The last thing she needs is to be alone with a womanising player like Granger Carmont. She wants a job in his company, but not that badly. Then he makes her an offer that seems too good to be true and Chantelle is faced with a difficult decision…

My Review :: Contains NO Spoilers

2.5 stars

This book.. I, I just don’t even know where to start. Some parts were SO unnecessary, and yet other parts felt like they lasted forever. All within less then 200 pages. I wanted to know more about Granger, but you know literally nothing other then he’s afraid of commitment until pretty much the last chapter. I wanted to know more about Chantelle, but all she could talk about was that she French. Life example of this book.. My names kelsy and I really like cheeseburgers, because well.. because I’m American, duh. One, I don’t eat cheeseburgers. Two, I’m sorry but.. stfu. The only dialogue between characters that felt like it wasn’t melting my brain away, was between Granger and his dog.. The character build, was well.. nonexistent. I wish it was longer, and yet it couldn’t have been over quick enough. The potential was there, but it was not reached. Also, why TF would you put the creeeeeepy AF flat mate in the book, it did nothing besides instigate what.. a push? Too many important things were left unnoticed, unexplained, and unanswered, and too much time was spent trying to add more context.

Book Details ::

Published on :: January 25th, 2019
Publishing Company :: Troubador Publishing
Pages :: 178
Series or Standalone :: Standalone

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