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The Allure of Julian Lefray – R.S. Grey

Reviews by Yael Waknin

Synopsis

From: JosephineKeller@LLDesigns.com

To: LilyNBlack@gmail.com

Subject: Justin Timberlake Nudes!

Lily, you predictable perv. I knew you’d open this email faster if I tempted you with a glimpse of JT’s “PP”. Well, put your pants back on and grab some bubbly because I have much better news to share.

I GOT A JOB!

As of tomorrow, I’ll be the new executive assistant at Lorena Lefray Designs. I am SO excited, but there’s one itty bitty problem: I won’t be Lorena’s assistant. I’ll be working for her older brother, Julian.

I know what you’re thinking- “But Jo, what’s the problem?”

Google him. Now. He’s the man in the fitted navy suit whose face reminds you that there’s hope yet for this cruel, ugly world. Keep scrolling…Do you see those dimples? Yup. That’s the Julian Lefray I will be reporting to tomorrow morning.

Lord, help us all…

XO,

Jo

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My review

Julian wasn’t the grumpy boss I am used to from the trope. Not at all cold-hearted – the opposite. He was charming! He was sensitive, funny, honest, and of course, sexy. 😊

Josephine was even more ethical than Julian (sometimes).

She’s a fashion blogger who really wants to succeed in the big city, and she was focused on her goal. She was alone in New York, and she still kicked ass!

Their story was simply beautiful. Their connection from the beginning was on a good path. They were honest, friendly, caring, and attracted to each other from the start.

The story is good.

Nothing in this book was patterned and ordinary. Not their workplace. Not the way they connected.

The book is well written with amusing dialogues. It is romantic and not full of too many sexy scenes but still sexy and alluring.

This book is among the best of the author in my opinion- it was just a pleasure, and I read it twice and listened to the audiobook of course.

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