Cover Artist: Unknown
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 10/31/2014
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Drama, Lesbian, Lesbian Romance, Romance
Falling stars are supposed to be a lucky sign, but not for Austen. Her new job as a secretary in an international games company isn’t off to a good start. Her first assignment—decorating the Christmas tree in the lobby—results in a trip to the ER after Dee, the company’s second-in-command, gets hit by the star-shaped tree topper.
Dee blames her instant attraction to Austen on her head wound, not the magic of the falling star. She’s determined not to act on it, especially since Austen has no idea that Dee is practically her boss.
A Beautiful Bit of Perfection by Jae
Austen gets a new job at Kudo’s Entertainment. On her first day she volunteers to decorate the Corporate Christmas Tree. The theme is Wishes… Everyone is to write their wish on a star and hang it on the tree. At the end of the day she see’s another woman messing with her tree lights. The mystery woman manages to dislodges the crystal star on the top of the tree to which lands on the top of her head and shatters, cutting her. Austen being the bossy yet sweet lady she is gets the reluctant Dee to the hospital emergency room despite Dee’s arguments. Only later does Austen find out the Dee is actually THE Daniel Saunders, AKA Atilla the Hun, and sister to her new boss and also is her bosses Boss. Dee is intrigued by this woman who won’t take No for an answer and doesn’t let on to who she really is. When Austen finds out, will she forgive Dee? Can they become friends? Will Dee learn there is more to life than a toxic family and work?
This book was so much fun! A true romance with all the angst you could want. Because the author is Jae you know its going to have a great plot line that moves at a good rate and all the mushy awes and sexy goodness any fan could want.
Dee and Austen come from such different backgrounds that Austen just can’t believe Dee’s family situation until she sees it for herself. Both of them try so hard to behave in an ethical manner following rules that seem to be made for Dee alone. It is absolutely heartbreaking. She truly deserves someone like Austen who wholeheartedly and generously helps heal Dee. Austen gives her unwavering support and only once thought of Dee as Attila. They are so perfect together and extremely easy to care about and sympathize with. I loved how these beautiful women become brave and always put each other first. Thank you Jae.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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