BOSS: The Wolf
Boss Rule #1: Never sleep with your employee.
Apparently, rules aren’t my thing.
Because the moment I wake up naked next to my hot-as-hell new employee,
I want to go for round two.
I’m not exactly Prince Charming. Some call me The Wolf.
I don’t do love, and I sure as hell don’t do forever.
But one look at her, and I become a one-woman man.
She has a British accent and a car that won’t start.
I give her a jump—sure I’ll never see her again.
Then she shows up at my company to interview for a new position.
What are the odds?
So I hire the beautiful woman from the UK.
The guys are circling her like vultures.
But she’s my prey.
In six months, her visa will expire, and she’ll be back overseas.
What can a little down-and-dirty fun hurt?
But one kiss turns into two, then three, then more.
Suddenly, I’m defenseless against her charms.
But the second I start to picture a future,
Vanishes—without warning or explanation.
She’s left back to the UK…
I know I need her back.
And I only have one chance to make things right.
A stand-alone romance for fans of Alpha boss plots, with off-the-charts sexual tension. Steely eyes, a sinful smile, and a ripped body under a sharp suit by day—a tight T-shirt and jeans roaring the streets by night. Enter the world of Joel Embry—if you dare.
Steam Level: 🔥🔥🔥 = multiple explicit scenes,
Full-length novel, 200 pages, no cliffhanger
BOSS: The Wolf is a story close to my heart (don’t tell my husband, but I’m in love with the main character). Get it now!
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P.S.: Boss: The Wolf isn’t part of a series (not officially), but you’ll see old friends and familiar faces from the Oh Billionaires! series and the Outlaw series. This is a perfect way to glimpse a preview of what’s to come.