Review: Filthy Boss by Penny Wylder

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Review: Filthy Boss by Penny Wylder DNF
Filthy Boss by Penny Wylder
Published by Self-Published on July 30th 2016
Genres: BDSM, Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Pages: 91
Format: eBook
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Get ready to leave your panties at the door.
The first thing Alyssa—my brand new secretary—said to me was that we needed to keep things...
Professional.
She acted like I was some wild animal. Like I might grope her in our first investor meeting. It infuriated me—not because she was wrong, no. She was right about me. I was definitely an animal.
It just pissed me off that she thought she could tell me what to do.
I was the boss.
Not her.
But fine. I tried to stop thinking about her long hair, her decadent curves, her intoxicating scent.
And I could have stopped fantasizing about her.
Until I found her fantasies.
Alyssa has been writing about how much she wants a man to control her. A man who can make her kneel, beg, sweat and moan.
A man like me.
My secretary has a secret—one I'm ready to use against her.
I'm about to see how professional she really wants to be.

This is a standalone novella with a HEA!
Penny Wylder writes just that-- wild romances. Happily Ever Afters are always better when they're a little dirty, so if you're looking for a page turner that will make you feel naughty in all the right places, jump right in and leave your panties at the door!

So. Filthy Boss.

Filthy Boss was infuriating.

The author of Filthy Boss substituted underlines for italics. I don’t own a physical Kindle, I use the Kindle App on my iPhone. This means that I’m reading all of my KU books on my phone…

…and I run into this.

Every word that looks like it would be italicized has been underlined. When the heroine’s fantasy was on page, it was underlined. That equated to 5 or more pages of underlined words. Underlined words that made my eyes cross. Underlined pages that I did NOT read.

filthy boss underline

Someone suggested that the underlines may have been for the editor to convert into italics. I don’t care. If it was, that means that NOBODY even bothered to flip through this file before uploading to Amazon (though I still think nobody beta read/edited this book). Fuck this book, you only get one pair of eyes in life and this damn book isn’t worth mine.

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