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The Boss' Son Got the Job

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Mike Peters, the best house-painter in the company, is angry, and for good reason: the supervisor job that was promised to him years ago was just given to the boss' son. 22-year-old Grey doesn't know anything about painting, and all he has is a fancy management degree. Mike makes it his mission to get Grey in trouble until he pushes the wrong button and Grey figures out a ...more
Kindle Edition, 23 pages
Published 2013
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Sep 19, 2014 Sam rated it really liked it
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A quick humorous, hot read. I enjoyed this one quite a bit.
For how short it was, the characters were really well developed. The setting was great and the atmosphere had a good build up. The characters relationship built up nicely and the end results was hot.
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E. Davies was proficient in real estate ad shorthand (the old-fashioned newspaper kind) by the age of nine. Growing up moving constantly taught him what people have in common, the ways relationships are formed, and the dangers of “miscellaneous” boxes.

As a teen, he tore through a stack of found romance novels, wishing someone had written similar for M/M, though he could never find anything at Chap
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