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Review: Maybe Later by Claudia Burgoa

Release: March 7, 2019
Genre: Contemporary Romance - office
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat: Descriptive
Type: Standalone
Format: eARC provided by Give Me Books PR

Billionaire Jackson Spearman is impatient, demanding, and private.

He’s practically a recluse.

When his assistant goes on maternity leave, Amy Walker virtual assistant extraordinaire arrives to save the day.

Or does she?

Amy is inquisitive and far too optimistic.
She isn’t impressed with Jackson at all.

Is she even real?

They can’t stand each other.
Unfortunately, they can’t seem to resist each other, either.
Soon, their work relationship starts to feel like something more…

Even when Amy meets her dream man, she can’t seem to stop thinking about her annoying online boss.

And the woman who ’s never fallen in love before, finds herself falling for two men.
Both of them have everything she’s ever wanted.
But she has to choose one.

Can Jackson convince her that he can be everything that she needs?

Or will her past come back to haunt them and ruin her chance at love?

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My Review

★★★★☆

I'm in love with love stories that explore other tropes. Falling in heavy like via email or text messaging sounds like something I could really get behind. Maybe it's because it can go either way... the people behind the screens could be completely truthful... or be hiding so much more than just their appearances. In this book, Jackson and Amy were those people.

Jackson was a successful and reclusive CEO. He didn't do well with people. He trusted very few and newbies didn't stand a chance. So when his assistant goes on mat leave, she hires him a virtual assistant. Someone who could handle all of his professional needs. Someone who could anticipate what he needed and even what he didn't know he did. However, he finds her extremely unprofessional. She gets too personal, when he doesn't like to share. She judges him for his behavior and choices and she ends each email with an inspirational quote. Who does she think she is?

I found Jackson and Amy to be more alike than I at first believed. They were both hiding. They both found it difficult to let someone else in. They were both infinitely curious about the other. Their eventual relationship was everything that I could have hoped for and the author ended up giving me something sweet to love. I wanted to hug these characters and softly encourage them to come out of their shells. I was thrilled with how good-hearted they were and what they each brought to the table. Neither one of them was weak despite their vulnerabilities and their sensitivity only made me love them more.

If you're a fan of romance for romance's sake, you'll fall in love with these characters and their story too!

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