[Review] The Executive's Decision by Bernadette Marie


Regan Keller fell in love with a wealthy and powerful man once. He was her boss. When that turbulent relationship ended, she swore she’d never again date someone she worked with. That was before she literally fell into her new boss’s lap.

Zachary Benson is the head of a successful empire and used to getting what he wants in the boardroom and outside of it – and what he wants is Regan Keller. He’s determined to convince Regan that even though he’s her boss, they can share a life together.

However, when Regan’s past threatens to destroy the architectural firm Zach has invested his entire career in, he has to make an executive decision whether to choose his business or fight for the woman he loves.

This was the first book by this author and i think i'm addicted to it.
You love everyone in it, except the people you're not meant to.
This is a story about over coming your fears in life, due to past bad experiences, experiences that might have destroyed the weak... but not Regan, eventually.
You understand why shes skeptical about her new romance but you want to shout at her for tarnishing everyone with that same brush and allowing her past to dictate and ruin her future.
As for Zach... I love the guy, and you want to hug him for encouragement when things get tough as he tries to get close to Regan. On top of that, i want the guy to win an award for being so understanding when he does finally find out the truth and sticks by her.
As for Alexander Hamilton... he needs shooting... no man alive or fictional should be allowed to breath after treating women like that .... just saying.
The bit that knocked a half bow off for me was the switching and i know it's petty, but my head was in a spin over which character i was reading about...Great start to the series and i can't wait to catch up on my reading list so i can add these.

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