Bossman by Vi Keeland review

That’s not being afraid. Being afraid is when you let fear control your life, let it stop you from doing what you want. When you’re afraid, but you look your fear in the eye and live, that’s courageous.

Vi Keeland does it again. This one is a really fun and entertaining book. The book starts right off the bat with the hero and heroine meeting each other – and their fake childhood together was so ridiculous it won’t make you stop reading.

The first part of the book was full of the ‘chase’. And Chase Parker does not let his name down. Though Reese didn’t make it easy for him which made the book more enjoyable.

I really loved it, and the characters were pretty easy to love. My one problem with is may be the epilogue only. I loved the proposal and everything, but I felt robbed of the rest of the story – to have ended it like that.

Bossman is a very well-written, amusing book about fear, friendship, love, and moving on. If you want a sexy, hot, pleasing and romantic read – try this book.

Don’t focus on the what ifs. Focus on what is.


4bossy stars

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