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To My Arrogant Boss

The Inappropriate Bachelors, Book 2
Series: The Inappropriate Bachelors, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 52 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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The second audiobook in the Inappropriate bachelors series.

"To Mr. Tate Howard,

You are quite possibly the most infuriating, annoying and grumpy man I’ve ever met in my life. I know you think that you’re God’s gift to women, but I have a secret to let you in on: you’re not. You’re God’s gift to yourself. Get over your wanna-be cool surfer self and grow up. I thought it was time that someone addressed your big head and told you straight to your face that you're not all that. Just because you have an Ivy league education doesn’t mean you’re the smartest man in the world. In fact, I’m not even sure if you would have gotten in if you didn’t have rich parents. Yes, I went there. Every woman doesn’t want to sleep with you and I’m sure you’re not even good in bed. And I’m someone that would know.

From,

Your Secret Not Admirer"

©2020 J. S. Cooper (P)2020 J. S. Cooper

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  • Courtney Baumgartner
  • 18-08-2020

All That and a Bag of Chips!

That is how Tate Howard would describe himself to woman. I was given this book as a gift and to review. Its the second book in the series. Tate and Jane cannot deny the chemistry between since day one of Jane's first day. Jane knows Tate is a big time player and Tate gladly admits or rather not do much a "player" as "God's gift to woman"! Jane tries to anonymously put Tate in his place but yet that little plan backfires a little on Jane. This book has me rollingy eyes, laughing out loud, having the awe moments and even catchimg myself smiling ! Tate does come to senses and realize what a prize Jane is and not just another ordinary notch on the bed post he had her figured for. Ms. Cooper made the feels come out again with her story yelling and pulled emotions out that you would never think to have just by reading!

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  • P1965
  • 12-08-2020

Not my cup of tea...

I purchased this story because I love to read/listen to romance stories and office romance are usually my first pick. Also, i have taken the time to read the summary and review before making a purchase.That said, after one hour of listening to this story, i felt more like sexual harassment than a romance. The hour i've listened, all the hero did was harassing her about having sex and other dirty things to her. This would be fine if they have form some kind of boss/worker relationship. For him to be her boss, first meeting was just too much. The heroine made me cringed every time she allow the hero to speak to her in disrespectful manner. This story was truly a let down, and disrespectful to female gender. I've listened to other stories from this author and loved most of them. All i can say is, shame on the author!

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  • emilyk52281
  • 29-09-2020

I enjoyed Tate and Jane's story.

"To My Arrogant Boss" (The Inappropriate Bachelors Book 2) by J.S. Cooper is a great book. I enjoyed Tate and Jane's story. This is a great addition to the series. This story has romance, passion, humor, billionaires, close friends, entertaining characters, and more. I can't wait to see what happens next in this series. Recommend to all fans of romance, billionaires, and series.

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  • Lyss
  • 28-08-2020

Enemies to Lovers and Office Romance

I love the classic enemies to lovers romances and the fact that it's an office romance too; It checks all the boxes for me. This book is funny, witty, sexy, feisty, and full of pent up sexual tension. I'm not sure a book has had me laughing out loud as much as this one did. The outlandish comments that seem to just pop out of these characters' mouths are both hilarious and jaw-dropping. This book will have you both laughing and blushing and sometimes at the same time! I highly recommend reading this week along with any of the others by J.S. Cooper; you will not be disappointed.

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  • Lisa G B
  • 26-08-2020

Fun loving romance

This is a great story, lots of laughing and some surprises too. Standalone with no cliffhangers. I love that they are opposites, the banter was great. There are serious parts that really work well for this couple. Christian and Laurie did a great job.

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  • KMV
  • 13-08-2020

A Great Story!

This is the second book in the Inappropriate Bachelors series and it did not disappoint. I loved Jane and Tate’s story. The narrators Laurie West and Christian Black really brought the character’s to life. I loved angst and banter between Jane and Tate. It’s a great entertaining story that had me laughing throughout. I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this audio book.

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  • 💤💋Sleep_Reader💋💤
  • 12-08-2020

Fan-Freaking-tastic 💕

The writing will draw you in after only a few pages and have you finishing the book in one sitting. There is the perfect amount of angst and romance and grit to keep you hooked. I loved how their relationship unfolded so we could see these amazing characters grow in ways you never expected. I would suggest picking up a copy asap, you will not be disappointed. The narration was utter perfection, it really brought the book to life in a thrilling and passionate way. This review has been voluntarily submitted for your consideration.

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  • Rochelle
  • 11-08-2020

Fun listen

Loved this story. This book had me laughing, sighing and swooning. Loved Jane and Tate. We got to meet them in To the Rude Guy in Apartment 5 and I have been waiting for their story since then. They were so good together. The chemistry and attraction between them was so hot and intense. Jane started writing notes to Tate because she thought he needed to be knocked down a peg or two. Tate was puzzled at first who was sending the notes. He thought it could be Jane but he wasn’t so sure. Once he figured it out, he was happy it as her. It was so much fun watching the bantering between them and when they finally get together, it was so awesome to watch. The narrators really brought Jane and Tate to life. If you are looking for a way to escape from the real world for just a little, then pop this story in your ears, you won’t regret it. A must listen.

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  • B. Roscoe
  • 09-08-2020

Hilarious Banter And Enemies To Lovers Tension!

Hilarious Banter And Enemies To Lovers Tension! Tate And Jane's Kinky Love Story Sizzles. This is the second book in The Inappropriate Bachelors series, which so far revolves around a group of five women who are hired at a new tech start-up in San Francisco and become fast friends. Note that soon there will be eight women, and apparently there will be a ninth as well. The first book, To The Rude Guy in Apartment Five, is Magnolia's story about her rude new neighbor, Jagger. This book is about Jane. To My Arrogant Boss is her story about her socially awkward and incredibly obnoxious boss Tate. The third will be about Jane's brother from L.A., Marco. His and Millie's story is titled To My First and Last One Night Stand. Tate Howard, thirty, thought he and Jagger Scott were kindred spirits. They met in college, the Ivy Leagues, and worked together on Wall Street, both becoming immensely wealthy in a few years' time. When Tate followed his dream and decided to open an app and website, Jagger agreed to be his silent investor and followed him to San Francisco. It was a lot of work to start a business, so Tate looked forward to Friday nights out with Jagger, which always started with alcohol and good times and ended with an anonymous hookup. But Jagger had forced Tate to hire his long lost first love Magnolia, and now the couple is living together and engaged. Jagger has practically disappeared, which isn't good for Tate. Tate hasn't been with a woman in two months. And worse, the beautiful Latina he mistook as a stripper four months ago, on his first day in the office, and who has turned out to be his best employee, has a way of getting under his skin like no other. He can't seem to stop his dirty flirty mouth around her even though it could result in a sexual harassment lawsuit. She is smart, fiery, and not at all intimidated by him no matter how hard he pushes, and it drives him wild. But she is also young and works for him. His attraction to her is so wrong and problematic on many levels, and more so since he doesn't do relationships. Jane Garcia, twenty-four, was thrilled to start her first real marketing job, even if it meant leaving her small but tight-knit family behind in L.A. Her conservative Mexican Catholic upbringing left her with few complaints, but getting out from under her overprotective family is a good thing at her age. Jane's new job proves to be exciting and confusing at first. Cool Credit, later renamed the 800 Club at Jane's suggestion, is a tiny company that has just launched an app dealing with consumer credit, collection agencies, and personal finance. Jane immediately bonds with four women from work - Magnolia, Millie, Olivia, and Birdie - forming a circle of friends who encourage and support one another. When she shares that she has begun sending anonymous notes to her infuriatingly arrogant and cocky boss, her new friends lend their ears and offer their support. Tate Howard, who believes he is God's gift to women, needs to be taken down a notch. Jane intends to be the one to do it. Filled with hilarious banter and enemies to lovers tension, Tate and Jane's kinky love story is light and playful (and incredibly steamy) for most of the book. However, underneath the surface sits a sad history that ended with years of pain for Tate. Behind the cocky Adonis's exterior lies a childhood hurt that holds him back emotionally. Jane is attracted to Tate in spite of his immature and obnoxious behavior. Or perhaps it is because of it that she can't get him out of her system, though his insensitive words and actions would drive most away. Her strength and steadfastness make her a perfect match to tame Tate's impulsive behavior and be a salve for his conscience. In the end, Jagger becomes a new man and the couple finds happiness. It ends somewhat abruptly, but book three appears to pick up almost immediately afterward. The use of political stereotypes as portrayed in the media may make some on both sides of the isle uncomfortable, as in reality most people don't fall into extremes but are somewhere in between and for reasons other than simple bigotry. With patience, some light is shed on deeper underlying reasons that sadly personalize and give context to certain viewpoints. While I loved most of this book, this small part isn't my favorite. In the end, though, it appears that this is used in part to expand the series. Tate and Jane's spicy enemies to lovers story a delightful read. It is nicely written. The plot is somewhat complex, with layers and revelations that maintain interest. The characters are colorful. Tate is fantastic in his absurdity and Jane's intelligence and strength reflect her good upbringing. Her brother Marco's story promises to be just as interesting in book three of the series. The story is written in first person. The POV alternates between Tate and Jane. I rate this book four stars. As for the Audio: it is very well-performed! I received a free advance copy of this book and audiobook and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • kazza
  • 08-08-2020

Absolutely fantastic book.

I found the narrators Laurie West and Christian Black really brought the two main characters Tate and Jane alive . Tate was Jane’s boss and Jane started to leave notes in his gym bag were he would find them a leave an answering note for her to find. That is all I can say about the plot without giving it away. This is definitely a sweet funny sexy book that had me laughing with the way they reacted to each other. If you are looking for a book to listen to that leaves you filling great than I highly recommend this one. I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this audio book.

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  • Bookstagram3172
  • 29-08-2020

First audiobook for me.

I was contacted by the author who gave me this audiobook free in return for an honest review. I have never listened to an audiobook before so I chose this one as I had already read the book. I listen to it everyday while walking my dog and I have to say it does make the time go quicker although I’m sure I get funny looks from people when I start to giggle. Once I was used to listening to the narrators, I really enjoyed it. The storyline is easy to get into and the characters are well developed. I enjoyed the banter and inappropriateness of Nate to Jane, although she was able to give back an equal amount of sass. There are some hot scenes in the book too, which were narrated so well. I loved that JS Cooper chose such good voices for Jane and Tate. I would recommend this audiobook to people who love a good laugh with a good plot line. This definitely won’t be my last audiobook, I am glad I took the plunge and listened.

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  • Dolores
  • 21-08-2020

BOSS & EMPLOYEE 💞

I recieved this book for Free to Give My True & Honest Review though had to buy it on Audio as well, especially as I had done so for My First And Last One Night Stand book 3 prior to reading This one & Book 3 Neighbour. I adore the narration by Christian Black & Laurie West. What a first introduction that Tate Howard the Co Owner of his & Jagger's new financial business 800 club whose story was first seen in Book 1. But what a first meeting & impression Jane García has with Tate & it's NOT even for that first episode it seems to go on through their employment relationship, where most people Would've left &/put a complaint of sexual harassment though I feel like she actually enjoyed his verbal attention, ESPECIALLY after she starts secretly putting in secret notes into his bag & he returns the 'pleasure'. And we see that he starts to quietly opens up to her & they become closer, but heck turn around 30 in a space of minutes when he finds out 100% that Jane is the Mystery Writer. Great Love Story 💞💞

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  • M.Dipple
  • 04-08-2020

love notes

this is the first book I have listened to by this author and I truly enjoyed it. I loved their hate/love relationship the back and forth in their self banter. the narrators really made the book come alive and seemed to suit the style of the book.