Sharon’s review Obeying the Owner by Jacob Chance

Posted May 10, 2024 by Sharon in Mainstream, Reviews, Sharon/Slick / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from Kindle Unlimited in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Sharon’s review Obeying the Owner by Jacob Chanceby Jacob Chance
on April 23, 2024
Genres: Age-Gap Romance, Contemporary, Forbidden Romance, Workplace
Pages: 206
Format: eBook, Paperback
Source: Kindle Unlimited
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4 Stars

When my dad retires, I take over as the new owner of the Charleston Coyotes hockey team.

As a businessman and father of a teenage daughter, I’m prepared for the challenges of the game, but Maeve, the stunning blonde I meet on a dating app—not so much.

Despite the large age gap, the connection between us is electric, and our one-night hookup quickly spirals into something deeper.

But life checks me harder than a hockey player when I discover Maeve is the executive assistant my dad raved about—which means she now works for me.

Obeying the Owner is a good ending to what has been an enjoyable series. ~ Sharon – Simply Love Books

 

I’m always a fan of a hook-up or one night stand trope comes back to bite the couple on the a$$, and boy does that happen big time in Obeying The Owner. Maeve (sister of Niall from Evading the Enforcer) decides to try a dating/hook-up app after her last date stood her up and matches with James, they have three sexy and satisfying nights both wanting more until Maeve walks into her new boss’s office to find Jack, whose real name is Trey (Jack being a middle name) and they both realize that there will be no more sexy times together. With Trey being early 40’s and Maeve being 25 you’d think he’d be the one with more control, but he can’t seem to stop kissing her, reaching out to her, and even getting her to accompany him on an evening out with his 13 year old daughter. I actually loved watching them try to resist one another and not being too successful and while I’m not usually a fan of this large of an age-gap in a romance I felt Maeve was an old soul and Trey’s daughter kept him young. I really appreciated there wasn’t a lot of angst and these two communicated well. A good ending to what has been an enjoyable series, and judging by a phone call (in the book) I see a football series coming up soon!

4 Stars

Posted May 10, 2024 by Sharon in Mainstream, Reviews, Sharon/Slick / 0 Comments