Natalie Martinelli absolutely loves her job at the Gazette… so go figure, that on one of the most important days at her job, she would she get stuck in an elevator… with the sexiest man she has ever seen in real life. One innocent make out session later, and Natalie realizes she has made a huge mistake….
Justin Rockford’s family is well known for buying up struggling businesses and selling them off piece by piece, and the acquisition of the Gazette is going to be no different… or is it? After meeting the staff who feels more like a family than his own does, Justin decides to work his hardest to save the paper… even if he can’t save everyone’s job in the process…
What’s Your Sign? was a fun and flirty workplace romance that was a delightful read from beginning to end. Natalie and Justin may come from two very different worlds, but these two adorable singles are about to find a love destined in the stars… or something like that…
With her job and the future of her beloved newspaper at risk, Natalie is ready to do anything to keep her new boss happy…. including faking the recently abandoned daily horoscope segment that everyone knows and loves. But when her innocent subterfuge becomes a surprising tool in the fight for the newspaper, Natalie must face her growing connection to Justin and the teeny tiny secret she has been keeping from him…
Justin hates being under his fathers thumb and he wants a chance to find a way to make the Gazette solvent again, and retain as many employees in the process. And even though Natalie should be the first to go, he just can’t seem to make her departure final… but that doesn’t stop him from making her employment extremely uncomfortable in hopes that she will leave on her own… so her presence can stop torturing him in the process.
This story was sweet and sexy as well as incredibly funny, which made for such an enjoyable read! Natalie was an strong and genuinely likable character. I loved how she was wholly unimpressed with the Rockford money and reach and while she was always attracted to Justin, it wasn’t until she saw his true personality that she fell for him. And Justin! He starts out with a total jerk persona (still drool worthy though), but he ended up being such a sweet, thoughtful, down to earth and admirable man.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.
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