Saturday, July 22, 2017

Review – ‘Up in Flames’ by Tory Richards


Rachel Masters has had a crush on her sexy boss for three years. As far as she knows the millionaire architect is oblivious to her, walking past her desk every morning with barely a nod in her direction. But when the power goes out and they're trapped in an elevator, the truth comes out in one steamy episode designed to take Rachel's mind off being claustrophobic.

James White doesn't have a crush on his receptionist. He wants her, its as simple as that. He senses there's a real beauty hidden beneath the granny glasses and professional suites. And he plans to find out how hot she is as soon as the chance presents itself.


Rachel Masters works as a secretary for a high-powered architecture firm and she has a crush on her boss, James White. She’s not his personal secretary—so that’s different from the typical office romance story—but one of many secretaries in the business. When they’re riding on an elevator together, it gets stuck and she has a panic attack. She’s claustrophobic and he helps her through it. Things heat up, on and off the elevator.

This is a quick erotic romance. The sex is sooooo hot, their attraction is believable, but I don’t like loose ends. Rachel and James agreed to get to know one another better and see what happens between them, but how will they act at work? Will their relationship be an office secret or will they be open about it among their colleagues and face possible ridicule?

Besides that loose end, the book needs a light edit to fix a few typos. Nothing major. Other than that, it’s well-written and kept my interest. I’d love to read more stories by this author.

4 Stars

Disclaimer – I downloaded this book free and volunteered to review it. I am not compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.

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