Under His Roof by Jamie Knight
I'm under his roof. So I have to do as he says. I've always had a crush on my rich, handsome boss. So I'm not happy to hear we're all being quarantined. Working at home without him around to stare at sounds awful. I'll miss his tall frame, gorgeous eyes, and ripped body. Not to mention his strict, authoritative tone of voice. But then he asks if I can work at his home office with him. Maybe we'll be putting more than just our heads together. How could I not jump at this opportunity? Even if it has the potential to destroy both of our careers? Besides, now that I'm here, I'm not sure I have any choice. It's his house and his rules. I have to help him with anything he needs, any time he wants. This is the best job I've ever had. As long as I can manage to keep it. Is it just a fling or are we both falling for each other? Can we live and work in this mansion together forever? Under His Roof is a standalone romance with no cheating, no cliffhanger and a very happily ever after. A note from Jamie: Because you're likely under lockdown, you deserve something HOT to help you pass the time while you stay home and stay healthy. I have a new series called Love Under Lockdown that are standalone books with a similar theme of romance during the lockdown. They can be read and understood separately but are best binge-read all at once. I guarantee this book will push all your buttons and hit the right spot. Enjoy!
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