The Last Man on Earth by Tracy Anne Warren
Publication Date: January 7, 2014
Reviewed By: Reading In Pajamas/ Dawn
Rated: 4 Stars
From New York Times bestselling author Tracy Anne Warren comes a sexy and romantic new contemporary series about corporate combat in the boardroom and under-the-covers passion in the bedroom…
Idealistic good girl Madelyn Grayson believes in doing what’s right. Even as a high-powered executive in the mad world of advertising, she doesn’t cut corners, making her ad campaigns sizzle without having to burn anyone along the way.
Rival exec Zack Douglas never wastes an opportunity to land the next big deal—especially when it benefits him. A bad boy with a reputation to match, he has no qualms about doing whatever it takes to get ahead, no matter who gets in the way.
When a hot promotion pops up at their company, both Zack and Madelyn wind up on the short list for the position. But as the two square off, they discover that being heated rivals in the office makes for scorching bed play behind closed doors. Will Madelyn’s steamy, secret affair with Mr. Vice make her compromise her ideals—or worse, lose her heart?
FIRST IN A NEW SERIES!
Right from the first page I was hooked and I couldn’t put this book down. Zack was a playboy and Madelyn hated everything about him. Everything about him except for the way he looked. Just looking at him took her breath away. He was handsome and he knew it. Zach and Madelyn couldn’t have been more opposite. A chance meeting led to burning up the sheets in what was suppose to be a one time encounter. They both knew one time would never be enough. They had to keep their affair quiet because they worked together and did not want to lose their jobs. They decided it would be a weekend thing and stay business as usual during the week. On weekends the sex was hot and it was amusing to watch as they continued to work together during the week. It wasn’t long before weekends weren’t enough. Madelyn fell in love with Zack. Zack swore he’d never fall in love again. I couldn’t wait to see if they would be able to work it out before it was too late. My only complaint is that I would have liked a more detailed ending. Other than that I loved the story and look forward to reading more books from Tracy Anne Warren.
*ARC provided by Berkley/NAL in exchange for an honest review.