Taking Care of Business
Harlequin Blaze, Nov 1 2010, $4.99
In a Chicago high rise elevator, advertising executive Julie Thompson and “the sexy janitor” take one look at one another and leap into each other’s arms. Both know their behavior is inappropriate, but neither can resist the lure and even bring kinkiness to their trysts.
Her janitor is actually Sam Finn, the undercover multimillionaire who owns the skyscraper and has been fantasizing about sex with Julie after watching her on the security monitors. Although he feels like a voyeur, he cannot stop. Now he has the real thing, which is so much better. However her firm is failing so she will be gone in under a month; Sam will do whatever it takes to keep his Julie handcuffed to him though he fears her reaction to the truth about himself.
Taking Care of Business in the elevator, the board room, the office and elsewhere is a fun funky frolic. The key to what could have been over the top of the Willis Tower is that Kathy Lyons never takes her story line grave yard (or Cubs) serious as the tongue in cheek (and other places) plot is an engaging contemporary erotic romance starring two likable lead characters.