Author: Kerri Carpenter
Published: October 27th 2014
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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A satisfying category romance from Entangled's Lovestruck imprint…
The sexiest things happen in confined spaces…
Under normal circumstances, Whitney March might have appreciated sharing an elevator with a ridiculously attractive and clearly wealthy guy. Even enjoyed it. But when her companion turns out to be the man who almost ran her over in parking garage moments earlier? Nope and nope. Besides, she's on her way to a job interview at a prestigious law firm, and she needs to stay focused. Not staring at the rich and sexy jerk. Then the elevator comes to an abrupt stop. They're stuck.
Jordan Campbell has every intention of acing the interview for his dream job, and he's not about to let anything stop him. Not even the sexy, capable, and fiery woman who turns out to be his main competitor he's trapped with. The only thing they have in common is determination to get the job...and an escalating attraction. And it's only a matter of time before these competitors indulge in a very sexy little connection between floors.
A whole book where the two main characters are trapped in an elevator where the tension is high? (And I don't mean just the fact that they're competing for the same job. No, I'm talking about the sexual tension...) The answer? Yes, please and thank you very much.
When Whitney and Jordan find themselves trapped in an elevator together, it could be the absolute worst thing that could happen. Despite the very annoyed beginnings, they start to talk and surprisingly begin understanding each other. Even though they should be disliking the other person (considering the circumstances) they find themselves drawn in--and to--each other. It wouldn't mean anything if they kissed, right? Because, they must kiss!
Flirting with the Competition was an absolutely enjoyable ride. I liked to see Whitney and Jordan grow in that short period of time. And then right after, when Jordan has his epiphany, it was just brilliant. You can't find better stories than ones like these by Kerri Carpenter!