Book Review - Unbuttoning The CEO By Mia Sosa

WHO SAYS YOU CAN'T MIX BUSINESS WITH PLEASURE?As the CEO of a large tech company and a semi-reformed bad boy, Ethan Hill is used to calling the shots. But when he's sentenced to work two hundred hours of community service-for reckless driving, of all things-this chief executive needs to keep his real identity under wraps. Which gets increasingly difficult when he can't stop thinking about his sexy new (temporary) boss. 

The moment Graciela Ramirez meets Ethan, she's tempted to throw all professionalism out the window. She can't afford to get emotionally involved, but after a steamy session behind office doors, a no-strings-attached fling might be exactly what they need. He'll protect his secret. She'll protect her heart. What could possibly go wrong?


In Unbuttoning  The  CEO  we follow  Ethan Hill  and Graciela Ramirez (Who is also  know  as  Gracie ).Due to  some  reckless driving Ethan find him self  doing  community  service .  and  Graciela just happens to the director of LTN (Learn to Net) branch he will be doing his community service at and that is really were the story  takes off.

Ethan  and Gracie were such  fun  to  read about . Both  of them are wonderful characters   it made me kinda  sad when my  time with  them ended lol . watching there No  strings  attached  fling  play it  self  out  had me turning  from page  to  page  you  could  see that these two  were perfect  for each other, they  just could not see it yet lol . by the time I got to the end  of this book I was rooting for these  too  so hard to  work  out  there differences and be together forever and ever and ever lol.

Everything from the setting ,the characters , the drama ,the steamy , swoon worthy and emotional moments  came together to  make this one  wonderful book ! 

Unbuttoning the  CEO  was  so good   it  was romantic , funny,  and  sexy  and if you love all of these  things in your books I suggest you pick up  a copy 

4.5/5 Stars

​“We have a dinner reservation at eight. I figure we could go bowling before then. It’s a family favorite. I used to play a lot when I was a kid. Are you game?”
Gracie loved the idea, but she downplayed her excitement. Maybe this date wouldn’t be as terrifying as she’d imagined. “Sounds like fun. You’ll have to be patient with me, though. I haven’t played in a long time.”
He pushed off the wall and sidled up to her. “I was hoping you’d say that.” Then he took her jacket from her hands and stood behind her. As she slipped her arms through the jacket’s sleeves, he caged her in his arms. His warm breath drifted near her ear and she jumped. “Are you nervous?”
“What gave it away? The sweat on my upper lip?”
“Yes,” he said.
She whipped around and stared him down.
He took a step back with his hands in the air. “I’m kidding.” Then he grabbed the ends of the scarf she’d just draped around her neck and tugged her flush against him. “Why don’t we get the kiss out of the way? From there, everything should go smoothly.”
Oh, yes, please. She reached into his jacket and threaded her hands together at his waist. “I should say no just to spite you.”
“Ah, Gracie, but you’d only be punishing yourself.”
She couldn’t help but to grin at his conceit. “Wow. Someone’s cocky this evening.”
“Hold that thought for a couple of hours. Trust me. It’ll come in handy later.”
She lifted her chin. “Are you stalling?”
He didn’t answer. Instead, his mouth swept over hers as his hands rubbed her back. Gracie opened her mouth and welcomed him inside. His lips danced across hers like silk, and then he followed his careful ministrations with a gentle tug of her bottom lip. Gracie was startled by the attention Nic paid to her mouth. The kiss was not a means to an end. It was the end itself. And Gracie enjoyed every minute of it.
Pressed against him, Gracie knew Nic was as affected by the kiss as she was. She reached between them, seeking his hard length. Once again, though, he stopped her. “Bowling,” he said in a rough voice. “We’re going bowling. And we need sustenance. Then you’ll see how cocky I can be.”

Gracie laughed and pushed him away. He seemed to know exactly what to say to ease her jitters. “If you don’t stop talking yourself up, I’m going to start to think you’re all hype. Let’s go.”

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Mia Sosa is an award-winning writer and 2015 Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® Finalist. She writes contemporary romances that are funny, flirty, and a little dirty. She once dreamed of being a professional singer, but practical considerations (read: the need to generate income) led her to take the law school admissions test instead.

Mia practiced First Amendment and media law in the nation's capital for ten years before returning to her creative roots. Now, she spends most of her days writing love stories about smart women and the complicated men who love them. Okay, let's be real here: She wears PJs all day and watches more reality television than a network television censor--all in the name of research, of course. Mia lives in Maryland with her husband and two daughters and will forever be on the hunt for the perfect karaoke bar.

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  1. I love how you're finally getting around to reading all the books I've been telling you to read for forever.


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