Review: Bossman by Vi Keeland

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Review Rating: 5/5 stars

This was a very fun and light read. It tells the story of Reese and Chase. Reese is a kind of girl who prioritizes and double checks safety because of an experience she had when she was young. Her house got robbed, and coming home from it, her brother tries to get rid of the robbers. Then, her brother, Owen, ends up being hit in the head which ends up damaging his ears. On the other hand, Chase is a loyal lover. One experience really broke him. When his fiancé died, he was crushed. And as he opens up to loving again, he later discovers that it was his own knife that killed her fiancé. This makes him believe that he isn’t a good man. This hinders him from having a relationship with Reese after making her fall in love with him.

But at the end of the day, the two end up being together. They talk to each other and they end up convincing each other that what happened in the past isn’t their fault. Forgetting to lock the door which led to the robbers wasn’t caused intentionally by Reese. And, giving an old poor man a self defence weapon was not intended for bad purposes.

The relationship of these two characters is sooo funny. It ends in a HEA.

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