Book Review: Tangling with the CEO by Annie Seaton

 

Tangling with the CEOI was given an ARC of this book in return for an honest review.

This reasonably short book looks to be the first in a series, the hero and heroine Blake and Ana have a history – and it’s about to be kick-started…(slight spoilers ahead)

Set in San Francisco, Blake is the CEO in question – and Ana is, unfortunately for her – likely to lose her job along with her friends in the restoration department of a local hardware store.

Ana has an appointment to see Blake about their future – but on turning up at his house a family crisis hits and she’s about to spend a weekend helping him out with his sister’s kids. One of the children also is Autistic, and I clocked him straight away – as a family member is Autistic. It was lovely to see a real and positive representation of it. It was also lovely to see a lovely real representation of family and a houseful of kids and pets!

This is a sweet book with kissing only if you don’t enjoy books with sensual scenes and has a positive vibe throughout.

All in all I really enjoyed this book, it was sweet, funny and had a suitably uplifting ending. I would have liked to have known a bit more about Blake and Ana, and it seemed that their original parting was dealt with quite quickly.

I would recommend this as a fun quick read, and look forward to seeing more of Half Moon Bay.

This ebook is available to download now.

You can find a copy of this review on my Goodreads page.

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2 Responses to Book Review: Tangling with the CEO by Annie Seaton

  1. Michelle Ford

    I just bought this yesterday, look forward to reading it :)

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