Monday, 29 August 2016

Book Review: Friendship on Fire by Melissa Foster

Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
Release Date: 3rd December 2013
No. of pages: 306
ISBN: 978-0-991-04680-5
Rating: 5/5


Friendship on Fire is book #6 in the Love in Bloom series and is book #3 in the Bradens at Weston. CO series but can be read as a standalone.

Riley Banks has been waiting for a break, a way to put her fashion design degree to use ever since school ended. But in an industry more about who you know than what you know, she was beginning to lose hope. Until Josh Braden, the crush from her teen years turned top designer took notice of her designs. Only now that she has a chance at his design company, she needs to be noticed for what she can do not who she can’t take her eyes off.

Josh Branden could get any woman in New York that he wants but that’s the problem. He doesn’t want any of them. He wants the girl from back home, the one comfortable in jeans and boots, the one whose design portfolio blew him away. Hiring her is the best decision he’s made in a long time and being her boss won’t stop him from pursuing something more with her. But in the cutthroat world of fashion design her shot at a career could be ruined if everyone finds out she’s sleeping with the boss.

As usual the Braden family pulls together. He villain is punished and honesty is rewarded.

**CONTENT WARNING: Due to mature content, recommended for readers aged 18+**

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