Review : Weekends Required (Danvers #1) by Sydney Landon

Claire Walters has worked for Jason Danvers as his assistant for three years, but he’s never appreciated her as a woman—until the day she jumps out of a cake at his friend’s bachelor party.…

To support her ailing mother, Claire is forced to work a second job at a party-planning company. But when her handsome boss ends up with a front-row seat to the action, she’s mortified—and he’s intrigued.

With Danvers International in the middle of an important merger, Jason asks Claire to accompany him on weekend business trips—and suddenly all her fantasies are coming true. Her outspoken best friend thinks that getting a little “executive attention” will solve everything. But Claire sees more in Jason than just sex.

Jason is determined to know how the beautiful, sexy woman in the cake could also be his mousy assistant. The more time they spend together, the more he realizes how much fun it can be to mix business with pleasure. And how much he wants to offer her a happily ever after of her own….

 

Weekends required was a light, sweet, cute love story between Claire and Jason.

Danvers international is the place where everything begins.
You have on on side a workaholic and on the other, a woman who is his assistant, and struggling with two jobs.

Jason is the CEO of Danvers international, successful company, and Claire is working as his assistant for three years. Keeping things strictly professional, he had never made a move on her.
But Claire as the other women was under the spell of Jason’s charm, hotness.
One day, they had to work on a weekend and this collide with Claire’s second job, one Jason never suspected.

How can you react, when your assistant, kind of shy and introverted, jumped out on a cake on a bachelor party?
Jason’s not reacting very well to see her all sexiness and with a little coverage; his caveman side was predominating. He wanted to claim her, and to protect her from men. For once, this woman stunned her and he’ve never pictured her this way.
Claire wasn’t at ease an felt uncomfortable with his situation, because she saw that he was kind of shocked by her.

It was kind of fun to see how Jason was old fashioned, are we in the 19th century?LOL He was so uptight sometimes and also making decisions without talking to he, used to be in charge.
 He couldn’t fight his attraction, addiction for Claire. And oh my, this man is so hot, sexy and totally making women crazy!
Claire wasn’t lucky with men and with her mother’s illness, her job, she hadn’t time for a relationship.
But Jason went for what he wanted and Claire was his prey
Both of them made assumptions about each other. Jason was so caring for people and kind. Claire wasn’t shy and she could fight back. She wasn’t a helpless woman at all. She is tough, having two jobs at the same and taking care of her mother.
When they mixed business with pleasure, it was, wow, wow! This man is definitely hot outside and inside. We can sense how his body craved for her and how he needed her in his life. Everything wasn’t perfect and Jason wanted to do everything to make her happy but failed in his heavy-handed decisions. Hopefully, he learned from his mistakes and it was damn time!!

PicsArt_1420155704254

I enjoyed reading this story between Claire and Jason. How they’ve spend time never noticed them otherwise than professionally, and how just in one moment, everything just clicked, like they belong together. I love men sure about their feelings and Jason wasn’t the exception. I just love this series!
Can’t wait for the other stories and to see how Danvers is the place where you can find love!

PicsArt_1420154634440

 

Add it to

 More about Sydney landon : http://www.sydneylandon.com/

         

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s