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    Not to be missed!

    Awesome! This is one steamy read from the very beginning and things only heat up from there! A Santa costume, a supply closet, and a case of mistaken identity is no way to meet the new boss but that's exactly what happens to Chelsea Wayne. Rafe St. Sebastian standing at the front of the room in that Santa suit is the last thing she wants to see. So much for her career! Rafe has other ideas though.... This is one you definitely want on the must read list!! As expected from this author, you'll find yourself laughing, crying, and most definitely fanning yourself from the steamy hot sexy times. I highly recommend this one!
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    Follow my heart

    Chelsea meets Rafe for the first time when she mistakes him for her man and hauls him into a closet and shows him a good time. Later, she finds out Rafe has just bought the hotel she works for. Then her man dumps her. So she needs space. Chelsea moves out to Maui to manage a singles hotel with an incredible view. New Year's Eve she runs into Rafe, and is wary of his intent. She wants to keep her past behind her. Rafe has never met a woman who he has wanted so much. This is a new feeling, but he is not questioning it. He chases her in the hopes of catching her in a temporary trap that turns the tables on himself. Chelsea and Rafe have a good thing between them. They are gun shy from their pasts and careers. They both know if they are not careful, this will be the real thing. I found this book funny, messy, and complicated. Just like real love. What a great book! Definitely a keeper for my shelf! ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley.com and the publisher for review only.
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    Island fling turns into more!

    Chelsea's plans to get her current relationship out of the doldrums includes getting her on again/off again boyfriend (who is also her boss) to let loose a little and as such she provides him with a Santa suit for the office Christmas party at the luxury hotel where they work, in hopes of kicking up their fun a bit. But when she drags the Santa clad man into a closet for little pre-party action she inadvertently makes out with a man who turns out to be the new company owner. Ready to confess her mistake, it turns out her boyfriend's been cheating on her all this time with a woman in HR. With a quick sense of self preservation, Chelsea resigns and highlights it out of town and onto a new job at a luxurious island resort, hoping to leave the past, with the ex (and the sex with a stranger) firmly where it belongs. Only, Rafe can't forget their interlude and when the new hotel she's working at comes up on his list of possible acquisitions, he's not above following her to correct his mistake - of letting her go in the first place. Rafe's charm is impossible to resist, and Chelsea lets down her defenses, agreeing to a week long fling while Rafe is in Hawaii, with full intentions of moving on before he gets any long term ideas. But while a long distance relationship is something neither wants, it's not so easy to say goodbye when their time is up. So.... the opening scene was a bit problematic for me, not in the execution (because hello, smexy!) but more in the ethics of what happened. It's made quite clear that Rafe knows who he is with but assumes she is single and just looking for a fun time. And Chelsea thinks she's with Paul and calls him that by name at the end, and only knows afterwards (once out of the closet, literally) that it isn't her soon to be ex-boyfriend (and Rafe in turn realizes then that Chelsea thought he was someone else the whole time). It's a bit hard to believe that Chelsea wouldn't have noticed he was someone else, even in the costume, though the encounter happens quite quickly. I kind of wish they hadn't gone 'all the way' - I would have preferred that they fool around but not get to the 'endgame' before realizing that they weren't both seeing the encounter the same way. That aside, once Chelsea has moved away from her old job and onto the new one at the island resort, and Rafe has turned out to be the buyer looking at acquiring it, I found their connection believable. The sexual chemistry between them was smoking hot (well established from their first encounter) , and when they are at the resort it's a fresh start for them. In this beautiful setting and the background it entails (tropical paradise! luxurious sheets!) it's like a holiday romp with all the good things. Here is where you really get to see Rafe and Chelsea's true characters. Rafe is a hardworking, conscientious man and while he may be a bit of playboy, he's not out to take advantage of Chelsea despite how they met. He respects her skills that have made her an asset to the hotel industry and wishes there was a way that they could work together longer. Chelsea is equally interesting as a woman whose naivete landed her in the position she's in now, and her natural tendency is to protect herself from future relationship hurts. She hadn't been in love with her previous boyfriend, but even so, realizing how he had used her for his own personal gain makes trusting another man not high on her list. Slowly Rafe is able to convince her otherwise, and I liked how their relationship went from a no-strings fling to something deeper in short order. They do get their happy ending (yay!) and we get a sexy , entertaining romance in return. I think fans of the author, and Brazen book lovers will find this a worthy addition to their shelves, if they can get past the (for me) so-so start. 3.5 stars.
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    Very Engaging

    What happens when the Santa who rocks your world in the utility closet is not not your boyfriend as you thought, but your new boss? And what happens when you find out that your boyfriend and boss has landed himself a spot on Santa's naughty list for cheating on you with a co-worker? You move to an island! Chelsea Wayne's attempt to explore her naughty side blows up in her face when the Santa she indulges in some nookie with in the utility closet at work turns out to be her new boss, hotelier Rafe St. Sebastian and not her boyfriend as she expected. With her career and reputation on the line, finding out that her boyfriend is expecting a baby with their co-worker is the last straw and has Chelsea quitting her job and taking a new job in Maui, away from all the drama. But the drama follows Chelsea to Maui when Rafe makes an offer to purchase the hotel she's working at as manager and she is assigned to be a liaison and work with him on the acquisition. Rafe St. Sebastian plays as hard as he works and taking over as CEO of the family business depends on his successfully completing three acquisitions. His steamy tryst with an employee in the closet, while a very satisfying experience, could undo all his hard work because she s the key to securing the final acquisition and his CEO position. Now, Rafe is not just interested in the CEO position, but he wants Chelsea, too. COMPROMISING HER POSITION is a steamy and entertaining read with lots of sexual chemistry and tension and I enjoyed it. In spite of the unusual nature of their meeting, Chelsea and Rafe's relationship is flirtatious and provocative and they complement each other. They challenge each other both personally and professionally and their growth in both areas is obvious. Chelsea goes from being a rule-abiding team player to an assertive manager, willing to go head to head with Rafe. Rafe gains the confidence to stand up to domineering father and I liked it. This was one very fun and delightful case of mistaken identity leading to lust and love. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    Engaging and humorous.

    Rafe and Chelsea need each other in more ways than one. Compromising Her Position is engaging and humorous. An all around good time. There are scenarios that have been written about a number of times and never get old. Samanthe Beck has found one of those with this read and made it her own. Mistaken identity leads to hilarity, lust and romance. Nothing original. Has been done before but liked it none the less. I received an ARC of Compromising Her Position in exchange for an honest review.
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