By USA Today Bestselling Author, Lexy Timms.
One night love affair
It was only supposed to be one night. Ashley’s just a low step on the ladder of her company’s success. The company party was always a big to-do. Jimmy Sheldon, the CEO and found of Big Steps always made sure his employees had a good time. He should, he worked them hard, expected more than they thought they could give, but he always rewarded their efforts. It’s what made him a great boss and the owner of a million-dollar company. He knew how to make things work.
And boy, did he.
A few too many cosmo’s and Ashley hit the dance floor. She forgot how much fun it was to dance. After a few songs, her years of competitive dance routines came back to her and she had everyone trying to move like her. Even boss-man Jimmy. And he had some decent dance moves himself.
From the dance floor to the hotel room, Ashley swore they’d both forget what happened in the morning and go back to their steps on the ladder.
Except, no one ever forgets a hit song…
Characters that dance off the page kept me riveted. Heartwarming story of love blossoming amid real life challenges.55
This book is not up to Lexys standards. It was funny in a couple of places, but there wasn’t a lot of interaction with the main characters. After she got her dog, there is no mention of him.45
I love anything that Lexy writes. I have read a lot of her books and they will have you reading all night. I wish nothing but success for you. Great Books! Always, Nancy & Duck55
The book started off good but went downhill! The lightness and fun vibe in the beginning of the book wasn’t consistent throughout the book.15
Liked the characters,the plot was a little slow. The lower rating is because I don’t like books that need book 2 to finish the story.35
I absolutely fell in love with these characters. (Enough to buy the entire series!) You get it all...emotional scenes, well thought out plots, and steamy sex!55
This is a well written storyline with amazing characters. Lexy Timms is a very talented author who knows how to draw her readers into the story and relate to the characters. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.55