Over the last few weeks we’ve had several reviews for TCOB!
4 1/2 stars from Romantic Times!
Hart and Dane combine their creative talents in this delicious tale of two friends’ romantic exploits during an otherwise tedious business conference. Both ladies battle inner demons to emerge triumphant with the men they allow into their hearts. For their part, the sexy heroes are up to the task of meeting the strong-willed women head on. Keep the ice water near. These pages sizzle with sexual heat!
Mad at Novel Thoughts had this to say: Usually when it’s two stories going on in the same book, I always come away feeling that one of the couples was cheated of getting the reader to see their full story. That wasn’t the case with TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS. It completely flowed for me with no lagging and I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. I’m looking forward to seeing what comes next for the couples in the sequel
Jo at Joyfully Reviewed said: I found a very complex book that combined both women’s lives during a conference they will never forget. The hot and erotic sex that each couple have was enough to all but turn on my fire alarms. Kate and Leah are both very strong women who know what they want and are not afraid to fight or ask for it. Brandon and Charles have fallen for the perfect women for them and now just have to get them to agree. Sometimes when two authors write the same story, I can tell who did what, however this is not the case in Taking Care of Business. Everything blends so beautifully that if I hadn’t seen the cover, I would have thought only one author had written it. If you are looking for an escape involving strong and professional women and equally strong and hot men, you cannot go wrong with Ms. Dane’s and Ms. Hart’s Taking Care of Business.
Jackie at Literary Escapism says: I’m not sure if this was what I was in the mood for or what, but I just ate this novel up. Seriously, I started it in the morning and I could not put this down. There was just something about the characters that made me continue reading, even though I knew I should be doing something else. Even though we were bouncing between two different romances, they were connected rather well, so the jumping around flowed smoothly. We were also given some great development for having to focus on four different characters and nothing was really taken away from the story.