Book Review: Calendar Girl by Georgia Beers (Pure Textuality PR)

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Calendar Girl

Author: Georgia Beers
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (November 13, 2018)
233 pages
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Summary
For Addison Fairchild, success is a guarantee. Groomed since childhood to run a division of Fairchild Enterprises, she takes her birthright seriously. Maybe a little too seriously if you ask her friends. But work is so much easier than the rest of her life. Her employees hate her, her best friend is worried about her, and her last date was hide-in-the-restroom awkward. If all that wasn’t bad enough, she’s stuck with a new cheerful-happy-annoyingly-morning-person assistant just when the head of FE is about to choose a successor―a job Addison wants so badly, she can taste it. 

For Katie Cooper, money has never been important. That is, until her father gets dementia and needs full-time care. As the bills start to pile up, Katie takes a second job as a temporary personal assistant. Two minutes and one spilled cup of coffee later, she’s sure she’s not ready for Addison Fairchild―her hard head, her know-it-all attitude, or her gorgeous face. 

Forced to work together, Addison and Kate discover that opposites really do attract.

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