“I need you back. Now.” —William Walker
I can’t believe I’m letting my ex-boss talk me into working for him again. He’s arrogant. Domineering. He gets under my skin in ways I don’t want to admit. When I quit, it felt great! But now, seeing the big, bad billionaire rendered helpless by a baby, I give in to his demand. And I’m worried it won’t be the last time… —India Crowley
Big Shot is a fast paced enemies to lovers workplace romance. I was totally hooked from the very first page. It was impossible to not fall for India. India is hard working and good at what she does. While she makes good money, she can’t help but want more from her life. And it doesn’t help that her boss is a jerk with a capital J! William is arrogant and speaks first and thinks later. He’s used to having his way and never having anyone talk back. So, when India quits her job, it throws him totally for a loop. To make matters worse, William has just agreed to watch his baby niece for the next two weeks. He’s struggling to balance work and caring for his niece. He doesn’t know what to do, so ends up calling India and hopes that she will help him out one last time…
Overall, I found this book to be a quick and enjoyable read. I am a sucker for enemies to lovers romances and could not wait to dive into this one. I will say that William and India’s story had a bit of an insta-love quality to it, but I kind of expected that since this was such a quick read. That being said, I did enjoy William & India. I loved their banter and the tension between the two of them. It was a lot of fun watching the two of them and seeing them try to make sense out of the chemistry between them.
Big Shot was a fun read, from beginning to end. I enjoyed the characters and their story-line and had a great time just getting lost in their story. Big Shot had some great tension and banter. I enjoyed the will they/won’t they moments. I loved the romance and sweet moments and the little drama in between. All in all, a fun read to spend your day getting lost in.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via Harlequin Romance & NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*