Title: The Millionaire Upstairs
Author Name & Publisher: M.J. O’Shea (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: January 1, 2016 – 198 pgs
He might be hard to work for, but he’s impossible to resist.
Sasha Sobieski has the perfect job working at legendary American fashion house Harrison Kingsley—or at least he used to. He just never thought he’d have to work for Harrison Kingsley himself. Harrison is exacting, difficult, cold, and hands-down the sexiest man Sasha has ever seen.
After years at the top, Harrison Kingsley knows what he wants, when he wants it, and exactly how he’d like it to be delivered to him. What he wants most right now? His new assistant. Sasha is mouthy, opinionated, and he drives Harrison mad. Problem is, Harrison can never tell if it’s with anger… or desire.
Sasha has the perfect job and a boss he loves but then there is his bosses brother who also happens to be his boss to who is such a jerk to him. So he fights the crush he has had on this man due to the way Harrison treats him. That is until one day his boss calls him in and asks him to work for her brother for the summer.
Just wow I thought this book was so sweet! Yes it did take me awhile to get over how Harrison acts but once I did I could not help loving these two men together. There is a rea Sasha has the perfect job and a boss he loves but then there is his bosses brother who also happens to be his boss to who is such a jerk to him. So he fights the crush he has had on this man due to the way Harrison treats him. That is until one day his boss calls him in and asks him to work for her brother for the summer.
Just wow I thought this book was so sweet! Yes it did take me awhile to get over how Harrison acts but once I did I could not help loving these two men together. There is a reason Harrison acts the way he does and you will see as the book progresses.
I loved the way this author wrote this story and these characters! You get your angst and sweet with this story.
So I will leave this review with…I really loved this book and would recommend it!
A whirlwind romance streching from the Hamptons to Italy. This book was amazing. I loved it.
The main characters were perfect. Sasha is this doe eyed small town Kansas boy with big dreams who lands his dream job and in just two years rises to assistant to one of the owners. I love his sass and outspokenness and wisdom on how he handles his job and the people that he works with. Harrison, the other main character who is also the co-owner of the company, is so bipolar it makes for an exciting book. Sasha and Harrison clash and then go on this roller coaster ride full of angst. It makes for a great plot line and keeps you on the edge of your seat. I love this type of book.
I highly recommend it. If you love a wonderful romance that also has angst and the fashion world then you will love this book. Go pick it up right now.
I had a very difficult time with this story. While it had a ton of potential, I was so angry at the main character, that I had a hard time enjoying the story behind the meanness.
Harrison is entitled, mean, arrogant, untrustworthy and also, he’s a brilliant clothing designer. Ugh, those people you just love to hate. He is struggling in life – not in his business, which is doing well, but his personal life is nonexistent due to his prima attitude.
Then you have Sasha. I loved him from the beginning. Naive, strong, loving and compassionate, he has a way with people that one should envy. He reluctantly helps his boss, Joanne out when she goes on maternity leave by staying with the controlling and growly Harrison. Sasha knew this would be difficult, but I don’t think he realized how difficult.
Throughout this story, Harrison is mean, short tempered, almost toddler like in his behavior. I really was crushed by him in so many different ways, on behalf of Sasha.
While I stated above that I felt that Sasha was strong, he was also too forgiving, in my opinion.
Overall a cute story, but not one that I would sing too many praises about.
.J. O’Shea has been writing romance since algebra class in sixth grade (when most of her stories starred her and Leonardo DiCaprio). When she’s not writing, she loves listening to nearly all types of music, painting, reading great authors, and on those elusive sunny days in the Pacific Northwest, she loves driving on the freeway with her windows rolled down and her stereo on high.