The Boss Man is book 4 in the Manly Series by Teddy Hester, but it is the first and only I have read so far. Upon completing this book, I went back to read descriptions of the other 3, but they don’t seem to overlap (though I wont know for sure until I read them). They appear to be stand alone books, and I can vouch, The Boss Man can be enjoyed on its own. The two main characters have a lot in common, and I think that is what makes their growing relationship so much fun to read. Both Jack and Jillian come from a large family, and have made it their mission to prove they can be successful on their own. Jack owns his own construction business that sweeps in to help other companies meet their deadlines. He runs a tight ship, but his employees respect him. Jillian’s family has their hands in several pots, but she has taken on this year’s grapefruit harvest, on top of trying to be a journalist. When her piece lands her working as Jack’s assistant, they both find themselves distracted, in the best way possible.
Reviewed by @way2gosmartguy