Entrance (Thornhill Trilogy, #1) by J.J. Sorel

I received an arc of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Clarissa is an art graduate but unable to find a job she is working temp jobs when she is sent to interview for a personal assistant position. Aidan Thornhill made his millions after military service which left deep scars in his mind. He is unable to resist the draw of his new personal assistant even though he has enough to concern himself with.

This book started out with a lot of promise but I found it a little too slow and the plot line too predictable. The author is clearly a fan of fifty shades of grey, while not bdsm there are definite similarities in the plot. As several other reviewers have pointed Regency era speak is the dialogue format which is not fitting with a modern era setting. For fans of fifty shades of grey, I would definitely recommend this book.

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