69 Million Things I Hate About You (Winning The Billionaire)

By Kira Archer

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Readers` Reviews

★ ★ ★ ★ ★
thunter
This is my first time reading this author, and I really enjoyed her style. I read this book in a few hours, just could not put it down. I found myself laughing out loud in several parts. I’m looking forward to the next in the series.
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laura deeter
Very funny Rom Com. I enjoyed it a lot and plan ro investigate other titles by Kira. I really loved Cole and Krispin.
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sahin
Very funny. I enjoyed this book and it definitely was exactly what I was expecting.
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jeffrey jorgensen
Good read had you laughing a lot can not wait for the next book by kids archer winning the billionares
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suzanne freeman
Laugh out loud funny. Keeps your attention wondering what the next prank will be. First time reading this author but certainly won't be the last.
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noraini
I loved Kiersten. She was so funny, especially the drunk scene. And Cole was great. Cute book with a little steam.
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elena passarello
A wonderful romantic romp. Once the obstacle of money is removed the two main characters can really get to know one another!
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vania mcallister
Who hasn't had a boss they'd like to put in they're place? Or dreamed of winning the lottery? Quick easy read!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
javad afshar
This was an awesome book. It was sexy and funny, and entertained me take while time! Kids Archer is a great author!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
geoff calhoun
A lovely book worth 5 gold stars
The story is fast and fun, the characters real and loving and I had a smile the hole time
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
alex trimble
Loved this book.Did;nt want it to end.Funny good read!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
leif segen
This is one of the best books I have read. This was an awesome find. It was as I describe a feel happy book!!#
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
kunsang gyatso
I could not stop laughing. Like, I almost peed my pants a little type of funny. Good book to reed
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
jolie
What an excellent read. Smart, funny, and had me laughing out loud. I highly rec this book to anyone who loves rom coma!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
kara budge
I read several books a week. Anything that can make me laugh out loud with tears streaming down my face is an instant winner with me. Great story line, awesome characters and just so funny. Read this book. You wont be disappointed.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
tessa
This was a refreshing romantic comedy of a novel. I laughed out loud a few times, even to tears at one point. Quick witted, entertaining, and fun. Definitely worth reading. Check it out. You won’t be disappointed.
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stephen odom
I liked the idea of the story but didn't like the writing style.
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milu aman
This book has both cursing (including f-bombs) and on-screen sex, so if those things are going to cause you to leave a bad review, you should skip this one. But be aware that you're going to be missing a great book.

If you're looking for the cookie-cutter, run-of-the-mill “billionaire sweeps in and rescues the poor destitute woman from a terrible life of middle class living (gasp! oh the humanity!) by throwing outrageous gifts at her and buying her love” shtick that is so bafflingly popular in the romance genre these days, THIS IS NOT that book and I could absolutely kiss Ms. Archer for that. Even though Cole might not know it, he and Kiersten are on equal footing for the better part this book and I absolutely LOVED that. You get a gold star (or five) for that, Ms. Archer.

This book was absolutely hilarious from start to finish. Although some of the things that Kiersten did were over the top and could have easily veered into eye-roll worthy territory (the speakeasy and its hysterical aftermath for instance), it never did. Instead, it was all so ridiculously funny that I found myself becoming a Kindle-highlighting fool as I laughed out loud in a room full of people who probably thought that I'd lost my ever-loving mind. I didn't even care because it was so absurdly funny that I couldn't help myself. Before I'd even finished the book I had run to pre-order this book, that's how much I loved Cole and Kiersten together. I have to admit that I wasn't sure I was going to like Cole at first, but watching Cole become a 'real boy' instead of just a workaholic who was kind of self-absorbed as Kiersten pushed him further and further out of his comfort zone was so much fun. Kiersten was great from start to finish, but I especially loved the way that she worked to right a particular wrong toward the end. Even though she wanted to mess with Cole, she never intended to actually hurt him and I respected her so much for that. The revised ending and that epilogue were so gorgeous – so perfect for these two - that I couldn't help but fall more in love with “Krispin” and Cole. Such perfection.

Another thing Ms. Archer did beautifully was to incorporate the side characters without them taking away from the main characters. Kiersten and Cole's friends (and Cole's mom) all added so much to this story but never overwhelmed it or made me wonder why they were on-screen. I really, really hope that Brooks is a match for either Cassie or Izzy because I adored him and I want to read more about him!

If you like a book that will make you laugh while keeping the sexual tension level cranked to high before it finally combusts, you have got to read this book. I have read (and re-read) many of Ms. Archer's previous books and enjoyed them, but this is now my absolute favorite by her without question. I already cannot wait for the next books in this series.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
chazz
This is the first book I have read from this author and will not be the last. I haven’t laughed as much while reading a book. This book is a comedy romance with a little bit of drama. I recommend you read it...won’t disappoint.
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linda gartz
Slow start for me, but I really liked it. Glad I kept reading.
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mattias
Fun! Competition for crazy frustration
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farshid
I like it but not love it. It kept the romance until the very end which was a little different to what I like. But I still like it to read all the way through.
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kathy heare watts
OMG Hularious
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
anita brooks kirkland
Super fun book. funny with adorable characters
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
rebecca wyllie
Funny and entertaining. I really enjoyed this book!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
pianogal
Funny story. Great story line. Good character development. And now I want to read about the other billionaires!
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kelsey anne
Good and funny story, but I cringed every other page and sometimes every other paragraph at the use of the F word. I'm not a prude and use these words sometimes myself but....not in every conversation.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
jessica loscalzo
I haven’t laughed this hard reading a book in along time. The characters were funny and very innovative. Just recommended this book to my sister.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
nurul akmal
I really enjoyed the interactions between the main characters in this book, their humor and developing love, and how their evolving roles moved them toward their HEA. I challenge you, reader, to not LOL while reading this book.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
francois
This book was HALARIOUS. I loved it. I never leave reviews but this book was AMAZING and you have to buy it!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
holly hatfield rogai
This was good
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joie
It was original and so fun. It was exactly the kind of book that I needed. I laughed so hard in a few spots that I woke my husband!
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
trina frazier
I loved the original premise. It was something new in the good old office romance theme. It took until around chapter 6 for the idea to be developed and everything was looking good. Then the fallout began. Hero suddenly acts out of expected character which I found jarring. Then the really silly situations started. Just silly. A more mature writer could have taken the basic material and turned out a highly enjoyable, entertaining read. That's not what happened here. It was taken too far until the froth and bubble collapsed into a mess. More discipline in the author's skill set is needed.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
yevi
This was one of the best romantic comedies I have read in a long time. Definitely needs a screen play submitted, would make an awesome movie.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
vern hyndman
Absolutely loved this book. Although I did not laugh out loud, I did immensely enjoy the story a definite summer read.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
true weber
Absolutely loved this book. It has been awhile since a book has had me laughing like this. Would definitely recommend.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
jake erickson
If you like to laugh, this book is for you. It is a winning combination of romance and comedy.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
case
Cute, but not as hilarious as I expected.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
akmalkhon
This is the most entertaining romance I’ve read in a decade! All five star ratings are spot on. Well-deserved accolades from other reviewers. I wish this writer would write more of these. A keeper and will definitely try her other stories.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
caren
I like it
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alyce
I really enjoyed this!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
audrey bretz
Loved it!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
heather wescott
The humor and circumstances in this book are timeless!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
mrunamyee
Loved it!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
amy margaroli
good read
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
elizabeth birckhead
You well laugh out loud and enjoy everything about this book. I started reading and never put it down until I finish it. Late nite or early morning. Long day but worth it.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
rajiv tyagi
If you want to read a good romcom this is it! I laughed at the antics of Kiersten and Cole. Couldn't stop reading it to it's great ending, smiling all the way. Hope to read more books by Kira Archer.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
dasvoid
It really is a funny story, the lengths she goes to and he lets her! Loved it...looking forward to another one by this author...?
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
pejvak
I can't remember the last time a book made me laugh so hard I had to stop reading. Great dialogue. I know I've found another author to follow.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
epurcell
As I said, this is a nice book to unwind. The plot is unrealistic, but that is just why the book serves its purpose - provide an escape from reality and give you a chance to unwind.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
gomergirl
I’ve never laughed so much in a rom-com novel. Loved everything about it the story of Cole & Kierstin. Genius writing!!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
kathleen messmer
So cute!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
thomas o connor
I could not stop laughing throughout this amazingly funny romance. I loved the plotting and foiling storyline. I loved the epilogue wrapping it all together.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
lynvan53
I giggled my way through this book. It was very entertaining and I am now a Kira Archer fan.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
sarah radke
So funny! Loved the back & forth banter between Kiersten & Cole. It was a fun read, much needed & enjoyed.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
patsy bishop
Laughed out loud quite a few times! Quick and sweet. Not super corny. Will likely read again when looking for a fun & entertaining read!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
jenny hadley
I laughed out loud through this one. Great character development and sexual tension with the major players! Strong female lead with wicked sense of humor.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
dominik riedel
Loved the chemistry, fun read. Looking forward to reading the
other books in this series. Think I have found another go to author.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
sapphire
Hard to put this one. Eagerly waiting to see what prank was next. Fun and entertaining love story.
A must read.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
j r randle
Because the book was a fun read. Recommend highly if you line plots that crack you up. Funniest love story I've ever read.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
azita rassi
This book had me laughing so much and loving every minute of it! The story line was sweet and very well developed.
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
brandy cook
Delivered what these books are meant to deliver. Light and fun.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
amanda wise
My absolute favorite so far by Kira Archer. (And I have enjoyed all of her work). Once I started reading I didn't put it down. I woke my husband twice in the middle of the night from laughter I couldn't contain.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
sofia wren
I love a good romantic comedy, but this book was wonderful and kept me smiling all of the way till the end. I highly recommend this book!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
nahed samir
Great and fun read. Read the book in a couple of days and enjoyed it. Funny, easy, hot book. Thanks
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hussein el ghorory
I love books that make me laugh and this one did! Predictable but still enjoyable to read. Fast and easy read.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
ann swindell
When I'm sick of all the other books I'm reading, I go back and read this book again!! It is excellent!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
kate koehler
LOVED.THIS.BOOK. laughed my butt off! Going to read more from this author.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
sonia diaz
Fun read, truly enjoyed the book.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
phil davis
So funny.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
jodilyn owen
Like I said I loved it! It was laugh out loud funny and just an all around great read. I would recommend it to everyone.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
claire
This was really well done. Loved the scenarios and dialogue. I'm hooked. Can't wait to read another story written by her.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
julee
Hilarious, just read it a second time in preparation for the next one which is due out in a couple of days.
Loved the characters and pace of the story!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
glenna wisniewski
I literally laughed out loud with this one! Very imaginative story line & author. Can't wait to find more books by Kira Archer.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
dave o leary
I wished it was a little longer to allow for some character development...but it was cute. There were some moments that made me giggle.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
anna ruth
This my first time reading Kira Archer and I am pleasantly surprised how funny and how good the story progressess. Ms Archer has got herself a new fan!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
carol duff
This book has everything! Its heart warming and funny. Loved it.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
jeremy hawking
Funny story line; made me chuckle out loud numerous times. Sexual content could have been a little bit more contemporary
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
mike rawlings
Enjoyed! It was nice to read about strong heroine. Nothing makes me furious more than a whimpering portrait of the my gender. A strong mind deserves a strong mind.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
ayuni
5+ STARS!! Best book I have read in a long time. Want more like this book!!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
krista
The story gets you going and then by the time you know it your hooked. A great book to read for the day.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
arya
Lighthearted, fun!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
jessie wilson
I can’t stop laughing. By far the funniest book I’ve read in a long time!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
d soares
Kept me laughing
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
amanda kence
Love the book...not a common story...especially liked the heroine ...
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
karen scott
Loved this book!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
miko
A fun read.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
tu e kay tmaz
It's a short funny story where she wins the lottery and tries to get fired and he is determined she will quit her job as his personal assistant. Their office has a betting pool on who wins and it is an amusing romance that entertains. They forgot the bit about needing passports but mostly I just laughed and enjoyed the story.

Seriously it would make a funny movie or Tv movie. Sandra Bullock and some hot arrogant guy zinging back and forth. I would watch that.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
javad afshar
The banter and competition between the heroine & hero made this smart, fun, and engaging. I loved and appreciated that they were both such strong, intelligent characters, and the author did not once weaken the heroine to make the hero appear stronger. *slow clap* Thank you, Kira Archer.

Points to the author for such a creative storyline. One of the “revenge” situations skirted being a bit too silly, and there was an error that jumped out at me towards the end, but overall it was highly entertaining. I absolutely loved the wrap up scene prior to the epilogue.

The large presence of the heroine’s two co-conspirators/roommates and the hero’s charming best friend contributed to the story’s success and my enjoyment. They were equally delightful, and I wouldn’t mind seeing them again as main characters.

This was great fun, and I highly recommend it.
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katryn
This was pretty funny. Yes some of the pranks were juvenile but I think that was kind of the point. I did feel like it was dragging is some places but other than that, pretty cute.
★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
zunail
Cooked by highschoolers, about as healthy.

But hey! It’s fun and fast done
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
jrobertson81
I have to admit that one of the main reasons, I got this book is the title reminded me of one of my favorite movies - 10 Things I Hate About You. Kiersten Abbot had been working as an assistant to Cole Harrington's assistant Marie until one day she was promoted as the assistant had quit after she was told to move her wedding date for one of Cole's speaking appointments. Kiersten has heard terrible things about Cole, and now she must make an impression to keep her job. Cole has never felt more attracted to a woman than he has Kiersten and yet to create distance, he makes her job barely bearable and calls her a different name each time he sees her. Kiersten and her friends are big Lotto players and buy a ticket each week. This week they strike it big and splitting the pot between the three of them, they are each the proud owners of 69 Million Dollars. Imagine winning that much money - what would you do if you won 69 Million Dollars? For Kiersten, she decides to play out her last days as Cole's assistant, trying to get fired. There is a pool going at work, to see how long Cole will last before he fires her. Cole discovers the pool and thinks two can play at this game and so the battle of the wits begins. This was quite a fun read as reading the different ways one can try and get fired. What will happen though when Cole and Kiersten decide that they love each other and maybe the perfect couple for one another? Of course with any romance novel, we have the "sad part," and I was like really, Cole - you think she would sabotage that for you when she knows how much it meant to you? Come on, grow a pair and tell her how you feel. Can Cole win back Kiersten and tell her how he actually loves her for who she is and vice versa ?
Find out in this romantic read from Entangled "69 Million Things I Hate About You" by Kira Archer.
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mary crawford
When Kiersten Abbott gets promoted to her boss’ main personal assistant after the previous one gets fired for wanting time off to get married, she knows it’s going to be difficult. Cole Harrington expects his assistants to be at his beck and call, no matter the time of day or night, and many of his demands cross tthe line between PA and mother. Winning 69 million dollars in the lotto allows Kiersten the freedom to walk away from her entitled boss any time she wants to, but what’s the fun in that? Why not see how far she can push him since all he can do is fire her from a job she no longer needs? Unfortunately, Cole finds his mild mannered assistant’s sudden rebellion intriguing, and he decides to fight fire with fire and make Kiersten quit. However, the blossoming attraction between the pair hints at something more than acting out behind their game. Can they break through their misconceptions of each other and find a HEA?

Generally I prefer historical romance to contemporary, but the description of 69 Million Things I Hate About You drew me in. I enjoy the hate to love dynamic (or I hate you so much I love you), and Kiersten promised to be a fiery heroine who wasn’t going to be a complete door mat. Billionaires aren’t a turn on for me, but Kira Archer combined the trope with enough other intriguing elements that I was willing to give it a try.

Both Kiersten and Cole display lives outside their work relationship including close bonds with friends. Cole has had bad experiences with women wanting to date him solely for his pocket book, but the story side steps the evil ex trope and makes Kiersten different because she’s willing to stand up to him, not because she’s super pure, sweet, and has a magic vagina that can heal the hero’s wounded ego/heart/body/etc. Admittedly, she only can show her true personality when she can afford to lose her job, but I found that incredibly relatable (some days I have opinions I have to keep to myself). The wit and intelligence it takes to concoct her increasingly elaborate pranks made me love her, and I’m sure hanging out with a real life Kiersten would be entertaining and fun.

Cole also has enough backstory and depth to fell like a whole human being although one of the critical reveals occurred a little too late in the story for me to fully care. He does show signs of being an alpha male (I think you have to be to reach billionaire status), but he also knows how to care for another human being deeply and allow agency. Cole’s billionaire veneer also hides charitable causes that are close to his heart, and he doesn’t just donate because that’s what rich people do; he genuinely wants to find solutions for the problems he advocates for.

After reading so much erotica the sex scenes between Kiersten and Cole, when they finally occur (they have to work for it; the main focus in their game of pushing buttons) feel a little mild, but 69 Million Things I Hate About You is a quirky revenge to love tale not another book jumping on the popularity of 50 Shades of Grey (although there is a brief reference). I did appreciate that Kiersten and Cole were equals in their sexual encounters, and Archer doesn’t throw in any reference to how many partners either has had. Both have dated other people, but it’s treated as something normal for a pair of late 20 somethings.

My only major quibble is that the big conflict at the end of the book felt like it came out of no where. There wasn’t enough set up for me to fully understand why the situation mattered so much, and while I was relieved when Kiersten and Cole worked past it to realize a full relationship, I didn’t appreciate the stakes.

Overall, 69 Million Things I Hate About You isn’t going to change your life, but it’s a fun, uplifting read that will brighten your day. Watching Cole and Kiersten’s back and forth kept me smiling, and it did warm my heart when they finally earned their HEA. Now I need to go buy a lottery ticket…

4 Pizza Parties with Girlfriends out of 5
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orysia
Anyone who has a demanding boss would love this book! To have the freedom to say what you really want to your boss would be so liberating.

Kiersten just won the lottery with her 2 best friends and she can finally get her life back. For the past 6 months she has worked for the most demanding boss who has her on call 24/7. Instead of outright quitting, her friends talk her into exacting a little bit of revenge. Nice friends huh?

The boss found out she was trying to get fired. He thought it was for the severance package she would receive if she got fired, so he decided to make her quit first. What followed was a hilarious tale of who could top who.

This was a fun read. I laughed out loud a lot to their antics and truly enjoyed this book. Even having a love/hate relationship, their chemistry was believable and I didn’t even mind that they didn’t get together until almost the end. If your looking for a cute story that with keep you laughing, I recommend this one from Kira Archer. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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sadeanandkiran
Did I need to remind you that Indulgence books are crack to me? Nothing beats the uber alpha a-hole with more money than God and has the looks to back it up? Not mention that most times, he’s a man**ore, or at least has the reputation as one. No, well let me tell you that this book is very different for most Indulgence books. Let me tell you why with a list:

1. Our hero, Cole is beyond rich, gorgeous but also a workaholic. I don’t think that he is the a-whole that Kiersten makes him out to be. In fact, I think that he is ethically sound. He doesn’t sleep with his assistants, drives a hard bargain but he does need to ease up on work.
2. Our heroine, Kiersten is a dream. Plus, she is funny as heck! Throw in her roommates/co-workers, Izzy and Cass. Oh, my word, every time those three were together, I was laughing. Truly laughing.
3. This book had laugh out loud moments. Lots of them. The depths that Kiersten and Cole went to one-up each other is hysterical. The Amish Poker Trip is the best one. I never laughed so hard reading a book.
4. Cole’s friends, Brooks, Harrison, and Chris are awesome. Brooks had me in stitches every time he was on the page and Harrison; I must know more about him. English and lived in a castle at one point in his life. Chris is a little too quiet for me but that’s okay.
5. The scenes with Kiersten and Cole’s mother? PRICELESS. Seriously, priceless. I don’t know how Ms. Archer could write those scenes and not laugh out loud. With tears rolling her face. I know, that I sure did.
6. While there isn’t a bunch of pulling of the Cole and Kiersten dynamic, I did feel the thin line between love and hate. Neither one is hateful to the other one. I know, usually, in enemies to lovers’ stories, they can be very cruel to each other but not here. It’s more for comic relief. Why?
7. Because the sexual tension between is there. Subtle at first but then the pull of those two is just ready to combust. And when it does, Ms. Archer does it beautifully.

Overall, this book hits home with me. I also liked how the so-called “black moment” isn’t too horrible. It’s big but nothing will break these two apart. And that’s what I want from my Indulgence books. Sexy, characters that are likable and relatable from the start and a black moment isn’t too gut-wrenching to overcome.

Ms. Archer is now on my list of authors to watch and read. Plus, I’ve read her “other” books, too.

*I received this book for my honest opinion. I wasn't paid for it and it is my own.*
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aeryn
69 Million Things I Hate About You is laugh out loud funny, witty and sexy. Kiersten has worked for the boss from hell for 6 months. It's been 6 months of demands and late night texts to please go to the office to find a file, making her get him coffee when he's perfectly capable of doing it himself, all bit out with no more warmth than an icicle, and she fantasizes about throwing him in front of a train rather than attacking him in bed. Yes, he's hot, but not hot enough to deter her from despising him. So, when she and two of her friends win the lotto jackpot, she comes up with a plan to get him to fire her so she can not only walk away knowing she didn't quit, but knowing she'll get a nice severance package too, even though she won't need it by then.

But, she underestimates her jacka** of a boss, and when Cole gets info from his IT guru that his normally uber reliable assistant has a plan to make him fire her, he makes his own plan to get her to quit so he'll save money on a severance package. What comes next is a funny, flirty turn of events that involves things like her getting a massage in his office, getting his mother drunk and taking her to a speakeasy and then getting arrested, to Kiersten showing up at the office with a hangover and telling off a potential business associate. But, Cole never reacts like Kiersten expects. No, he does the opposite, even starts sending out some seriously sexy signals and laying some hot kisses on her and it all boils over one weekend when he jets her off to France and they finally, finally indulge in a sexy romp.

Of course someone, both of them, screw up and she's left to finally come to the conclusion that she needs to just quit and get on with her life. Thank God for Cole's billionaire buddies, though, because they finally talk some sense into his thick skull, and he lets her into his heart in a really sweet way. I wish there had been an epilogue for Kiersten and Cole, but the ending was pretty definitive and positive, so I can let it go.

I really liked 69 Million Things I Hate About You. I may have wished for a little more heat between the two a little earlier on (they didn't even get together until about 77% in), but the story itself is so fun and funny and cute that I couldn't fault it too much. I'm hoping there might be more coming from Kira. Perhaps some stories about Cole's billionaire friends and Kiersten's fellow lotto winner friends?

I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book received via NetGalley.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
kate mulley
Three and a half stars.

This reminded me of one of my favourite RomCom films, How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days. Kiersten and Cole have been in a mild flirtation since she started work for the impossible billionaire - I LMAO when he made her lay out his underwear each day as well as his clothes to match his diary activities! But things really escalate when she and her two roommates win the lottery. Cole's last assistant quit when he asked her to rearrange her wedding day (the day before) because he needed her to attend a meeting with him. In order to avoid a similar situation Kiersten and Cole write some additional clauses into her employment contract which penalise her if she quits but penalise him if he fires her. Now that she has nothing to lose, Kiersten decides Cole should suffer for being such a terrible boss and thinks the best way to do that is to behave so badly that he has to fire her. So she behaves more and more outrageously every day. Unfortunately, the support staff use the group calendar to run a book on how long Cole will last before he fires her - and Cole finds out. Then there is a war between them as each one pulls more and more outrageous stunts.

It was silly and flirty and funny and I loved it.

Then the two of them got together and there seemed to be a lot of sex. It felt that two-thirds to three-quarters of the book had been the war between Cole and Kiersten so the author (maybe) felt that she needed to cram the obligatory four sex scenes per book into the final quarter - that's how it felt to me. Maybe I'm just getting old but I seem to raise this complaint nearly every time I review a book!

Anyway this is clearly the set up for a series, Cole is friends with a group of other billionaires who play poker together so I expect to see each of them fall in love in due course.

Overall, I enjoyed this war of the sexes and look forward to reading other books in the series.

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
taufik darwis
Kiersten and her besties- Izzy and Cassie- are roommates and all work in the same office- Harrington Enterprises- the biggest think tank and development firm in Manhattan. Marie was first assistant to Cole Harrington who was the founder of the company. Kiersten was second assistant and Marie passed off a lot of the work to Kiersten. Marie and Kiersten were going to Cole’s office. When they got their Cole only had on a loose pair of sweatpants and was on his treadmill working out. Marie told Cole through the door as he had just showered that she would be out of touch this weekend but Kiersten would be on call to him. Cole told marie to cancel whatever she had going on and marie said she couldn’t it was her wedding. Then Marie quit as she had given Cole plenty of advance notice of her wedding. Then Cole told Kiersten that she had been promoted and he hope she ;lasted longer than his last three assistants. Working with Marie had been great training. Koersten had been pretty much running Cole’s life anyway. Only now kiersten had to deal with Cole herself. Kiersten could finally show what she was made of and get credit for the work she was already doing. Not to mention as nice raise her bank account would gladly receive. Then Cole gave her the phone Marie had left and told Kiersten to keep the phone on her at all times as he kept odd hours. Consider herself on call.. Cole also told her to get a hold of HR and to send over the paperwork for her new position and to make sure she was up to date on all his pending contracts and current projects. Cole wanted no problems just because he had a different first assistant. If she needed help for passwords or anything to get into the computer get ahold of IT and to get everything changed. Then go to security to get a new badge as she would need an upgrade. She would also need to be at his apartment for voice recognition and fingerprint software to be upgraded by Cole’s security. Then Kiersten was informed she had to go to the conference that weekend that he was speaking at. Brook was Cole’s best friend and business partner. Cole told Brook he didn’t date as he didn't have time then Brook told Cole to make time maybe that would loosen Cole up. Cole always had a woman when he needed or wanted one as yet he hadn’t found a woman that made him want to change and have a relationship with her. Cole had a very strict mock prenup written up and after he had made his first hundred million a woman had been more interested in money then matrimony. It had broke Cole’s heart but also took several millions to keep her from writing a tell-all book and selling it to the highest bidder. Now the women Cole seen signed a non-disclosure agreements. It had been six months and Kiersten had been nothing but strictly professional. The more prim and proper Kiersten behaved the more tempted Cole was to break his anti-office romance rule. Kiersten and her friends Izzy and cassie played the lottery every week then a miracle happened and the girls won big time. Kiersten realized she didn’t have to be at Cole’s beck and call anymore. She didn’t have to work for Cole or anyone else. Izzy and Cassie were going to quit their jobs as well as Kiersten as they never had to work again. Kiersten then decided she wanted to make Cole fire her instead of her quitting. After Cole caught on he was determined to make Kiersten quit.
Great, easy, fun and extremely enjoyable romance. I loved this book as well as the plot and pace. It was a quick read but a whole story. I loved Brooks and Cole’s relationship as well as Izzy, Cassie’s and Kierstens relationships. I couldn’t find anything I didn’t love about this book and that is always great. I loved Cole and Kiersten together. I loved the characters and the ins and outs of this book and I highly recommend.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
corrie wang
Three words to describe 69 Million Things I Hate About You? Feisty, funny, and flirty!

69 Million Things addresses the question we've all thought about at some point: what would I do if I won the MEGA jackpot? Kiersten Abbott plans to keep the big win under the radar and take revenge on her horrible, nasty boss until he eventually fires her. Cole Harrington, on the other hand, knows something is up, and he fully plans to let Kiersten do her thing until he figures out what exactly she's hiding. The only problem? There more revenge that is enacted the more Cole and Kiersten start to see another r word beginning - romance.

There was a lot I enjoyed about this one; however, one of my absolute favorite aspects? The characters, of course!

Kiersten basically embodies every disgruntled employee out there - the one who has bent over backwards for a boss but never has gotten as much as a simple thank you. Kiersten is angry, bent on revenge and rightfully so! However, what truly made Kiersten stand out to me was that she was much more than just an angry person. She was also sweet, hardworking, a good friend. I found it easy to relate to her, and I especially loved how their was such a focus on her friend group. Her interactions with her roommates were some of my favorite parts of the book, especially when they had their wild nights out.

Cole is the male character you hate-to-love, especially at first. He's arrogant, sassy, and egotistical; however, the more you get to know him, the more you realize it's just an armor he uses to hide himself from pain. While some parts of his behavior is still inexcusable, I let his original behavior slide more and more as the book progressed. Surprising as it may be he did have the capability to do sweet things (the moment at the end especially made me go AWWWW!).

The plot in this was fast paced as well as equal parts revengeful and romantic. Kiersten's revenge plots were not only super creative but downright hilarious! The night out she shared with Cole's mom had to be one of my favorites -I think I laughed for a five straight minutes regarding that! I also loved the slow-burn feel to Cole and Kiersten's romance. While I always knew they'd end up together, it still gave a will-they-or-won't-they-feel, and I just loved the chemistry that slowly built up as the book progressed.

So if you've ever dreamed off taking revenge out against your miserable boss, let yourselves step into Kiersten's shoes. It's one heck of a ride - funny, conniving, and, most importantly, romantic! I can't wait to read more by Kira Archer.

Grade: B+
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
sara register
I believe in almost every working woman’s (or man’s) life she’s run into the boss from hell… I know I have. Kiersten Abbott certainly has such a boss in Cole Harrington. As his personal assistant, Kiersten does just about every petty, stupid and exasperating task that his royal jerk-ness has put before her – including being basically at his beck and call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week… with no time off for good behavior. Yet, like most of us, it’s a good job when new good jobs aren’t always that easy to find – so she’s stuck it out dreaming of the day she can sing him an old country song about exactly where he can put this job.

That day finally, unexpectedly arrived when she and her two best friends won a huge lottery. We’re talking mega-huge here. Enough to walk out that door and never look back. Except… wouldn’t it be fitting justice to make Cole fire her instead. Make him responsible for losing the best personal assistant he’ll ever have and then laugh in his face with more than a few choice words. Yeah. That’s a much more enjoyable exit interview idea. And it would have worked out so well if the stubborn man would just go ahead and fire her, she’s certainly given him enough cause. But it seems two are playing the “fire me, I’ll make you quit” game… and if they’re really lucky they’ll both end up winners.

I absolutely adored 69 Million Things I Hate About You. Talk about a hate turns to love romance that has all those good parts that we’d all love to say and do .. if only we could. Full of laugh out loud moments and some you go girl cheering Kiersten on in her quest for revenge, I had such fun with this story. And eventually we (and Kiersten) get to see Cole in a different light, the kind that makes sparks fly and dreams of happy ever after take flight. Steamy, charming, funny and touching, this one had everything I enjoy and I’d happily recommend it to any Romance reader. Now the wait for the next story in the series.

*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
natasya dotulong
I wasn’t expecting to like 69 Million Things I Hate About You as much as I did. I was in the mood for a light, funny romance after reading some books that were good but had a heavier subject. When I saw that it was about a personal assistant stays to exact revenge on her boss after winning the lottery, I had to read it. I am glad that I did because I laughed the whole time I read it.

69 Million Things I Hate About You is about Kiersten, a personal assistant to Cole, her boss who makes her life hell. Kiersten and her roommates hit the lottery one night. Kiersten’s gets 69 million dollars. That leaves Kiersten in a place where she can quit her job. She decides that before quitting, she will exact revenge on Cole and try to get him to fire her. But Cole is amused by Kiersten’s antics and he decides that he is going to see how far he can push her before she quits. What they don’t expect is the immediate attraction to each other.

Kiersten cracked me up. The revenge antics that she came up with had me rolling. They started off little, like not answering her phone when Cole called. Then they moved up to middle-sized when she got drunk with his mother, took her to a strip club and got arrested. But the final one was hilarious. Taking 5 billionaires to Amish country on a vacation and stranding them there for 5 days. The only antic that I didn’t find funny was when she misplaced the permit for a charity that is close to Cole’s heart. I thought that it was very petty of her. The only reason she didn’t send for the permits to be sent out is that there was a woman’s name on it. I was like “really” and did an eye roll. That is the only part of the book I didn’t like.

Cole came across as a jerk in the beginning of the book. He expected the personal assistant before Kiersten to reschedule her wedding in to go with him on a business trip. Which gave me a giggle because he was so nonchalant about it after the fact. His reactions to Kiersten not being herself was hilarious. He didn’t know what to do with her. Well, that was until he found the online betting pool and decided to up the ante. From that point on, I was laughing my butt off at his reactions to Kiersten’s antics. They were great.

I did an eye roll when it was revealed that Cole didn’t have relationships because women were after him for his money. Which is why he wanted a prenup before he started a relationship. That was a first for me to read. A man wants a prenup before he starts a relationship. Forget getting married, sign it early on. I also didn’t understand why he flipped out on Kiersten for not telling him that she won the lottery. That made no sense to me.

Sex between Cole and Kiersten didn’t happen until almost the end of the book. The author did do a great job at building up the sexual tension so when they did have sex, it was an explosion. What I did like is that the sex happened towards the end of the book. If they had sex earlier, that it would have derailed the book. So yeah, no sex until the end of the book worked here.

I do feel that there was no personal relationship between Cole and Kiersten. The book couldn’t convince me that they would actually enjoy being in a relationship. That is the only complaint about the book.

The end of the book was a typical HEA. I can’t wait to read book 2!!

I enjoyed reading 69 Million Things I Hate About You. This book reminded me of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing and the movie 10 Things I Hate About You. This book has a great plot. It also has characters that make you laugh until you cry.

**I received a free copy of this book and volunteered to review it**
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
melissa bryant
4.5 stars

There were at least 69 Million Things that I loved about this book. No, I won’t name them all here but I will say that this is a story that seriously put a smile on my face, had me laughing out loud and had me looking forward to who was going to do what next.

Kiersten was hysterical throughout this whole story. I honestly didn’t know what to expect from her. At first, she was an uptight 1st assistant with no life and then turned into a conniving woman who would do just about anything to get herself fired. You couldn’t blame her … Mr. Harrington was one demanding boss. Once she got going with her little games, there was no stopping her. She just couldn’t understand why he wouldn’t fire her already.

As for Cole Harrington, you knew he was a jerk right from the start when he fired his first 1st Assistant for not heeding his demands. But, as the story goes on, you know that he really does have a heart and one heck of a sense of humor as he started playing the games right with her making her just as frustrated as he was.

As the games go on and the each really get to know one another, you know that one of their little pranks is going to go wrong and someone is going to get hurt. Especially after they finally face the feelings that they have for each other. When everything implodes, it’s Kiersten that has to fix things and Cole that has to face the fact that he was wrong, that she wouldn’t intentionally sabotage the one project that was closest to his heart.

So, there wasn’t anything that I didn’t like about this story. Kira Archer wrote a feel good, fun story. When she finally brought them together, it was explosive. It was fantastic watching Cole succumb to his feelings, to see him laughing and happy instead of broody and difficult. To top it all off, they were both surrounded by wonderful friends. Brooks was an instigator with a fantastic sense of humor and Izzy and Cass were so supportive and just as much troublemakers as Brooks was. But, they were also loyal to their respective friends. So, from drinking his coffee, to re-stapling client files, to dancing in the park, to Amish Country, I was kept on my toes with one hell of a smile on my face. But, I kept thinking about our lottery pool at work and knew, deep down, I would act just like Kiersten and stay at my job just to aggravate the powers that be.

Now, if you want to read something fun and interesting written by an author who knows how to bring the antics of two people to life in an entertaining and fascinating way, pick up 69 Million Things I Hate About You and enjoy yourself. I will promise you that you will not be disappointed.

Review copy provided for a voluntary review.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
patty raz
When your boss thinks you’re his personal slave instead of his personal assistant and you suddenly don’t need your job anymore because you won the lotto… well, I would totally want to get a little payback too.

In 69 Million Things I Hate About You Kiersten had to put up with the most demanding and seemingly inconsiderate boss ever. From being accessible 24/7 to having to choose his outfits for the week, there’s nothing she didn’t do for Mr. Harrington. And yet he couldn’t even remember her name right.

Everything changes when Kiersten and her friends win the lotto and are suddenly billionaires themselves. While she could just quit her job, she opts for trying to get on her boss’ nerves and getting fired would be way more fun. It’s not long before there’s an office pool betting on how long it’ll take her to get the can.

Unfortunately for her, Cole finds out about her plan and decides to counter with driving her to quit first. So let’s just say they spend half the book trying to one-up each other in outlandish ways and it was hilarious.

Kiersten’s work ethic was completely commendable, and the patience to deal with Cole’s jerk-ish ways was of sainthood proportion. She was also funny, sweet and an all-around nice person. I loved it when she started showing her true self to Cole, allowing him to see her in a new light.

It’s needless to say that Cole was the kind of boss no one really wants to have, but besides being a tad thoughtless (like asking someone to move their wedding so she could do a work thing) he was not all bad. For starters he worked as hard, if not more, than anybody in his company. When he let loose, he was actually fun to be around and when made to realize the error of his ways he’d act on remedying his mistakes. He had some issues, sure, especially regarding women, but as we get to know him it was all understandable.

A totally relationship driven story, 69 Million Things I Hate About You was fun, light and completely hilarious at times. Kiersten and Cole’s gradual change of relationship was very well done and totally believable. Their chemistry was as hot as their schemes crazy, but in the end it was a truly lovely romance. I really liked their friends too, so I’m hoping we’ll get their stories soon.

*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book*
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
eric mullis
So. Much. Fun.

The blurb promises a fun ride and Kira Archer delivers in 69 Million Things I Hate About You.

If you are a loyal reader of my reviews or just happen to visit every once in a while, you probably know how much I read. It’s almost on par with breathing. Blurbs are the tantalizing seductresses for books. They have to do a good job for you to read the book. Sometimes they are dead wrong. Sometimes they mislead. Sometimes they make promises they can’t keep. And sometimes they get it just right. This is one of those cases.

Kiersten needs her job so she’s been working diligently for Cole Harrington after he sacked his last assistant for wanting to attend her wedding. Yes, he’s a little over-the-top and demanding, but Kiersten has gotten used to it. If only he’d remember her real name.

When she and her roommates win the lottery, all bets are off. Kiersten decides to do everything she can to make Cole fire her.

Cole finds out that there’s a pool as to when he will fire Kiersten and decides to see what he can do to make her quit instead.

The problem I’ve found with books like this is that they usually start great. There’s a fun bet and maybe an instance or two where the main characters act up and then it dies a slow agonizing death. I was fairly certain that’s what would happen here. BUT IT DIDN’T!!! You don’t know how happy that made me.

Kiersten does things that are totally out of character and my reaction was: oh my god, she just did that. Her reaction was: OMG, I just did that. You’ve got to love this! For most of the novel, the pace is laugh-out-loud, frenetic fun.

Kiersten and Cole have chemistry amidst all of the antics. Both are extremely likable characters too. Cole can be a jerk; he’s certainly shown this to be true, but the reader sees that he’s a good guy. A lovable guy!

Cole’s best friend, Brooks, is soooo funny. With a little more booktime, these guys would definitely be Bromance material.

Right now, 69 Million Things I Hate About You is $.99. If you need a diversion, some laughs, a little sweetness and steam, this will do it. It’s well-written, page-turning fun.

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
helen slater
OMG, I loved this story and am so happy to discover it is the start of a new series from this talented author! Just imagine winning 69 million dollars in the lotto . . . . what would you want to do first? Well, whilst waiting for the money to be sorted, PA Kiersten Abbott decides to get her revenge on her boss and mayhem results! Her boss is billionaire Cole Harrington and he’s so used to having his own way that he actually sacked his previous PA when she refused to reschedule her wedding which was due to happen the next day. Kiersten is used to getting everything sorted for him - from scheduling his appointments, sorting out what he’ll wear and when (even his underwear!), and being available at the end of her company mobile 24/7 to do his bidding. Now she’s going to rebel, with help from her two best friends and fellow lotto winners, that game is on! When he discovers the office staff are betting on how long it will be till he sacks her he decides to see how far he can push her until she quits, but he doesn’t know about the lotto win yet!

This is a laugh out loud, hilarious romantic comedy that I thoroughly enjoyed. She does nothing detrimental to his business or employees but some of the antics are superb. There are brilliant secondary characters, too - especially the best friends of the main characters and I hope those five will have their stories told in future books in this series. If you’re looking for a light-hearted romance with great characters, lively, witty humour and highly entertaining then grab yourself a copy of this fantastic, fun, sweet read and be prepared to enjoy yourself!

I requested and received a copy of this novel, via NetGalley, with no obligation. This is my honest review after choosing to read it.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
liz crowley
We’ve all had at least one boss who we’ve fantasised about being in a position to give them absolute hell without fear of consequences. Well, after winning the lottery, Kiersten gets to live out all our fantasies, and all is fair in love and war!

This style of story is by its nature, predictable. Feelings of frustration and being unappreciated turn to love. However, the journey to how this happens makes this story unique and a laugh from beginning to end!

After winning the lottery, Kiersten decides to give her boss some payback and an office pool is quickly made up betting on how long it will be before Kiersten’s demanding boss fires her for her sudden change in work ethic. The problem is, Cole, Kiersten’s boss, quickly becomes aware of what she is doing and all bets are off. She’s determined to be fired; he’s determined not to let her win. Let the games begin!

It is hard to talk about this book without giving everything away, so I won’t say anything more except... staples, strip clubs, a retreat from hell, and copious amounts of alcohol all mashed together with lots and lots of laughs.

This writer had an engaging writing style. It took me a couple of chapters to really get into it. I’m not sure if I was in a bit of a funk or if it just took time to adjust to the story/pacing etc, but by chapter three I was hooked.

This book was funny, sweet, romantic, and just a little bit evil. A most wonderful combination.

I would recommend it for anyone looking for a fast paced, light, stress free read that has more than a few laugh out loud moments.

*Advanced Reading Copy provided by the publisher in lieu of an honest review.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
trey piepmeier
cole harrington is the world's worst boss. he's inconsiderate and demanding and there are literally so many reasons kiersten abbott has to hate him. 69 million things i hate about you covers all the tiny ways cole makes kiersten's life impossible. and when one lucky evening she wins 69 million dollars in the lottery, she decides that turnabout is fair play.

so she decides that it is her turn to make his life impossible. she figures that with his inability to endure inconvenience the first time she lets her attitude slip he'll fire her.

but he doesn't.

and as things escalate to more outrageous behavior, cole finds himself enchanted by the feistiness his former perfect assistant is showing. by all accounts he should fire her. but ever the contrarian he knows this is what she wants. and even with the attitude she is still the best assistant he will ever have. he knows this.

besides, the more inappropriate kiersten is, the more he wants to spend time with her. the more he enjoys her company. and if that isn't a contradiction, who knows what is. kiersten was always gorgeous and he's always noticed her more than he let on. but now, she is unforgettable and there is no way that cole will ever be willing to let her go.

and oh, it's just an absolutely perfect workplace romance. there is so much heat and spark between cole and kiersten. and as things escalate around them, you can't help but love the interplay.

**69 million things i hate about you will publish on october 9, 2017. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/entangled publishing (indulgence) in exchange for my honest review.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
ruben
“I thought this was against the rules,” she said, her voice catching in her throat.
“When it comes to you, I don’t seem to care about the rules.”

Believe me when I tell you, I NEEDED this book. 69 Million Things I Hate About You ripped from not just a book funk, but a LIFE funk.

TBH, I didn’t even feel like reading. Not just this particular book, but any book. I was miserable, grumpy and fairly certain I was going to hate any-and-every thing I picked up.

WRONG. I was W. R. O. N. G. And I’ve never been happier to be so. 69 Million Things I Hate About You is laugh-out-loud funny, a delightful and feel good romance if ever there was one. Kiersten and Cole play off (and with) each other so well, it’s impossible not to be charmed by their antics; this coming from someone who typically cringes at pranks.

This book checked off all the boxes for me, and reminded me once again of why I so enjoyed the writing of Kira Archer. Her words are sweet and joyful, her books winning each and every time… even when your mood is dire.

(PS I really, really hope we get books for Cole’s billionaire buddies. I loved their interactions, and Brooks in particular needs a good, strong, sassy woman to tame him. Like Kiersten, but, you know, not taken by his best friend.)

'No matter what happened now, a little piece of her would belong to him forever. He’d shattered her world and rebuilt it, one kiss, one touch, one stroke at a time.'

~ FIVE Powerball STARS ~
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
aby john mathew
Kiersten has been running Cole’s life for the last six months and she does it flawlessly. He needn’t even think what he requires and it’s provided. She is the perfect personal assistant. Until she isn’t.

Kiersten wins the lottery and instead of immediately resigning from her torturous job, she decides to get a little revenge on her control freak boss. Cole was alerted to her plans when he learned about a betting pool regarding how long it would take him to fire her. He’s on to her. If he fires her she will receive a huge severance pay and that just won’t do. If she’s leaving, she’s going to have to quit. And so it begins.

This crazy fun book had so many laugh out loud moments my cheeks started to hurt from smiling so much. I liked both Kiersten and Cole and the constant battle for winning the war. There isn’t any real drama or angst here except toward the end when they are confronted with a conflict.

The steamy times don’t hit until around the 75% mark but I didn’t really miss it. Although I did feel that once they took that step they were just suddenly so syrupy sweet with each other and that was a little jarring.

The secondary characters were hilarious! Brooks gave us some amazing one liners and oh my, I do hope we get a story about him! And Izzy and Cass, and Harrison and Christopher. Well, you understand.

This is the perfect book to sit back and just relax. Lighthearted, flirty, fun and absolutely adorable.

This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and Entangled Publishing.

Dual POV
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★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
simmie
I loved this book! Just what I need to get me through a week of no power after Hurricane Irma.
I laughed, cussed and wanted to reach through my kindle and choke someone (just once) but Kira has outdone herself.

Kiesten has won the lottery with two of her other friends, and while they wait for all the legal things to be set in place, she decides that a little turn about is fair play with her jack hat of a boss, Cole.
Omg, Cole was such a jerk. Poor Kiersten inherits this job after he demands her boss cancel her weekend plans to attend a conference with him and she refuses. Why? Because she's getting married.
He doesn't give a rats butt. Yes, he's that bad. So he fires her and Kiersten, who basically does all the work anyway, slides right into the job. Unfortunately this puts her on call 24 hours a day and when Cole works, she works. He's a mess.

The story twists after the girls win the lottery and suddenly Kiersten couldn't care less about her job, the office has a pool going to see who will cave first. Will he fire her, or will she quit. Kiersten can really dish it out and I loved it. Adding to this, these two also develop feelings for each other, which creates yet another spin and all this adds up to one of the best books I've read in a while. I loved it.

Yes you should read this book. Yes you may wet your pants from laughing, stay close to the bathroom.
Just read it!!

**arc from NetGalley and Entangled in exchange for a fair review***
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
kim villarreal
69 Million Things I Hate About You by Kira Archer was so much fun to read. It was funny and charming without crazy drama. Just a good, light read.

Kiersten Abbot has been the perfect assistant who was always agreeable and professional. She he has always done as Cole Harrington decrees, but things are about to change! After winning 69 million dollars in the lottery, most would be compel to quit their job. But not Kiersten, oh no! She sees this as her opportunity to get payback from her very insufferable boss!

Cole knows something is not right. His assistant, who has always been competent and professional, is not acting herself. When he hears the rumors, he decides two can play at this game. All of a sudden his very strict and always followed no fraternization rule is out the window. He knows he can be very demanding and unreasonable, but she has always run his life just like he likes.

And so the shenanigans begin. I laughed so much, my stomach hurt. Some of Kiersten’s choices for revenge were down right hilarious. And after everything, she was finally firing right back at Cole. Before they know it, sparks begin to fly. I could not wait to see what would happen next!

I really liked both characters and the story so much. 69 Million Things I Hate About You was so much fun to read. It was a quick, charming and funny read, without being over the top.

Happy reading!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
cheryl l
I received an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, so here goes:

This is not your everyday CEO-assistant love story, folks! This is a fresh take on the premise, and one that had me laughing out loud. I don't know how Ms. Archer came up with this story idea, but she has struck gold, in my opinion. Boss man Cole is difficult to work for--about as demanding as they get--and his assistant, Kiersten, puts up with it for months on end, basically having no life of her own. Then she wins the lotto, and things take a hilarious turn. Instead of quitting right away, she decides to make Cole's life hell, with one antic after another in an attempt to she what it will take to get fired. He knows she's up to something (though he doesn't know what) and decides to play along to see what it will take to get her to quit. This story idea alone is delightfully different, but this author, who is new to me, pulls if off fantastically. The main and secondary characters are well developed and likeable, and the antics that Cole and Kiersten pull are fun and snort-worthy. The sexual tension is tremendous, and I wasn't even bothered by the slow burn (which I usually get bored with) because I was so immersed in the fun. I live in Texas and seriously needed this laugh after the nightmare that has been Hurricane Harvey. Thank you, Ms. Archer, for this splendid book. I'm so glad to have found a new author to love!
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
samantha c ross
Usually, after someone wins the lottery, especially an amount like 69 million, they immediately quit their job, and sometimes there are not nice words involved. LOL However, for personal assistant, Kiersten, she decides to go out with a bang, at the expense of her boss, and yeah, he may have some of those words aimed his way too.

Cole, a billionaire, knows something is going on when his usually agreeable assistant no longer is. When Cole learns there's a pool going to see how long it'll take him to fire Kiersten, he decides to enjoy himself with the situation, and push her until she quits.

Everyone is eagerly watching the two battle it out, anxious to see who'll be the victor, yet not wanting the show to end. However, Kiersten's bank account isn't the only thing changing because she and Cole are beginning to look at one another differently, with a spark that's even more intense than their battle.

Who will win? Do either of them even care anymore now that something much more important, and possibly permanent, is on the line? Can these two join sides and fight for their HEA instead?

One-click now and follow along as two people go from boss and employee, to opponents, to forever.

**I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.**
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
draconis blackthorne
I totally enjoyed reading 69 Million Things I Hate About You by Kira Archer, the first book in her Winning the Billionaire series. Personal assistant Kiersten Abbott wins sixty-nine million dollars in the lotto and realizes she has more than enough money to quit her highly demanding job. Instead she decides to stay on the job and exact a little revenge on her insufferable jerk of a boss. It doesn’t take billionaire Cole Harrington long to figure out that something’s wrong with his delightful assistant once he discovers the office pool on how long it will take for him to fire her. So he decides to spice things up and see how far he can push her until she quits. The game is on, with everyone waiting to see who will crack first. However the bet starts a new dynamic between them, and soon they realize they just might have crossed that fine line between hate and love.

I really loved reading this book and had trouble putting this book down. Ms. Archer wove a wonderful story full of laughs, jokes, and love, drawing me in and not letting go until I read the last page. I highly recommend this book to other readers and can’t wait to read the next book in this series.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
anita cusack
Cole Harrington shows exactly what kind of boss he is from the very beginning when he plans to fire his assistant for not rescheduling her wedding so she can attend a conference with him. He's demanding, does nothing but work, and is quite a jerk. But the pay is fantastic and that's what Kiesten needs. He may be nice to look at but there's not much nice about his personality. When Kiersten wins 69 million dollars in the lottery, she decides to exact her revenge on her demanding boss and find out how far she has to go to get fired. What follows is a game of one-upmanship that kept me in hysterics during the entire story.

I loved everything about this book. Yes, Cole is demanding. No, he's not a great boss. But his POV was my favorite. He genuinely doesn't seem to understand why an assistant would want revenge or why his previous assistant just couldn't change her wedding. He doesn't seem malicious, just insanely clueless. The game these two play was so entertaining that I kinda didn't want it to end. Once they moved forward with the unbelievable chemistry between them, I was pulling for them to make it. This story kept me on my toes and laughing out loud from start to finish.

*This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
brian shipe
***Received an ARC via NetGalley for an honest review.
Kira Archer’s newest series “Winning the Billionaire” series, starts with “69 Million Things I Hate About You” was humorous and sweet. I could not read it fast enough to find out what creative ideas one can come up with to irritate a person to loss their cool or would the next ideal be the one to backfire.
Kiersten Abbot went to work for Cole Harrington as his backup assistant which meant she did all the work and no credit. It was her job to know his business. She pretty much ran his daily life. So when his personal assistant quit, she now was faced with working 24/7 directly with her despotic handsome boss. That is until a change in her fortune provides her a chance to quit. But before doing just that she figures it's a good opportunity for some fun schemes to see if she can get boss to loss it and fire her.
Cole Harrington may be a workaholic but he has noticed everything about his lovely assistant even when she was the backup assistant. But the work place is not a place for romance. So he figures something is amiss when the proper Kiersten starts acting like she wants to be fired. Cole decides to see how far she will go before she quits especially when a not so secret office pool is going on that he’ll fire her first.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
my my
4.5 Stars

When Kiersten Abbott hits the winning numbers on the lotto she has 69 million things to be thankful for, and one of them is not having to work for her demanding boss any longer. But, after six months of doing everything for him, she can't resist just a little bit of payback...

Cole Harrington is perplexed by his reliable assistants sudden change in attitude... until he finds out about the office pool going around...

May the best man... or woman win...

I loved this book! It was a light, fun and highly entertaining read! Kiersten puts up with a lot from Cole, and once she lets go and starts her payback she isn't pulling any punches. Cole is a total workaholic, and is too busy to even run his own life. So when his assistant starts to revolt it should be the worst thing for him... except that it's not when Kiersten is involved.

With Kiersten's very big secret between them and Cole's distrust of relationships and getting close to someone just to find out they're after his money, these two have an uphill battle... if they can ever get past their severe sexual tension...

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
brent medling
69 Million Things I Hate About You, Kira Archer

Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews

Genre:  Romance

I really enjoyed the humour in this story, both Cole and Kiersten have some cracking lines that had me sniggering. I think the Amish County weekend was my favourite _ I could just picture the expressions, the looks on peoples faces. 

Its not heart-stopping drama, but then this is the Indulgence imprint, more about feelgood books and happy endings than anger and angst. It is a teeny bit predictable in a couple of places but that's fine, didn't spoil the story. 

The characters were good, Kiersten and her friends, Cole and his mates, his mum - what a great lady, I loved the Harry and Krispin scene, what fun that was.
I liked the way all the staff were in one what was going on, that Cole had a view on what but not why, and that Kiersten didn't know that he knew....it all added up to a fun read, a way to leave dull everyday problems behind, and do just what the imprint asks, Indulge in a story to make you feel good.

Stars: four, a fun escape that will make you smile

ARC supplied for review purposes by Netgalley and Publishers
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
matt lindsey
What would you do if you won the lottery and you wanted to get a bit of revenge on said demanding boss? Then you realize you’re in love with the ass? This is the problem that Keirsten faces.

The perfect fantasy scenario for anyone who’s ever worked as an assistant to a demanding boss is the plot for this romance and can I tell you? As someone who’s worked as an assistant for a long time? It’s certainly a revenge fantasy I could buy into. Well, except for the love part. And none of my bosses have ever looked like Cole Harrington. But I digress. Let’s carry on.

I thought the characters were fun, the plot was enjoyable, there’s good chemistry between Cole and Keirsten and there’s some crazy antics that go on in this corporate game of chicken. I would say that the the ultimate obstacle between them wasn’t as fleshed out as it could have been, and I wish they had dealt with Cole’s trust issues a bit more between him and Keirsten, as opposed to all discussion between the friends. Having said that, the premise is fun, the characters clicked and I enjoyed this light read.

**ARC provided by publisher via netgalley for review**
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
katherine kirzinger
I can give no less than a 10 stars rate for this hilarious story.
I just spent an amazing afternoon with Kiersten and Cole.
Kira Archer is my new favorite author for rom-com.
I think I never laughed so much over a romance book.

How Kiersten goes from the controlled near ice queen appearance to this crazy silly witch PA was hilarious and how the escalation went viral while they overbid with each other.
And Cole, an A..OL of a boss as a covert, hiding a soft side in, too afraid to be heart... ah the pre-nup!!!!

All goes spiraling with Cole’s mom trip and then the Poker weekend.
At that time I was juste roll laughing on the floor, my daughter mumbling why she doesn’t understand English!!!!

So yes, after this full of madness c’est urtship, even if any of Kiersten or Cole would admit it.
The ending with its dose of twist and heartbreak is in the lineage of the storyline.

So jump in with your two feet, yobut prepare your maxillae, it will hurt after!

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★ ★ ★ ★ ★
peter dunn
Kiersten Abott is personal assistant to the boss from hell, Cole Harrington. As much as he is demanding,he is good looking. The man can't even get her first name right, but he expects her to be at his beck and call 24/7. When the unthinkable happens, she and her two best friends win the lottery, Kiersten decides on a little revenge for her boss so he can fire her. Now the office has a pool going on how long this is going to last.
Cole knows something is up, when his perfect assistant starts to act differently. Learning about the office pool, he decides to have a little fun with Kiersten. Landing in The Amish countryside, for the annual poker retreat he and his best friends did every year, Cole is amazed on the clever planning Kiersten handled this. But now she's taken this too far. Confronting her and ending up in her bed is not the way he saw this ending.
They have to make this into a movie. I can actually see Emma Stone as the lead. Best book I've read in a while!
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
beth carver
Well, this was fun.

Kiersten works for a jerk, a big time jerk who can’t keep a personal assistant. So when she wins the lotto with her two best friends, you’d think she’d quit right on the spot. I would, lol. But no, she has better plans for said jerk. ;-)

Cole is… interesting. He truly comes off as a jerk (like I said), but the more we get to know him, the more we realize that he’s kind of a nice guy.

I loved these two interactions and the game that follows after Kiersten wins the money. No one knows about it, so her behavior catches everyone’s attention. It was so funny to see Kiersten doing things I’m sure many would want to do to their jerk bosses, lol. It was a game for the both of them, so it was also great to see Cole in this more playful mood.

This was a really fun read and I’m looking forward to reading more in the series.

*Thank you to Entangled Publishing for providing an ARC in exchange of my honest opinion*
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
lorna
Have you ever felt like giving your boss a taste of her or his own medicine? Such is the case with Kira Archer's latest book, 69 Million Things I Hate About You. Kiersten Abbott, a smart and beautiful executive assistant, wins the lottery along with her two best friends. Because she has nothing to lose, she decides to treat her boss to the same indifference and disrespect he has subjected her to for the past six months. Billionaire and CEO Cole Harrington, is Kiersten's boss, and he is onto her game. Their mutual revenge evolves into some very entertaining situations, desire, and eventually love.

This is the first book from the author's brand new series, Winning the Billionaire. It is a fun-loving narrative that kept me glued to my seat from beginning to end. Ms. Archer's originality and creativity truly shines, and I can't wait to read the follow-up.

Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
john smith
The synopsis for this was right up my alley and I’ve enjoyed other books from Kira, so I was pretty excited about it.

I really liked Kiersten and Cole. Their relationship is interesting, especially after the pool begins and it was fun seeing how things played out. I especially loved everything with his mother. Kiersten and Cole had an excellent rapport with great banter and most of all, respect and chemistry.

Plot wise, it was nearly all fluff and it was perfect. There is a bit of conflict towards the end, but it isn’t drawn out and I loved how it ended. As always, I would have liked to have a bit more at the end or had an epilogue, but it was satisfying.

Overall, it was a quick and fun read. I’m hoping there will be more to this because Kiersten’s friends and Brooks were fun.

**Huge thanks to Entangled Indulgence for providing the arc free of charge**
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
lauren corba
"69 "69 Million Things I Hate About You" by Kira Archer
WoW... This was one really fun read. It was a marathon read for me, I just couldn't put it down. If you like romance and you like fiction, AND, you like FUN !! Then you must read this book. There are so many reasons that I loved this story... but if I try to give you my reasons why... I just might spoil the story for you... Suffice it to say.. if you read the publishers description and then this review that should be enough incentive for you to read this book. Can you tell that I loved it?
Yes, I was lucky enough to read a free ARC from the publisher with the promise of an honest review.. and if you have read all my reviews then you know that there have been occasions where the story and I were not a match made in heaven. This story and I spent happy, laugh out loud time together... I wish the same for you dear reader.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
andrea repass
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book
This is the first book I've read from Kira Archer and I am hooked. I honestly can't wait to read more of her work. This book was hilarious. I started reading this book and I couldn't put it down. I had good laughs when Kiersten started standing up for herself to Cole and stopped taking his sh*t. Even though Kiersten only stopped putting up with Cole's sh*t after she won the lotto they way she goes about to get fired is just to freaking awesome and devious that I was rooting for her the whole time. Even though Cole knew about the poll going around about how long it will take for him to fire Kiersten or for Kiersten to quit, he started to have fun and be himself for the first time in forever. Cole and Kiersten are so evenly matched in their pranks that I am so glad they got their HEA. This is a must read!!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
angela fox
I had so much FUN reading this book I was not ready for it to end. I laughed my way through it until I cried. Fresh characters who are easy to like and get to know and ones you want to know more of and hope to find in future books. Kiersten gets promoted and as Cole's executive assistant she is now at his beck and all 24 hours a day or at least that is what he thinks and demands. She and her roommates win the Lotto and now they no longer need to work but what starts as a drunk text turns into an all out competition to see who will win the Termination Pool and when she will get fired. Watching these two go at it kept the pages turning faster than I realized and I laughed my way through the afternoon and evening (and was almost late for work)! I definitely recommend this one!!!

**Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
niki
Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.
This is hands down one of the best books that I have read in a very long time. I didn't want to put it down. This is the story of a woman named Kirsten who is the personal assistant to a very, very wealthy Cole Harrison. She does everything for him and is on call pretty much 24/7. After winning a substantial amount of money she decides that instead of quitting she'll have some fun with her boss first and try to get fired instead. That way it's a little bit of payback and she'll receive a nice severance package too. The things that she says and does are so out of character for her. I can't even tell you how many times I was reading and would start giggling out loud. I was able to vividly imagine all the scenarios. GREAT book. I hope they make a movie from this book.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
jenny schuerholz
LOVED this book! It made me smile and laugh, while pulling for the characters and feeling totally invested in their story. I love Kiersten and her creative approach to revenge - I'm sure that anyone who has ever working for a overbearing taskmaster can sympathize with her and has probably fantasied about some of her antics. Cole is the overbearing taskmaster and all around pompous ass who doesn't know what to do when Kiersten starts her antics. Some of Kiersten's antics were inspired and creative.

If, as they say, revenge is a dish best served cold, than this novel is positively delicious! It's the perfect read when you want a lighter story that will make you laugh out loud. Fans of the genre will love this novel and should put it at the top of their TBR list. The author is on my must read authors' list.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
doblemdesign
oh my goodness. my friend recommended this and i am so glad she did! i am not a laugh out loud person. when i say a book makes me laugh, it's really a smile or a laugh in my head, it's rarely an actual laugh. this book made me actually laugh out loud, several times. this is a romance so if that's not your jam, stay away. but honestly, it's not *that* sexy so unless you're a total prude/heart of stone, you might enjoy it. basically it's a hate to love story, in the challenge of who can blink first they.. well, i'm sure you can guess, you do know what you're reading, right?. it's not overly dramatic or angsty but it's not boring either. this is such a cute, light, quick story and i highly recommend it. i thought it was delightful. i received my copy from netgalley but i will be buying a copy of my own.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
nancy chadwick
The writing was amazingly fluid and showed the author's ability to write perfection! This book was laugh-out loud funny and commanded my attention throughout. Although the plot by Exective Assistant, Kiersten, to throw a wrench into her demanding & overbearing Boss's day-to-day life was a success - getting there was ALL the fun (pun intended)! The development of the characters was good in providing explanation for why each behaved the way they did throughout the story, and gave a very satisfying HEA ending. Great book! I'd love to read others about Brooks, Harrison, Cass & Izzy, intertwined friends from this book.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
stos
When Cole Harrington's perfect personal assistant, Kristen Abbott starts trying to get herself fired, Cole is perplexed. What he doesn't know is that she's just won 69 million in Lotto. The whole office is betting on who will crack first, and Cole is not going to lose. The worse Kristen behaved, the more things heated up between them.
This was such a fun read that I just couldn't put it down. I have never laughed so much while reading a book as I did reading this one. The spin in boss/secretary romance is original and enjoyable.
I would definitely recommend this book to all and I look forward to reading more in the series.
I have voluntarily read and reviewed the arc from Netgalley.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
michael shaw
Very cute, funny story. Kiersten went into her boss' office as an assistant to his personal assistant and came out the personal assistant to a very douche-y CEO, well hard to handle for the most part. Kiersten put up with his unreasonable demands because the job paid well and she like necessary luxuries like rent, food, that kind of niceties, but when she and her friends win the lottery well the was quite as needed. The hilarious ways she tried to get fired plus the mundane job Cole gave her in hopes she'd quit, after all employment contracts made firing an employee that much harder. I found myself laughing out loud at some of the antics!

I volunteered to review an ARC of this book
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
marinda schutte
Wow, what a fun, heartwarming book. The things Kiersten did to get Cole to fire her were pretty hilarious and some pretty inventive. At first you really could not like Cole but believe me will grow on you. I won't tell you what happens but here are some hints: Amish, strip club, pigs, oh the list goes on. I hope your curiosity is peaked because believe me it will be worth your time to read this book. I have little doubt you will enjoy it as much as I did.
Kira Archer is a new to me author but I guarantee I will be finding more of her books to read. I received a copy on Net Galley for honest review, it's always my pleasure when I can honestly say I thoroughly enjoyed a book.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
irene imboden
Awesome contemporary billionaire romance with lots of humor. The author did a great job humanizing the characters in this story. Cole worked hard for his money and doesn't appreciate woman seeing his wealth and not him. He and his friends are humorous when being gently cut down by Cole's new assistant Kiersten. She starts a campaign to see how far she can push her to fire her and he pushes her back so she'll quit. It makes them see a different side of the other. I enjoyed the banter as well. I received a complementary copy of this book and chose to write a review. I Very much look forward to reading future books by Ms. Archer.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
emily machum
Wow! Funniest dialogue and most unique storyline I've read all year... That's more than 200 books. Absolutely loved this one and it was my first time Reading this author. Take a chance like me. You won't be sorry!

69 Million Things I Hate About You is hilarious and fresh. Characters are well-developed. It's well written and just flows. I didn't want to put it down!! Definitely recommend this one to everyone who lives romance, wit, snappy banter, laughing out loud, and happily ever afters. 5 stars

~Complimentary copy downloaded from NetGalley. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
maziyar
Such a hilarious book!! This was so much fun to read that my face still hurts from it. I loved that this was light hearted and amusing, it wasn’t angst, dark and filled with drama. It was simply perfect and I enjoyed every second of it.

Who hasn’t dreamt of winning the lottery and giving it back good to there pushy boss in order to be fired and win a bet and give it back good Kiersten does, her plan has one problem though Cole quickly realizes what’s going on and is determined not to fire her and let her win.

I voluntarily reviewed a advanced readers copy of this book via NetGalley
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
tshapiro01
This was so fun to read! The ongoing one-upmanship between Cole and Kirsten was so entertaining it was pure bliss to read! It was a fantastic twist to the usual billionaire and assistant romance that it may be time to invent its own trope. While Cole and Kristen may entertain readers with their shenanigans, it doesn't take away from the romance that was brewing between them. In fact, the art of flirting was definitely put to​ good use by these two delightful characters and their ever-present BFF sidekicks! I hope there is more from these bunch of characters in the works!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
beth sacks
Oh my goodness how I loved this story! There are so many downright laugh out loud moments with the antics they pull on one another as well as the scenes with their friends. Keirsten and Cole used their friends in their pranks and I think it helped me like the book much more. The book was hilarious, sweet and sexy, and love. I cannot wait for more in this series thanks to the in depth reveal of the supporting characters and their personalities. This will be so very good!

I received this book in exchange for an honest review from the publisher through Netgalley.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
cherina
An engaging modern day love story day love story/comedy that I found absolutely delightful. The female main character along with two friends have netted $69 million each after winning the lottery. Before claiming the money, she tries, unsuccessfully, to have her boss fire her. Her tricks only make her more desirable to her boss who had become aware she wants to be fired but not the reason why.

I have rated this book 4.5 stars and recommend it if you enjoy a light-hearted story.

I obtained a ARC from Netgalley for my unbiased review.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
tric
Kierston falls into her demanding PA job, then wins the lottery. Her boss Cole has a reputation of firing every assitant so when Kierston takes the position the office pool starts. It doesn't take him ing to find out about. Let the games begin, he wants her to suit and she wants him to fire her. I was cracking up watching them run circles around each other and one upping each other.
If you are looking for a fast cute, funny, romantic read this is it!

** I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
nicholas rubin
One of the most entertaining books I've read this year! Hilariously funny with some amazing characters. I hope we are going to see some of theses secondary characters in the future!! The overall story is fresh and interesting with a quick easy flow. Seriously everything about this one will leave you smiling. From the names Cole comes up with for Kiersten to the office antics and Kiersten's day out with Cole's mother you will be laughing so hard you'll have tears in your eyes.

This is an absolute must read! I highly recommend it.
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