Book Review: Seven Days with Her Boss by Penny Wylder




Title: Seven Days with Her Boss
Author: Penny Wylder
Publication: April 18th 2017
Pages: 103 pages

My boss controls everything I do. And I’m starting to love it.
When I messed up my boss’s huge presentation and lost him his biggest client, I was sure I was done for. I need this job more than anything—without it, I’ve got nothing.
So when he told me to get on my knees and beg to keep working for him… I did it.
I blushed furiously, but I did it.
That was the start of the end.
My boss says he won’t fire me on one condition…
I’ve got to live with him for one week while I prove to him I can listen. That I can behave.
If it sounds dirty, it’s because it is.
This isn’t a normal job training exercise—this is him proving he controls me.
All I wanted to do was keep my job. Now I’m crawling on all fours, wearing what he tells me to, and bending over every piece of furniture in his house so he can punish me for my mistakes. Mistakes I’m starting to make on purpose.
Why is this perverted stuff turning me on, changing who I am?
And after seven days of this… will I ever be the same again?

This is a standalone novella with a HEA and NO cheating!
Penny Wylder writes just that– wild romances. Happily Ever Afters are always better when they’re a little dirty, so if you’re looking for a page turner that will make you feel naughty in all the right places, jump right in and leave your panties at the door!


I love Penny Wylder and in my future blog posts, you’ll be seeing a lot more reviews from me about her books because she’s one of my favourite indie authors but this book was a major disappointment.

I understand the dynamics of a dominant relationship and the forbidden romance of a boss and a secretary but seriously? I would call HR on his ass if my boss decided to “teach me” to become a better employee by telling me to go on my knees and strip for him. It was just too rushed into it, with no ease for readers so it felt very wrong in a very bad way instead of a very good way.

Penny Wylder attempts to reason with readers on why characters are the way that they are and it’s touching to know that characters come from less than perfect backgrounds and face immense problems while still trying to be the best version of themselves.

But really? I am frightened at how easily submissive our main heroine is and her without a second thought of maybe my boss shouldn’t tell me to strip and I strip without reconsideration.

My Recommendation

Read her other books.


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