Sleeping With Her Enemy (49th Floor)

 
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He'll complicate all her plans...
 
Amy Morrison is supposed to be at her wedding. But when her husband-to-be jilts her at the altar, a distraught Amy runs to the only place she feels safe--her office. Besides, everyone who works on her floor is at her wedding...except him. Dax Harris. Playboy, executive, and Amy's official office enemy.
 
While he and Amy don't see eye-to-eye on the best of days, Dax can't help but feel badly when he sees Amy mid-meltdown. Next thing he knows, he's gotten her good and drunk, and they're making out like two  teenagers. And since neither of them want anything serious, why shouldn't they be frenemies-with-benefits? Because there is no possible way they could ever fall for each other...

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Each book in the 49th Floor series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order. 

Series Order:

Book #1 Saving the CEO
He's making a list...and breaking every rule on it
 
"Jenny Holiday has written the perfect sweet & sexy holiday miracle. A truly enjoyable read." ~ USA Today bestselling author Jessica Scott.

Book #2 Sleeping With Her Enemy
He'll complicate all her plans
 
...the perfect blend of sweet and sexy, all presented with Holiday's fantastically funny wit and spot-on profound observations about human behavior, social expectation, and the way we fall in love. ~Heroes and Heartbreakers

Book #3 The Engagement Game
What's a little blackmail between friends?
 
My kindle almost burst into flames. Hot damn. ~The Romance Reviews
 
Book #4 His Heart's Revenge
May the best man win.

There are plenty moments of angst here, but the happy bits? Oh, the happy bits are the best...I totally swooned, I won't lie. ~The Good, The Bad and the Unread

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...the perfect blend of sweet and sexy, all presented with Holiday's fantastically funny wit and spot-on profound observations about human behavior, social expectation, and the way we fall in love. ~Heroes and Heartbreakers

"Thank you for writing this funny, modern story that doesn't settle for stereotypes or cheap laughs." ~ Dear Author (A recommended read and best of 2015 book)

The second addition to the 49th Floor trilogy will produce more than a few belly laughs and will make one think about what true love and fate really mean, or if they even exit. We've all heard that everything supposedly happens for a reason, but true-to-life heroine Amy explores the concept in her romance with Dax. Amy is an extremely likeable character who comes through loud and clear thanks to Holiday's skill, and it's a lot of fun to follow alongside her romantic journey. ~RT Book Reviews

I pretty much enjoyed everything about this romance. It has a perfect mix of angst and humor, seriousness and sexy times. The romance builds at a nice pace and there is no insta-love. Dax and Amy are both interesting and fully fleshed out. If you're looking for a fun read that you can gobble up in one sitting then this one is for you. I can't wait to read more by this author. ~Fiction Vixen

There was a great balance of chemistry, romance, friendship, and banter that will keep readers entertained. So if you are looking for another great friends/enemy lover type of stories then this book is a must read. ~Four Chicks Flipping Pages

I really enjoyed following Dax and Amy as the moved from annoyance & denial to lust & friendship and finally to love. I loved that Holiday didn't rush the journey, allowing hesitations and second thoughts. Amy and Dax can't seem to stop kissing, but they take the time to become friends before they finally have sex. ~The Immersed Reader

Amy Morrison was amazing!!!  I totally loved her.  I also loved Dax's sister, Kat, and his family.  There were so close to perfect you wanted them to be yours, but had enough "family drama" that kept them real. ~Bitten by Romance

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story.  Contemporary romance is not usually my genre of choice, but I just couldn't resist the "enemies to lovers" theme that the blurb mentioned.  Amy and Dax are both really interesting and likable characters.  They are hard workers who are successful in their respective fields.  I adore capable characters in my romance novels! ~Feminist Fairy Tale Reviews

Dax is a good guy, exactly what a woman who's just been left at the altar needs. He's had his share of heartbreak, and he's spent most of his adult life commitment-free, but he knows exactly who he is and he doesn't apologize for any of it. I love that in a person. He takes it upon himself to help her get over the breakup, and boy does he ever. ~Smut Matters

The characters were easy to warm to, each with their own distinct and likeable personalities. Each had their own issues that they worked out maturely. I also enjoyed their lively banter which suited my sense of humor. The supporting cast of characters were all great, with Cassie and Jack making cameo appearances. I also loved Dax's family to bits. They were hilarious while offering Dax some cold hard truths. Through all the humor and sarcasm, both Dax and Amy showed their vulnerable sides, learning valuable relationship lessons, coming to their senses in the nick of time, and Dax's declaration of love at the end was really sweet. ~Scandalicious Book Reviews

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