Author: Vi Keeland

Bossman by Vi Keeland

Posted July 25, 2016 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Bossman by Vi Keeland

So I was really introduced to Vi Keeland through Penelope Ward, and can I just say I loved their collaboration, so when I saw this book pop up while I was looking for my next book to read, I was really excited about it. I’m actually a really big fan of work place romance, I think mainly because it gives both more reasons for the characters to interact with each other more often and there is the whole forbidden should we keep this hidden element to it all. But honestly what pulled me into this book was the very beginning, the crappy date. I think most people can totally relate to having a crappy date and wanting a way out. But this was such an awesome way to meet someone, I mean Chase totally calls her out for trying to come up with an emergency to bail on this horrible date, and then when he joins her on her horrible date and the two of them start telling these ridiculous made up stories about each other, well it sealed it for me. I wanted these two to get together and I wanted it to be awesome. So of course when Reese ends up working for Chase’s company they still have this kind of great dynamic. And what I really liked it how much Chase tried to convince Reese that he wanted to be with her, and followed along with all her little rules about not saying certain during certain hours, […]

Stuck Up Suit by Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward

Posted May 7, 2016 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Stuck Up Suit by Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward

I don’t know why, but honestly, romances that start where the main characters have contact with each other but yet never really interact in person are like my new favorite thing. I think it has something to do with the character development that is forced to take place without personal interaction, and it also makes it the moment when the two characters start to interact in person all the more exciting and almost suspenseful. I actually really like the characters in this book, both of them, I think because they weren’t like super nice, typical, boring people, they were both very unique and sometimes not necessarily enjoyable to be around, but I think that ended up making them more authentic. Soraya is kind of awesome. I kind of loved her. She’s got tattoos and a personality that is sometimes abrasive, but she doesn’t anything from anyone and I love that about her. I love a girl who can stand on her own and push back when she needs to. She’s also a really person, from her close relationships with her friends, to how she only wants the best for Graham when the two of them finally get together. She tries to make the right decisions for everyone, not just herself, even if that means she has to endure some pain. She’s the kind of girl I would want to be friends with without a doubt. Now as for Graham, he’s kind of a jerk, and I’m a little mortified that […]