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This is the romantic office comedy that human resources warned you about. Florida resident Rebecca Blake works as an assistant to a group of psychologists. She is strikingly beautiful and athletic. People see her as a nice, likable girl who is fine in her role but who could never really aspire to more at the company. Rebecca is told in her performance review that in order to get promoted, she is going to have to work on her credibility. As part of her career development plan, she is sent to a behavioral training course (nicknamed 'Club Detention') at company headquarters in Virginia. In error, she is partnered with Foster Diamond, who has the highest intelligence scores in the company. Even though he is a genius, Foster has own issues around interpersonal skills, attitude and his perception overall. Rebecca and Foster have nothing in common, but between his weakness for her beauty and her admiration of his intellect, they forge an unlikely bond. During the course they find that by pooling their respective strengths, they may be able to improve their careers. Sooner rather than later, their startling natural chemistry begins to take their partnership in another direction, and they must face their glaring differences or part ways.

I am on the fence about whether or not I like this book.  It was an interesting enough read though. 


  1. I've had that reaction to some books before. It's not that I hated them but I also didn't love them either. WeekendsInMaine

  2. The cover's pretty, and the summary looking interesting. I wonder how the title fits into the story.

  3. It sounds interesting but I often have that reaction to books. There's usually nothing objectively wrong with the story but it just doesn't grab me for whatever reason.

  4. As long as it was interesting! I have to say, from the cover, I would NEVER guess it was a romantic office comedy.


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