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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Boss is a work of contemporary romance that forms the first novel of the Game Changer series, and it was penned by author Deborah Armstrong. In this passionate but also heartwarming romantic tale, the events center around our heroine Dr. Jules Montgomery and the titular Boss – a tough guy whom she meets on a night when she wants to pretend that she has a boyfriend just for one night. The pair reunite several years later when Jules has a lovely little girl in tow, but knowing each other in the real world is far from the fantasy they once shared. So begins a tale of real romantic bonding in a complicated world.
One of the things which impressed me most about author Deborah Armstrong was her attention to detail in the realistic motivation of her characters when they act. So many romance novels simply fit the mold and follow the plot with characters whose actions we might not buy into, but Boss and Jules both follow their own realistic agendas. That it makes it all the more complex as their feelings for one another grow and change with the circumstances of the plot. This results in a highly emotive but also relatable storyline which grounds the romance and makes the characters feel like real people whose dramas, highs and lows we can follow passionately. The dialogue smacks of reality, for not everything is happy in love, and overall this makes Boss one of the most satisfying romance reads for me, and a promising start to a new series.