Nelson and her best friend Christian come up with a plan for
her to get pregnant with little fuss. The company rule
about employees not dating would not be an issue because no
one would see them together. After too many drinks, Chris
forgets to impart an important piece of information to Carly.
She ends up in bed with sexy, top shelf alpha male, Nick
Mueller. It would be an ideal situation if Nick wasnít
their boss! Things get stickier as Nick tries to figure out
what is going on. Carly and Chris are caught in the middle
and time is running out.
fulfill her desire to become a mom? Will she and Chris both
lose their jobs once Nick learns the truth? And will there
be a HEA for Carly and Nick in the midst of all the chaos?
I was dying
to know, which means I could not stop reading
Fulfillment. I wasnít certain where the story was
headed because Ms. Zant is brilliant at pacing and
delivery. You donít know whatís going on until she allows
you to. There is no bait and switch except for the
circumstances that the characters find themselves in. Carly
and Chris are total BFFL, and are so believable that you
know that youíve seen them somewhere before. Nick is a
no-nonsense type which is why it was difficult to believe
that he wasnít more ticked off when he finds out what has
happened. But considering the description of the searing
hot sex he has with Carly, I can see why he was so
malleable; good loving will sometimes do that to a man. In
a romance story, it is de rigueur.
Fulfillment is funny and sassy. The plot
moves along smoothly and has enough twists that you wonít
encounter a dull moment. Carly and Nick are sometimes
vulnerable and awkward which makes them likeable. Chris is
comic relief and devoted to Carly. This story has elements
of passion gone awry (in a good way), friendship and quirk.
I recommend it to anyone who enjoys contemporary romance
with loads of hijinks.