Jane Williams couldnít ask for a better
life. She has a wonderful job as a social coordinator to a
top-notch, well-known company; her two best friends are also
her roommates and she has a sexy attorney boyfriend by the
name of Dean Billings, whose father just happens to be a
Senator. Who could ask for anything more? Everything was
perfect until Janeís nemesis uncovers her most embarrassing
secret and sets out to ruin Janeís happiness by exposing it to
Dean - which in turn causes major havoc between Jane and
Dean. Determined to seek vengeance, Jane turns the table
against her rival.
Readers, you are in for a triple treat
with Fierce Competition because the secondary
characterís (Janeís two roommates) relationships are just as
important and vital to this plot as Jane and Deanís story.
Each romance was a unique, unexpected, easy-flowing
experience. I was never confused nor did I lose sight of Jane
and Dean as the main couple within Fierce Competition.
As expected, Jane and Deanís romantic rapport was the most
complicated. There were times where I wanted to band their
heads together and ask if they understood the meaning of
communication. Ugh! But, hey, I know that drama is the best
ingredient in crafting a sizzling storyline. Overall, I
enjoyed reading Fierce Competition.