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Cruise director Michaela Western has everything she wants--everything except a sex life. But there are no secrets on cruise ships. She risked her job once for a dalliance with the Captain, and won't do it again for a few minutes of toe-curling pleasure. Until a devilishly handsome new staffer with a body made for sin tempts her to walk on the wild side...Investment billionCruise director Michaela Western has everything she wants--everything except a sex life. But there are no secrets on cruise ships. She risked her job once for a dalliance with the Captain, and won't do it again for a few minutes of toe-curling pleasure. Until a devilishly handsome new staffer with a body made for sin tempts her to walk on the wild side...Investment billionaire Dylan Johns always gets what he wants. He is used to giving orders--not taking them--until he's forced to go on hiatus from his investment company. To bide his time and carry out an old dream, he takes a job on a cruise ship--and ends up taking orders from his gorgeous, but uptight, new boss. He is determined to loosen her up with a fun onboard romance, but their no-strings fling turns serious and Dylan is forced to confess his lies.When the affair threatens to shatter Michaela's own career dreams, she finds herself caught between the devil and the deep blue sea....

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the boss and her billionaire Reviews

  • Floe (TheRandomFlo)
    2018-10-18 21:19

    WOW! This book is packed with fun and excitement. I like the fact that it is written in a narratice way so we get the best of both worlds. Hah! Dylan is a billionaire who was forced to take a holiday by his brother. His idea of a holiday is to be a dancer in a cruise ship for 3 months where he met Michaela, the cruise director. I love Michaela's character strong and independent but strong women had weaknesses too, for example MEN. Dylan is the last person Michaela needs, she is too focused on being the best cruise director. She has a reputation to protect and the pressure of being the only woman-cruise director on the entire fleet of Adventurer Cruise. But the waves are too strong, they are drown to each other. Love this book, fast paced and the excitement is endless. Very well recommended to everyone especially to readers who are a fan of romances on cruise. Happy reading.

  • Jana
    2018-11-06 19:02

    Also posted: http://jana-thebookgoddess.blogspot.c...When I first heard about this, I was like HELL YES. I mean, have you read the book's summary? Cruise ship, no strings fling that turns serious, and fun onboard romance? Yes please! Now, after I finished this read, I wasn't blown away by it, but it was still very enjoyable to read.The characters do take a little time to warm to them and I have to admit by the very end, I still wasn't very interested in them. I liked them enough to want to continue reading, but nothing special. Out of all of the Indulgence lines from Entangled that I've read, this is probably my least favourite. I don't know whether it's the plot itself or the characters I couldn't connect or sympathize with, but I just wasn't feeling it, unfortunately.I also thought the misunderstanding/miscommunication throughout was just too easy and doesn't make for an exciting read.The writing was very good. I couldn't put this book down even though I didn't like it that much. I give props to authors who make me want to continue reading, and I read this in one sitting only. Granted it was short, but I'm easily distracted so that's also saying something.If you're looking for an adult short read with very lovely written steamy scenes, then I recommend The Boss and her Billionaire.

  • Cocktails and Books
    2018-11-06 17:11

    Billionaire CEO Dylan Johns is forced to take an extended vacation when his older brother comes home and decides he needs Dylan gone so he can fix his marriage and start running the family investment company he walked away from. Deciding he isn't the type who can relax and lounge on a beach with a book, Dylan instead auditions to be a dancer on a cruise ship. While he has no professional experience as a dancer, he's able to improvise and land a spot with the ship's entertainment team.Michaela Western is trying to prove to herself, the ship's captain and anyone else who will notice that she's good at being a Cruise Director. As the only female cruise director in the company, she's finding it difficult to show how good she is when the ship's captain, a man she had an ill fated affair with, is destined to keep her under his thumb. It's not until she meets one of the new dancers, Dylan, that she starts to realizes there is more to her than she thinks.Dylan has a way of melting the icy from the cool Michaela. He shows her the only person she has to prove her worth to is herself. While he's teaching her that lesson, he's also helping her let loose and have some fun...something that was lacking in her life. But Dylan was also learning that maybe all his preconceived notions about relationships and love aren't what he thought. Michaela and Dylan both had to learn to let go of what happened to them in the past and figure out what was truly important to them. It wasn't easy for either of them, but they eventually got it figured out.This was a cute, if somewhat predicable, story. While I may have known where it was going, getting to Dylan and Michaela's happily ever after was worth it.

  • Lauren at Live Read and Breathe Reviews
    2018-10-29 20:19

    So with this book. I am sorry to give it a low review but from the beginning I was not hooked and felt the story hard to believe. A financial guy who is a secret dancer. This story had so much potential but I was unfortunately let down. I also think the side story of the sister in law could have easily been dropped as it did not really help me with the characters growth. I see that others have given this book great reviews so I am just one opinion. Sorry

  • Jenna
    2018-10-25 16:06

    I think I've just read too many books that are similar and this one seemed too fast paced. It didn't dive into many deep issues or anything and I thought it was too cheesy and boring for me.

  • Tash
    2018-11-03 18:55

    Reviewed for Confessions From RomaholicsTo see review at ConfessionsMs. de Winton’s debut takes the undercover tycoon to new level. Dylan Johns has been dragged into another fight between his big brother Brian and his wife Lilly. As usual, Dylan Johns rescues Lily as he has been doing for the past 10 years. Therefore, he makes the decision that Brian, his big brother, will head the company with his mother for the next three months and Dylan will have the chance to live his dreams as a dancer.Ten years ago Dylan was all set to go to dance school in New Zealand, but Brian’s problems meant he went instead to business school and took over the company from his mother and now heads the company in Sydney. He has one clear ideal: no marriage after the firsthand view of Brian and Lilly’s marriage which involved a number of mistresses. Lilly would marry him in a heartbeat if she could. His mother and father’s marriage wasn’t ideal because his father died when he was about eight .Michalea Western is the only female cruise director on Adventurer Cruises and has worked hard to reach the position. After six years in the cruise industry, she is one step from a head office job but she has one problem. The affair she had with the captain whose wife is at head office. The captain is holding it over her which has lead to 13 months of no sex despite the teasing of Felicity her best friend on board.As she prepares the staff for the latest cruise and a dancer catches her eye, Michaela is torn: she clearly doesn’t want another romance to affect her chances and makes the decision to make an announcement that there will be no romances on board, which the captain doesn’t like. She is about to get another dressing down from the captain because she didn’t like him taking over when she was about to give her commencement speech. When the dancer she had eyes on comes and save her, it is the start of a beautiful relationship.The dancer is no other than Dylan who has been hired as part of the entertainment staff and soon is being talked about amongst the dancer team who think he’s hot and gay. Enter upright Michaela who is looking in on the full dress rehearsal to make sure everything is all right for opening night and thanking the team when Dylan decides to kiss Michaela on the lips after some dancing.Boom! Magic occurs and there is growing tension between them, but Michaela is still uptight until Dylan starts to gain the attention of the female passengers and further drags Michaela into his dancing. Michaela tries to deter him by scheduling him to the point that he is pretty much busy all day. One day of this, though, and Dylan comes to Michaela and they both finally succumb to their attraction.They have a series of problems, try a passenger claiming an affair with Michaela, and Michaela having trouble with the captain and trying to keep it a secret. But when the biggest problem arises with Dylan‘s family and he leaves without any warning and at the same time Michaela is offered a job at head office, we see the couple going their separate ways … but will they get back together?I say this was interesting, in fact, all the recent Indulgence books I’ve read from Entangled had interesting takes on old storylines or modern updates on the plots. This one was a update on the old rich guy going undercover with a twist. Dylan Johns just did not reveal his true job, but he was honest about everything else in his life. Therefore, I liked the update on that as we usually see the main male character undercover in his own workplace or to get away from it all and going under some assumed name. Same with the update for the main female character—Michaela with her being the boss, which I found an interesting concept and a plus factor for this book.I have to give the book 4 couples. The reason why I didn’t give it a perfect 5 is because of what happens to one character. I won’t say who and what happens, but to me it was really obvious. I do like a bit of surprise and this wasn’t and the excuse for it—please! was a bit light too. Otherwise, it was a great debut and another book to recommend for category romance fans.

  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    2018-10-21 16:59

    Slick's review posted on Guilty PleasuresWhen I read the synopsis of this book, it was an automatic “must read” for me. Being a cruise lover, a romance novel that takes place among the staff of a cruise ship, there was no doubt I’d enjoy it and I did. Michele de Winton is a new to me author but after reading The Boss and Her Billionaire, I’ll be checking out her other offerings soon.Dylan Johns needs to get away from his current life. He sees an opportunity to audition as a dancer for a cruise line. Because he had to give up his dream of dance school and dance as a profession, he seizes the opportunity and soon finds himself employed as a dancer. No one knows his background and the ship is the perfect place for him to “get away” for the next three months.Michaela Winters is the only woman cruise director in the company. She’s tough but fair and has a reputation as a task master. She’s also trying to recover from an affair with the captain. When Dylan appears on her ship the attraction is immediate but she has no intentions of getting involved with a fellow crew member again.It was fun imagining this relationship taking place on a busy cruise ship with the non-stop activity and the very busy schedule that the crew maintains. Because I’ve been on a “behind the scenes” tour of a ship, the description of the staff canteen and living quarters were fairly accurate which I greatly appreciated.Both Dylan and Michaela are career driven so it was no surprise when their careers got in the way of their personal relationship. When Dylan leaves the ship sooner than expected, I was curious if and how they’d wind up back together. The author did a good job of moving the story and making the move believable.What I loved most about this story is that both characters really listened to the other one. They didn’t judge, they offered advice, and they encouraged the other to live their dreams and not be afraid to go after everything they wanted out of life. How can you not want to read a book with that type of message?

  • Toula
    2018-10-26 20:04

    This story starts in an office with 2 brothers and a wife.This story starts out in Dylan office with his brothers wife crying her heart out . In walks the brother who left the company and the wife .Billionaire CEO Dylan Johns is forced to take an extended vacation when his older brother comes home and decides he needs Dylan gone so he can fix his marriage and start running the family investment company he walked away from. Deciding he isn't the type who can relax and lounge on a beach with a book, Dylan instead auditions to be a dancer on a cruise ship. While he has no professional experience as a dancer, he's able to improvise and land a spot with the ship's entertainment team. His mother use to dance and he loved it . he decided that he would do if for 3 months and then go back. Michaela Western is trying to prove to herself, the ship's captain and anyone else who will notice that she's good at being a Cruise Director. As the only female cruise director in the company, she's finding it difficult to show how good she is when the ship's captain, a man she had an ill fated affair with, is destined to keep her under his thumb. It's not until she meets one of the new dancers, Dylan, that she starts to realizes there is more to her than she thinks. They have a long get to know each other on deck . She opens up to him which she never does . He tells her some things to help her .They get it on which was great. Meanwhile Dylan is the man all the women on the ship want , young and old .Michaela and Dylan both had to learn to let go of what happened to them in the past and figure out what was truly important to them. It wasn't easy for either of them, but they eventually got it figured out.something happens and Dylan has to go back to the family business , something with his mom and his brother .Michaela gets a promotion and she moves to Sydney. There is changes to her body also. One day both Dylan and her run into each other . its a fantastic read full of surprises . Get it and find out do they get together , what changes happen. Where does the sister-in-law fit in

  • Jennifer (random jendsmit)
    2018-10-26 19:17

    In a nut shell: liked it | great chemistry | easy read | good characters | a little bit of emotion | a little bit of dramaMy Rating: 3.5 starsDetails: I enjoyed this book. It was a nicely written quick tropical escape. The characters are really well written, their stories are fleshed out nicely and they are fantastic together. I love the backgroundish stuff you learn about each character. I like seeing them separate and I loved the different POVs used throughout the book.I read this book in two evenings – so maybe 6 hours total… I loved the drama going on with Dylan! Really who am I kidding – I loved Dylan. Plain simple period… loved him! I loved so much about him, but I loved everything about Michaela! She is just the best – strong, straight shooting, doesn’t take shit, scared, emotional, observant, oblivious, funny, witty, FANTASTIC! I just really enjoyed her. So really… I like the characters and the story told by Michele. It was really fun to read about people outside of the USA. I loved that this story is focused around different ports of call for this cruise! Um Vanuatu … yeah that’s now a place that is on my bucket list! That is my FAVORITE part of the book!! I love the confidence Michaela has and Dylan… holy hot damn!!!!!!!!! This whole part is steamy and perfect and **shivers** woooooooooooo it’s hot and sexy!

  • Melissa Maxwell
    2018-11-04 18:20

    I really liked the book though it was a bit predictable. Michaela is a workaholic cruise director with a steeled heart. Dylan is a workaholic with love for family but with a disbelief in love and Happily Ever After. In order to help his brother and sister in law try to reconnect he needs to leave for three months to allow them to solve their problems. Dylan a former dancer joins a cruise ship as a dancer to keep his mind and body busy. Michaela and Dylan are instantly attracted to each other but she tries to keep her distance because of a bad relationship with the captain. The romance blooms but their is always storm clouds brewing in the distance. What will happen when the cruise is no longer keeping them together.The book was good but the supporting characters were a bit lacking. I mean Lily was so weak along with Brian. I was hoping for some good ending there but sadly no. Lily needs a happily ever after.

  • Jessica ♡~ Book&Coffee Lover ~♡
    2018-10-22 13:58

    Entangled Publishing did it again! They have taken another GREAT author on board.First book by Michele de Winton and i'm sure it isn't gonna be the last one, the caracters in this book were just great.. Michaela was in the eyes of many people just like a iceberg, so avoid her at all costs, Dylan on the other hand had something totally diverent in his mind :) In the end they both showed eachother that there is more to life than work.. Would have loved to see a Epilogue in the end.. OR maybe a second book?! To let us know what is happening after there last dinner ;)

  • Dina Bushrod
    2018-11-13 17:02

    We have a young woman climbing up the ranks of a male dominated career choice. Because of a badly chosen indiscretion with her boss, she has turned herself into a cold hard task master. Into this comes a man who has worked 24/7 to keep his mothers business afloat, a job his philandering brother has left behind; leaving his wife and children as well. The brother has now returned begging to be given a chance to show he has changed. He wants to believe him so he's talked into a 3 month vacation. While trying to work this out in his head he spy's a job bulletin for a dancer position, (something he worked hard for and has always wanted, but gave up to take over the family business) on a cruise ship. Okay, that's the background. Now I don't do spoilers so you'll have to get this great romance story to learn how the seemingly cold cruise director and the dancing incognito billionaire work out their differences and act on their hot attraction to each other. When your this attracted to each other can unexpected obstacles keep you apart, or can they make you stronger; will eventual separation, family, new jobs, and surprises keep you from knowing if love is even possible. I recommend this book to all lovers of Contemporary Romance

  • Menna
    2018-11-10 18:54

    I loved the book so much It was light and relaxed and a nice romantic flowGave me an amazing vibe and got me out of my bad mood.Looking forward to the second book

  • Evie
    2018-10-26 21:15

    3.5 starsMichaela is a hard working woman, her sight is set at the top of the corporate ladder. She has no time for relationships, or sex even. Really, that is at the bottom of her priorities if that. She can almost taste her triumph, she knows it's just a matter of months or another year even before she can prove anyone who's a male how a woman like her can make it to the top and do a job a thousand times better than a man can. All is great and good until she meets Dylan, a new dancer in her crew. Then, her list of priorities change. Her career is still number one on the list, but so is the possibility of love, and a family. The problem is the guy she wants, Dylan, is only in for three months and no longer. Dylan is a billionaire, who is forced to take a three months leave from work. He accedes to step away and leave everything on the hands of his brother, as long as that means his brother, Brian, really makes things work with his wife and kids. Dylan's passion has been dancing, and he's never acted on it because the family business is at the top of his priorities list-- well, that was true until now. So he lies his way into an audition, next thing he knows he lands the gig as a dancer in a cruise ship. All is great, until he realizes everyone thinks he's gay. Then to prove he's not, he kisses no other than the cruise director, who just so happens to be his boss. Like Michaela, Dylan does not want a relationship, or ever to get married. He's just in for the fun, until he realizes, Michaela is all he needs. Overall, I thought this was a sweet romance. The dialogue was funny at times, and although the story keept my attention, it seemed to slow a bit at times. This story is perfect for anyone who likes a good sweet romances with very little steam.Blurb:He threw her inhibitions overboard.Cruise director Michaela Western has everything she wants—everything except a sex life. But there are no secrets on cruise ships. She risked her job once for a dalliance with the Captain, and won’t do it again for a few minutes of toe-curling pleasure. Until a devilishly handsome new staffer with a body made for sin tempts her to walk on the wild side...Investment billionaire Dylan Johns always gets what he wants. He is used to giving orders—not taking them—until he’s forced to go on hiatus from his investment company. To bide his time and carry out an old dream, he takes a job on a cruise ship—and ends up taking orders from his gorgeous, but uptight, new boss. He is determined to loosen her up with a fun onboard romance, but their no-strings fling turns serious and Dylan is forced to confess his lies. When the affair threatens to shatter Michaela’s own career dreams, she finds herself caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.

  • Angie
    2018-10-30 18:15

    I received an ARC through NetGalley.The Boss and Her Billionaire has a fun premise, but it really didn't work out for me. Dylan needs a vacation, but instead of just going, he decides to join the dance crew for the local cruise line. It's there he meets Michaela, the cruise director and his boss's boss. There's an immediate attraction there, but then she states that hanky-panky between staff members is frowned upon. That doesn't stop him though, even when she assumes that he's gay. Obviously the two have to start a love affair, but what happens when Dylan goes back to his real life?I totally loved the idea of a billionaire (temporarily) leaving his job to chase his long lost dream of being a dancer! Unfortunately, I never bought his reason for going. It's not so much that he needs a vacation, but that his jerk of a brother guilts him into going so that he can work things out with his wife. Because how is suppose to fix things when she keeps running to cry on Dylan's shoulder? It seemed like drama for the same of drama, and to give Dylan a complex about marriage and relationships in general. It was just really awkward and I didn't believe it.Then there's the actual romance portion of The Boss and Her Billionaire. Again, it's awkward and I never felt any chemistry between Dylan and Michaela. He just stares at her with his piercing green gaze and she swoons despite swearing never to get involved with a staff member again. Their big fight--well, the first big fight--was completely premature. After making out once, she gets mad at him for telling the captain and risking her job, but he didn't tell the captain. It's a big misunderstanding, but he doesn't defend himself at all. Then he realizes there's a rumor going around about her and someone else, but she'd never cheat on him! Um, yeah, she can't cheat on you because you aren't together! Then she's upset that he's not the marrying kind, because...they made out once? I don't even know. Then Dylan has to leave the cruise early and Michaela is basically like "How dare he leave me to tend to his family?! Rage!" Uhh....no. Chill.The Boss and Her Billionaire just had a lot of unfounded drama. I could not deal with these people! Then once the cruise part is over, there's even more drama and it's one of my least favorite kinds, and it's just taken to the extreme.Read more of my reviews at Pinkindle Reads & Reviews.

  • Brenda Demko
    2018-11-10 16:09

    I really enjoyed The Boss and Her Billionaire. It was a romance with ups and downs and there were moments that I wasn't sure if we'd have our Happily Ever After. There were moments were I wasn't even sure if I wanted them to be together. I had some issues with Dylan and the way he acted. In the end he pulled his act together but I felt like he should have been made to grovel.Michaela Western is a cruise director and has been dealing with a snarky captain ever since she ended their affair. An affair which would've never happened had he told her that he was married. Now she's left with his attitude and her work. She tries extra hard to prove herself to him because he is one of those guys that thinks men are better than women and he degrades her every time he gets a chance. Her work is her life, even if that means she's lonely. Dylan Johns is an overworked suit who is not only burdened with running the family company, he has to deal with his brother's family problems as well. His brother is a snake who has been missing more often than not for the last 10 years. Brian has mysteriously reappeared and he declares that Dylan should take a three month vacation to enable him to work out the issues between himself and his wife Lily. Lily and her children rely on Dylan because Brian is never there. Although he is skeptical, Dylan agrees to do it. He hopes that Brian has changed and the family will be able to heal.Michaela has a strict no relationship rule that pertains to the passengers as well as the staff. Staff, which now encludes the very tempting Dylan. Dylan really likes what he sees. He sees her as a challenge that he is not going to back down from.It was hard to put this book down even though I had some issues with Dylan. The story flowed easily and Michele de Winton masterfully wove the plot with enough twists and turns to keep the page turning in full swing. The only complaint that I have is one that I voice with many books. I wanted more of an ending! Don't get me wrong, there was a definite ending but I wish it would have been dragged out a little more. This was an adult romance with some sizzle so reader be warned! I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Jane
    2018-11-04 17:05

    Cruise ship director Michaela Western has her life all figured out. For the last six years she's had a high profile job as a cruise director supervising special events on exotic cruises, hiring hot dancers for the nightly entertainment, visiting exotic locales. She's ready for a move, a promotion and new challenges inmore senior role, but when she hires a new dancer, a man among the boys she usually hires for the dance corps, she starts to see that life on a cruise ship can have its attractions.Dylan Johns has spent his life being responsible, running the family business, taking care of his mother and his wandering brother's wife and kids but when the prodigal brother returns and professes his readiness to prove himself to his wife and kids and to show he can run the family business if only Dylan will step away and give him the chance, Dylan sees an opportunity to pursue his first love - dancing. He signs onto a cruise ship for a working vacation as a member of the entertainment crew. It's only a three month contract, but for a little while he can do what he loves, and maybe have a little fling with the bright, funny, smoking hot cruise director. But life doesn't always unfold as you intend, and when a crisis at home calls Dylan home without a word of explanation Michaela is more than grateful for the offer of exactly the promotion he's been dreaming of with the cruise line's head office, but there's still and empty spot in her bed and in her heart and the mystery of why Dylan John left the way he did.If you like exotic locations, strong, competent women who can take care of themselves and hard bodied dancers, you"ll love The Boss and Her Billionaire.

  • Monique Daoust
    2018-11-12 18:56

    Business professional Dylan Johns needs to take a break, and he decides to do something unusual, something he’s never done before. Michaela Western, is one of the very few women cruise directors around, and she intends to keep the respect she has earned the hard way. Until she sees Dylan, who makes her rethink a few things, but she has to be careful or she could be fired: on-board romances are frowned upon.I’ll put is simply: THE BOSS AND HER BILLIONAIRE is excellent! It’s so very well written; Ms. DeWinton’s prose is very expressive, flowing and so easy to read. THE BOSS AND HER BILLIONAIRE really made me want to go on such a cruise: the author describes the ship and the setting – Australia and New Zealand – so well, I felt I was there. I also love how Ms. DeWinton portrays the dance environment and the performers; that was a lot of fun. Dylan and Michaela are both such fabulous characters. Michaela is very confident in her abilities, but she is almost all-business all the time; she cares almost too much about her job and she desperately tries to rein in her passionate nature. Dylan is seductive and charming, but not aggressive; still he decides Michaela will relax even if it kills him. The chemistry between Michaela and Dylan is sizzling and feels very real.I love the playfulness and the interactions between Dylan and Michaela; Dylan is quite a wonderful hero and steps up when needed. THE BOSS AND HER BILLIONAIRE is a wonderful romance, sexy and yet very realistic as the romance progresses naturally. HE BOSS AND HER BILLIONAIRE is fresh, colourful, fun and very entertaining!

  • Alaine Batty
    2018-10-18 16:03

    So you have Dylan needing to take 3 months off his job so that his brother can start being a better dad, husband and business man as the responsibility has always fallen to Dylan, even being there for his brothers wife.... So for his break he decided to take time off and follow an old dream he had of being a dancer before his corporate life began....While on board he meets Michaela his new sexy and up tight boss who years ago had a relationship with the captain that turned sour but she uses this experience to keep her moving up her carer ladder and prove to him and her that she is not just some silly little woman who got used and dumped by him, and all the while trying to make sure no one else knows.... Hence why she doesn't want a relationship with Dylan despite the chemistry they both have and seem unable to ignore....I really do like this book, however Dylan just seems a bit of an arse for nearly all of the book and only pursuing Michaela as he thinks he can bed her and sees her as a challenge... so yeah he's not the best of guys... The book is enjoyable to read and although I didn't like Dylan he did get better towards the end of the book and I really did keep reading to find out how things would all work out...I would recommend people buy this book, you won't be disappointed...

  • Mariana Bezerra
    2018-11-13 13:18

    Read this review on my blog! --> Book TravelsThis book is about a summer romance that became more than expected. It feels very much like an Harlequin book, but needed a bit more love and fun between these two for me to really enjoy the relationship.Michaela is a gorgeous woman that doesn’t have fun in life and believes only work is going to make her happy. She had a bad relationship with a married man and now is working with him, so her work place is not the best, plus she lives abroad in a cruise ship. Every guy she meets is either working for her or a paying customer. Not great.Dylan is another unhappy character. He gave up his dreams of dancing and is now the head of a multi million dollars company, family business. Plus he’s constantly dealing with his brother and his disappearing's and his sister-in-law and her feelings for him.These sound like nice people needing a good time and to actually enjoy a moment in life without having to worry about consequences, but they didn’t match as a couple for me. She’s too insecure and he’s a mess. As friends they would be great, but the relationship was a bit forced for me.I liked the ending and how they finally discovered reasons to live and be happy.

  • Emily (Mrs B's Books)
    2018-10-14 17:15

    This book had the potential to be so much better than it was, I mean the write up sounded so good and I felt a little let down with what I got.Yes Michaela was a strong character, she has her best friend Felicity (who stars in the next book) and she is in a position on a ship that is male dominated. I still think it would have been harder to be onboard a cruise liner and not had just the one little slip with the Captain, and not more with other staff or guests.A billionaire being a closet dancer? The really didn't really seem plausible and his background in dance (or lack thereof) i'm sure would have been more of an issue with employment, faking it well or not. It just never sat right with me.The sister-in-law section of the book really wasn't needed and her tears near the end of the book really annoyed me. That little part really felt like extra padding.The ending on the whole really was disappointing and felt completely rushed. Dylan had a complete 180 turn in his thoughts and feelings and it all happened far to fast. Michaela, yes her part felt right, but Dylan felt all wrong.

  • Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
    2018-10-30 18:17

    Lord Entangled has done it again! The Boss and Her Billionaire is a fast and fun read. I have to say that Entangled has put out some great reads and every time I pick one up I am not disappointed!In TBAHB we meet Michaela is career driven and focused. She has set out to prove to the all male dominant group that women can run a company and be successful. They don't need a man in their life to dictate policy because they can run the show. Michaela certainly achieves that and more. Michaela does not allow anyone or anything to distract her from getting her goals. That is until she meets Dylan.Dylan is a guy used to getting his own way. What he wants and where he wants it is the name of the game. That is until he meets Michaela and she sets him on a roller coaster ride. Dylan wants Michaela and he wants her bad but will his lies and secrets destroy what they are trying to build. What is Dylan to do when the truth comes out as to who he really is and what is he going to do at the end of his three months? Come along for a great story of true love at it finest. At the end of the day love will always win out!

  • Judy
    2018-11-09 13:18

    Very good book. enjoyed it very much.The Boss and Her Billionaire by Michele de Winton.Dylan Johns runs a company and takes care of his sister-in-law and her two children.His old brother Brian was gone more then he was home.Dylans brother wants him to leave for three months, so he can get his family back. Dylan caught a glems of his reflection in the window. He looked tired.It wasn't as if his brother could not do it. Dylan was walking pass a display window ans saw this "Adventurer Cruises Entertainment Team". Open Auditions this week for a cruise ship. He thought way not. It would keep him busy. No one he new would likely be taking a cruise.He could carry on another family tradition.Michaela Western was trying her best to ignre the new crew member, but something kept drawing her eyes, something more then his height and broad shoulders. He was a bit older then the other dancers.This was her six year working in the cruise industry.You will have to read the book to see what Michaela and Dylan are doing.

  • Monique
    2018-10-28 20:17

    Michele De Winton managed to transport my mind right into this novel. It took me a while to form my emotional ties with these characters, and while I think they are well-written and perfectly rounded, the oomph I usually get from the characters in the beginning of a story did seem to be lacking.I was especially pleased with the heroine in this story. She was independent yet flawed and it made me happy reading a story where the heroine has a strong personality. The relationship communication between the two characters was a high-point for me, even though misunderstanding carries the story.I loved that the story headed down the normal road of predictable, and seeing Michaela and Dylan work through everything and getting their HEA had me full of smiles.Michele De Winton absolutely knows how to write fun and sexy romances with gorgeous hero's and fantastic heroine's, this book is definitely worth the read.

  • Brooke Hall
    2018-11-05 20:19

    GIVEN ARC FOR HONEST REVIEW**This is the first book I read that has been written my Michele De Winton.This book has all the aspects I love, Money, Romance and Tropical Islands aboard a cruise ship.I did enjoy this book and learning all about Dylan & Michaela, I found the book hard to get into at first but once the romance started the book flowed well and it made the lengthy beginning worth waiting out for the 'fun' and romance.I enjoyed how for Dylan this book was all about his self discovery realising that he wants what every person out there wants, love, family and desire to do a job that gives you the strength to move forward. Michaela was already at that point in her life that she was needing a change, that even though she resurrects walls around her heart she was willing to drop those walls for Dylan.I enjoyed the read and look forward to reading more from Michele De Winton.

  • Emily
    2018-10-15 20:59

    Cruise director Michaela Western dabbled in an affair on the cruise ship once before learning never to do it again. When Dylan Johns arrives as a dancer, she can’t help herself from appreciating his firm body and good looks, but that is where it stops. Dylan however finds himself compelled to learn more about the lovely but temperamental Michaela. Not a man for commitment, especially after witnessing his brothers disastrous marriage, Dylan seduces Michaela into a no-strings affair, but he has not been completely honest with who he is and what he truly wantsFull review on Single Titleshttp://singletitles.com/?p=7915

  • Diana
    2018-11-03 16:51

    This book started out so well. You get anticipation waiting for the two characters to get together but when they do it's as if the author just took words and glued them together. The characters were flat, inconsistent and bipolar. She added surprise things like death and people finally leaving for good and moving on with their lives. Those things don't just happen Michele! Both characters angered the crap out of me and that is the writyers fault. It was horribly written and I feel it was a waste of my time. This doesnt even deserve 1 star, zero should be it's rating, don't bother with this piece of crap. Hopefully the other books in the bundle are better since they are by different authors.

  • SaraHarlequinJunkie
    2018-10-30 13:05

    Reviewd: HarlequinJunkie Romance ReviewsThis book started out with a lot of promise...A shipboard romance between the Curise director and a billionaire moonlighting as a dancer on his forced vacation from his Family.But, alas midway through it lost a bit of steam, the story seemed to move along a bit slow at times. I liked the shipboard romance, but once Michaela and Dylan's romance moved from the Cruise ship to Sydney it kinda lost me. I didn't care much for Dylan just up and leaving all the time without an explanation. To sum it up I was kinda disapponited that it did not live up to my initial expectations.

  • Bette Hansen
    2018-10-26 19:02

    I found this one to be a very enjoyable and entertaining read. Great writing and characters make this one move along at a great pace and the story was intriguing. When investment broker Dylan Johns takes a break from the family business and goes back to his first love dancing for his 3 month sabbatical he discovers that there really is more to life than work. But as much as he wants more with cruise director Michaela Western family obligations just won't let that happen.I definitely recommend this one.

  • Jackie
    2018-10-18 14:08

    Enjoyed this book but I found it took a while for me to get into it – I found I liked the main characters but I don’t think I would read this book again. It was a nice story but I found I was disappointed with how it ended – don’t know why really. There were certain parts of the book that I couldn’t’ understand – it talked in parts about the staff being wary about Michaela in her role as Cruise Director but didn’t explain why and I think there could have been more depth but all in all a nice read that helped me pass a few hours away.