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Not Sorry - Complete Series - Ella Miles

Not Sorry - Complete Series

Author Ella Miles

  • Published: 2018-05-30
  • Category: Contemporary

Description

To Sean Burrows,
 

I am writing to inform you that I would like to apply for the management position. As an assistant, I know I have limited qualifications, but I am loyal and have been an assistant here for almost five years.
 

I apologize for the initial meeting where I was late in picking you up from the airport, spilled coffee on you, and introduced you incorrectly, among other things. I know I did not make a great first impression, but I need this job. No one should still be an assistant when entering their thirties.
 

I have attached my résumé. I'm sorry for taking up so much of your valuable time.
 

Thank you for your consideration,
 

Olive Porter
 

P.S. I'm sorry for kissing you on the lips. I really was trying to kiss you on the cheek. I was told you were European, so I was trying to make you comfortable. I was clearly wrong about both.

This is the Complete Not Sorry Series by Ella Miles.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Not Sorry

    5
    From Starbucks91311
    This is a fantastic, fast paced read. I enjoyed the character developement and the fiestiness of the female lead. Overall a great read and I would recommend it!
  • I have really mixed emotions about this book

    4
    From Kristen Lewendon
    I have really mixed emotions about this book. Arrogant jerks don't make good romantic heroes in real life. That's the voice of experience talking. Because of that, I get extremely uncomfortable reading them as the male romantic lead. Sean has made 'arrogant jerk' into an art form and he is so skilled at it that I hated him for pretty much the whole book. I always consider it a rousing success for the author when I have this kind of gut-level reaction to a character. Olive starts the book as the definition of a doormat. I fully sympathize with her people-pleasing tendencies. Sean's bad behavior is good for one thing: it snaps the steel back into Olive's spine and makes her stand up for herself. While I was cringing over his latest jerk-ish antics, I was also laughing at the snappy, sassy banter during their interactions. I loved watching Olive regain her self-confidence. I'll admit I was as confused as Sean during his "a-hah!" moment, but it was a joy to witness him realize just how far he'd come from when he first met Olive in the airport. I received a complimentary copy of this book.