Review: Ambitious Drive by Kassandra Klay

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☆➹⁀☆ 4 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆


What It’s About:

Alexandria loves her job as Finance Manager and has worked hard to be a candidate for a huge promotion. Landing this promotion proves to be a lot more challenging than expected. Her competition doesn’t care about breaking the rules. He wants the job and her and will do anything to get what he wants. Her other challenge comes in the form of Keed Kerrington, owner of Kerrington Holding Investments and her boss, who wants to put pleasure before business. However, Alexandria doesn’t want to be known for sleeping her way to the top.

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My Thoughts:

Ambitious Drive is the first book in Kassandra Klay’s Ambition Series.  This short story is a compelling, quick read.

Ms. Kay’s writing flows easily, and she has paced the story perfectly.  I loved Alexandria, the driven finance manager.  Nick is the perfect, creepy antagonist.  Kreed is portrayed as the suave, handsome owner of the company.

Readers will naturally find Nick’s relentless pursuit of Alexandria is annoying; I might be the only reader who also found Kreed’s pursuit to be similar, but he is the love interest, and it wouldn’t be much of a romance without him.  The portrayal of Alexandria as an ambitious and dedicated career woman hooked me, and while I enjoy a good romance, I have to say I was disappointed at how easily she adjusted course when an acceptable suitor came into the picture.

There is a cliffhanger at the end of Ambitious Drive, and it hints at a juicy story of not just romance but intrigue.  I can’t wait to read on!


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