But true to form, Fink solves Maritaâ€™s glitches in record breaking time, and though Matt was supposed to be helping, he had to admit that Phil Fink had done most of the reprogramming himself. Now Matt needs Finkâ€™s expertise to get a new program off the ground, one that could skyrocket his career into a management position at Centre Seating. The only caveat is that Matt and Fink need to work together in person, and Fink wants no part of that arrangement.
Phyllis Fink hadnâ€™t started out telling her clients that she was a man; they just assumed it on their own. And when she found out almost a year later, there seemed little reason to correct them. After all, everything was done via email and instant messenger chatting. What did it matter when theyâ€™d never see her anyway? One small problemâ€¦now her biggest client, Centre Seating, wants to send Matt Collins to her office to work on a new project. Her office is in her home, and nobody has ever set foot in it. When she finally relents to allow Matt to come, she not only has to give up her professional freedom, but it seems she is losing her heart to the handsome developer in the bargain.
Rida Allenâ€™s latest work, YOU HAVE BEEN DISCONNECTED, is terrific. With her trademark voluptuous heroine, this new book is spicy hot, romantically sweet, and an overall fun read. It is the perfect way to start out the new year!