Jenna Sutton’s All the Right Places is the first in her new contemporary series about siblings determined to keep Riley O’Brien & Co—their iconic, 170 year-old denim company—viable in a changing industry. This kickoff book features Quinn O’Brien, who has become an all-work-no-play kind of guy upon taking over the business from his ailing father. His stoicism hits a serious hiccup, however, the day he follows a curvy redhead up the escalator and discovers she’s the new accessories designer his sister hired to breathe life into the nearly nonexistent women’s division.
Amelia Winger was born and raised in a small Texas town by a ne’er-do-well mother, and her hardscrabble background makes being named the company’s accessories designer a particularly delicious dream come true. The last thing she needs is an immediate, overpowering sexual attraction to the strapping CEO. No one’s going to say she slept her way to the top—she will be taken seriously as a professional.
Quinn struggles with a similar problem. It’s bad enough that the first thing he said to Amelia was “Nice ass.” Make a move on her, and she’ll likely hit him with a deserved sexual harassment suit. As hard as the two try to stay away from each other, however, their chemistry proves impossible to ignore. In addition, Quinn soon learns how talented, hardworking and sweet Amelia is, while she is blown away by, well, just about everything about him. She’s never met a man as aggressively sexual yet so kind and decent. Plus, they’re two consenting adults, right? So maybe it won’t matter that they’re burning up the sheets every chance they get. But then there’s the fact that Amelia is keeping a huge secret from him. And Quinn is sure to have a large problem with it.
Peopled with complex, believable characters and set in an interesting business, Sutton’s debut novel is a sexy, sassy and hot hit.