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Bloom Box by Cate Ashwood ( )
If there's one thing William Sullivan knows less about than how to run a business, it’s flowers. When Will is left carrying responsibility for the flower shop he’d leased for his cheating ex-boyfriend, he is sure it will lead him into financial ruin.
Just when he’s about to abandon all hope, in walks Milo Hart—young, overflowing with energy, and perhaps best of all, a genius when it comes to flowers. Will hires him on the spot and they begin a working partnership that might be Will’s only saving grace. The more time they spend together, the more Will’s feelings for Milo evolve and Will must choose between keeping things strictly business, or taking a chance to let love bloom.
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Will Sullivan is left holding the bag for his would be flower shop investment that was rented as a gift for his ex-boyfriend. Right about the time Will is going to allow himself to have the nervous breakdown he deserves, a young, energetic, adorable guy waltzes into the shop looking for a job. Milo Hart is a force of nature and an accident looking for a place to happen. His first day on the job he slips and spills his coffee all over himself, just before cutting his hand open with a box cutter. A couple days later, Will comes down stairs to find Milo painting the shop in nothing but his Captain America underwear, how charming.
Will fights his attraction to Milo at the start, but Milo is tenacious and determined. Is it enough for Will to overlook the age difference? And then a phone call from the owner of the building changes the game.
Short, sexy and steamy with a spoonful of sugar, that is what this story was. Will and Milo were smitten from the start and it was so much fun to watch Will do his level best to ignore the attraction, while Milo did everything he could to ignite the fire. Milo’s clumsy nature combined with his quick wit and Brainiac personality made him absolutely adorable. I wanted to cuddle with him. And then Will’s fierce determination to keep things professional died an oh so sexy, sweaty death. I hope this isn’t the last of this series, I so enjoyed each and every story. If the Authors are reading this, would you be so kind as to go back and expand each story, just a suggestion. Because I want more!