Unless you suspend disbelief really, really well, give this one a miss. There's a lurch in the middle of the book from "I hate you" to "I want you now" that takes place in less than a page. The reader has the impression that a big part of the story went missing.
On prom night, Dylan Anderson caused the biggest humiliation of Sadie Post's life. Getting over her crush on him took a while, but now she's grown up and moved on. Until Dylan moves in...to her workplace, that is. Suddenly it's high school revisted - complete with her lustful thoughts about him. But she's his boss and finally has the upper hand - she won't let her sexy fantasies change that. Too bad the tension spiking between them is so high, it's inevitable they hit the sheets - or the nearest desk. And once they do, Dylan is better than she'd ever imagined.