New Release and Review: Boss in the Bedsheets by Kate Canterbary


Boss in the Bedsheets

by Kate Canterbary

Released: June 26, 2020



Mr. Santillian,

Despite the fact I’m currently living out of your guest room and sleeping with you most nights, I am writing to announce my resignation effective two weeks from today.

In other words, I’ll locate someone who is both obscenely overqualified and willing to devote their days to the handful of tasks you are able to wrench from your perfectionist, micromanaging grip. It may be difficult to find a Nobel laureate genius looking for basic filing work on such short notice, but I’ll do my best.

Don’t worry about your sister’s wedding this weekend. I still plan to attend as your date, assuming you’ve finished hating me by then.

Thank you in advance for your understanding.



Ms. Besh,

Resignation not accepted.

I’ll see you at home.




Have you ever had one of those books that you knew you’d like, but then you read it and it grabbed you, shook you, then wrapped you in a big hug and made you feel like you were not alone in your me-ishness? Or how about a book where you knew you’d like it but there was no way it would compare to (insert favorite hero/heroine/couple) but then you finished it and you just sat there because you think you just discovered your new favorite and your world is now all topsy turvy? Or how about a book that has you in such a book hangover that you can’t pick up another book and/or you go back to keep rereading parts to soak in more of the goodness? Well….all of that is what this book did to me.

This book is so much more than I could have ever imagined. Let’s start with Ash…he is the grumpiest, growliest, most stubborn hero that I think I’ve read (yes even more than Patrick). Zelda has a way of not only putting him in his place with his grumpy ways, but she’s able to get to the ooey-gooey center. Friends, that ooey-gooey center is the best! You will want to drown yourself in it.

Zelda is a force in a way that you wouldn’t expect. Her me-ishness and her story spoke to me on many levels. You will just want to wrap Zelda in a great big Mama Santillian hug, invite her to dinner or pedicures or anything really, and never let her leave. You want to be friends with her, not only for her to help fix your life but because you want to help fix hers.

This is very much a character driven book. You will be so wrapped up in both of them that you won’t want to leave. The banter between these two is amazing. I wish I had other words to describe it, but nothing seems to describe the amazingness of it. This book is smart, it’s clever, it’s raw and real, it hits you will all the feels, and it’s beautifully written. Like with any Kate Canterbary book, you will finish it feeling smarter, and feeling like you just found new friends that are now a part of your life.

This is a complete standalone. You do not need to have read any other book to thoroughly enjoy this one. Even if you haven’t read any of the other KC books, you should. Wait…change that should to a MUST. She is one of the best authors in this genre. You’ll thank me for it later.

If I haven’t sold you yet on getting this book…just trust me…GET THIS BOOK! This is one of those books that just 5 stars doesn’t do it justice. It deserves 5 million stars.







If you read from Barnes & Noble, Kobo, or Apple Books, please be sure to preorder and download your copy. This title won’t be available there after release day!
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USA Today Bestseller Kate Canterbary writes smart, steamy contemporary romances loaded with heat, heart, and happy ever afters. Kate lives on the New England coast with her husband and daughter.

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