Right Where I Want You
There’s a thin line between love and hate . . . and it cuts right through the middle of their office. Bad boys? They run right over good girls like Georgina Keller. But after a confidence-shattering breakup, she’s determined not to let anyone at her new workplace push her around—least of all the brooding creative director, a “bad boy of publishing” who’s made it clear she’s enemy #1.Sebastian Quinn's taste for fast cars, late nights, and beautiful women may have gotten him to the top of a leading New York magazine, but the reputation that made him is suddenly threatening to end his career.Georgina can help Modern Man shed its bad reputation, but in order to do that, she’ll have to start at the top—and no amount of rakish charm or inconvenient attraction will distract her.Because if Sebastian gets her right where he wants her, it means she’s going down.

Right Where I Want You Details

TitleRight Where I Want You
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 28th, 2018
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Contemporary

Right Where I Want You Review

  • MELISSA *Mel Reader*
    January 1, 1970
    5 Stars!(ARC provided by author) Georgina Keller is a smart, savvy businesswoman living in New York. She’s fierce when it comes to her job as a PR specialist. She’s a fixer who’s passionate about problem solving, and is known as the best. Her latest project is to work with a popular men’s lifestyle magazine and help to polish up their brand and improve their image. She’s been hired to help them shed their bad boy image, but not everyone welcomes her with open arms.Sebastian Quinn is the creative 5 Stars!(ARC provided by author) Georgina Keller is a smart, savvy businesswoman living in New York. She’s fierce when it comes to her job as a PR specialist. She’s a fixer who’s passionate about problem solving, and is known as the best. Her latest project is to work with a popular men’s lifestyle magazine and help to polish up their brand and improve their image. She’s been hired to help them shed their bad boy image, but not everyone welcomes her with open arms.Sebastian Quinn is the creative director at Modern Man. He’s built his career, and made the magazine what it is today. He was well known in the publishing world as a notorious playboy. People envied him and wanted to be him, but lately his reputation was hurting him more than it was helping him when his magazine is under attack and his job is in jeopardy. His routine is disrupted when his boss hires what he views to be a glorified babysitter. Can Georgina and Sebastian work together without driving each other crazy? She’s a gorgeous thorn in his side. He’s attracted to her, but acting on it wasn’t an option. Georgina is recovering from a break up that shook her confidence, and she’s not about to let another man push her around in any way. The office gets heated as these two clash. Sexual tension and chemistry overflow as passion ignites. Sebastian’s a distraction she doesn’t need, but she’s drawn to him. He challenges her and pushes her out of her comfort zone. Sebastian is feeling so much, and finds himself wanting more. Is he ready to ditch the role he no longer fits for something real? -“Since I met you, I’ve been feeling... more like myself than I have in a while.” I loved this enemies to lovers workplace romance! It’s a sexy story full of emotion and angst. It’s packed with humorous banter, great office friendships, and beautiful love. I also adored the side characters, and would love a book for Justin! As usual Jessica Hawkins created another swoony man for me to fall for. Sebastian is everything I love in a book boyfriend! 💛 ***NOW AVAILABLE***https://amzn.to/2QYJROD
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  • Shayna
    January 1, 1970
    “𝐘𝐨𝐮 𝐦𝐚𝐤𝐞 𝐦𝐞 𝐦𝐚𝐝, 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐛𝐞𝐭𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐫 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐬𝐞, 𝐈 𝐫𝐞𝐟𝐮𝐬𝐞 𝐭𝐨 𝐥𝐢𝐯𝐞 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐦𝐚𝐝𝐧𝐞𝐬𝐬."𝗥𝗶𝗴𝗵𝘁 𝗪𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗲 𝗜 𝗪𝗮𝗻𝘁 𝗬𝗼𝘂 by Jessica Hawkins was EVERYTHING I thought it would be, and yet, it was so much more! Ms. Hawkins is known for hitting her readers with the heavy angst, but with her latest standalone, she takes a step back from the angst factor a bit. Don't let that fool you, my friends. She still brings the passion, the emotion, the butterfly-inducing romance…it’s just on a lighter scale, so you can breath “𝐘𝐨𝐮 𝐦𝐚𝐤𝐞 𝐦𝐞 𝐦𝐚𝐝, 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐛𝐞𝐭𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐫 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐬𝐞, 𝐈 𝐫𝐞𝐟𝐮𝐬𝐞 𝐭𝐨 𝐥𝐢𝐯𝐞 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐦𝐚𝐝𝐧𝐞𝐬𝐬."𝗥𝗶𝗴𝗵𝘁 𝗪𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗲 𝗜 𝗪𝗮𝗻𝘁 𝗬𝗼𝘂 by Jessica Hawkins was EVERYTHING I thought it would be, and yet, it was so much more! Ms. Hawkins is known for hitting her readers with the heavy angst, but with her latest standalone, she takes a step back from the angst factor a bit. Don't let that fool you, my friends. She still brings the passion, the emotion, the butterfly-inducing romance…it’s just on a lighter scale, so you can breathe easy. For me, it doesn’t matter what genre, what trope she gives us, the emotional impact ends up being the same. Her stories resonate with me in a way that’s hard to describe. She’s one of a kind, and one of my all time favorite romance writers. It’s on the edge of my tongue to say that Sebastian Quinn is my favorite hero of hers, but it’s just too hard, because I love them all! Her characters have such dimension and complexity and they have no problems carving out a piece of my heart at the end of their stories. They are simply unforgettable…every single one of them. This is one of my favorite enemies-to-lovers romances of the year and Sebastian and Georgina absolutely stole my heart with their banter, wit, and push/pull dynamic. It’s smart. It's sassy. It's everything you could ever want in a MUST READ ROMANCE! 𝗚𝗥𝗔𝗕 𝗜𝗧 𝗛𝗘𝗥𝗘:✓ Amazon ➜ http://bit.ly/rwiwyamazonalert✓ iBooks ➜ http://bit.ly/rwiwyapplebooks✓ B&N ➜ http://bit.ly/rwiwynook✓ Google Play ➜ http://bit.ly/rwiwygoogleplay✓ Kobo ➜ http://bit.ly/rwiwykobo✓ Audiobook Release Alert ➜ http://bit.ly/audionewrelease📌 Add on Goodreads ➜ http://bit.ly/rightwhereiwantyougr📌 Learn more ➜ http://www.jessicahawkins.net/rightwh...
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  • Serena
    January 1, 1970
    You ever read a book and you just keep reminiscing certain scenes, and find yourself smiling, giggling and maybe even moaning? That's what this book has done to me.I. LOVE. THIS. BOOK. SO. MUCH! I was in a funk when I started, umm...except I'm now in another funk! It's the kind of book that makes you smile big, swoon hard - and repeatedly, laugh out loud and yes, there were a couple of times I dieeeeed all the deads. The sexy times were HAF, I mean, come on it's Jessica! I get butterflies in my You ever read a book and you just keep reminiscing certain scenes, and find yourself smiling, giggling and maybe even moaning? That's what this book has done to me.I. LOVE. THIS. BOOK. SO. MUCH! I was in a funk when I started, umm...except I'm now in another funk! It's the kind of book that makes you smile big, swoon hard - and repeatedly, laugh out loud and yes, there were a couple of times I dieeeeed all the deads. The sexy times were HAF, I mean, come on it's Jessica! I get butterflies in my gut when I think about these characters! And YES to the FEELS! I fell so hard for Sebastian and Georgina I never wanted their story to end! One of my favourite hate-to-love romances of the year!RIGHT WHERE I WANT YOU is LIVE!-AMAZON: https://amzn.to/2Swvk9uALL PLATFORMS: http://bit.ly/2VeFjSYAUDIOBOOK Release Alert ➜ bit.ly/audionewrelease
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  • The Book Bee
    January 1, 1970
    REVIEW: 4 STARS"When there was no more hate, only love, where was the line?" Jessica Hawkins has topped my list of favorite authors for years , and I have made no secret of that. Her angst, her storytelling, her characters with decisions and guarded hearts - she's always a win with me. With her latest jaunt into a lighter, sweeter comedy, I knew this was going to test me. I'm used to the pull of my heartstrings and the steady pumping of my heart because the angst is so powerful that I'm on the REVIEW: 4 STARS"When there was no more hate, only love, where was the line?" Jessica Hawkins has topped my list of favorite authors for years , and I have made no secret of that. Her angst, her storytelling, her characters with decisions and guarded hearts - she's always a win with me. With her latest jaunt into a lighter, sweeter comedy, I knew this was going to test me. I'm used to the pull of my heartstrings and the steady pumping of my heart because the angst is so powerful that I'm on the edge of my seat. I didn't get that angst or tug with this one, but you know what? I'm ok with that. I have had a few days to think about it and while it was a slow comeuppance for me (I had to get with the "no-angst" program), it was a story that I definitely enjoyed reading. I am not denying that the story was good, because it was, but it was just different than the Jessica Hawkins Angst-fest I am used to reading. It was also worthy of great amounts of discussion and laughter among the group of ladies I was reading with.As you may know, I don't often do sweet, nor do I do comedies a whole lot, but this was Jessica and I knew I needed to read it. I have read and loved every single book she has written, so this was a no brainer for me. Having said all that, I really did enjoy this book. What I got with this one was a surprise though. I got a down to earth Hero that had all the flaws a young bachelor can and should have. He was crass with his words around his friends, he had a great "who cares" attitude caked with nonchalance when it came to dealing with some things, and he had some oddball sayings that made me laugh. But he was REAL to me. A normal guy with a real personality and real quirks. He wasn't as put together as I originally thought he was going to be, but that reality made him more relatable. This guy was more firmly planted in the ground in his way of thinking, so to add Georgina to the mix was a fun traipse through their volatile relationship. But, that was their love story. That is what kept me turning the pages to find out how they came together and how the walls were going to come down. It took a little time for me to warm up to Georgina because she had a sort of "switch" and that flip gave me an Elvis lip twitch. The deal is, once we got down to the roots of these two characters with their issues and their pain, I couldn't help but fall in love with their love story....because it was truly theirs to work through. "You're complicating things. Just be who you are." Sebastian's strength was easily measured in his mental convictions, whereas Georgina's was in her work life. Their dynamic worked well and their banter was the stuff that smiles are made of. I loved when they were at each other! I loved when they tried to show up the other wth their 'knowledge'. That made for good back and forth between the characters. I always enjoy the flow of Jessica's books and the way she builds up her characters. I will say that I walked away with a better appreciation for personal growth and reading it through someone else's eyes after this one. It's amazing how we let fear get in the way of our dreams and doubly insane how we let other people's opinions change how we see ourselves. Jessica had a different voice in this book, and combined with a change of pace, it allowed a new love to unfold different and apart from all her other books.BUT!!! This review wouldn't be complete without mentioning the supporting cast and crew; their friends. I'm sure this is probably one of my favorite group of secondaries. Justin had me rolling at one point - like dying, and Luciano was not much different, but he had some extra sass to him. They added another level of reality and depth to the story and every time they were around, I was laughing. Because this story wasn't just about two people working through their own issues, oh no. It literally took a village. The reality of the characters was there and there wasn't any super-human, thoughtful claims to process, and it just read like an every day, normal life situation, but with the added pleasure of finding your true love in the process - Jessica Hawkins style. It really showcased how good it is to be able to lean on some friends to talk things through. Such great secondary characters and I loved them!! I was completely caught off guard at how hard I laughed in some spots. Seriously, because not only did I fall in love with the primary and secondary characters, I actually would LOVE to hear their stories too!! Let's start with Justin's story, mmkay? Pretty please, Jessica? HAHAHA!I may have sighed when Sebastian got flirty with Georgina, and I may have had the chills when he whispered in her ear from behind....but I'll never tell."Don't tell me your flaws aren't my blessings."~BEEAA Amazon Purchase Link: https://amzn.to/2RnkoOjEnter here to win an ecopy: http://bit.ly/2QW4cUZ_______________________________ Original post: Easy and fun with all the guaranteed allure of Jessica’s words! Review and giveaway to come on release day, but definitely one to grab. Sebastian and Georgina weren’t a couple without obstacles, but they had the strength to be.....stubborn about it. These two definitely had some great banter and some anger to boot!
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  • Elizabeth Sherrell (Elizabeth’s Pretty Little Reads)
    January 1, 1970
    My love for Right Where I Want You is up there next to: Dunkin’ Donuts iced coffee and cute dogs. Coincidentally, both play a role in this book.I swooned hard, and fell harder when it came to Sebastian. I was left feeling empowered by Georgina’s determination in taking back parts of herself that were stripped away. And I was pleasantly surprised by how incredibly funny and witty it was. Fun, back-and-forth banter in hate-to-love romances are some of my favorites to read, and this one was perfect My love for Right Where I Want You is up there next to: Dunkin’ Donuts iced coffee and cute dogs. Coincidentally, both play a role in this book.I swooned hard, and fell harder when it came to Sebastian. I was left feeling empowered by Georgina’s determination in taking back parts of herself that were stripped away. And I was pleasantly surprised by how incredibly funny and witty it was. Fun, back-and-forth banter in hate-to-love romances are some of my favorites to read, and this one was perfection! Also, I can’t forget my love for Justin. He’s one of my favorite secondary characters ever. The jokes he cracked, or...the fears he forcibly had to face have my face breaking out into a smile just thinking about them. Right Where I Want You was an angsty, smart, heartfelt romance sprinkled with the perfect amount of humor. I couldn’t get enough of Sebastian and Georgina’s electric chemistry! If you love office romances or enemies-to-lovers, then I suggest meeting the team at Modern Man!
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  •  Sonya ♕Chatterbooks book blog♕
    January 1, 1970
    I went into this book with the notion that I would be somewhat disappointed with this being another office romance. I’ve been there, read that, wanted to set the hero on fire while securing my alibi..etc..etc.. so color me surprise when I read the first five chapters and I found myself letting out a little giggle with a few smirks painted on my face. I was in office sexual tension heaven! I fell in love with the banter, the side characters, and the countdown was on for when these two, would fin I went into this book with the notion that I would be somewhat disappointed with this being another office romance. I’ve been there, read that, wanted to set the hero on fire while securing my alibi..etc..etc.. so color me surprise when I read the first five chapters and I found myself letting out a little giggle with a few smirks painted on my face. I was in office sexual tension heaven! I fell in love with the banter, the side characters, and the countdown was on for when these two, would finally give into temptation.Georgina Keller is a powerful force when it comes to her work. Hard working, dedicated, a no one’s push over, this woman has it together. Her personal life on the other hand, is a hot mess. When an important job comes up, Georgina knows that this assignment will further her career and make things better. But little does she know, is that the job is about to come with a lot of complications. And sexual tension. Charming, Notorious playboy, and Creative director for Modern Man Magazine, Sebastian Quinn has a life that most men can only dream about. He’s worked hard for that position for years but due to some personal error, he’s found himself in a not so flattering light with his work and has now been forced to have a PR cleanup. But what happens when the new girl literally changes the game? What I really liked about this book was that these characters went form enemies to lovers and I know that this storyline isn’t new, but this author put her own spin on it with some emotional parts as well. Throw in the fact that this was a slow burn, and I was practically in enemy lovers territory. Did I get frustrated at times and wanted to smack some of these characters? Heck yea. but I still adored them and was happy that I got to witness and enjoy their happily ever after. If you’re looking for a slow burn, sexy banter office romance, then you should really give this one a try.    
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  • Maria Angie Mendoza
    January 1, 1970
    Pure perfection!!!A top read for 2018!!This read was a pure joy to read. A definite triple crown of reads, but I won’t reveal what they are... you need to jump in and discover for yourself.Smart, sharp and full of passion. The writing was spot on and all the characters added to the overall story. The main male character, Sebastian is a throat kick, then jump his bones kind of hero. The female lead George aka Georgina had the same effect. As these characters developed they were the type of charac Pure perfection!!!A top read for 2018!!This read was a pure joy to read. A definite triple crown of reads, but I won’t reveal what they are... you need to jump in and discover for yourself.Smart, sharp and full of passion. The writing was spot on and all the characters added to the overall story. The main male character, Sebastian is a throat kick, then jump his bones kind of hero. The female lead George aka Georgina had the same effect. As these characters developed they were the type of characters that you loved to hate and you hated to love.The holy hotness factor, the passion, and the struggles they encountered were at times raw and compelling. But then, there were moments that were full, belly laugh out loud funny. Their chemistry and banter alone, was so sharp, it was worthy of five stars. The secondary characters gave so much to the story, they were worthy of their own book. As much as I wanted to fly through the story, I had moments where I had to pause and step away. This unconventional romance stands on its own in so many ways. The plot was unique because of the underlying factors impacting the characters’ behavior. They each have some baggage that gave the story more depth and complexity. There were some heart wrenching moments where they let their guard down and showed their vulnerability, making them more realistic and relatable.Every page revealed something new and exciting, and I’ve never been so anxious to get to the end to discover how it all turned out.This wasn’t just a story of romance but a story of self discovery.What a great way to end my reading experience for 2018!
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  • Elle's Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    Release Date: December 28, 2018 Genre: Contemporary Romance (office romance/enemies to lovers) Actual Rating: 4.25 starsI thought I was over office romances. I have read these types of books time and time again and feel like they are slowly blending into one another. But then Jessica Hawkins writes an office romance. One with all the feels. One with interesting and relatable characters that have their own flaws and own them. One where the thin line between love and hate disintegrates at a re Release Date: December 28, 2018 Genre: Contemporary Romance (office romance/enemies to lovers) Actual Rating: 4.25 starsI thought I was over office romances. I have read these types of books time and time again and feel like they are slowly blending into one another. But then Jessica Hawkins writes an office romance. One with all the feels. One with interesting and relatable characters that have their own flaws and own them. One where the thin line between love and hate disintegrates at a realistic pace. And all my thoughts about not wanting any more offices romances has dissolved. Jessica Hawkins has a knack for building characters that readers can feel connected to. She writes story lines that are engaging and uses setting that are easy to imagine being a part of. All of this is included in this story and I praise her for the way she writes these stories making her readers feel as if they are a part of the story. This one my friends is one you don't want to miss. It's a slow burn, one that doesn't happen instantly and is charged with passion. I enjoyed this one from beginning to end and didn't want to stop and take a breath between pages. I really liked it and I know many readers are going to feel the same.
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  • Berry•Nice
    January 1, 1970
    Sebastian - Liked him right away, right off the top. There's this sweet sexy approachable feel to him. He is the type of person anyone would love to meet and have as part of ones life whether it be as a friend or lover (Lover would probly be the better option *swoon*)Georgina - I liked her and I was proud of her. At the same time I was sad for her and mad for her past. Being the beautiful selfless person she is she should NEVER feel the insecurities she did based on someone else's ignorance. Thi Sebastian - Liked him right away, right off the top. There's this sweet sexy approachable feel to him. He is the type of person anyone would love to meet and have as part of ones life whether it be as a friend or lover (Lover would probly be the better option *swoon*)Georgina - I liked her and I was proud of her. At the same time I was sad for her and mad for her past. Being the beautiful selfless person she is she should NEVER feel the insecurities she did based on someone else's ignorance. This book had me thinking of some personal choices/mistakes. Made me feel that I could be a better person overall. We should all strive for this.My heart kept twitching. My chest felt full and the fluttered feeling in my stomach was constant. “Since I met you, I’ve been feeling more like myself than I have in a while.... “I am myself. But what about you? Do I make you better?” He paused. “Can you see yourself with me?” I smiled, laughed and thoroughly enjoyed Sebastian and Georgina. Their world had beautiful and fun characters right down to the pets. AMAZING!!
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  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    ***ARC Provided by the Author***Georgina and Sebastian meet over coffee. And, spilled coffee, and mean customers, and tears. Usually, when a public encounter goes this badly, you get to walk away from it and pretend it never happened. Sometimes, though, in real life (and more often admittedly in books) the other part of the embarrassing encounter is someone who is now a part of your life, in a way that you are not able to easily remove.Sebastian has run Modern Man for years. He pulled it from th ***ARC Provided by the Author***Georgina and Sebastian meet over coffee. And, spilled coffee, and mean customers, and tears. Usually, when a public encounter goes this badly, you get to walk away from it and pretend it never happened. Sometimes, though, in real life (and more often admittedly in books) the other part of the embarrassing encounter is someone who is now a part of your life, in a way that you are not able to easily remove.Sebastian has run Modern Man for years. He pulled it from the brink of disaster, and now it is back to glory. Or it was. Things in his personal life changed, and with that change, he found that he was willing to let the magazine slip a little and not really care all that much about the fact that it was doing so...even though, I think he knew it was happening, he just didn't have it in himself to work that hard, again, to bring it back.Georgina is brought in as a consultant. To put the magazine, and it's team, back on track and to get them back to a functioning team. But, as she is dealing with the after effects of a devastating break up, the only thing that she has together in any real way is her work. When Sebastian challenges her at work, sparks fly and a line is drawn. Hate is on one side of the line, love on the other...and they are both firmly on the "hate" side of the line. The majority of the book is a slow burn flirtation with this line, with crtossing it, with pretending they don't want to, with wondering if they have already and wondering how the other feels. Until the line is gine...and in such a clever way that you know what is happening, but that gives both of them a chance to see if this is what they want. I loved this, as it also lets the reader in on the part of the story where they each realize that what is between them is real, and it is not going anywhere, and that neither of them want it to.This book is about people. People who let the things in their lives change who they are, how they react; and the realization that those changes, while honest at the time, may not be permanent and may not lead them to make a permanent change. Life, and it's lessons, are sometimes guidelines and sometimes the lessons are there to put you on a new path entirely. And, figuring out which you are faced with can sometimes take a while.Georgina and Sebastian, in different ways, have things that have happened in their past that are holding them back, that changes them and how they react. That alter who they are, how they trust, and where they are willing to go. But, are these changes the permanent kind or the type that give you guidance for the next phase of your life? What if, as you live, a change that seemed permanent turns out to be one that you needed to work through, and then let go?Sometimes, a life lesson exists to wake you up, to show you a different path, and to then be let go once you have taken a different path...because, as you travel down that path, you realize that the lesson you learned in one situation becomes nuanced in others. Kindness becomes compassion, being willing to give of yourself to those you love becomes love. Your big heart, the one that is so easily broken is where you find home with someone who sees the love you have to give.This. This is what this book is about. Yes, you have the romance, you have the characters you adore, the hot sexy scenes...but you also have the kind of book that sneaks up on you and makes you cry and then leaves you as happy as 2 dogs, cheerfully sunning themselves on the lawn.Jessica Hawkins is a favorite of mine. Her writing is angsty, and it breaks your heart, it makes you cry. More than once as I was reading a line in the book stood out to me enough that I had to pause to read it again.I loved and recommend this title.
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