Book Two of The Boss Duet

By Logan Chance

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The music had all but played out. My life was in turmoil. My only fault was falling for my new boss.

Penelope Marks is now the boss of Lopa, a tiki bar in the heart of South Beach.

Theo Sullivan is still the owner, who sold his soul to the devil himself.

What will these two do to overcome the forces trying to keep them apart?

Continue with the Boss Duet as Theo and Penny try to take down the ones making their lives miserable.

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About The Author:

Logan Chance enjoys the simple things in life. Star Wars, music, and pretty girls. Always in trouble at school, he was made to copy the dictionary while the others played. This began his word fascination.

With a love of words he then realized he loved stringing those same words together to create stories to inspire all.

From Boston, and relocated to Florida, he lives out his days writing, reading, and avoiding the beach.

Not afraid to tell it how it is, Logan is definitely a man of his own.


 You know how sometimes you read a book and meet a character that ticks off every box? That was Theo and Love A Boss for me. I first met Theo in Like A Boss and was instantly smitten. I love him so much I went so far as to imagine what our discussion of Love A Boss would be like. Don’t judge, you know you do it too! Our fictional fantasy discussion would go something like this…

“Hey, Theo.”


“Great, now that you’re here.”


“Aw, I missed you more. Seems like forever since I saw you at the CRUEL CLIFFHANGER in Like A Boss. I mean, wtf man? Would you like a shot of Macallan neat?”


“Hm. There’s me. And, um, who else? Oh, me. And also, me. Oh, and there’s a long list of faithful readers willing to massage your shoulders. You should make the author do it since your quest for love wasn’t easy. Excuse me while I get comfortable.”


“Oh, sorry, it’s a little warm in here. I don’t even know where to begin. You and Penny took me on an incredible journey in Love A Boss. I couldn’t figure out what in the world would cause Penny to go to the extremes she did to protect you. Why wouldn’t she listen to you? Penny was pretty much in a pickle. Say that three times fast.”


“I’ve had a few beers. But anyways, you and Penny had the tables turned on you. I was dying for you two to reconnect. And you. YOU. You really showed another side to yourself in Love A Boss, Theo. Your sweet as pie lists broke my heart. I got to know so much more about what makes you tick, and I ADORE you. What are you doing over there?”


“Oh. Well, don’t mind me. You keep doing that, and I’ll keep talking about the book. You and Penny had some huge hurdles to overcome in Love A Boss. Namely Dex. Grrrr. I hated him.”


“I’ll say. Poor Penny. I was upset with her for a hot minute, wondering how she got into this predicament and what she was hiding. But, I love her. She’s so fiery and full of sass. I really felt for her and the horrible position she found herself in. She didn’t lose her spunk, though. You know what’s the best part?”


“Oh my god, no. I was going to say the way the author, Logan Chance, played me like a fiddle. Or is it a violin? Anyways, pick your instrument. Everything was orchestrated perfectly. The way the plot played out had my emotions all over the place. One minute I was laughing at the banter between you and the next my heart was aching from the yearning. I love when I get ALL the feels. You’re getting me flustered. Maybe I should write this down.”


“Well, we can discuss that later. I mean, no. This is a book discussion.”


“Well, yeah. You don’t understand how much I loved this story.”


“Well, this is hard to explain. The chemistry the author created between you and Penny is the special something I search for in a book. It’s elusive. You’re my very own unicorn. My Theocorn.”


“Too late. Anyways, very impressive the way the author brought each character to life and caused such strong reactions in me as a reader. The force is STRONG with this one.”


“It’s the beers. Pretty good, huh? Settle down. You just keep being sexy and perfect over there.”


“Well I beg to differ. There was a part in Love A Boss that touched me so deeply I had to put it down and walk away. Ugh. It makes me emotional just thinking about it. Ugh.”


“Yeah, I’ll be fine. Ya know, I haven’t been able to pick up a book since I read Love A Boss.”


“Mhm. Smut. Erotica. Left Hand Literature. Whatever you want to call it. All smut isn’t created equal. Some of these romance novels are so formulaic, and Love A Boss was unique. That’s what I loved about it.”


“Preach. Speaking of smut, you know what else I love?”


“Your dirty talk. So filthy. Sweet baby Jesus, you made me blush reading some of those scenes. You have now elevated yourself to my favorite dirty talker. No lie. Those scenes were so raw and carnal. And original. Tell me something you love.”


“Seeeeeeee. That’s what I’m talking about. That right there. Is my face red?”


“You always surprise me when you say things like that, and then you’re sweet, nerdy, bossy, and willing to give up everything for the woman you love. And thanks. Anything you’d like to ask me?”


“Oh my god. Is that a trick question? Bad?”


“Whaaaat? Um, OKAY. No, wait. I can’t do that. Can I? No. This is a book discussion. That would be weird, right? People are reading this.”


“Well… Hm. No, no. Focus on Love A Boss. I really hope people get to know and love you like I do. You’re a steal at .99.”


“You are so bad. Obviously. Helloooo. Fake discussion going on here. Okay, I should wrap this up. I’m so sad. Sadder than you if someone played with your Batman doll.”


“I’m going to miss you and Penny. You’re too sweet. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Think we’ll ever meet up again?”


“Think people will think I’m crazy for doing my review this way?”


“I like your honesty. Well, you and Penny and Love A Boss were just that special. No shame. How ’bout a long hug goodbye?”



Love a Boss is one of those rare instances where the sequel is even better than the original. There was so much character growth with Theo and Penny. As I got closer to the end, I found myself wanting to slow down and savor this little gem. You can only read and experience a book for the first time once, and I didn’t want it to end.

Logan Chance did an outstanding job bringing the Boss Duet to a close. Love A Boss was simply perfection to me. Laugh out loud humor, chest squeezing heartache, and hot as Hell heat. It made me teary to see the words “The End” on the page. It makes me teary that I won’t get to experience it for the first time again. And that, my friends, says everything about the writing and talent of this author. These two characters became part of me, and I’ll treasure them always. This doesn’t happen to me very often, where I get attached as if they’re real, and when it does, I want everyone to experience it too.

You MUST give this series a chance.


5 Stars