Wednesday, August 26, 2015

THE TRUCK DRIVER RELEASE DAY REVIEW!!


HELLO FRIENDS, YOU KNOW I LOVE THE WORKPLACE ENCOUNTERS SERIES BY SERENA YATES, AND IT IS RELEASE DAY FOR THE TRUCK DRIVER, SO I AM SUPER EXCITED TO BRING YOU MY REVIEW! I HAVE MY REVIEW, LINKS, AND EVEN A SMALL EXCERPT, SO LET'S GET TO IT!!



THIS QUOTE IS SIMPLE BUT SO TRUE FOR THESE TWO MEN! HERE IS MY REVIEW:



 The Truck Driver (A Workplace Encounters Story) by: Serena Yates
                                                           reviewed by: Becky


Joshua Becket enjoys the independence of being a truck driver. He has been saving for his own rig, but a declining economy and bad management stand in his way. Hope comes when Robert Oldfield buys the company. He is determined to make Gordon Trucking a success, and when he rides with Joshua in an attempt to learn the business, Joshua finds out why—Robert is trying to prove his worth to the parents who disowned him. Lust ignites and both men recognize the possibility for happiness together, but Joshua worries about his coworkers’ reactions. Then a competitor starts playing dirty, mysterious accidents sabotage Robert’s plans, and the resulting crisis might end Joshua’s chance for a future with a job and a man he loves—permanently. 




The Workplace Encounters books are some of my favorites, I love how Serena Yates packs such a great punch with such short stories! I get excited with every one that is released!

Joshua loves his job as a truck driver, he wants to be able to own his own rig someday, but it is hard to save with the cut backs and management of the company he works for, and when the company is sold, Joshua and his co workers really don't have high hopes that things will change.

Robert is determined to turn Gordon Trucking around but at first his employees don't hold out much hope that he will do it, but Robert is determined to show them how much he believes in them and the company! 

I love the sparks that fly between these two men, and it doesn't take long for them to heat up! Can Joshua and Robert make their relationship work, and can Robert turn the company around when someone on the outside seems determined to see him fail?

This is a wonderful story, and I hope you guys will grab it, I know you will like it as much as I do! Thanks Serena, for another in a long line of wonderful stories!!

                                                    the 5 truck driver hat rating :)

I JUST HAD TO DO THE HATS. HERE ARE THE BUY LINKS FOR THIS ONE:

DREAMSPINNER PRESS BUY LINK

AMAZON BUY LINK

AMAZON UK BUY LINK

GRAB IT FRIENDS, YOU WILL ENJOY THIS STORY TOO I KNOW! HERE IS A SHORT EXCERPT:

ROBERT HAD been in a few tense situations in his life. Most recently the huge confrontation with his parents once they’d found out he’d bought their company via a broker so they wouldn’t find out who made the offer. As far as he was concerned, it was their own fault. After all they were the ones who had rejected him once he’d come out, to the point they hadn’t even spoken to him in years. They were the ones who had refused to even consider selling him the company once it became clear they were running it into the ground. By all rights it should have been his; they had told him so ever since he was old enough to understand the idea of a family-owned business. And even though he’d never expected them to just hand it over, not after the estrangement, stupidly he had hoped they’d at least offer to sell it to him before throwing it on the open market.

That hadn’t happened though, proving once more people were hypocrites and not to be trusted. Apparently even his own parents were no exception, and though it hurt more than he wanted to admit, he shouldn’t have been surprised after the way they’d treated him since knowing he preferred men and wasn’t going to provide them with the biological grandchildren they had expected.

Even after all the recent tension Robert had faced, the current situation with the company’s employees all staring at him as if he were the devil incarnate made him feel uncomfortable. Why had he thought his life couldn’t get any worse?

Truckers were a tough crowd. Robert knew that from his own experience. Seven years of working in a logistics company in New York had taught him a few things about how people’s minds worked in this industry. Now that he had to actually confront his own employees with what they would consider more bad news after the disaster of recent pay cuts, the confrontation and potential for open conflict was much more direct. His stomach twisted with apprehension.

Robert wouldn’t let that stop him though. The only way out of this mess was plunging right in and getting it over with. His parents had neglected modern technology for too long, resulting in a business that was no longer able to compete, almost driving the company into bankruptcy. No more. It didn’t really matter what the people, facing him with frowns and some outright scowls, thought, he had the business degree and work experience to prove he wasn’t an idiot. He had the funds to invest as well, thanks to a major lucky streak in the stock market and some clever investments once he’d seen the recession coming.


I CAN'T WAIT FOR YOU GUYS TO READ THIS ONE, AND I ALSO CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE IN THIS SERIES! SEE YOU GUYS FOR MY REVIEW OF THAT ONE!! 



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