TRUE LOVE WINS
50 SHADES OF GRAY, 365 DAYS
QUINN MONTGOMERY, 26 - CONFIDENT AND COURAGEOUS
RONAN MAXWELL, 35 - POWERFUL AND DEMANDING
LIAM MAXWELL, 37 - BROTHER & CONFIDANT
SYLVIE O'HARA, 30S - FRIEND & CONFIDANT
ANTONIO VELAZQUEZ, 30S - FRIEND & CONFIDANT
MAXWELL SENIOR, 80S - FATHER & ANTAGONIST
CRESSIDA COLE, 30S - MODEL & EX-LOVER
He's a demanding CEO with an ego bigger than his bank account. She's his feisty, take-no-prisoners assistant. This office romance is filled with witty banter and sexual tension that explodes when they finally give in to temptation.
Target Gender: Female Leaning
Los Angeles and Hawaii
Based on a True Story
Status: Yes: self-published
Year Published: 2020
Quinn Montgomery has been working for billionaire CEO Ronan Maxwell for two years. There's an obvious attraction between them, but they can't stand each other, so they've never acted on it. One late night, after yet another heated argument, they discover they can no longer deny their attraction.
The story ends with Ronan proposing to Quinn.
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Mature Audience Themes
Plot - Other Elements
Plot - Premise
Main Character Details
Name: Quinn Montgomery
Key Traits: Sexy,Confident,Sarcastic,Educated
Additional Character Details
Name: Ronan Maxwell
Key Traits: Masculine,Confident,Sexy,Blunt,Sarcastic,Sophisticated,Leader,Educated,Unapologetic
Additional Character Details
Name: Sylvie O'Hare
Age: Late 20s
Key Traits: Charming,Confident,Blunt,Empathetic,Outspoken,Funny,Educated,Unapologetic
Additional Character Details
Name: Antonio Vasquez
Age: Early 30s
Key Traits: Charming,Outspoken,Funny,Sarcastic,Empathetic,Engaging
ROMANCE, MATURE AUDIENCE
A CEO and his Executive assistant begin a secret lustful affair that becomes a romantic entanglement. His father, the company founder, forces him to break things off, and he obliges, breaking her heart. Eventually, he's able to convince her to forgive him, and they get married.
Authors Writing Style: GOOD
Franchise Potential: GOOD
Accuracy of Book Profile
It accurately reflects the book
Draw of Story
The writing is straightforward, easy, and pleasant to read. The erotic scenes are well developed and blended into the story naturally.
Three things might make the book lose readers, and revisiting them might increase the book's success in the present culture: 1) Ronan Maxwell morally and psychologically abuses his employees to the point where his character becomes irredeemable. 2) His demeaning comments about the #metoo movement felt unnecessary. 3) Once in a relationship, Quinn talks about caring about her career but doesn't act on her words.
Use of Special Effects
THE STORY DOES NOT RELY ON SPECIAL EFFECTS
Primary Hook of Story
The erotic element.
No, because it's not that different from many other books of the same genre.
Not that type of story.
Similar Films/TV Series
365 DAYS, FIFTY SHADES OF GRAY
What’s New About the Story
The story doesn't rely on the female character trope: naive, inexperienced, and unaware of her beauty. The book could be more unique if the male protagonist were also different than most within this genre; we've seen/read the tale of the powerful, hot, rich CEO.
Quinn Montgomery is a confident woman who is aware of her professional potential and her beauty.
Uniqueness of Story
It's not a rare gem, even though it is well written. The story, the characters, and the world are similar to many other books within the same genre. It could be more original.
Film - Indie, Film - Streaming
This type of story can always find an audience.
When an Executive Assistant and her CEO boss, who hate each other, give in to their mutual sexual attraction, they discover they have more in common than sex. Now, they need to find the balance between working together and maintaining a romantic relationship.
What We Liked
This erotic romance is the perfect escapade from a stressful day. The story is appealing and easy on the eyes, just like the two protagonists. Their sexual appetite will satiate your hunger for entertainment while delivering a feel-good sensation when true love wins.
Film: Billionaire Bosshole is a hot story about two appealing characters with a happy ending, the perfect ingredients to a feel-good movie. This easy-to-digest yet steamy plot can attract a large audience looking for a romantic distraction, delivering the classic happily-ever-after ending seasoned with erotic fire.
TV: Billionaire Bosshole introduces two attractive, intelligent, and appealing characters with endless fuel to ignite many erotic encounters. A TV show could explore this sexual adventure in the workplace while slowly developing the romantic side of their relationship and the challenges of being involved with a work colleague. Each episode could be told from one of the protagonists' points of view, like the book's chapters, which would keep the audience hooked and anxious to see the other character's perspective as the plot develops.
Key points: Attractive Characters; Feel-good story; Steamy sex scenes; Happy ending; Easy-to-digest plot.
Executive assistant Quinn Montgomery, and Art Director, Sylvie O’hara, talk about how hot is their asshole boss, Ronan Maxwell. At a meeting, O'Hara presents to Maxwell and other executive professionals her marketing campaign for the new hotel launch; Ronan hates it and demands a remake. Quinn struggles to balance how much she hates and is attracted to Ronan.
Quinn confesses to Sylvie she is too attracted to Ronan and needs a new source of sexual inspiration. Still in the building, Maxwell overhears the conversation; Quinn’s attraction is mutual. One night, while working late, the two argue about work, which leads to lustful sex, followed by an awkward silence and anger on both sides. The two regret the encounter for professional reasons and because they can’t stand each other personally, with Ronan being too demanding and often abusive and Quinn not letting him get to her. Ronan finds an earring that belongs to Quinn, a family heirloom.
The next day, they’re both passive-aggressive at work, attempting to attack each other’s egos. Ronan returns the earring, and Quinn tells him he was a bad sex partner. The same dynamic follows the whole week, and Ronan’s brother, Liam, notices the sexual tension between the two. He and his wife, Avery, plan to set Quinn on a blind date with one of their clients, a Hollywood actor.
The tension leads the two to have sex again, this time during work hours. Even though they enjoy each other’s bodies, the intercourse is fueled by insults and hatred. They despise each other’s personalities. Ronan asks Quinn to work on the weekend, but she has a date and can’t. On her date, at a café, she runs into Ronan and Liam; she ends up cutting the date short, and the guy accuses her of sleeping with Ronan.
Jealous of her date, Ronan can’t stop thinking about it and drives to her house. They have amazing sex once more and then agree never to let this happen again. Quinn shares what happened with her best friends, Sylvie and Antonio, and asks for their advice. They tell her to keep her decision to end the affair.
The next day at work, Ronan avoids Quinn, and she goes after him to get his signature on documents. Stuck in a crowded elevator together, he fingers her, driving her mad; when they arrive, he runs into an old friend, a model, which makes Quinn leave him alone. Avery sets Quinn up on a date with a publicist friend, and Ronan gets jealous. To make her jealous, he pretends to have a date with the model. It works, and Quinn doesn’t enjoy her date and can only think about Ronan.
Back at work, they passive-aggressively offend each other. They make plans for a business trip to Hawaii. On a ride back from a meeting, Quinn and Ronan have sex in the car and exchange feelings for the first time. Ronan suggests they continue their affair discreetly, but Quinn is too afraid to be seen as using him for a promotion.
Quinn misses work for several days, claiming to be sick, and the two meet again at the airport, about to travel to Hawaii. Quinn gets drunk on mimosas before the flight and sleeps on the plane. Ronan struggles to keep his mind away from her. When she wakes up, Ronan asks her to give the week in Hawaii a chance for them to get closer. After it, they’d reassess the affair situation.
On their first day, they go out on a date and really get along. At night, they have passionate sex and agree to monogamy. They spend the day lovey-dovey but fight over Ronan’s jealousy. Later, they agree on becoming a couple outside of work but keeping the professional relationship inside the company. They spend the next day having amazing sex before going to Maui to visit the second hotel the company bought. The more they get to know each other personally, the more they fall in love. Suddenly, an office emergency interrupts their work trip, and Ronan flies back to L.A. immediately.
The FBI arrests the company’s CFO for inside trading, and Ronan’s father, the founder of the company, blames Ronan’s affair for poorly handling the situation. Ronan's father demands he ends the affair with Quinn before he loses his job. A few days later, Quinn returns to the company to discover she has been replaced and moved to another department, so she quits her job altogether.
Quinn and Ronan grief the break-up separately. Ronan gets drunk on cheap whiskey at a bar across the street from the company, and Sylvie goes to him to tell him that Quinn got an intern job in Chicago and will move there if he doesn’t fix things. In an attempt to get her forgiveness, he explains what his father did and offers her a new job at the company, but Quinn doesn’t accept it. He tells her he loves her, but she tells him to leave her alone.
When Quinn arrives in Chicago to start her new job, she finds Ronan at the airport. Again, he tries to change her mind about coming back to the company, but she can’t forgive him. Ronan stays miserable for one month before Antonio convinces him to go to Chicago after Quinn. On his way there, he runs into her inside the elevator; they talk and finally make amends. She’s moving back to California to a better job in a different company, and she decides to stay at his house until she has a place of her own. One year later, Quinn and Ronan share a house in Malibu. He proposes, and she agrees to marry him.