Mr. Monday PDF Þ Kindle Edition

Mr. Monday PDF Þ Kindle Edition

Mr. Monday (Working Girl #1) ✪ [PDF] ✐ Mr. Monday (Working Girl #1) By Shana Gray ✷ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Meet Mr Mondayin Working Girl Part 1 A sexy new serial perfect for fans of Audrey Carlan's Calendar Girl A sexy seven day job interview Seven irresistible interviewers Who will she choose at the end o Meet Mr Mondayin Working Girl Part A sexy new serial perfect for fans of Audrey Carlan's Calendar Girl A sexy seven day job interview Seven irresistible interviewers Who will she choose at the end of the week Tess has been determined to get revenge for her father ever since he was falsely accused of misusing company funds and unceremoniously let go from Diamond Enterprises Applying to be Executive Assistant to the elusive elderly head of the company Mr King seems the ideal way to get inside the firm and clear his nameBut the job interview is not what she expects Arriving at the company H she is escorted to a helicopter blindfolded and flown to a secret location She meets a man whose voice is disguised but introduces himself as Mr King and says the job advertisement was a ruse to find the new CEO of Diamond Enterprises The catch the interviewer says is that the job will only be hers if she passes a seven day interviewTess will have seven mysterious men who will assist her one for each task each day She will have to use all of her skills if she's to succeed and to resist the powerful magnetism of the irresistible men sent to help or distract her Or will Tess find herself losing her heart when she meets her man of the week Mr Monday Mr Tuesday Mr Wednesday Mr Thursday Mr Friday Mr Saturday Mr Sunday Meet all seven in Working Girl who will be your man of the week.


10 thoughts on “Mr. Monday (Working Girl #1)

  1. Vasiliki Vasiliki says:

    35 stars ARC kindly provided by Hachette Australia via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review This is the story of Tess and her revengeActually this book is the introduction of the story since it was such a short read and it stopped when the actual action was about to begin The mystery around these seven days of interviews and its preparation is nicely build There are lots of uestions that were left unanswered There was also lots of tension The book is written on Tess's POV and it feels really intimateOn the negative side now in such a short story it was mentioned 3 4 times that Tess wanted to take revenge on the way this company had treated her father It was always the same information There were no additional details mentioned so I really didn't understand the need to repeat itThe end of the story was a cliffhanger that left me wondering what will come next I'd love to read the next installment of this series


  2. Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V. Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V. says:

    I thought the premise of this story sounded like a lot of fun but after having finished the first episode and having absolutely nothing happen I think I'm calling it uits already If you're going to break your book up into serials then the first episode really needs to start with a bang to get me to want to continue on with it As it were I cannot justify spending money on future episodes I received a copy via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review


  3. Aracely Aracely says:

    Good bookThis book caught my attention when i discover that its going to be release in Spanish on September so as desperate as I am I went and downloaded it's free on and I really liked i don't know if I'll be able to wait for the Spanish version this part keep tempting me


  4. Angela Angela says:

    This short story just 37 pages is Part 1 of the Working Girl series starting with Tess turning up for her first day of a seven day job interview She had vowed to get revenge for her father's dismissal from the same company she is being interviewed for He was falsely accused of misusing company funds and Tess hopes that in getting a job as an Executive Assistant to the head of the company she will be able to gain access to paperwork from her father's time with the company in the hopes that she will be able to clear his name The job will only be hers if she can pass the seven day interviewThis is the strangest job interview I have ever come across After disguising her very noticeable red hair with hair dye and using her mother's maiden name so as not to raise the alarm of her father's name she is met at 600pm on the Monday by an attractive young man who blindfolds her and whisks her away in a helicopterWith such a short book I can't really say about the storyline without spoiling the story I found the writing style easy to read but felt that it was like many other romances erring on the erotic side and as soon as the helicopter was mentioned 50 Shades was immediately brought to mindWith Part 1 running to just 37 pages and each of the other days of the week are a similar page count 7 X this price seven one for each day of the week for a complete book of approximately 265 pages is rather expensive


  5. Jo ReadsRomance Jo ReadsRomance says:

    35 StarsMr Monday was the introduction to a new 7 part serial and this first part was full of intrigue mystery and a little bit of sexiness as Tess attends an interview for a job that she desperately wants This promises to be an interesting story with the main theme being revenge It was well written and and left me hugely curious to what was in store for Tess I couldn't help my second guessing of how things would play out for her The only down side for me was the length of this first part I felt as though I was just getting into the story and it ended leaving me wondering if a serial is for me I would rather devour a book all in one go rather than in short instalments I'm sure that is just me though I can be a little impatient with these things Lol If you really haven't got much time to read or you like to read in short bursts this could be the perfect serial for you especially if you love a bit of suspense in your books


  6. Jo Jo says:

    No one likes Mondays right? Well I think that might change after reading this first installment of the Working Girl seriesThere's no big preamble; no words wasted on scene setting We are thrust straight into the process and I think that this works very well keeping the reader a little in the dark and a little off balance whilst the story plays out This mirroring of Tess's position with the interview process facilitated a stronger connection with her character The plot line is decent and the characters have depth The pacing is good and drives the reader steadily to the end My only real problem is that I want to read all 7 parts right nowI received a copy in exchange for an honest review


  7. Michelle Michelle says:

    I want to say this story shows promise as it would justify my decisions to read it and possibly purchase the other books in the series but I'm not sure if I want to continue with the other books This story basically follows along with Tess a young woman who is seeking employment at the company she holds responsible for ruining her upbringing in hopes of revenge While I like this concept it tends to fall short story wise in this particular part as all we mainly get is Tess going on and on about how hot she thinks her chaperoneliaison Mr Gorgeous is Side note Mr Gorgeous is obviously not his real nameI don't know why but I have the sneaking suspicion that what she will uncover view spoiler that in fact her father was guilty of the things accused and that it will bring her and Mr Gorgeous together hide spoiler


  8. Patricia Kiyono Patricia Kiyono says:

    This is the first of seven books about a woman's uest for revenge I was intrigued by the premise but a little disappointed to find that this was basically an introduction Each installment is a separate download and while I'm curious to find out what happens I'm not willing to pay for and download each installment The writing is good and the sexual tension is constant I'm sure the rest of the story is great Maybe if they appear in an anthology someday


  9. Eliza Eliza says:

    35 STARSMr Monday is the intriguing introduction to Shana Gray's revenge driven Working Girl series We are introduced to Tess Canyon a young woman propelled by her need to exonerate her late father's name as well as bring down the company that caused his demiseTess' plan is simple Infiltrate Diamond Enterprises by securing the position of Executive Assistant Her reinvention and planning have all boiled down to this moment Although what she could not have planned for was an interview process that changes the game completelyTess uickly learns the process is in fact a ploy to recruit the company's next CEO With higher stakes to play for now it's all or nothing and Tess does not intend to fold The addition of angst to the story is injected by what seems to be the mutual attraction between Tess and the mysterious interviewerWith a new game in play Tess must spend the next Seven days completing tasks that proves her skill and suitability for the role Seven days Seven interviewers As the series continues no doubt too will the mystery and it remains to be seen which will be my new favourite day of the week


  10. JWreader JWreader says:

    This book drew me right in It had me wanting by the time I finished I was full of uestions Now I have to know who Mr King is and the man that escorts Tess There are men in the serial and if they're as hot as this man then it's going to be a steamy and sexy read all the way to Mr Sunday


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10 thoughts on “Mr. Monday (Working Girl #1)

  1. Vasiliki Vasiliki says:

    35 stars ARC kindly provided by Hachette Australia via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review This is the story of Tess and her revengeActually this book is the introduction of the story since it was such a short read and it stopped when the actual action was about to begin The mystery around these seven days of interviews and its preparation is nicely build There are lots of uestions that were left unanswered There was also lots of tension The book is written on Tess's POV and it feels really intimateOn the negative side now in such a short story it was mentioned 3 4 times that Tess wanted to take revenge on the way this company had treated her father It was always the same information There were no additional details mentioned so I really didn't understand the need to repeat itThe end of the story was a cliffhanger that left me wondering what will come next I'd love to read the next installment of this series

  2. Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V. Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V. says:

    I thought the premise of this story sounded like a lot of fun but after having finished the first episode and having absolutely nothing happen I think I'm calling it uits already If you're going to break your book up into serials then the first episode really needs to start with a bang to get me to want to continue on with it As it were I cannot justify spending money on future episodes I received a copy via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

  3. Aracely Aracely says:

    Good bookThis book caught my attention when i discover that its going to be release in Spanish on September so as desperate as I am I went and downloaded it's free on and I really liked i don't know if I'll be able to wait for the Spanish version this part keep tempting me

  4. Angela Angela says:

    This short story just 37 pages is Part 1 of the Working Girl series starting with Tess turning up for her first day of a seven day job interview She had vowed to get revenge for her father's dismissal from the same company she is being interviewed for He was falsely accused of misusing company funds and Tess hopes that in getting a job as an Executive Assistant to the head of the company she will be able to gain access to paperwork from her father's time with the company in the hopes that she will be able to clear his name The job will only be hers if she can pass the seven day interviewThis is the strangest job interview I have ever come across After disguising her very noticeable red hair with hair dye and using her mother's maiden name so as not to raise the alarm of her father's name she is met at 600pm on the Monday by an attractive young man who blindfolds her and whisks her away in a helicopterWith such a short book I can't really say about the storyline without spoiling the story I found the writing style easy to read but felt that it was like many other romances erring on the erotic side and as soon as the helicopter was mentioned 50 Shades was immediately brought to mindWith Part 1 running to just 37 pages and each of the other days of the week are a similar page count 7 X this price seven one for each day of the week for a complete book of approximately 265 pages is rather expensive

  5. Jo ReadsRomance Jo ReadsRomance says:

    35 StarsMr Monday was the introduction to a new 7 part serial and this first part was full of intrigue mystery and a little bit of sexiness as Tess attends an interview for a job that she desperately wants This promises to be an interesting story with the main theme being revenge It was well written and and left me hugely curious to what was in store for Tess I couldn't help my second guessing of how things would play out for her The only down side for me was the length of this first part I felt as though I was just getting into the story and it ended leaving me wondering if a serial is for me I would rather devour a book all in one go rather than in short instalments I'm sure that is just me though I can be a little impatient with these things Lol If you really haven't got much time to read or you like to read in short bursts this could be the perfect serial for you especially if you love a bit of suspense in your books

  6. Jo Jo says:

    No one likes Mondays right? Well I think that might change after reading this first installment of the Working Girl seriesThere's no big preamble; no words wasted on scene setting We are thrust straight into the process and I think that this works very well keeping the reader a little in the dark and a little off balance whilst the story plays out This mirroring of Tess's position with the interview process facilitated a stronger connection with her character The plot line is decent and the characters have depth The pacing is good and drives the reader steadily to the end My only real problem is that I want to read all 7 parts right nowI received a copy in exchange for an honest review

  7. Michelle Michelle says:

    I want to say this story shows promise as it would justify my decisions to read it and possibly purchase the other books in the series but I'm not sure if I want to continue with the other books This story basically follows along with Tess a young woman who is seeking employment at the company she holds responsible for ruining her upbringing in hopes of revenge While I like this concept it tends to fall short story wise in this particular part as all we mainly get is Tess going on and on about how hot she thinks her chaperoneliaison Mr Gorgeous is Side note Mr Gorgeous is obviously not his real nameI don't know why but I have the sneaking suspicion that what she will uncover view spoiler that in fact her father was guilty of the things accused and that it will bring her and Mr Gorgeous together hide spoiler

  8. Patricia Kiyono Patricia Kiyono says:

    This is the first of seven books about a woman's uest for revenge I was intrigued by the premise but a little disappointed to find that this was basically an introduction Each installment is a separate download and while I'm curious to find out what happens I'm not willing to pay for and download each installment The writing is good and the sexual tension is constant I'm sure the rest of the story is great Maybe if they appear in an anthology someday

  9. Eliza Eliza says:

    35 STARSMr Monday is the intriguing introduction to Shana Gray's revenge driven Working Girl series We are introduced to Tess Canyon a young woman propelled by her need to exonerate her late father's name as well as bring down the company that caused his demiseTess' plan is simple Infiltrate Diamond Enterprises by securing the position of Executive Assistant Her reinvention and planning have all boiled down to this moment Although what she could not have planned for was an interview process that changes the game completelyTess uickly learns the process is in fact a ploy to recruit the company's next CEO With higher stakes to play for now it's all or nothing and Tess does not intend to fold The addition of angst to the story is injected by what seems to be the mutual attraction between Tess and the mysterious interviewerWith a new game in play Tess must spend the next Seven days completing tasks that proves her skill and suitability for the role Seven days Seven interviewers As the series continues no doubt too will the mystery and it remains to be seen which will be my new favourite day of the week

  10. JWreader JWreader says:

    This book drew me right in It had me wanting by the time I finished I was full of uestions Now I have to know who Mr King is and the man that escorts Tess There are men in the serial and if they're as hot as this man then it's going to be a steamy and sexy read all the way to Mr Sunday

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