A Bosshole is a boss who is an … jerk. Today I’m sharing some of my favorite Bosshole romance book recommendations. Bosshole romance books are typically where a woman falls for her boss who upon first meeting did not get along with him.
As with all of my book recommendations these contain graphic sexual scenes and may even contain other triggering content. Please check the front of the book for any triggers.
Bosshole Romance Book Recommendations
Below are my favorite Bosshole romance recs.
Sincerely, Up Yours by Penelope Bloom
Darcy has a new boss, Dominic, and there might be a bit of not so great history there. He’s ready to get rid of her, but she won’t just quit either. One drunken bet that she could feature him in an article that will sell their magazine and she gets to keep her job. She didn’t expect the interview process for the article would leave her with feelings for her new boss.
Fighting Mr. Knight by Rosa Lucas
Bonnie’s been gunning for a promotion, but to win it she has to complete work with Danny Knight. To make things worse, her newly made ex fiance is the lead on her same team. Danny wants something more with her but she’s immune to his advances after what his company did to her father.
Corrupted Chaos by Shain Rose
Izzy’s past constantly haunts her and Cade doesn’t seem to let her forget it. As her boss he’s always pushing her buttons. But when her boyfriend breaks up with her by making comments about her body, Cade is there to remind her that she’s perfect the way she is.
The Stopover by TL Swan
Months after an amazing one night stand the last person Emily thought she would run into again was Jameson. Too bad it’s because he’s the CEO of the company she is now working for. Jameson wants a repeat event and a little something more, but Emily is determined to keep this professional.
The Fine Print by Lauren Asher
When Zahra’s mentor dies, his grandson Rowan takes over running the family theme park she works for. He’s a complete grump who hasn’t stepped foot in Dreamland for years. Zahra can’t stand him but as they begin to work closely together, there is something more between them.
Praise by Sara Cate
Charlie finds herself in a precarious situation with her ex-boyfriends father, Emerson. It’s a case of mistaken identity that leads him to offer her a job as his assistant. Except things start taking a turn into unexplored territories.
One Bossy Proposal by Nicole Snow
When Dakota snags the last cinnamon roll she wasn’t anticipating an obviously rich jerk to take it so personally. Especially when a couple days later they run into each other again and he buys up every single cinnamon roll and she can’t get one. Then she runs into him again, at a job interview, with his company.
Think Outside The Boss by Olivia Hayle
Freddie lands an invite into an exclusive party, with a new internship on the horizon she decides to go for it. She has an amazing night, just to find out the man she spent a few amazing hours with is her new boss. She’s determined to make an impression in this internship but she’s afraid she may have already left one.
Resisting Mr. Kane by Rosa Lucas
After an amazing holiday in Greece and a couple of nights with a stranger, Elly was shocked to find the man she had an amazing few nights with is her new boss. She’s determined to keep this professional and Tristan is determined to make her his.
Reverie by Shain Rose
At her friend’s wedding Vick meets Jett. She’s all sunshine to his grump and she’s willing to leave it at one hot weekend together. That is until his company buys hers and he becomes her new boss. Now she’s working closely with him and all the tension that comes with it.
Bosshole Romance Books
I love a good bosshole romance, and these all hit the mark for me. They had laugh out loud moments, steaming hot tension, and the right amount of spice. What was your favorite Bosshole read? Let me know in the comments below.
For more recommendations like this check out these 10 Friends to Lovers book recommendations.