Full Disclosure (Homefront: The Sheridans # 2)

By Kate Aster

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There’s a hot billionaire in the carpool line that has every mom putting on her lipstick before she drops her kid off to school.

Me included.

But I can’t be tempted by a body hewn from granite or eyes that could melt the polar ice caps… because that hot billionaire is also my boss, Ryan Sheridan.

Single moms like me can’t play with fire. Especially not when I’ve finally landed a job that pays a decent salary, and even managed to buy a townhouse where I can raise my son without my parents looking over my shoulder, shaking their heads.

So I’ll keep reminding myself that, even as his sapphire eyes pry their way into my heart, threatening to unlock the secrets that I keep hidden in a dark corner of my soul.

My past could destroy the life I’ve built for my son and me.

I can’t afford full disclosure.


In FULL DISCLOSURE, both Ryan and Kim are single parents to their young children.  They’re attracted to each other, but Kim is hesitant to act on it because Ryan is her boss and because her son’s father is a secret to everyone, and she plans on keeping it that way.  Kim was nice.  She doesn’t have much, but she gives what she can and she absolutely adores her son.  Due to an event in her past, she lacks confidence and questions herself often, which I found a little annoying.  Ryan, on the other hand, was great.  This is a man who gave up his dream to take over the family business to keep the family’s legacy alive.  But he’s more than just a billionaire CEO; he donates his time flying sick kids to hospitals, he loves his daughter very much, and he truly cares about his staff and the community at large.  I have to say though that my favourite part was reading about his OCD.  The eggs and the money had me laughing out loud because that is so me.

FULL DISCLOSURE is told in dual POVs and while it’s part of a series, it can be read as a stand-alone.  I don’t mind a little bit of a lead-up to the big reveal, but I didn’t like the constant inner-monologue Kim had about her secret.  What I did like is that Ryan’s ex-wife didn’t re-appear.  I kept expecting her to show up and cause trouble, because let’s face it, sometimes books can be predictable, but we never heard from her again after the prologue, and I am very glad it was written that way.

Full Disclosure (Homefront: The Sheridans # 2)

My Rating:  4 Hearts

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