The plan for Cici Carrington was to steadily climb UP the corporate ladder, and hopefully do so without her skirt tucked
into the back of her underpants.
Unfortunately, there was no contingency plan for the aftermath of spending a night trapped in an elevator with a suit-wearing Elevator Sex God named Cole Danvers.
A one…or two-time dalliance wouldn’t normally throw off the course of someone’s life…
unless you find out you have to
work together the next day.
To further complicate matters, Cici’s best friend is also her Human Resources Director.
She has to hide her secret from
every person she knows. Her only confidant is her one-eyed cat, and his loyalty is tenuous at best. Toss in an accidental mugging, a bungled disguise, secret meetings, and unintentional arson, and Cici’s beautiful, careful plan has fallen by the wayside.
Perhaps there aren’t any hard and fast rules in life. Sometimes you can have your cake and eat it too. Sometimes following the rules
doesn’t get you ahead.
And perhaps sometimes
I expected to laugh
but I didn't expect it to be
from start to finish.
Going Down was a riot!
I don't think, to my recollection,
that I've actually laughed so hard that it resulted in tears,
but it happened while I read this.
At one point I almost choked on my coffee!
Cici, the female lead character,
was a funny woman with verbal diarrhea.
I enjoyed her so much.
She had her quirks such as yelling former presidential names when she climaxed,
yes I'm not kidding and it was hilarious!
Her roommate was her one eyed cat Leroy who also had his quirks just like his owner.
It was an exciting ride to watch Cici meet the attractive Cole
and connect with him in a stalled elevator.
I felt their attraction instantly
and he was such a great opponent to Cici. Their relationship was romantic and funny.
Cici's best friend Maggie was hilarious too and also had her weird ways.
They had their own way of communicating and it only added to the laughs.
Katherine Stevens definitely delivered a romance comedy that I fell in love with.
Her writing was fresh, flawless and just flowed. I couldn't stop reading.
She's definitely an author
I'm going look out for in the future.