Out and proud Andrea Slade carries around doubts soul deep, and her family and job have taught her hard lessons about love. When she meets Eva Lange and starts working with the beautiful, curvy woman, she wants things to be different. Although, she settles for being her friend and boss.
As time passes, Andrea finds it's not an ideal situation, but she tricks herself into thinking that it's for the best. That is until the sexy, femme fatale shows up in her office one day in a figure-hugging outfit with plans for seduction.
Full-figured Eva is in touch with her body and embraces the curves, but part of her looks at successful and gorgeous Andrea and decides friends is better than a failed love affair with the somewhat jaded and commitment-phobic divorce attorney. That is, until she decides to take what she wants.
©2014 J.M. Dabney (P)2015 J.M. Dabney
I have MS and LD and make spelling and grammar mistakes, please forgive the handicap.
The story was a little slow for girl goes after her female boss. But overall it was a cute short, you rooted for her to win her boss and there to be a happy ever after.
Nice, quick listen. Cute love story! The narrator was pleasant, even though I couldn't really distinguish voice changes between the characters but overall ok.
Delight in the journey and the struggle on the road to your dreams
This is the first book I've read by this author so I'll give her the benefit of the doubt that this was her initial effort. Andrea is a divorce lawyer and Eva has been her personal assistant for the past five years. As with so many romance novels, both gay and straight each is oblivious to their own feelings and those of their future partner. In my opinion and experience that depth of tension is impossible to balance discreetly for five years, but maybe that's just me. My one huge problem with this audio was when Eva changed from a strong, competent, totally together woman into a simpering, vaporish ninny and ran away; so weak.
I'm hoping that there will be future works by the author featuring Amy and especially Artie. I found these two characters to be the best of the audio. This one could have been better if the author had avoided all the typical, uh, stuff seemingly omnipresent in the romance genre; still I'd recommend it.
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