Maya Banks has watched her spicy romance tales hit both the USA Today and New York Times best seller lists.
It doesn't take long for billionaire businessman Evan Reese to realize his attraction to ad executive Celia Taylor. For six months he's wooed her, and now she's agreed to accompany him to beautiful Catalina for a family wedding. There he plans to seduce her with his charms, but he can't be certain how she's going to take the news that she'll be there on his arm playing the role of his fake fiancée.
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Why can't guys communicate their intentions? I am sure if he had been up front things would have gone a lot smoother. But I do get the vulnerability angle. The story was totally enjoyable. Maya Banks did a great job. I was surprised to find a male narrating this type of book, but he did a credible job.
Plot is predictable and is only made worse by the smirky tone of the reader. He is either smirking because he is getting paid to read this rubbish or he is hamming it up.
Kept it to herself - put some interesting occurences in the story line.
Female and male leads
Due to being on the road hours most days, I'm an avid Audible fan! I live vicariously through the stories as the miles pass.
Nothing too thought provoking, just a nice little get away for a few hours. Sweet little romance. Not excessively steamy, but fun. Narrator has sexy voice and doesn't make the female characters sound like idiots. (lol) Likeable characters. JB
To relax I listen to my books. It's like yoga but better, you don't have to bend your body!!
Yes the author is very good.
That was the billionaire! It was believe able .
It took a little bit getting use to listening to a man but it was good.
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