They call me heartless. But that's just because I always get what I want.
And now I want her.
Devlin Masters has spent his entire life in the service of his family's business empire, working his way up from the mailroom to the boardroom of Masters In Style. As CEO and heir to the billion dollar hair-care company, Devlin's life is consumed by his work. But when a rival orchestrates his downfall, Devlin must rehabilitate his image or lose control of his cherished company.
Then he meets Ayron. He instantly wants her curvy body. He soon appreciates her mind just as much. But what if she wants his heart?
His father hired me to help him. He's not supposed to know about this deal. I can't fall in love with him.
I've got to be heartless.
Community therapist Ayron Winters loves helping people more than she craves a big paycheck. But when faced with losing her office space - and her beloved assistant's huge medical bills - Ayron knows she needs money, and a lot of it. Fast.
When the founder of the famed Masters In Style hair care corporation wants to hire Ayron to counsel his impulsive, bad-boy son, she's intrigued. When she finds out how much he's paying, she thinks it's a godsend. But the devil's in the details: she can't let Devlin Masters know she's a therapist. In order to gain his trust, she must pose as his friend. His confidant. But what happens if he wants more? What happens if she does?
Ayron can't lose her heart to Devlin. But more than anything: she can't let him find out who she actually is.
©2016 Danielle Slater, Roxy Sinclaire (P)2016 Danielle Slater, Roxy Sinclaire
This audiobook was given to me for a honest unbiased review. this was great. Loved how the this showed that loves changes you for good or bad. and in this case the change was good.
Roxy Sinclair is an author whom I have read before, while Danielle Slater and Aria Abienta were new to me. Parts of this story I really liked while other things I didn't. Something that took away from this audiobook were the very long pauses between chapters. I was voluntarily provided with this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher, and/or narrator.
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I enjoyed the cute romance between an entitled son and his (unknown to him) counselor. The plot was obviously heading for a disaster but it was a fun ride the the expected HEA. The title is off though. Bad boy? Eh. Not really. Hot and panty-dropping worthy... yes, but no bad-assness.
Narration acceptable only. This definitely needed Sebastian York or even DC Cole... someone with a man's man voice. That might have elevated Devlin into the "bad boy" ranks!
One Full Thrusting Thumb.
I found this book sweet, romantic, well written and very entertaining!
Ayron Winters is a therapist who love her job. Her grandmother raised her and made a great effort to give her a great education. Ayron used to help her cleaning houses to earn money. Now her grandmother passed away and Ayron is about to lose the place where she has her practice. Devlin is very rich and he only knows to work. He is a workaholic and he doesn't deal well with stress.
Devlin's father hires Ayron to help him but she cannot tell Devlin that she will be his therapist because Devlin doesn't want one.
The romance between them is great and sweet! Devlin and Ayron are great characters
The narrator is fantastic and the story is wonderfully told.
I received this audiobook for an honest review
Entitled encompassed the growth in attitude of Devlin Masters from entitlement without regard to the qualities it took to be President of the family's company, to becoming an individual worthy of the office and a quality person in his own right.
Ayron Winters, played a huge role in the changes seen in Devlin Masters. Dr. Ayron Winters accepted a counseling job that her mentor, Dr. Tirash had wanted her to take stating, "he had spoken to an old friend about an important, confidential, and lucrative contract".
Ayron Winters accepted the offer in a manner of speaking. She had to "dress as executively sexy as possible" for the interview.
She met David Masters, the man that built the hair product empire into what it was today. He was hiring her to teach his son some anger management tools.
The only catch was that she had to be found attractive by his son. Why the ruse? Devlin flat out refused counseling, so if he approached her at the bar, the contract was hers.
Little did Ayron know, the guy she met when she was out with her girlfriend, was none other than David Masters's son, the possible new client.
The story was well worth my time. The chemistry between Ayron and Devlin was hot! The emotionally painful parts were difficult, but necessary to the plot.
5 STARS and another 5 for the narrator!
Enjoy reading fiction, thrillers (JD Robb), romance, military and comedy (Evanovich). Listen to Audiobooks on treadmill and long road trips!
Kind of predictable yet the story kept my interest. Narration good for both genders.
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Devlin wants to be in control of the family business but his workaholism and anger issues are a problem.
Erin is a psychologist who feels very alone with few people in her life. They meet first at a club and are immediately attracted. Nothing happens...then she is hired by Devlin's father to counsel him without his knowledge...they fall in love.
I liked the characters the the dual POV, I always like to know what the man is thinking. It's a nice length, long enough to provide some insight into Devlin and Erin, but doesn't beat things unnecessarily to death.
I'm not familiar with the narrator but she has a wonderful voice and did an excellent job with male and female voices and with emotions. Sometimes her pacing and pauses weren't as smooth as I may like. But I certainly would skip a book she read but she did not draw me in to the point of looking for her name...but close.
Not worth a credit, but it is worth buying if under $10
I struggled to finish this. I think this was a story about 2 African Americans, but it was totally hard to believe since the narrator was not.
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom. I couldn't finish this audiobook. After giving it till over two hours in (half-way) I just couldn't keep listening. The inter-character conflicts was just way too negative and full of animosity. Plus the lies between the main characters was building up for more negativity once all came to light. This much negativity and anamosity just isn't for me. Plus the narrator was performing both the male and female POV's and it got too confusing with the back and forth to keep up with who she was performing. I need different dynamics in performers with this much going on. If an author is going to write from both POV's instead of 3rd person, they or the producers need to have two different narrating performers for each gender/character. I was hoping I could get into this story and performance, but I just couldn't. Sorry :(
Absolutely, because it is honestly one of the best that I have heard in quite a while. I read and listen to a lot of books, roughly 100, every month. It sometimes gets mundane at times. This book is fresh, creative and amusing.
The originality of it is refreshing. They weave crisp details together perfectly to create a story that pulls you in and holds you tight to the very end.
She brings tbe authors' excellently crafted characters to life. Her personality shines through and draws you right into every scene.
You know things are going to blow up and end for their relationship right from the beginning, however when it happens you don't see it coming. It throws you and your heart breaks right along with the characters.
I was voluntarily provided a free copy of this audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher in exchange for this pure, unbiased review.
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