From New York Times best-selling author Cassia Leo, a sexy and thrilling series about love and treachery.
At 28, Luke Maxwell is the hottest eligible bachelor in America and the billionaire CEO of Maxwell Computers. When Brina Kingston is hired by Luke's competitor as a corporate spy, Brina successfully works her way into a position in Luke's office and his bed. But she soon finds herself risking the most important assignment of her career and, possibly, the greatest love of her life.
Due to strong language and sexual content, this series is not intended for listeners under the age of 18.
©2013 Cassia Leo (P)2014 Cassia Leo
Retired evidently sounds better than disabled.. It's a knee thing. Bone on bone, baby. Not a good candidate for surgery (health issues)..
Yes, and I plan on revisiting this book many times.
Not sure I have heard a book like this before. There are designated chapters, yet at times, the narrators re-number them, for reasons unknown. Evidently, this was originally novellas, presented as singular episodes, brought together into one.
Both portrayed each character quite well; however, Kirsten's voice was the predominant one. Lee might have needed to put more expression into the words. Even when the nanny and male child get lost, there is little emoticon on either side. Kind of like taking Xanax, very mellow.
The best part for me was Briana sneaking into the software promotion and seeing Luke kissing the new "arm candy". I loved her reaction and how he made everything okay for his true love. Just great.
I am not recalling any BIG four letter words; in fact, I don't recall anything that wouldn't be appropriate, unless the word "orgasm" is offensive. This book was a needle in the haystack find, and I am glad to have it in my library.
It was ok. There wasn't a whole lot of character development for Luke. He seemed to be just a really nice kazillionaire. Not much history until the series was almost complete. Would have liked more character development- I didn't really love him, but didn't hate him either. He was a super nice guy I wouldn't kick out of bed, but couldn't really get close to him. By the end of the series, I started to actually learn something abt both characters and there was some meat to the story, but not until it was abt over. The narrators were easy to listen to. I like having a man narrate sometimes to mix things up.
I thought that the concept was nice. But the writing style was not my cup of tea. The first 3 books were a bit messy for my taste...jumbled and not flowing. Some things weren't plausible and others just weren't explained. The story did get a bit better for the rest of the series but repetitive in some areas. I like the idea that the love is constant which helped to make it to the end. Thank you for writing the story. It was enjoyable.
The general idea of the story was really great, but the final product disappointing. It was progressing too fast and many situations were treated superficially... Plain straight story - that was disappointing.
that Luke gave her the chance because he couldn't live without her
touching on PTSD
emotions & feelings come through
loved the Luke series & will listen to it again no doubt
"Too easy, fast going"
I was disappointed. I really wanted it to be special but I found the plot too easy going. No suspence, no surprises, no drama, just plain straight story. Don't get me wrong, it is a good basic concept but I think the author could have enriched the ideas and develop the story more. I honestly got bored. I had nothing to expect every time The chapter changed.
I am giving a three star because it was a good basic strory but it was left at that.
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