As a member of the royal family in a small European country, Griffin Verdi's presence is requested at the wedding of the century. The scholarly billionaire feels out of his depth in social situations, so a good assistant is required - especially when dealing with royal etiquette. Unfortunately for Griffin, he's stuck with Maylee Meriweather, a pretty, charming, and thoroughly unsuitable woman who doesn't know a thing about high society - but she sure can kiss. But through Maylee's eyes, Griffin is starting to appreciate the simple things in life - if simple means the most complicated woman he's ever met.
Maylee is everything Griffin isn't - and everything he wants. But he'll never win her over unless he can let down his guard and step outside his sheltered world.
Contains mature themes.
©2014 Jessica Clare (P)2014 Tantor
I loved Maylee she is just so sweet and lovable.
Too many to remember!
Great narrator voice!! she nailed the female and male voices. Great story over all as well.
Love never dies, just changes form~Nikita
Jillian Macy is the WORST NARRATOR there is! She RUIND THE STORY! She's ruined many stories! Gettin' my credit back.
I am a retired teacher who now Homeschool my 4 children. I read or listen to books as my escape and to get some "me" time.
I was laughing so hard in a couple parts my kids wanted to know what was wrong with me. It was nice to see a true "southern" woman accent and all as the heroin.
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
This is a light, fairly fluffy Contemporary romance about 6 Billionaires who have formed a Secret Society to help in their business ventures and to meet to play Poker. However, the single members are now dwindling and this story is about the 4th Billionaire to eventually give in to love's pull.
Griffin is a snobby jerk who is treated like a King and is a member of royalty back in his home country and that's where he's headed but he needs a temporary Assistant. Maylee is a no-nonsence down-to-earth hillbilly type and, at first Griffin hates everything about her. But slowly, as he gets to know her…. well you know what's gonna happen and the simmering attraction finally (and eventually) led to a few sex scenes and a romance. Narration was slow and I didn't like Griffin's upper crust accent.
Worth a credit? This is the first one of the series that I couldn't connect to the characters or believe in their romance. Yes it was funny and Maylee was likeable but Griffin's character growth never happened until near the end and the sex was blah so for those reasons I would have to say not worth my credit but if you're in the mood for a Contemporary, fun, unbelievable plot, or if you're following the series, then go for it. They could all be stand-alone listens.
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