She needs a job.
He needs a sub.
Surely they can come to some sort of agreement.
Jasmine is jobless and down to her last dollar, living in squalor with only a mean cat to keep her sane. On the day of an important job interview, she's spotted by Ethan Cole, the smart and handsome billionaire bachelor who tears through assistants as if they're cheap tissues.
He wants her. To be his assistant. To be his submissive. For six months all Jasmine has to do is be at his beck and call. In the office, in the boardroom...and in the bedroom.
In return she'll become a millionaire.
They say that every person has a price. Ethan is willing to pay hers. Now she will enter his world of money, bad jokes, broken hearts, dangerous business partners, and sweet white-collar power.
The moment she signs that billion-dollar contract, she belongs to Ethan Cole. Her body...and her heart.
©2015 Barachou Press (P)2015 Barachou Press
I liked the premise of this book and the beginning of it but then it fell flat. The heroine's character got annoying and I think the narrator's voice added to it.
If you get this book, get it on sale. Otherwise, I don't think it is worth a credit.
I really tried to get into the book, however the narrator made it so hard to listen to. Her voice made the male sound retarded and lazy like he couldn't form his words so he had to speak really slow. You can also hear background noise, almost like traffic was coming thru the microphone. I just couldn't finish the book no matter how hard I tried.
I enjoy a good book and a cozy place to cuddle with it.
Story was ok, but the narrator was awful. The Author does have some great
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