Fresh from college and already having landed her dream job at City & Sky, sexy but sweet Jamaicka Grant can't believe that she's the one to get tapped to go on assignment halfway around the globe to photograph the idyllic and world-class Glacier Bluff Hotel tucked away in the Scandinavian Alps. It's a gig that others would die for, but that's exactly what she's afraid of. She's going to get out there in the snow and ice, and she's going to die! Accident prone even walking down the street, she's willing to risk it to keep her job. And that is what's on the line - her job!
Handsome stranger to the rescue.
Worth billions, Kynon Morrison is one of the world's richest bachelors - and one of the busiest. He alone among his siblings is determined to continue the legacy of overseeing the empire of world-class resorts built up by his family. But spreadsheets, numbers, and meetings can tell Kynon only so much about how the resorts, found in the most beautiful and sometimes dangerous locations around the world, are doing.
That's why he's going on holiday - undercover - at Glacier Bluff Hotel. As a paying guest, he'll be able to experience a stay at the premiere ski resort in the same way any person would, and then he'll be able to make any changes needed as the boss.
And as the boss, he really wants to know why some inexperienced slope bunny is on the lift heading straight toward their most dangerous ski trail. Before he can intervene, she takes a tumble that has him going head over heels - for her.
To help her save her job, he puts his own on hold and goes from undercover boss to undercover billionaire as he turns his own life upside down to become everything she needs, right when she needs it.
©2016 Mia Caldwell (P)2016 Mia Caldwell
This story had potential the outline for a really good read was there but in the end it really fell short. There were places when a character would say something referring to a conversation that hadn't happened and your trying to figure out what their talking about. Overall it seemed rushed and not completely well thought out. The narrator could have been a lot better as well sometimes you couldn't make out what she was saying, while she was speaking English.
I struggled with this one. I wanted to like it, but the storyline had inconsistencies throughout. This needed a thorough content edit. The narrator was ok, but I didn't understand the accent as the author said he was American and she made him sound English but yet the people who were actually from the country they were in didn't have accents. it was odd. I don't think the conflict was developed well either. who cares she didn't know who he really was he had only known her like 5 days and all of a sudden they are just so in love they have to get married? hmmm I'm glad this was free. I'd be mad if it weren't.
Traveling therapist listening to AUDIBLE books while driving to far areas. Also host/produce radio show on KGLP 91.7 on staying positive!!
A refreshing sweet love story from MIA Caldwell. A clusmy brown skinned photo journalist is sent on assignment but gets hurt. A handsome world traveler rescues her & helps her meet her deadline so she doesn't lose her job. BUT there is a surprise about the handsome stranger and A HUGE surprise at the end of the story. Everything about this story was entertaining. I REALLY like that despite their attraction for each other they (he) wanted to wait before getting intimate. He wanted for them to get to know each other better. (She was only there for 5 days).. My only negative was when they did make love. He didn't offer "protection". He was older, in his 30's and traveled the world. She was in her 20's and had 2 lovers. Two adults in love SHOULD HAVE had a brief conversion about choosing to use a condom & if both had a clean bill of health BUT.. The story still is worth a credit or purchase. There was diversity in the characters..AND There WAS NO graphic sex details but a soft description of their time together..I really enjoyed plot and the fact that the DAMSEL did the rescuing.. BRAVO Mia Caldwell. BRAVO.
At first it sounded a little "tinny" could've been my head phones but it didn't last.
For me the voice of the narrator has to grab me within the first few lines. Intonation, excitement were executed wonderfully, and to my surprise "Kai" I couldn't find any similarities to Malika voice. Great job!
At first I wasnt sure how "Jamiaka" would progress and fit the story line but the graduation of her character was written really well.
Nailed (Malika)all the accents for the characters developed and which I found quite refreshing. All too often some narrators attempt it but still sound the same. The story was cute , a little predictable in the sense that ( as a female listener) you could relate or often would do or respond the same and the character did.
Really enjoyed it,as short as it was , it wasn't over narrated and the character though a little clumsy wasn't stereotypical or aloof.
Also I loved that the descriptives weren't overdone and though the vocabulary was simple it flowed.
Looking forward to more from Mia
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