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Publisher's Summary

Farren Fields shouldn't be attracted to her hot, older boss...

But she is.

She's brains and beauty, unafraid to go after what she wants - until her sexy, alpha, playboy boss becomes the object of her innermost desires.

Rogan Rayner knows his new star employee is off limits...

But when have limits ever been able to stop him?

"In this world, there is nothing softer or thinner than water. But to compel the hard and unyielding, it has no equal. That the weak overcomes the strong, that the hard gives way to the gentle - this everyone knows. Yet no one asks accordingly." -Laozi

©2017 Nicole R. Locker (P)2017 Nicole R. Locker

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Good short story!

This is my first Nicole R. Locker's book and this won't be the last. I like the two main characters, Rogan and Farren. I like to have the point of view of the two of them. I also like Farren's Grandma and Shea, her best friend. This is a short story with a strong woman and a strong and protective man. There are heartwarming and steamy moments and a little suspense. I think the second book will fill the blanks to help us to well understand what happened in the past and I can't wait to read/listen to it. The narration isn't the best I had experienced, Elizabeth Tebb's voice isn't bad, but the sound quality isn't really good. I think it will be better in book 2. Also, there is a little blank in the narration near the end of chapter 16, but since I read/listen, I haven't lost anything. Overall, I really appreciated this story.

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Story is cute fluff, but Narrator is HORRIBLE

The story is the usual fluff, highly unrealistic but that pretty much what you expect and are looking for in these type of stories. But the narrator sounded like she had been called on to read aloud in high school. Random breaks, sometimes numerous in a single sentence, and obvious hesitations to pronounce pretty common words (ex Statuesque). Honestly if ut wasn't for the occasional accents I would say it was a case of an AI reading text to speech. She does improve somewhat later in the book, but its still noticeable. But just as her reading improves the actual audio starts getting static and cuttingin and out in the background.

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let down

the story is a little week . The narrator's male voice was bad. and the audio went out in chapter 15 for about a minute.

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not worth the money or credit

I was given this book for an honest opinion, that being said I was terribly disappointed no character development not enough back story.