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Forbidden Boss

Narrated by: Amber Lee Connors
Length: 4 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
4 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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I’m carrying a huge secret.

His secret.

I was supposed to be the good girl.

No flings, perfect grades, career-focused.

Now I might lose it all...because of him.

Oliver Price.

My father’s new business partner.

At least ten years older.

Father of two little girls.

And my new boss.

The man is virtually impossible to resist.

His tattooed chest.

Those hypnotizing eyes.

And damn, that wicked smile.

I know I want him.

I know my devil dad would do everything to stop me.

I also know that play time will be over once I leave for grad school.

But the one thing I didn’t know until now?

I’m pregnant.

And the only person I can’t tell?

Him.

©2019 Summer Brooks (P)2019 Summer Brooks

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Nice story

Enjoyable romance by Summer Brooks. The story was a fast paced, romantic stories. Oliver and Isla great characters with a lot of chemistry. I hear the story on audible and the narrators did a nice job with the telling of the story.

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Whiny af

As much as I would like to give this audiobook 5 stars, I just can’t. The story for the most part is very good. The voice actor did an awesome job. However, during the course of the story the Isla was always described as mature for her age. On some level that may have been true, but when your go to reaction to being uncomfortable with a situation is to be argumentative or run away, well that to me shows a clear lack of maturity. She had her moments when dealing with her father that should have been redeeming but still sometimes came off as whiny a.f.

Oliver on the other had, I love his character. He could have been portrayed as the typical alpha hole but wasn’t at all. He loved his job and his family, and from the beginning completely understood what was happening. For him I gave this 4 stars.

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Opening Up To Love and Forgiveness

Isla (loved her name) works plans to work for her father for a year to save money and go to graduate school. Her father is distant harsh and sexist and gives her no encouragement love or acceptance.
Oliver has just become a partner in Isla’s father’s business. A widower with two cute little girls..after years after his wife’s death he sees and is attracted to Isla.
Funny unexpected circumstance and lighting attraction...hiding a building romance and Isla wanting to show her father she is smart talented and worthwhile.
The narrator, new to me, did a great job for voices from older men to a little girl. Great job
A story worth a listen..it really grew on me!
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Rogernie Roberts
  • 12-28-19

I really enjoyed this

The storyline is great and it's filled with steamy scenes and emotions. Isla and Oliver made a great couple despite her dad's attitude.