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Publisher's Summary

A BWWM romance by J A Fielding and the follow up to the audio book Home Is Where The Heart Is'. Can be listened to as a stand alone story.

Julie and Steven's relationship has gone from strength to strength. Mere months ago, billionaire Steven had traveled from the UK to establish his growing homes business overseas. What he didn't plan on however, was meeting the woman of his dreams; a black beauty by the name of Julie.

Since then, Julie has come to work for him in his business and the two have been inseparable. But as they find out more about each other, can this strong relationship last?

Find out in this billionaire romance with a difference.

Suitable for over 18s only due to scenes of a sexual nature.

©2014 J A Fielding (P)2015 J A Fielding

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The Narrator Was Throwing Me OFF!!!!!!!!!!!!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Absolutely.. The Narrator should've been multiple would've turned out a lot better.

What was most disappointing about J. A. Fielding’s story?

I didn't like she kept referencing 50 Shades of Grey it took away from her story line and started to feel like a "copycat" I couldn't get into it

Would you be willing to try another one of Stacey Pearson’s performances?

Ummmmm... maybe

Was Jealousy and Trust worth the listening time?

Not really

Any additional comments?

Need a male narrator for Stephen.

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hit out the park

I'm so much into this series that I can't wait to get the next book..

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great story!!!!!!

i am a hopeless romanic and this story gave me my romance fix for the day

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Bland edition

What did you like best about Jealousy and Trust? What did you like least?

The potential for some interesting conflict with the male leads exes. But the storlyine was not explored at all.

Would you ever listen to anything by J. A. Fielding again?

I have the other books in the series on audible and can't return so I will complete them. I will not purchase other audibles at this stage.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The monotone delivery did nothing to help the story. The story had inconsistencies that were amplified.

Do you think Jealousy and Trust needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

I do not. I think the series should have been combined into one. This edition was not really about anything significant.

Any additional comments?

As stated in my previous, this book dropped off unexpectedly. This series would have been better served being released as one. The constant references to 50 shades continued. There was not anything Christian Grey (who was bland as well mind you) about the male lead in this book