Loving the Boss

Narrated by: CJ Bloom, August James
Series: Mid-Life Love, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 51 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.6 out of 5 stars (517 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Book two in the Falling for Mr. Statham Series

Claire Gracen finally has the life she's always wanted: a career she loves, a man who's willing to do any and everything for her, and friends that show her the true meaning of the word friendship.

As she and Jonathan prepare to make the ultimate commitment to one another and plan the wedding of her dreams, she quickly realizes that the hurtful past she left behind in Pittsburgh is a lot closer than she thought.

Cover design Najla Qamber Designs

©2013 Whitney G. (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Well Written But Witchy Heroine

Both books in the series were well written overall. The over all story arc and development of scenes and settings were well done. Most of the characters, excepting the most peripheral characters, were well rounded. But the heroine’s lack of maturity and tendency towards game playing was irritating and sometimes absolutely *itchy.

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loved this book

i loved this book especially happing endings and over possessive, controlling dominate men. so freakin hot

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Didn't care for it at all.

I struggled to finish it. No part was memorable. Male narrator sounded old. The story about billionaires is getting quite old. The teenagers were bratty and not believable. Just not up to the author's normal standards.

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great book

I really enjoy this author! This book is awesome and I can't wait to read more.

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A Tad Repulsive Heroin

Much as I like this book, Claire, the female lead is INCREDIBLY annoying and anyone without patience might frustratingly end listening to the book just because of her. Though 12 years older than her fiance, Claire seems to be a pushover, at times, and lacks the conviction and poise of a strong independent woman. However, she seems to be ignorantly godmatic and stuck up on the wrong things and for the wrong reasons. Arrghhhh!

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Ugh!

I disliked both main characters. I couldn’t believe I hat a grown woman would act so childish. I think that CJBloom’s overacted performance was the major problem.

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a second chance to happily ever after

This is a great continuation of Claire and Jonathan's journey to self-discovery. It's delightfully full of angst, passion and a second chance at romance. As the plot thickens, heart-breaking issues come to the surface for both characters. I truly loved this story. Whitney G's writing is superb. Narrators Bloom and James put a lot of heart and steamy sexiness into their performance. #AudiobookObsessionReviewer

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Male lead is basically abusive

I guess if domineering, possessive, immature bordering on emotionally abusive men is your type, then you'll love this book. Otherwise, give it a skip... I could barely get through it... It was a bit charming in the first but he just got worse in the second book. Billionaire or not, he's just mean...

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Jonathan is controlling and childish

First, the male reader is awkward. He’s adding periods or pauses where there shouldn’t be any. Next, Jonathan is controlling and childish. It’s weird to me that he treats Claire like she’s his age or younger. Last, Claire’s daughters are crappy humans. I know Claire has flaws but it’s hard to believe that they are a product of her.

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Good story but annoying main characters.

I’ve read other reviews, that talked about how annoying Claire was. I found Jonathan obnoxious, conceited and controlling. Their love story was cute but sometimes they both were just too much.