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Publisher's Summary

The first of a trilogy following the story of Elle Reynolds, a focused and disciplined young woman, who is determined to escape her poverty stricken background by hard work and integrity alone. Her path is crossed by two wealthy, powerful men, both of whom wish to possess her, but both have dark secrets.

©2016 D A Latham (P)2016 Dawn Latham

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Loves the story but the narrator is horrible

The story is great. It kept me intrigued and wanted to keep listening. The worst part was listening to the narrator. She was horrible.

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Horrible narration

I like the story, but it took all I had to finish listening to this audible. Chapter 11 recording was horrible. Didn't anyone review this recording? It's a shame.

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Good book and start of promising series!

Enjoying the book but very disappointed that the remaining books do not come in audio. Why do one and not the rest?

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didn't like the audible

the story line was good but the narrator not much. everything sounded like a runoff sentence. You couldn't tell when who was talking.

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a little disappointed with the narration

I enjoyed the storyline very much but was disappointed by the delivery. The narrator put very little emotion or empathy into the delivery of the story & I found I had to listen very carefully to pick up on which character was involved & when. Basically I got the jist.

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Horrible performance but good story

Would you listen to A Very Corporate Affair again? Why?

No, I will read the next books in the series. The recording was awful. Ended up reading the last part of the story as I couldn't listen any longer.

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Narrator sucked

Because of the plot I was kept interested but the audio recording and narrator sucked . Please used different recording device and narrator!!!!!!!!

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amazing!

loved the story...good lead woman role. love it! I can't wait for the next book!

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Better off reading instead of listening.

The production was really bad!! I thought the story was interesting and the narrator was OK, but the production was the worst I've ever heard.

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Reading paperback was better

I didn't like narrator I just felt like she was just reading the book line bye line no emotion nothing same tone for every character I was waiting so long for this book to come out on audible cause I love this series.

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  • l robinson
  • 08-19-16

poor narrator

Good book and surprise twist
very poor narrator would have improved the book. reading was rigid and rushed not audible usual standard

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  • Sarah
  • 09-30-17

Very poorly narrated

This is a good story and a brilliant twist, but sadly it's extremely poorly narrated, there is one time all the way through, I don't think it's been read very well as there is no breaks between sentences, you're never sure which character is talking and there are so many skips and stops it spoils the enjoyment. It's a shame :(

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  • Joanne Joy Stafford
  • 09-27-16

Narrator couldn't be more dull if she tried.

Couldn't get passed the first chapter, the narrator is literally reading it for the first time like she has no idea of pitch or tone, there s no difference between characters and she slows down when there's a sentence made up of a string of difficult words. Am going to apply for my money back on this one. Didn't get to hear the story so unfair to rate it so low but couldn't do otherwise.