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Shameless Bastard

By: J. Haney,S.I. Hayes,Hero Club
Narrated by: Grace Grant,Gregory Salinas
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Publisher's Summary

Temping sucks, especially when you have a shopping addiction. I started at Seemore Temps when my dreams were shattered and I needed something to pay the bills. 

At Seemore Temps they pride themselves on the three B’s. Beauty, Brains, and Bounty. They supply the mostly male-driven businesses of Manhattan with able women that can do the job, and look good too. 

Needless to say, we’re a popular agency. 

Working for Mason Chase should have been easy. He was married, kind, and a bit of a flirt, but pretty harmless. 

Not like James Murtaugh or the Shameless Bastard as I’ve come to call him. He’s the ruthless, arrogant CEO of Renowned Investment Financial, and he’s set his eyes on...me. 

He can have any woman he wants and will go to great lengths to have them. 

I need this job, but I want, Christ, what do I want? Do I give in? Let him conquer me like some emperor?  

Or do I stay in my place and collect the paycheck? We shall see, either way, it’s gonna be interesting. 

All good things must come to an end, right? 

Except our ending was one I didn't see coming.

©2020 J. Haney & S.I. Hayes and Cocky Hero Club, Inc. (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Good Narration Okay Story

The story was just ok. There was quite a bit of potential here but I felt like the story skipped around too much. I would have liked more detail on several parts of the story. The partner, the friend, their past. The relationship between the lead characters went from zero to overly committed with no explanation.
The saving grace of this one was the narration. They made an okay story seem better. I was glad I listened but would not put this one in the top of my list from the Cocky Hero collection.

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to short for all the things going on in here

the narrators were great. the story however was all over the place. so many things happening all at once. I also couldn't connect to the female lead, she was way to much drama.

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Horrible

It’s hero club not sex club. All sex no story. Author clearly doesn’t know the difference.

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I can’t finish this one

No character development!! I can’t connect to anyone in the story ( what little story there is). I can’t finish this one. I think it is a try for erotica instead of a love story. It wasn’t even erotic!! The male voice seemed robotic but he didn’t have a real story to read so I don’t think he was terrible, just needed better material to work with.

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very good

Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! good overall

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Horrible male

The first book that started the “Hero Club Series” Soraya and Graham’s story Is “Stuck-Up Suit” by ViKeeland and Penelope Ward it took me forever to figure it out.
You don’t need to read the first book but if you want to....
HORRIBLE MALE narrator. Grace Grant is great but couldn’t finish book. He sounds like a robot.

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James & Arielle

First let me say, I did like this story. This is the first book I have read by this author. There was so much going on I was not sure what to focus on. I honestly felt like I missed something because “love” was thrown around so fast.
That being said, the instant chemistry between James and Ariella was palpable, their banter was fun, and it did keep me entertained.
Narration was fantastic

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Great Story

Love Gregory Salinas' voice!! Very swoon worthy:-) Story made me smile and I listened from start to finish in one day.

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So terrible

This was soo terrible the story was very surface with no real development. The male narrator was so awful. The banter was just cringe worthy. Ugh was so hard to finish!

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This was not good

Others commented on how all over the place this book was. While I see how they came to that conclusion, I disagree. There was not enough character development and no deep dive into getting to know the characters at all. Their sudden change I behavior did not fit and tended to fluctuate with little to know buildup. I liked the storyline and there was a lot going on but I couldn’t connect with NYU e in the book, it was hard to connect the dots from one scene to the next and it did not flow very well. Nice try but the book needed at least another 2 hours of time to get into the characters personalities and what made them tick.

The performance of the narrators was spectacular.