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Publisher's Summary

Training (Billionaire Submission, Part 1) is the first story of the Billionaire Submission series.

Mindy, fresh out of college and battling an impossible job market, toils away at gaining freedom from the upstairs bedroom of her parents' house. When an old professor contacts her about a job interview to work as an apprentice for one of the most powerful men in the world, she can barely contain her excitement. Mindy soon finds out that this job is going to involve an entirely different type of training to please her new boss.

©2013 Mindy Wilde (P)2013 Mindy Wilde

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XX rated fans will love this. It was not my cup of tea. This book had

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Don't waste your time

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Build up to a plot.

How could the performance have been better?

I feel like the narrator was just reading the book.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Training (Billionaire Submission, Part 1)?

The part where she goes to report for work at 12 midnight. It just really seemed far fetched. Which is where story build up would have been good. Spoiler alert************you show up for work at automatically feel at ease getting naked with/for your boss. There was no real relationship investment. No flirtation or sexual tension -I would find the story more believable if she was attracted to him and he attracted to her. I did it get he sense of that at all.