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Two Weeks Notice

Narrated by: Joe Arden, Erin Mallon
Length: 5 hrs and 54 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (743 ratings)
Regular price: $19.95
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Publisher's Summary

To Whom It May Concern: 

I am writing this letter to formally announce my resignation from Parker International (and the arrogant, condescending CEO) effective two weeks from today. This was a very easy decision to make, as the past two years have been utterly miserable. I wish his next executive assistant all the luck in the world (she'll need it) and if my boss should need me to do anything over the next two weeks, kindly tell him that he can do it [his] goddamn self....

Sincerely (Not Really),
Tara Lauren

That's the version of my two weeks' notice I should've sent to my boss, because the more professional version - the one where I said I was "grateful for all the opportunities", and "honored by all the rewarding experiences" over the years? That letter was rejected with his sexy, trademark smirk and an "I highly suggest you read the fine print of your contract...."

So, I did. And now I've realized that unless I fake my death, poison him, or find a way to renegotiate my impossible contract, I'm stuck working under one of the cockiest and most ruthless bosses in New York. 

Then again, I thought that was the case until he called me late last night with an emergency proposition....

This is a standalone contemporary romance.

©2018 Whitney G. (P)2018 Whitney G.

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Mixed feelings about this one

Not my favorite Whitney G. book, but...

Loved the beginning of the book. There were good parts throughout, however things gets a bit tiresome by the middle of the book.

There is a point that the love/hate, push/pull between the main characters is so over the top that it makes them very unlikable.

Love Joe Arden's narration, so that made it easier for me to finish the book.

I wouldn't say not to read it, as I am sure many people will love it, but it just wasn't for me.

26 of 30 people found this review helpful

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WHITNEY G CAN WRITE A GREAT HOT SEXY BOOK!

I purchase her books just because I see her name and always know she will deliver a GREAT HOT AND SEXY CAN PUT IT DOWN BOOK. She also always has great narrators. EXCELLENT NARRATION. I loved every minute of this book. I wish there was more.

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Sexy, hilarious romance!

This audiobook was so entertaining that at times I laughed aloud. The heroine is trying to find a job in NYC, without much luck. With her funds dwindling, she starts stopping by a luxury hotel for their free breakfast- meant for customers of the hotel. One day she gets caught and when trying to make a getaway, literally runs into the owner of the hotel. He sits her down and after a few minutes talking he offers her the job as his assistant. They have a love hate relationship, but their attraction to each other is off the charts. He’s the most demanding and rude boss and after 2 years she decides to quit. I don’t want to give away spoilers, but loved the ending! Narration was excellent!

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  • B. D.
  • Pure Michigan
  • 12-06-18

Just Couldn’t Do It..

I really REALLY wanted to like this book. Unfortunately after reading 15 chapters I was so bored that I skipped to the last 2. I knew there was an actual story in there somewhere but it took so long to get there or to get anywhere that I just lost interest. I’m a BIG Joe Arden fan but Erin Mallory’s voice has a tendency to put me to sleep. If you like l o n g drawn out stories that go on forever about nothing, then after 25 chapters, gets started, go ahead and read this one. There are other, much better books calling my name.

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Not worth the credit!!!

It had the makings of and awesome book but missed the mark by a mile. Totally corny.

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Joe and Erin are amazing and smoking hot!

I really enjoyed this book! Yes, it’s a similar plot/trop where the assistant hates her boss, yet they both end up together. But I still like it. Also, anytime I get to hear Joe Arden and Erin Mallon narrate the audiobook is a great time!

Preston, the billionaire hotelier is a jerk. Tara becomes his assistant. He doesn’t seem to respect her, and he takes up all of her available time. She resents it, and they go back and forth. I loved it. Strong chemistry, and some great supporting characters. It was a fun, kinda quick read.

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Narrator

The female narrator litterally sings the last word of most of her sentences. she makes a good book hardcro listen to. She does an up tick or something with the final word and it is HARD to ignore!

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Narration is Terrible

The narration from the female is absolutely annoying. She growls with any word that ends in "r". "driverrrrrrrrrrr", "riverrrrrrrrrr", "doorrrrrrrr", "barrrrrrrr". Everything ending I "r" is a ridiculous growl. Lousy narration and highly annoying.

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  • MVA
  • Funtown USA
  • 12-12-18

Workaholics report to this post!!

This was a good listen about a Demanding workaholic falling in love with his assistant. It was an ok read with a curb ball in the middle of the story that I didn't feel fit into the book. Other than that it was a pretty good listen....worth a credit.

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  • Munca H
  • Virginia United States
  • 03-17-19

waste of credit

hated it. didn't finish. mostly it was the female narrator. listen to the other reviews about how she rolls her r's at weird times. then the h in the story is just a horrible person. I barely got to 50%. DNF

I should add I still live the male narrator. He's the only reason I even got this title.

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  • Amna
  • 03-04-19

Mixed Feelings

I honestly thought I'd absolutely love this, I even waited until I had a credit saved up to purchase it. Now, I'm not saying I regret my decision either, because the narration was phenomenal and the writing was also great. So, my problem? I honestly did not like Mr Preston Parker. He is not book boyfriend worthy, and he is pure garbage and I hope you ladies (and gents) know you can do so much better for yourself (bookwise and in real life). Preston deliberately held Tara back from potentially amazing opportunities and was a genuine non-swoon worthy asshole. **SPOILER ALERT** Furthermore, the fine print stuff is far from legal and also the randomly dropping an orphaned child on a random person she has never met is also not correct (take it from a social worker). Also, having a cute 3 year old talk a cutesy to a grown asshole does not make said asshole anymore likeable. This was such a throw away side plot. I wanted to know more about Tara's successes after quitting.

TLDR: The main dude is an egotistical butthead, the heroine could have done so much better, and a lot of this was unrealistic. Great narration.

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  • Barbra Lazzarini
  • 11-29-18

Talk about butting heads 😂😂😂

These two clashed straight away .. I’m surprised they lasted this long .. who knew it was all really pent up sexual tension .. 😂 tank god for his little nice who changed him ... he priority .. beautiful..❤️👄❤️