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Vampire CEO

Narrated by: Krys Janae
Length: 4 hrs and 17 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Wait until he gets a taste of her.

Tossed out by her coven, Abigail has to brave the human world and get a real job. With no skills outside of potions and spells, she magics her way out of unemployment and into the executive suite of Midnight Pharmaceutical. 

But something strange is going on at Midnight. While her boss is the very definition of dark and mysterious, he makes her witchy sense tingle with his odd hours and the string of women leaving his office every day.

She'll find out what's happening at Midnight if her boss doesn't take a bite out of her first.

©2016, 2017 Erin Bedford (P)2019 Erin Bedford

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Awesome Story

I really enjoyed this story and it's take on vampire's. Krys did an amazing job narrating and I highly enjoyed the feel her voice gave the book. I also really loved that it was a witch and a vampire instead of a human and a vampire. To me both of them being supernatural beings puts them on a more level playing field.

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Loved it!

I have really love this audibook and the story. Love the two main caracters Abigail and Sebastian.

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We all need a CEO like this one.

I enjoyed this story immensely. Erin has a way with creating FMCs that defy your typical expectations.
As the daughter of the high priestess of one of the biggest covers around, Abigail is surrounded by nothing but expectations. As heir, she was expected to do things exactly as intended. Unfortunately, she learns the hard way just how far off track she could get when playing in magic she shouldn't.
After being all but banished from her coven, she finds herself landing a job at a pharmaceutical company as a secretary to, you guessed it, the CEO. Tall, dark, and sexy, Sebastian is exactly what you would expect a vampire to be and yet so much more. You find yourself falling more in love with him as each chapter passes.
The story has some ups and downs, as all good stories do, but in the end the FMC experiences some major personal growth and learns that sometimes the only thing holding you back from the unexpected and impossible is yourself.

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  • Jean Claude Ard Van Pierre
  • 02-07-19

Pretty good!

Not normally my cup of tea, but I gave it a listen anyway and I liked it. It reminded me more of a YA novel, but with some definite adult stuff thrown in there. The performance was on point also. I reckon I'd listen to a follow up.

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  • Ledgismus
  • 01-24-19

Premise Interesting, Genre Tropes Hinder the Story

It's one of those romances that you read because it's funny rather than the intended effect. I like the fact it has an actual backstory, plot, etc., but I wouldn't say it's reading of quality. In particular, a lack of synonyms and the problems with how relationships are often shown in romance books annoyed me because the premise was very engaging. The voice fits the narrator well, but every other voice sounds exactly the same without the markers. Also, Sebastian's very creepy and "masculine" is used as a way to describe the way he does things. Which is just … not how that word should be used, I'm sorry. I'll admit - I didn't pick up this book expecting to take it very seriously. I picked it up because of the unique plot and the fact it sounded funny in conjunction with my expectations of the genre. That's the case, so I can't say I'm disappointed, but the more I listened the more I wanted the writing to be better. The title's the best though, you've got to love the title.