A Very Personal Assistant

  • by Portia Da Costa
  • Narrated by Priscilla Carson
  • 1 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Miranda Austin's personal assistant, Patrick Dove, knows just how to please her - professionally and personally. After a particularly stressful meeting, Patrick offers to whisk her away for an erotic break - and to relieve her from being in control. She may be in charge in the business world, but in the bedroom he's the one calling the shots....


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Good lord, that was smexy!

The great thing about the Spice Briefs, they are such naughty reads with just enough story to make them enjoyable. I love these hawt yummy quickies. They are all about stripping the story down to the bare minimum and amping up the smexy scenes.

This is a yummy read where the personal assistant takes over outside of the office. Let me tell you the build to the sexing is enough to make you lose your panties!! This man really knows how to get a girl's engine revved!

I listened to the audiobook narrated by Priscilla Carson, who has a charming British Accent. It was a pleasure to listen to her read. Great quality in her tone and plenty of energy at all the right moments. I want to find more of her reads, for sure!

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- K. April Holgate

Eh. not really worth the 1 hour or so

I don't know if it's the narrator,but Priscilla Carson left me feeling empty. And the story... stupid. It was pretty awful. I don't typically HATE books, but this one just did nothing for me. I started this story with an open mind, but nothing helped. I normally LOVE British accents, but this one was just... painful. She sounded drunk. It was just so... not good. I couldn't even feel the "LOVE" that these two characters supposedly developed. It seemed so forced. The writer kept going on and on about their 'connection'. *rolls eyes* It was so ridiculously boring. Sex couldn't save this story. Nothing could. I felt like an interloper and tried desperately to leave. Awful. Really. I want my $2 .. and the past 1 + hours back.
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- mel "Go out and read something!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2012
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books S.A.