Boss with Benefits

  • by Lelani Black
  • Narrated by Jessi McMahon
  • 2 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Hot Honolulu bachelor Jack Sloane has finally fallen in love. Problem is, he can’t find his woman - a mysterious beauty who showed up after-hours at his Waikiki office and spent one erotic night with him that he'll never forget. How such a sexy beauty could be his frumpy secretary's sister is a mystery. He has to see her again and convince her he's worth more than a one night stand.
Keely St. John has no intention of helping her gorgeous boss locate his fantasy girl. How can she without exposing her secret? It’s bad enough she’s spent the last three months fantasizing about him while carefully maintaining her drab image. Now her one lusty night with the island tycoon could cost more than just her job and a Boss with Benefits.

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not so hot

Cliche story with boring sex. All the women have big full breasts, flat stomachs and are gorgeous. The lead male is a blue-eyed blond playboy with lots of money. All the women want to sleep with him, but one encounter with the female Clark Kent and he is in love and wants to get married. If the writer could have actually made the lead character a mousy shy woman, it would have made more sense and been more entertaining. Though this story is aimed at women, I would think it would not help there self-esteem. If aimed at men there would have been dirtier sex.
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- Jim "The Impatient"

Finally a truely beievable, yet truely sexy plot!

What made the experience of listening to Boss with Benefits the most enjoyable?

The story kept moving well and let you look into the character's soul. I loved the conflict she faces in being both her sister and herself. Romantics will love this story.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Boss with Benefits?

The sex was both tender and passionate. I was believable, and felt good.


What about Jessi McMahon’s performance did you like?

I always prefer a woman reading, but she was able to be somewhat convincing as a man. I could feel the emotion in her voice. I felt as though she was the female character.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The moment where she must reveal her identity.


Any additional comments?

This is one of my favorite stories. I will definitely listen again.

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- Robert

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-01-2011
  • Publisher: AudioLark Audio Books