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It really does seem as though the author wrote a novella, then added 2 or 3 hours to it and then repackaged it into a novel. Unfortunately nothing, or at least very little of substance was added to this hypothetical novella in those hours. There were far too many instances of long drawn out sex scenes; not the entertaining type, but the basic vanilla, middle of the road, your mother's or your grandmother's romance read/listen. The central crux of the story is quite good as female power executive Elliott Foster meets young attorney on the rise Lauren Collier. Suddenly temperatures are on the rise, loins are becoming moist, and the emergency fire alarm is blaring. Indeed if this had been a novella I think it would've been a five star special; as it is I barely gave it a three.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
The story is actually very good. However the narrator's pitch became a major source of irritation. A redo of the story with another narrator would definitely improve ratings on this audio bok.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
The narration is possibly what kills this book by chapter two, but the story for me is really uninteresting, smug, and so not like the description given which asserts to be something it's not at all
Would you try another book written by Julie Cannon or narrated by Heather Miles?
No. I would never buy a book with this narrator
Would you be willing to try another book from Julie Cannon? Why or why not?
Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Heather Miles?
A robot would have been better. Anyone would be an improvement.