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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Sure would..quick and fun story from beginning to end..leaving you wanting more!
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Have you listened to any of Meghan Kelly’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
yes I have and she never disappoints!
Who was the most memorable character of The Billionaire's Whim and why?
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** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **
This is a quick first installment in a romance series...and I can see the romance coming...Lillian is head strong and young...and I think she is about to meet her match! Cant wait for #2!! Good little story and great narration!!
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At 54 minutes long, this is one super fast listen.
If you've followed serials before, you know the drill. Book one will always get plot underway, introduce main characters, and let sparks fly...
But this book ends *just* and I mean just before the hero & the heroine meet.
And after 50 minutes believe me, YOU WANT TO SEE THESE TWO MEET. Trent (Hero) needs a good shaking up. Lillian (Heroine) has had a line of a-hole bosses and really needs this last chance job opportunity to pan out with a good boss. Because she can't seem to keep her mouth shut and from telling them where they can stuff it.
Problem? Trent's worse than all of them combined.
He however has the problem on the opposite end of the spectrum; he has chased off every assistant because they are afraid of him.
CUE SPARKS, RIGHT??
She has a hellacious start to her Morning of the Interview, and the tension has been building, building, building - you just know she's about to blow her top and he's got to be aggravated beyond belief with her being late so when she finally reaches his office you are like, "Oh this is gonna be good" but...
That's when THE BOOK ENDS. Noooooo...
YOU REALLY REALLY WANT BOOK 2.
And I say this after thinking at first that the characters were kind of "meh". When the book begins, Trent is the typical jerk billionaire trope: arrogant, rude, abrasive and in need of a woman who will set him straight.
Yes it's trope. But by the end, I was happily following along and really excited to see those sparks that were stolen and spirited away for book 2.
Lillian is... at first I didn't like her much. Yes, we've all had those jobs, those days, those rough spots and those "it just happened!" but this girl is one hot mess that I struggled to like at first. By the end though, I was more sympathetic and again, really wanted her to show Trent just how much she wouldn't, couldn't be cowed. I want her to stick it out with this job because he needs her to spice things up and tell him like it is.