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Publisher's Summary

Book 1 in the Heller series.
Despite having no experience or skills, Tilly Chalmers can’t believe her luck when she lands a dream job in a security and surveillance business owned by the dangerously attractive Heller. But she soon discovers her new boss is a man of many secrets. And what is she to make of the strange group of people who live with him? After her first two assignments go disastrously wrong, and with a ruthless competitor on the scene, Tilly must decide if she has what it takes to survive the rough world of security work.
©2011 JD Nixon (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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By Quippygirl on 05-13-16

I Liked It.

What made the experience of listening to Heller the most enjoyable?

Story: 3.5 stars<br/><br/>I guess it would probably be the story itself. It was funny at times, kept me engaged and I enjoyed the chemistry between Tilly and Heller.

Did Jorjeana Marie do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

Hmm. Yes and no. Jorgeana has a very pleasant voice but it was odd to have the character of Tilly speak with an American accent, while using words like shag, gobsmacked, knickers, arse, etc., that are mostly specific to the UK or Australia. Since the book and character are set somewhere in the UK or Australia, it would have sounded more authentic if she'd adopted the correct accent . Her male European accent for Heller wasn't great either. Having said that, I eventually got over most of my issues because her voice itself is nice to listen to.

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

I was moved by a few of the characters and what they'd been through in their lives.

Any additional comments?

I plan to continue on with the series and I'm looking forward to Heller's Revenge.

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By ZH on 09-20-15

Entertaining and funny

I believe the author is from Australia and I'm not sure if it's suppose to take place there as well since they use "lift' for elevator and other non American words. Either way though, the books are funny and entertaining and I'm really enjoying them regardless of an accent or lack of. The narrator still does a good job. What do I know...maybe she does have an accent! Doesn't sound like it to me though.

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