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Publisher's Summary

They call him the puppet master.
They say he's dirty, dark and dangerous.
And they're right.
He's everything they say he is, and more.
So much more.
Alexander Henley has no idea I exist. No idea whatsoever how much I want him.
But that's all about to change.
Because if there's one thing I know about the puppet master, it's that he pays well to pull women's strings.
And I'm going to be his next purchase.
©2017 Jade West (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Cre O. on 04-05-18

Save your credit

The only reason I rated this a 1 Star is because leaving it blank defaults to 5 stars, but trust me, this book deserves a zero star rating same with the narrators.

I had this book sitting in my wishlist for a while and finally decided to spend my credit, and boy was it a waste.

Here are my problems with this book outside of both narrators being absolutely AWFUL

1) The hero is supposedly rich and hires people to clean his house filled with valuables, he didn’t even take the time to learn the name of his cleaner nor did he invest in any kind of cameras to protect his home and valuables!! RIDICULOUS

2) The kids in the story was pointless because aside from a few cameos they never really developed (which I understand because this story is about sex) but whey make them part of the story. The kids were never a priority for neither the hero or heroine but somehow all their decisions was for the kids (heavy eye roll)

3) This book was plain stupid..save your credit

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2 out of 5 stars
By W. Marie Britt on 03-16-18

Omg! The woman’s voice makes this awful.

The book is slow, and I am trying to lumber through this book, but it’s torture. A complete waste of coin. The woman narrator doesn’t pull off the character and I don’t know if that’s what makes it drag or if she just makes a bad book even worse.

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