He's ruthless, and he does his job well, but he is very strict, rude and professional...in court. In his office and private life, he's a total bad boy playboy.
Dylan: I take what I want. Whether that be in court or in my bedroom. My father has taken a liking to something. Or rather, someone: Yvette. There is no way I am going to stand for that.
I've never lost a case before. But this was the first time I did. I had to get to the bottom of it. If not for my client, then for my own sanity. But will I be able to? What am I going to do about Yvette? She's too good at her job to try to risk pursuing, but God do I want her so bad!
Yvette: I was just doing my job. The job I wanted so badly. He's so strict at work. And I want him. But he's my boss! I'm at the verge of quitting. What am I going to do? I need to solve and win this case in court otherwise I'm just going to go backwards.
Object Me is a bad boy lawyer romance. There is no cheating, no cliffhanger, and a guaranteed happy ending!
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I believe that the print version of this book would be more enjoyable as the story is written from the Point of View of Dylan and Yvette. The narrator did a good job, but it was sometimes hard to distinguish which voice was having the POV.
I liked Yvette better than Dylan. Dylan did not appeal to me as he came across as a selfish prick
I liked it when Dylan fired his father
No extreme reactions. Some parts of the story were humorous
I have read and listened to several books by Roxy Sinclaire. The narrator on this particular book did a good job, but I would have personally enjoyed it more if there would have been a male narrator doing the male POV. I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator, and/or publisher.
- Becky Halechko