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    The Sebastians own this city. Hell, they own the whole world. All I want is one little piece of it, a corner that I can call my own.

    So when my boss runs away to “find herself”, I seize the opportunity and dive head first into the Sebastian’s glamorous universe. It’s everything I’ve ever wanted - fast paced and high stakes - and, even though I don’t fit in, I’m excellent at faking it.

    Until I come face-to-face with the man in charge, Scott Sebastian, the arrogant playboy heir with the mind of a devil and the body of a god and a mouth I can’t stop thinking about.

    He’s infuriating. He’s a distraction. He’s the man who wants me in his bed as much as I want to be there.

    And, if I get too close, he’ll be the one person who could expose me for what I really am - a fraud.

    ©2020 Laurelin Paige (P)2020 Laurelin Paige

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    • Global
      5 out of 5 stars
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    • CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
    • 28/10/2020

    DEVOURED IT.. THEN DISCOVERED A DUET CLIFFY😩

    I loved loved loved this very addictive story and greedily devoured it in a day.. but sadly there was no warning beforehand of its Duet two-book status.. or the CLIFFHANGER in between. Tess, the overlooked Assistant who borrows her boss’ power suits while she is away and, behind her back, Tess gets it in her head to pitch to SIC.. owned by the all-wealthy Sebastians, to get sponsorship for a Charity very close to her heart. And Tess lives in a nerve-wracking, sensual and sexy, emotionally straining, whirlwind rags-to-riches Cinderella type life for a short while with the Prince of the Empire. Yes it was oh so very wrong, yes it was all kinds of stupid and yes it was a gamble that has maybe paid off. Mostly though, yes it made for a delicious listen when Tess realizes the nameless handsome blue-eyed hottie whose apartment she woke up in that very morning is facing her across the boardroom. Turns out his name is Scott Sebastian.. and yes, their electrifying chemistry is still sparking between them. And it’ll continue to sizzle through each board meeting, each hot n heavy private office encounter and each secret raunchy rendezvous. However, the deeper and closer Tess gets to Billionaire Scott, the more she sees that there’s a warmth under his Player’s infamous persona - and the deeper she falls for him, the harder it is for Tess to burst their perfect bubble with her shady shameful truths. But, when the ‘proverbial’ clock inevitably strikes midnight, it’s too late and her fairytale comes crashing down when reality sucker-punches her with a shattering blow. And, as her shoe drops, all Tess’ hopes and dreams of a happily ever after is suddenly ripped away from her. Because Scott had secrets too. Great story, awesome build-up to the romance, forbidden boundaries deliciously crossed and the foundation is set for another wonderful romance. Laurelin Paige writes such drool-worthy, dirty talking, sexy, handsome, filthy alphas and Jacob Morgan brought him to life perfectly in the duet-style narration when Tess and Scott were together. It’s Tess’ PoV, it’s her putting everything on the line for a Charity she’s desperate to help and it’s Tess I feel will be left broken-hearted when the OMG dust has settled after the cruel cruel cliffhanger. Emily Roya did a fantastic job making this a very enjoyable and entertaining listen.

    WORTH A CREDIT? OMG yes, but I should’ve know it was a Duet because Ms Paige loves a cliffhanger ending. She lures you in with off-the-charts chemistry and sexual tension between rich complex characters. And with this, there’s great banter, drops of humor, sizzling sexcapades, emotional conflicts of the head vs the heart, business boundaries stepped over and thrills, suspense and teases as the climactic cliffhanger loomed. Let’s hope that this fairytale will end in a sighworthy HEA in book 2 out in November 🤞🏻. Bonus outtakes at the end by the two talented narrators were a giggle too.

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    • Theresa Martin
    • 08/05/2021

    Jacob Morgan was perfectly mischievous!

    Even though this was basically Working Girl, it was a pretty good story. There were enough twists and surprises, and Jacob Morgan can have me listening to pretty much anything. Tess and Sebastian come from different worlds, and although they met under shocking circumstances, they have some seriously strong chemistry. I knew there was a cliffy, but it was a pretty good one.

    Now to see how everything falls back into place w/the sequel.

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    • Tonya C.
    • 11/02/2021

    I stopped listening at chapter 12

    This was a boring story. And I would have preferred for Jacob Morgan to have more parts. Returning asap!

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    • Book Lover Reviews
    • 04/12/2020

    Working Girl retelling with a satisfying twist!

    I purchased both audio and ebook. This is my review for the audiobook. 🤯🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
    In the beginning, I couldn't get over how similar the book was to one of my favorite 1980s flicks, Working Girl, starring Melanie Griffith and Harrison Ford. But midway through I realized it was taking a completely different course. I absolutely loved this book! Every. Delicious. Moment!
    The narrators were fantabulous and portrayed the characters so well, bringing them to life in a way where each and every emotion played on my nerve endings. And not in a bad way. I devoured this book and moved onto the next immediately, buying both audio and eBook.
    Tess and Scott are drawn together. You can feel their connection leaping from the page and the narrators' voices.
    If I could rate this 10 stars, I would.
    5 sizzling-hot stars!

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    • Kindle Customer
    • 22/04/2021

    Mesmerizing!

    Loved this story so much! The characters were really awesome, especially because of the expressive and realistic narration. The voice of Scott was so sexy and delicious.
    I cannot wait for the next book!!!
    So very GOOD!

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    • Adria O'Neill
    • 12/04/2021

    Social, preachy dribble couched in smutty romance.

    The only two positives are that this was a duet narration (the best), and the sex was hot! However... If your idea of escape is reading preachy, social justice dribble couched in smutty romance, then this is for you! No one can escape this and I WILL warn others so they know what they are getting into. This book struggles horribly to throw in so much SJW bullcrap plus third-wave feminism, classism, and systemic racism yet make the main male character the alpha of old and hold to the traditional romance formula with tons of raunchy sex. (Yes. I knew this book was contemporary smut. I paid for that, not a contemporary activist rant). This book's plot, within the first five minutes, shows how the modern feminist views, evil white privilege (stated out-right, and evil billionaire- main character), and global warming all fall apart when applied to daily life. Dear God, the hero is a white billionaire who is supposed to not make out with the female character and who is supposed to be evil. Yet... the main female character lusts after said white billionaire; is attracted to his money; power; looks, and chooses to make out with him. Then proceeds to want to use his money for her charity,wants to screw him as much as possible, and give up her female power to let him dominate her in bed and the boardroom! I swear, most books/movies written post 2010 have all of this BS in there. Plus the obligatory nod to the gay or trans side-kick and Person Of Color (POC) friend. These authors and publishing houses spend so much time virtue signalling and preaching this Leftist religion that there is no room for a plot, let alone one that does not contradict every commandment from thou shalt not allow biological gender roles of the last 10,000 years, to thou shalt not so much as breath, let alone have children, for they pollute and we will all die in 10 years! (Thanks AOC) I have NEVER had to write such a scathing review and I read about 120 books per year. If this is your scene, have at it. Like modern art, this to is dead. I have never felt compelled to share my disgust for Leftist beliefs, until now. I keep them to myself. I don't even have Twitter or FB and I 100% support freedom of speech and stupidity. But I will be damned if I will pay to hear this when I am promised an escape and I feel I need to warm people who do not wish to waste money or time. A ranty book deserves a ranty review!

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    • Global
      4 out of 5 stars
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    • LexiMuse
    • 27/12/2020

    Poor girl takes a chance in career and love

    This is part 1 of a two part story with a minor cliffhanger that takes all of book 2 to resolve. The duet narration is great though; this succeeds because of the performers and makes for a giant improvement over sing narration or even dual narrators.. Emily Roya and Jacob Morgan had seamless dialogue and were well matched in their performances though more point of view from the Scott character would have made for a better balance. The story had an interesting medical back story and in typical Laurelin manner the passion between the main characters is very hot and at times extremely graphic. The main female character Tess is kind, and sympathetic but also fairly ambitious and willing to take advantage of opportunities while she herself is being taken advantage of. A very modern romance with ethnic characters and erotic moments plus a little humor.Looking forward to part 2.

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    • Patricia Villali Koett
    • 26/11/2020

    Great narration and character chemistry.

    Laurelin Paige is such an outstanding creator of characters that are intriguing and stories that keep you on your toes. This being the first part of a duet really sets things up nicely while having the end be a slap in the face. Thank God I already have the next audio ready!! The narration is on point! Emily Roya is new to me and I really like her voice and performance. Having this story be performed duet style is a great treat as well.

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      5 out of 5 stars
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    • KAM
    • 22/11/2020

    Wow!

    Get me the next book.

    I wish I had not known that this was a cliffhanger. But after skimming some reviews before downloading this people were complaining about a cliffhanger. I get the frustration of that when the next book is not out, but because I knew there was a cliffhanger I think it made me more suspicious. I figured out what was going to happen kind of early in the book. So that was a bummer but it didn’t mean the angsty, twist your stomach in knots feeling wasn’t there at the end. It was.

    And now I can’t wait to finish this review so I can start the next book.

    These types of books are hit and miss with me. I usually am not a big fan of the storyline centering around a lie. It makes me feel anxious and I usually don’t agree with why they are keeping the secret to begin with. But this one hit right in the middle. It didn’t really bother me what she was doing but at the same time, it started to annoy me that she didn’t just come clean.

    That’s all I’m saying, I need to start the next book.

    Oh wait, I LOVED the bonus outtakes at the end. I wish every audiobook did that but especially with the dual narrative. It cracked me up.

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      5 out of 5 stars
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    • SmilingJade
    • 21/11/2020

    Another hit by Laurelin Paige

    Caution...cliffhanger at the end and waiting for Man in Love....This was a fun book to listen to....the duet narration was fantastic and enjoyable. Scott Sebastian just oozes sex and Tessa is all like putty when she is with him. I wish she was stronger and bolder...and can keep her control. overall, another amazing duet by one of my fav authors

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