Telling James West he can't do something is like telling lightning it can't strike. The only thing that crosses his mind is, "challenge accepted." Finally sitting at the helm of his family's oil company, James is ready to conquer the industry. The gorgeous, mysterious woman who keeps crossing his path looks like the perfect distraction from the stress of his new role. He'll have to choose between having her in his corner at West Oil or taking her to his bed.
Libby Saint-Jane has been living a lie. One she intends to protect at any cost. When she finds herself in over her head and on the verge of failure, will her boss, James West, bail her out or kick her to the curb? He may not be the solution for all her troubles, but he might be the adventure she's been waiting for.
©2016 Danielle Stewart (P)2016 Danielle Stewart
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"Great start to this series"
James West is a hard man in this book, but the love of a good woman can bring him around. Libby is way too sweet for James, but she has a way of getting to him and softening him, making him a better person. Great story and a joy to read. This series goes along with two other author's series so if you are reading them it brings new meaning when it talks about people, but it is great as a stand alone also.
I have many books narrated by Robin Rowan and enjoy them all.
"good story but narration a problem"
enjoy the basic storyline but narrator a female voices too breathy. all women characters sounded like they were out of breath. Made listening rather difficult at times.
"Libby's voice was pretty annoying"
The story was fine and so was narrator until she reads Libby's character it was so annoying and way too high pitched, totally unnecessary and clearly not the narrators own pitch. Why??? I almost stopped listening several times but the story and the narrators decent job on most of the other characters helped push me to the finish line.
"Liked the book, hated the narration"
No. I bought the Audible by accident when buying the book, and turned it on three-quarters of the way through the book. The breathy, high-pitched voice used for Libby was so ridiculous that I turned it off immediately.
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