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Her Boss: A Sweet Brothers Romance

The Braxton Brothers, Book 1
Narrated by: Liz Krane
Series: The Braxton Brothers, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 24 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Publisher's Summary

The boss is off limits.  

Joshua is back in Honey Grove. As a divorced, single dad, he’s decided that love is the last thing he needs.   

Beth is back in Honey Grove after losing her job and getting dumped.  

When Josh’s mother, the town’s busybody, arranges for Beth to be his nanny, Josh decides to go along with the plan.  

Even though Beth is no longer the lanky girl next door, Josh isn’t looking for a relationship anyway. He can keep her at a distance. Right?  

Everything seems to be working out until their relationship deepens and their arrangement isn’t enough anymore.  

Too bad her feelings for Josh isn’t Beth’s only secret.

©2019 Anne-Marie Meyer (P)2019 Anne-Marie Meyer

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  • JP
  • 14-09-2019

Excellent narrator, lack of communication romance

I will not summarize this story because it was already given in the description of this book and I do not want to give any of the plot away. The purpose of this review was to give potential readers information to make an informed decision about reading/listening to this book. What engaged me in this story: • The author caught my attention right from the beginning and drew me into the story with the arrival of Josh and Jordan to their new home. Learning why Josh had to move back in with his parents helped me to connect with the story. • Josh and Beth were characters that you wanted to discover more about as you listened to the story. • Trish was perfectly characterized as a self-absorbed woman. • The minor players in this story added depth to the storyline. • The descriptions of locations and emotions were well done, easy to visualize, and to feel. I felt a part of the scenes. • The pacing of the story was neither too slow nor too fast. • There was a smooth, coherent flow to this book. • The transfer between Josh's and Beth's viewpoint in the story was very smooth. So smooth, I did not consciously register the changes. • This story had a satisfying ending. • The narrator did an excellent job in differentiating the various characters' voices. She did an amazing job. She had a pleasant voice to listen to. • This was a clean story. What bothered me: • I have a pet peeve for pathetic heroines who do not communicate and who do not use their brains. I like my heroines smart and the plot driven by other literary devices. The lack of communication between Beth, her mom, and Josh was very annoying and frustrating to me. Beth did not even try to THINK of a way to solve her problems, and that WAS the problem. In the beginning, Beth was likeable. As the story continued, she just became pathetic. I know many listeners do not mind weak heroines (damsels in distress who can't fix anything on their own) and would probably rate this story highly, a 4 or 5 star. So I am trying to rate this story from their perspective. The writing was excellent. The characterization well done. I will compromise and give the story an overall rating of 4 stars, the narration 5 stars, and the story 3 stars. I was given a free audiobook by the author. My review was voluntary and my opinions were my own. The narrator of this book was excellent. I will keep a lookout for more books narrated by Liz Krane.

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  • Rhojalia Leonard
  • 19-04-2020

Sweet romance

This was a wonderful sweet read. If you like sweet reads check it out. I highly recommend it.

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  • Alicia
  • 22-03-2020

Fun series!

I love this trope. I thought it was a great narrator, great story, and great characters!

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  • Trixie
  • 16-03-2020

Her Boss

I enjoyed this story. Good beginning of a series. A clean romance. Narration was very good.

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  • Toni Williams
  • 05-02-2020

amazing!

loved it! I cant wait to start the next one! absolutely loved the characters and cant wait to see what's in store for the other brothers.

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  • Crissy
  • 18-01-2020

Great start to a series

This was a great start to the Braxton Brothers. The family has love and grace for each other. Real life hardships with a HEA. The typical insecurities and self doubt occurred but it wasn’t drawn out. Clean sweet romance makes for an easy enjoyable read.

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  • lisamarie137
  • 11-01-2020

Adorable story

This was such a charming story. Girl next door was adorable and sweet. Hero was charming and a good guy. They were the type of characters you really root for, and want to make sure they end up together.

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  • Island Girl
  • 24-12-2019

Sweet second chance romance

This was an enjoyable story to hear on audible. The main characters really want to dislike one another. Josh worked hard to be the best dad that he could be while Beth struggled with her mother and a promise she made to her mother. There was a lot of chemistry and watching the couple as they navigated their feelings while trying to remain professional was fun to hear unfold. I recommend this to anyone that enjoys romance and second chances.

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 09-12-2019

Second Chance at Love

Back home after fourteen years, with a five year son, and minus one ex wife, who didn’t want anything to do with their son. Now moving back with his parents In South Carolina, he enjoyed his parents, and his mother’s cooking, His mother also had other things cooking, and old girlfriend to hire her as a nanny, and over for meals. Fate has a hand in bringing them together again. Given ARC audio with narration by Lisa Karen brought this story to life, with her clear voice. For my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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  • tnfarmgal
  • 28-10-2019

Very Enjoyable

Loved the story. It seemed like a lot for Beth to keep her Mom's secret, but she did her best which caused her to sacrifice her own hopes. Thankfully, in the end, it all worked out. This is a clean, sweet read. Narrative was very good.

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  • Sarah Marshall
  • 31-01-2020

Not great

This is an okay story but not great. After a couple of hours in I felt like giving up. Don't know what it was but it just didn't draw me in.