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Six years before my phone rang and changed my life forever, I made a mistake.

I met a girl, we had some fun, and then we had a baby. And I fell pretty damn hard for my daughter. I was going to be there. I was going to give her everything I never had. I was going to have a family.

And then her mother disappeared and took my baby with her.

And now she’s done it again. Because that call that changed my life was from my five-year-old daughter asking me if I knew where her Mommy was.

Then came the lawyers. And the demands from her super-rich, super-powerful, messed-up family. And the little fact that my ex didn’t just “disappear” she was “presumed dead”.

I don’t live a traditional lifestyle and I’m not in a traditional relationship.

But I can pretend if I have to.

And that was the plan when my two “best friends” and I decided to hire “professional liar” Brooke Alder to be my fake fiancée.

It’s totally gonna work. As long as MY super-rich, super-powerful, messed-up family doesn’t get in the way.

Joey is book two in the Bossy Brothers series and features a delicious, burning hot, MMFM, surprise-baby, fake fiancée story with a twist that proves committed couples don’t just come in twos, mistakes can be a good thing, and for some people - non-traditional love is exactly the kind they should fight for.

Includes a special bonus note from the author.

©2019 JA Huss (P)2019 Oh My Audiobooks

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Didn’t like female narration

I thought the narrators were the same for ‘Jesses’ book. I was really disappointed when I realised too late that Jill Redfield was the female narrator. She comes across as totally disinterested and haughty when reading., I really can’t listen to her narration. I had to stop after Chapter 2 and read my Kindle version instead. The story is ok, nothing new for JA Huss similar to other books she has written. I have already downloaded Johnny so I’m really hoping that will be better.

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  • The Lone Trekkie
  • 28-01-2020

Nope. Nope. Nope.

so, full disclosure, a couldn't make it past chapter 5. At this point, the female lead character is on a chapter-long rant about doors.

DOORS.

Literally not kidding. The previous chapter was all Joey complaining about having lots of money and power and sex.

Yeeah, sooo, I hear gunshots every night. I'm the OPPOSITE of these two people and even I don't whine like this.

I have no idea when the story starts to build momentum, but I've been bored for four chapters now.

Ain't nobody got time for that.

Which is why I'm pissed to have fallen for your positive reviews and lost more money. AGAIN.

Now, I'm sure that, at some point, these two souls meet and their worlds get flipped upside down. The problem is, there's no movement. JA Huss is begging you to get to know these one-percenters first. She wants us to like them. But it's taking too long. These may be the most boring 5 chapters I've ever read. Certainly the most boring I've ever spent my hard earned paycheck on.

If you're fans of the narrators, they do a stellar job. There were a couple of grammatical errors, but they blazed through them.

Yeah. I'm too bored to finish this review. You get the point.

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  • CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
  • 13-01-2020

MIND-BLOWING

What I love love love about Julie’s books are their uniqueness, their insane unpredictable intricately weaved plots and the intense chemistry that surrounds her heroes and heroines.. however, with this outstanding story, Julie created it four-fold in a very hot polyamorous MMFM steamy ménage à quatre romance. But that’s not all.. there’s a father’s deep need and longing to love and protect the five yr old daughter who had been cut from his life birth and there’s a power struggle between him and the only father the doted upon little girl has ever known. And there’s a precarious balance of suspense, mystery and seeing right from wrong. But that’s not all.. the tightly fused relationship between these three best-friends was delicious as their sexual tension teased, taunted and burned bright. But that’s not all.. there’s a strong lone heroine with a mysterious past and secrets surrounding her.. but all she wants to do is to find her future and belong. And in this steamy erotic story, the lucky lady finds it times three within the loving, tight embrace of three best friends. But that’s not all.. the complex sinister threads surrounding the lavish and mysterious ‘giving of money ceremony’ from book 1 is further explained and expanded on.. however, it’ll teasingly reveal only a few of the puzzle pieces and cunningly conceal the rest. Worth a credit? Oh yes, yes, yes.. this story delivered much more than I was expecting.. more of everything JA Huss - more emotional feels, erotic feels, conflicted feels and feels.. and feels.. and feels. It’s a book for your heart as well as your senses as hope springs, desires ignite and the flare, fireworks and fallout burn bright. Your anticipation grows, your mind is caught, your hopes soar and collide with your heart and you’re desperate to hear more. Joe and Jill were, of course, brilliant at bringing this talented author’s words and characters to life, perfecting the emotional

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 21-01-2020

The table has turned!

I am an audiobook and reading addict. There have been many books that I can't wait for it to end, but every book by JA Huss is never long enough. She sucks you into her world and you just don't want to leave. This is a polyamorous relationship that feels so right. She is the missing link they never knew they needed. The sex scenes are hot and move smoothly that you can picture them. The mystery in this series is exciting and I can't wait to see how it all turns out. Joe Arden narrates awesome as always. Jill Redfield's narration was excellent too. Her male voices are done well.

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  • KLW
  • 22-07-2020

Bossy Brothers Saga Continues

We continue the saga with Joey, the middle brother. Joey has never been really connected to the family business, he doesn't even know what the family business is up to this point. What he does know, he has a daughter that was basically stolen from him by her mother. Until one day this daughter calls him, and mom is missing. Now Joey must prove he's a stable influence and not part of the Boston Brothers business. Enter Brook, his 'girlfriend' and professional liar. They are making the perfect home for Joey so he can get his child back. Joey is also VERY close to his two BFF's. From the moment they entered college together, their relationship has crossed every boundary. Joey, Hux, and Wald are closer than brothers, they are one family. We also learn more about the Boston Family Business and Johnny's part of it, why he sent Joey away, why he wants Joey to leave Maize alone. EXCELLENT narration. Jill Redfield's narration is very real and raw, like she's baring her secrets. Joe Arden - well he's Joe Arden, he makes you believe anything you hear from him. There are MMFM scenes in this book - if that's not your thing. It's not the center of the entire book, but an element. Worth a credit = yes. As a stand alone or as part of the Bossy Saga.

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  • KSC
  • 04-01-2020

Speechless!

What can I say??? Julie is a bada$$.... period! I'm addicted to her audiobooks and she always chooses great narrators. Seriously can't wait for Johnny's story next in this series!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 03-01-2020

Awesome!

Keep em coming. Julie! This story is so amazing and I can't wait til the next one!

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  • Victoria Kaszian
  • 01-01-2020

Fantastic

Joey is the 2nd book in the Bossy Brothers series. Listening to a book is always such a different experience than reading it. I loved the story even more after hearing Julie’s words come to life. The Bossy Brothers are trying to figure out what the heck is going on as are the people in their lives as well. We get some answers to the mystery but there is much more to learn. As far as the performances, Joe Arden is always impeccable and one of my favorite narrators. Jill Redfield, I wasn’t as familiar with. Considering she had to voice A LOT of male characters, I was very impressed with her performance. Each of them had just enough difference that you could tell if it was Joey, Huck, Wald or another guy. Just wow! I recommend this audio so much!

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  • Tammie
  • 22-01-2021

sexuality

I didn't like the sexuality in the book but other then that I liked it.

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  • Rox I
  • 21-01-2021

Better Than Book 1

For me this book 2 in this series is better than book 1. I wasn't expecting to enjoy this story because book 1 was just meh. These are two of my favorite narrators, but this is my first time hearing them together, and they were great. Joe is a top favorite of mine and Jill is also a favorite, despite the fact that I think her voice is dry and nondescript - which coincidentally is how I would describe my own voice, haha. I haven't gotten to book 3 yet, and was really hoping Joey would get his daughter back in this book, but maybe he does in the next book. Things I didn't like about this book are the rants. They are way too long, I mean who goes on and on and on and on and on about a door? I've listened to over 80 books in the last year and I've NEVER skipped through chapters, but I had to with this book. I couldn't handle those ranting parts in the chapters. The other thing I didn't like were the women who owned the beauty company from book 1, thank goodness there wasn't much of them in this book. Okay going to recharge now since I always seem to need to after a book from JA Huss, but she sure can weave a story.

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  • Lynette
  • 20-01-2021

Loved

1st time listening to this author and am excited to go back and read previous books. Loving the Ceres can't wait to go to the next book.

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  • C M Silver
  • 23-02-2020

MMFM entanglement deluxe

Shakespearean/ Dickensian style drama! Two stories woven together, conflicts displayed like in all the best classical stories. Conflicts sealed and separated, the commerce and the sex. (commerce is actually another word for sex in legal terms). In Tale of Two Cities, the young handsome buck, gives his life so his world and his love (possibly carrying his baby?) can survive thus becoming the hero he never expected to be. It's all for one, one for all, like The Three Muskateers and the leader who starts as Joey but becomes Brook. The crucial story inside BB2 is buttered with copious sex scenes, which is how the groups that control the world control their initiates ie Jeffrey Epstein photographing the act. Via "heiros gamos" the act depicted in The Divinci Code, the orgy scene in Eyes Wide Shut, The Red Cloak Ceremony is similar to the ceremony depicted in BB1 and referred to in BB2. It doesn't matter if it's sex between M and F, MM, or in this case MMFM. It's the glue, driven by hormones and passion, the instinctual drive to procreate and survive by whatever means. The MMM sex in BB2 is not complete between the men...... yet. But Joey in the last 10 minutes finally acknowledges what he is and what he disputes when asked all through the book, what these men are to him, just friends? He loves them as lovers (which is what they were hanging out for from him, wondering if he could ever acknowledge or commit). Brook completes the square, closes their box. The same themes in The Triangle and The Square books, which of course hints where book 3 of that series will go: to a foursome? More children? Although BB Joey is 9hrs, we don't actually learn too much about Joey or any of the MCs in the 4some only fake memories invented for their fake profiles, but still the book speeds along. You can't like any of the characters; they don't do anything to like them for. Ark from 321 - in follow-on extras provided by Huss, his character is filled out and cements him in his new life, and finishes his paint job in our hearts. He's the yardstick against which I measure all Huss' characters. Enjoyed the rip-roaring adventure aspects of the book, not all the fiddle faddling around, or the sex.

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