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Loving the Boss

Narrated by: CJ Bloom, August James
Length: 6 hrs and 51 mins
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Book two in the Falling for Mr. Statham Series

Claire Gracen finally has the life she's always wanted: a career she loves, a man who's willing to do any and everything for her, and friends that show her the true meaning of the word friendship.

As she and Jonathan prepare to make the ultimate commitment to one another and plan the wedding of her dreams, she quickly realizes that the hurtful past she left behind in Pittsburgh is a lot closer than she thought.

Cover design Najla Qamber Designs

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  • Brittany
  • 14-08-2018

loved this book

i loved this book especially happing endings and over possessive, controlling dominate men. so freakin hot

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  • Sarita
  • 19-02-2019

Well Written But Witchy Heroine

Both books in the series were well written overall. The over all story arc and development of scenes and settings were well done. Most of the characters, excepting the most peripheral characters, were well rounded. But the heroine’s lack of maturity and tendency towards game playing was irritating and sometimes absolutely *itchy.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-04-2019

Pretty Good Follow Up

I felt that the last novel wrapped everything up so there was no need for another novel.

I really do like Claire as a character. She’s grown so much but is still so mature. I’m happy she wasn’t out here preaching forgiveness.

Definitely the source of conflict was very frustrating. I don’t think this book was necessary. The gall of the people in Claire’s past it’s just insane.

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  • Carolyn G. Manuel
  • 30-01-2019

Making A Family

Claire and Jonathan are more together than ever. The twins are off to the elite flight school. Claire’s new business is growing and the wedding plans are making life busy. Then ex’s show up and life gets complicated. Sizzling romance and lots of twists. Great performances. Author is a favorite.

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  • Kindling Micky
  • 22-08-2018

Satisfied with the conclusion

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My GR shelves are a bit all over the place on this one, demonstrating a bit of mixed feelings alongside what was also some enjoyment. It’s a solid follow up to book one and I really did feel invested to see what happened to this couple. I really liked some of the drama and not so much at other times. The heroine irritated me a bit at times but she eventually pulled herself together. Overall this couple have been fun to read about and they were pretty damn steamy.

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  • DW
  • 09-07-2018

Push me, pull you!

I liked this series. It's plausible how our heroine might resist a younger man after a hellatious divorce. And, how he might be completely enthralled with her, never mind the chase she leads him on, yet I will say there were a few parts that might irk you, as they did me. The car thing with the switching her car out after the accident, down to changing the leather.., and in 1 day? Changing her VIN#? That got my eyes rolling. And, for a savvy, smart woman - how do you excuse your daughters' stupidity. 16 or not, you sit them down and educate their asses, not give up and say oh well, they are just this way. That would have sure made for her being a stronger role model, and stronger person! I liked it, but a better editor would have pulled it together far better. And, closing off the Golden Gate Bridge for hours for dinner? That would have put that guy in the total self absorbed schmuck and asshole club for SO MANY commuters trying to get home. If I were her, I'd have said so! That said, it was good to see them get together, but Whitney G has done better in other books. It's a good story, but needed some attention to clean up the "do I like these people?" aspect of it.

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