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Boss: The Wolf

By: Jolie Day
Narrated by: Jason Clarke,Samantha Brentmoor
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Summary

Boss rule number one: Never sleep with your employee.

Apparently, rules aren’t my thing. Because the moment I wake up naked next to my hot-as-hell new employee, I want to go for round two.

I'm not exactly Prince Charming. Some call me The Wolf. I don’t do love, and I sure as hell don’t do forever. But one look at her, and I become a one-woman man.

She has a British accent and a car that won’t start. I’m in a rush, so I do what I need to do and send her on her way - sure I’ll never see her again.

Then she shows up at my company to interview for a new position. What are the odds? So I hire the long-legged beauty from the UK.

The guys are circling her like vultures. But she’s my prey. In six months, her visa will expire, and she’ll be back overseas. What can a little down-and-dirty fun hurt?

But one kiss turns into two, then three, then more. Suddenly, I’m defenseless against her charms. But the second I start to picture a future,  She quits.  Vanishes - without warning or explanation.

She’s left back to the UK...I know I need her back. And I only have one chance to make things right.

A full-length sizzling romance from USA Today best-selling Author Jolie Day. Steely eyes, a sinful smile, and a ripped body under a sharp suit by day - a tight T-shirt and jeans roaring the streets by night. Enter the world of Joel Embry. No cliff-hanger. All books by Jolie Day are stand-alones and can be listened to in any order.

©2020 Jolie Day (P)2021 Jolie Day

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Not good ! The British accent for the female was rubbish ! I love Jason and Samantha but they are both Americans clearly and I would have preferred her in her own accent ! it was rushed and I gave up ! I am British and if I sound like that I will hold my head in shame I why oh why don't authors take the time when they choose narrators to read these books for the money we pay surely we deserve that i the other books I have read by this author I've enjoyed sorry this one is a disappointment

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  • Jill Cazier Van Cott
  • 21-02-21

wow

this was a great read. this was better than I expected. truly a good read

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  • CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
  • 22-01-21

AN ENJOYABLE LISTEN

I’m scratching my head right now as I reflect over this listen.. it was a Bikerish book, a Forbidden hot Billionaire Boss book and an Oops story stirred into one enjoyable cocktail of attraction, denial and resistance. Whenever he can, Joel Embry is a booted biker alpha player who ‘hits n quits’ with no strings.. one Fated day he briefly stops to give a tempting flustered stranded stranger kerbside assistance with her car. That same day, he’s also a charismatic, well-dressed, sexy, surprised CEO who is stunned to find out he’s going to interview that same stunning British beauty who, coincidentally, applied for a job at his Company Embry Gear. And somewhere down the line he becomes another casualty of the “marriage and kids are strictly off the table” reformed bachelors too. Charlie is desperate, she’s running out of money, she’s had nothing but rejection letters and she needs a job in fashion urgently because her Visa is running out. And, as Joel and Charlie interact, there’s instant spark and sizzles which leads to simmering temptations, office sex, fireworks, boundaries, mixed messages, a fateful business trip and much more.. and what happens in Vegas can’t possibly stay in Vegas. An entertaining story with a drooling, strong-willed heroine who falls hard for her Boss - but won’t be a marriage mistake after a drunken night.. or settle for anything less than love. An entertaining story with good build-up and a enjoyable romance.. however, I did think certain parts of the the storyline could’ve done with a wee bit more depth. The dual POV narration by Samantha and Jason was perfect (.. love you Jason💕) and, IMO, they added a ⭐️ to my rating.. WORTH A CREDIT? Yes, it’s fun, sexy and enjoyable.

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  • M Hicks
  • 07-04-21

Great

I enjoyed this book the it was beautiful the love stories were excellent the characters and narrators were excellent great author thank you so much 💜💜♥️♥️❤️❤️🥰🥰😊😊

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  • J.Perry
  • 26-01-21

Good but rushed

I thought the premise was a good idea but so many of the details were glossed over. The whole thing seemed rushed and a little too “instalove” to make the story one you could really lose yourself in. It was like reading an outline that never got fully formed.