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  • Tell Me Something

  • Something Series, Book 1
  • By: Aubrey Bondurant
  • Narrated by: Anya West
  • Length: 13 hrs and 18 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Summary

The sexual tension is palpable; the erotic path they're on is inevitable.

Haylee Holloway has experienced more grief than a 22-year-old should have to endure. When she moves to LA for a fresh start and takes a job as an assistant for an advertising company, the last thing she expects is to have to step in last minute during a photo shoot as the model.

Her bikini line and weight are suddenly open topics of discussion, and a client's million dollar campaign is hanging in the balance. To cap it off, the multi-millionaire, gorgeous owner of the company shows up and takes charge.

Josh Singer, the owner of Gamble Advertising, is private, intense, and hard to read. His voice is sexy, his eyes are smoldering, and when he learns of Haylee's goal to save money for law school, he makes her an offer she can't refuse:

To move to New York City and work for him directly as his assistant.

Haylee's dilemma: how does she travel the world with a gorgeous boss whose voice alone conjures up a romantic fantasy and not completely make a fool of herself?

Frustrated with Josh's mixed signals, Haylee finally puts it all on the line. Blurring both their professional and personal lives, can they keep things temporary as planned or will they both realize some things weren't meant to end?

This audiobook has flavors of romantic comedy, chick lit, and a true contemporary romance novel all in one. Told in first person, it's about finding romance where you least expect it, with the belief that humor, self-discovery, and love really can conquer anything.

Full length standalone audiobook with no cliffhanger. First audiobook of the Something Series

Recommended for mature listeners due to situations of language and sexual content.

©2015 Aubrey Bondurant (P)2017 Aubrey Bondurant

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  • Rosemary
  • 17-06-21

Great!

I loved it! Great story! But being from Jersey City I can tell the author isn't when she called the train from there to NYC the subway. someone from there would call it the Path train.

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  • Angela G.
  • 29-03-18

Interesting Read

This was most definitely an interesting story. There are many PA/boss romances, but most of them involve someone down on their luck where the boss makes them an offer to bail them out and usually includes sexual favors. This did not have that. Sure, it had a very rich boss who offers a job but there were no favors to be had. Although the boss had a bad experience, it wasn't from his childhood. And the assistant was taking care of herself quite nicely on her own, mostly by her own merit where it counted. It was an enjoyable read for certain.

And I was also lucky enough to listen to the audio along with it. The narrator was a little stiff at times, but told the story how it was written. I would have liked to hear more warmth and inflection between some of the interactions, but overall I did enjoy the listen.

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  • Elizabeth McLeod
  • 17-01-20

Thoughtful and Engaging

overall, the story and the characters were enough to keep my interest through most of the story although there were a few plot points that were odd, like the fact that she was raised in wealthy surroundings but never traveled. The female protagonist was also extremely wise for her age.

The narrator was pretty good doing the female voice; however the narration really lacked in not having a male narrator. Also, If I hear one more person pronounce the word ogle as oggle I'm going to start wondering who decided to rewrite the dictionary.

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  • kristie
  • 14-09-19

Listen and form your own opinion

If I went over some of the reviews I wouldn’t have listened. Yeah there were parts that were a bit annoying but it is a story of two people dealing with two different things in their lives. It was a good listen just a bit long.

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  • Rusty
  • 26-07-18

Tell Me Something NEW

While the author shows talent, the plot was old, tired, and incredibly insulting to intelligent women. When a rich older man (Josh) lured young college graduate (Kaylee, an extremely immature 22 year old) across the country to work for him, promising to help her get into law school, nothing good could happen.

Josh became obsessed and overbearing with Kaylee, trying to control every aspect of her new life. Rather than assertive and self-confident, Kaylee crumbled into a week, pathetic and needy child who obeyed Josh's every command like a well-trained dog, never believing she deserved respect and affection.

I am not sure who was more annoying, Kaylee for being such a doormat or Josh for being a selfish asshole. I quit about half way through this book, so I don't know if Josh ever became physically violent with Kaylee but I wouldn't be surprised.

Not sure why women authors continue to portray female characters as brainless twits, rather than intelligent and strong.