Dr. Angeline Hemming is a beautiful, sassy, no-nonsense type of girl who has risen from a difficult past to become one of Chicago's most successful and respected criminal profilers. In exchange for free commercials to promote her favorite charitable causes, Angel answers calls and gives relationship advice on a Friday night radio program.
Alexander Avery is a gorgeous and successful corporate genius who doesn't believe in love. When his girlfriend-of-convenience calls into Angel's program, he is furious with the show's host who doles out blind advice, without knowing all the facts. He decides to give her a piece of his mind, and his side of the story!
When Angel informs Alex he's the one in need of a much-deserved lesson, all hell breaks loose as these two type-A personalities battle it out for control over minds and hearts, and yes, in bed. Not only are they fighting each other at every turn, but they are also struggling to uphold the convictions they each live by.
It's unclear who is stronger, but both must discover that to get what they desperately want, they may have to give a little...or a lot.
©2013 Kahlen Aymes (P)2015 Kahlen Aymes
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1 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 28-09-16

Appalling Narration DNF!

I'm sure if you read the book it is much better, the story was good- the narrator killed it for me, such a shame I have over 80 audio books and this is only the 2nd I could not finish. It's gotta be pretty bad for me to give up after paying so much for these - why aren't the narrators screened better? the female voice was so stilted. The male voice was lovely, if he'd read it all this would have been a winner.

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5 out of 5 stars
By S McGrath on 19-07-15


Another great hit. Outstanding narration.
Can't wait for next in series...... great characters and humour.

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3 out of 5 stars
By The Elf in the Kitchen on 18-11-15

Interesting Narration

I listened to this book SOLELY because it is narrated partially by Zachary Webber...the best voice going. It's an interesting set-up and not so vaguely reminiscent of "50"--down to the clever emails. What could have been a pretty dynamic and powerful book lost it's punch with over the top and WAY TOO MUCH eroticism that all said the same thing. And the continuing descriptions of her "4 inch Prada shoes" or his "Armani suit" or large king bed (I thought all kind beds were large) or Egyptian sheets...come ON. Enough already. I know this formula is designed to give us poor 'wimmen' a tease of the 'other side', but even I got tired of it. And if they referred to each other as the most perfect, the most beautiful, the sexiest, the most WHATEVER one more time, I thought I would hurl. And, the semi-cliff hanger ending of this book is not even addressed at the beginning of the second. yes, I am going to listen to both books just to resolve it but good lord, get on with it. IS Zachary Webber so that alone is pretty much worth listening to. It's also an interesting narration. More of a play like dialogue rather than a straight narration of boy/girl.

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5 out of 5 stars
By SouthernKat on 06-06-16

great story

great story and Zachary Webber always makes any story so much more. Unfortunately it would have been better if he had narrated the entire story. Jessie Briar was not right for this story. She sounded so disconnected from the story - like she was just reading some random words on a page. ugh

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6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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