The Negotiator

Written by:
Avery Flynn
Narrated by:
Stephanie Rose

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
August 2017
7 hours 56 minutes
Workaholic billionaire Sawyer Carlyle may have joked he needed a buffer from their marriage-obsessed mom, but he didn't need a waiting room filled with candidates to further distract him. (Thanks, bro.) But when a sexy job applicant shoos his mom and the socialite in tow out of his office, Sawyer sees the genius of the plan. And the woman. In fact, Miss Clover Lee might just get the fastest promotion in history, from buffer to fake fiance . . .

This free spirit might look like hot sunshine and lickable rainbows, but she negotiates like a pit bull. Before Sawyer knows what hit him, he's agreed to give up Friday nights for reality TV, his Saturdays for flea markets (why people buy junk still baffles him), his Tuesdays and Thursdays for date nights (AKA panty-losing opportunities if he plays his cards right). And now she wants lavender bath salts and tulips delivered every Monday? Yup, she's just screwing with him. Good thing she's got this non-negotiable six-weeks-and-she's-gone rule, or Sawyer may have just met his match . . .

Contains mature themes.
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Kim B.

Almost bored. I never thought I could get bored with sex scenes in a book, but when it seems like the only real way these two people connect is through sex, then it gets boring. As much as the author tries to sell us on DYI shows, movies at home, etc. the two characters seem to lack any connection except through sex. I bought a romantic comedy and the romance turned out to be a cliche all around. I never connected to the characters because neither had any real depth and despite wanting to like Sawyer, I just thought of him as a boy-toy. Clover was worse. She was immature and the narrator made her sound vapid. The plot gives you no surprises except maybe that the baby scare turns out to be no baby. A Billionaire workaholic meets a carefree young thing who manages to get him to see the rest of the world around him. Throw in roadblocks in the form of his rich mother and her immaturity and you can write the story yourself. Sorry, I just wasn't impressed with the story or narrator.

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