- Narrated by: Brian Copeland
- Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
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He is an intimidating tech billionaire; he’s got money, power, and ambition. He also has a soft spot for his adorable dog, Mavis, but Mavis is the only one who really knows him. Work has become ever-present stress, after struggling to find a decent personal assistant, and his only relief is training for a 10k.
She is a dedicating social worker, run down by the overbearing workload and underappreciated. She’s exhausted but her best friend insists that the one way to turn it all around is to run a 10k marathon.
In a delightful turn of events, a stubborn social worker and fiercely independent billionaire, are pushed together. When she is hired as his personal assistant, the two are forced to get to know one another. All In is a blazing hot romance that follows the couple as they fight past their inhibitions and learn to bend to each other’s desires.
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Callie, Drew, and Mavis
Story: Callie (h) and Drew (H) meet at a 10K run and he finds himself offering to interview her for a position as a personal assistant. After a rather unorthodox interview, the position really seems to be more dog carer rather than PA for a tech billionaire. They're attracted to one another and as they get to know one another their relationship becomes hot and steamy. There's some drama they'll have to face before they can reach their HEA. Almost all of the story is either Callie or Drew's POV, except for a couple sections - one is his friend Vinson, and the other is out of the blue, Tim, which felt kind of odd. I like a good hot shower as much as the next person, but not sure about the obsession with the steam shower. While I appreciated the chemistry and relationship between Callie and Drew, I have to say I didn’t like her overly much and found her rather narcissistic at times, such as when she's going on about the perfection of her own body. Mavis, I loved!
Audio: I did not care for this narrator's voice and timing at all - I had to stop listening after a few chapters. For works with multiple POVs, I often find it awkward when a single narrator is used to convey both male and female POVs and this was no exception - it just didn't work for me to hear Callie's POV in a male voice. Thankfully I've read the story before and new how the story ended.