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Publisher's Summary

My boss is a jerk, but when I discovered him clutching his sausage and moaning my name, I made a mistake that I can't take back.

Emmett Lasker is impossible to work for. He might be model handsome and stupidly wealthy, but he also has it out for me. He’s given me more last-minute and weekend requests than anyone else, ruining any plans I make.

I should quit. And I will. Just as soon as I hit my two-year anniversary and earn out my signing bonus.

But after a particularly awful day at work, a breakup (via text!), and my computer crashing, I’ve had enough! So at 11:59 Friday night, I barge into Emmett’s office to tell him what I really think of him.

Only, that’s not what happens. AT ALL.

There’s something about finding your ridiculously hot boss in a compromising position, moaning your name, that can derail a girl’s best intentions.

And now? I’m pregnant. He wants to “do the right thing” and marry me.

Yeah. That’s never gonna happen.

©2022 Hyun J Kyung (P)2022 Hyun J Kyung

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Super cute!!!

I got this book because of the narrators Sebastian York is an automatic buy for me & I really enjoy Maxine Mitchell.

First book for this author the story was very cute & lite. The only thing that was a bit off was the repetition about her education & financial situation, her father’s retirement. It got way better in the second half. First book,but not the last!!!

Worth the credit or money

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Workaholics

This book pulled me in initially and overall, it was a cute story. But I personally had a few issues with it…I’m all for people doing what makes them happy and you’re work-life balance is your own issue…but these characters basically do nothing but work and it’s honestly just sad. Paraphrasing but you get the gist… “Oh, I work over a hundred hours a week. That’s going to be tough when becoming a mother”. You think?!!!! “Well, we can just hire a nanny to raise the baby.” Ummmm….no thanks! This part of the story is absolutely ridiculous and off-putting. Get a life! This issue may have been resolved by the end put it’s never clarified. Also, the main characters have such an issue with communication. How can you be so smart and so dumb at the same time? They both missed the mark. Good narration does enhance the read. 3 star story. 4 star narration (would have been better if there was more from SY).

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💚💙 ENJOYABLE, FUN & CUTE 💙💚

This is a new author to me but, with great narrators bringing a well loved trope to life, I thought I’d take a chance.. and I’m glad I did. It’s a light, cute and enjoyable journey as Boss and Assistant change their two year working relationship into a no strings fling.. but that all changes when a + sign appears on the stick. There’s a lot of emotional rocky ground with Amy who always needs an ‘exit’ strategy and Emmet the Billionaire boss who’s been attracted to his Assistant since day one. With a loving parent, a parent from Hell, a mixed bag of seven brothers and a supportive bff life gets in the way with a hiccup or two along the way. But big girl panties, character growth and love coupled with determination lighting the way to a happy ever after, everyone gets what their hearts desire (including me 🤭).. a sweet sweet happily ever after.

Worth a credit? Yes I enjoyed the journey as Emmet and Amy crossed boundaries and slowly got things right. Maxine was brilliant because the bulk of the story was told mainly from Amy’s POV and sadly Sebastian only narrated about a fifth of the story 😢

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Fantastic

This was my first Nadia Lee book, and she found that right balance of humor, great characters, and a solid plot. Sebastian York was great, as usual, but Maxine Mitchell really brought something extra to the character of Amy. A truly top notch performance from Maxine.

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Great rom com

this book was funny and sweet loved the story couldn't stop listening. I love a story that keeps me emotionally invested

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Great story

This is the 1st time I have listened to any of this author's books. And to say that I really enjoyed this story would be an understatement I was really unsure in the beginning I mean the beginning I mean she hated her boss and and how things went but it ended up being super enjoyable and that's so much so I couldn't stop listening I was mad when I had to stop and go to work. So to say I plan on listening to more of this author I do. I obviously picked it up because of Sebastian York and Maxine Mitchell because those 2 can do no wrong. And they did an outstanding performance but that doesn't surprise me. I was actually surprised that the story was fairly fairly long and because you would think this topic would be kind of short but it wasn't it was a great story it had the characters definitely had chemistry you could feel it it was just such a great I can't say enough. I know I must feel like I'm rambling but I don't want to give things away I really feel you should dive into the story and experience it obviously is a surprise pregnancy, And it's kind of comical it shows though how good communication is important. I definitely recommend.

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Meh. I had higher hopes for this book.

Baby for the bosshole is my 1st read from Nadia Lee, and I picked a good one! Amy and Emmett have a inter-office fling and opps a surprise baby comes along. This story is written very well, it has all the feels and elements you want in a grumpy/sunshine book. My only complaint about this book is how irritating the FMC is, she is not strong and independent, rather timid and whiney. She does not fight for what she wants and honestly that was a bit of turn off. FIGHT FOR YOUR MAN!!! The spice was there, but not alot of it.
Narration by Maxine Mitchell and Sebastian York. I lovee this Duo together, however I don't think SebYo matched good for his character. He sounds older than his 30ish character which also made me not get into this book deeply. Maxine was a goodess, and portrayed her FMC very well. I will always grab any Maxine/SebYo narrated book. This one just didn’t live up to my high expectations.

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We love a bosshole

This was a great listen. I enjoyed the story and loved the back and forth banter between Amy and Emmett. I love that Emmett was a bosshole but you got peeks into his soft side, and that Amy was a confident woman and wasn’t afraid to think and stand up for herself. It was pretty low angst besides some family and work drama, which is exactly what I was looking for.

Sebastian and Maxine were great as always. I just love how Maxine narrates, her voice is so smooth and her male voice is excellent.

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Baby for the Bosshole

This is the first book I’ve read/listen to by this author and since it’s a fantasy story why not go all the way…Instead of a single birth, why not have twins or triplets for the first birth? I don’t understand why authors have such a non fantasy about the birth part since everything else is already ridiculous. The narration by Sebastian York is always dreamy but the female narrator was so lack luster I had to fast forward through her parts. Is it worth the credit? It’s a maybe because of Sebastian’s part(BTW, he needed more speaking parts)if not I would pass.

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Female reader not so good

If you are Sebastian York fan, don’t bother with this story. I listened to the sample with him reading the story. That was the reason I purchase it. This story was read by mostly female reader. Her reading style was like she was shacking her head while reading. It was a turn off. That said, if you like Sebastian York, I wouldn’t waste money or credit.

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  • JvF
  • 09-04-22

Mostly inner monologue ramblings

The inner monologue ramblings are mostly wild assumptions that border on childish insanity. The characters are so uncoordinated with miscommunication, you'd think these are thoughts of teens not grown adults with multiple degrees. It happens so much that it sours the entire story.

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  • 08-31-22

Very funny

This was a romantic comedy. There was some drama too. It was a story about romantic and family love.
I enjoyed the story and the narration. Sebastian York has a way of making things sound funnier, but I also liked Maxine Mitchell.

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  • 09-09-22

Beautiful ❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥

God I love these two and I look forward to meeting the rest of their family. It’s going to be good. My favourite part was listening to Sebastian and Maxine bringing this story to life. ❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥perfect ❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥