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Summary

Billionaire Jackson Spearman is impatient, demanding, and private. He’s practically a recluse. When his assistant goes on maternity leave, Amy Walker, virtual assistant extraordinaire, arrives to save the day. 

Or does she? 

Amy is inquisitive and far too optimistic. She isn’t impressed with Jackson at all. 

Is she even real? 

They can’t stand each other. Unfortunately, they can’t seem to resist each other, either. Soon, their work relationship starts to feel like something more....

Even when Amy meets her dream man, she can’t seem to stop thinking about her annoying online boss. And the woman who’s never fallen in love before, finds herself falling for two men.

Both of them have everything she’s ever wanted. But she has to choose one.

Can Jackson convince her that he can be everything that she needs? Or will her past come back to haunt them and ruin her chance at love? 

Note: Contains a grumpy, workaholic tech CEO with a guarded heart and a virtual assistant whose skills border on diabolical. Also, two cats named Ramen and Sushi.

©2019 Claudia Burgoa (P)2021 Claudia Burgoa

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Jackson and Amy!

Jackson is a demanding, overbearing grumpy boss. He has set standards that are impossible to meet and any relations with his staff are strictly professional and he doesn’t want anyone getting too close. When he needs to replace his assistant temporarily a virtual assistant is hired, and she is everything he doesn’t want in an employee.

Amy couldn’t be more different than Jackson. Where he doesn’t allow anyone close, she hasn’t met a person she hasn’t liked. She is the sun compared to his dark clouds and she gives as good as she gets when it comes to the interactions between them.

As they adjust to working together their relationship evolves into a friendship and even though they have never met the flirting begins. They both have secrets so will they be willing to take a chance on meeting each other and see what they could have or will they be afraid to take the leap and enjoy the relationship they already have?

These two couldn’t be more different or more perfect for each other and there is no denying the chemistry and connection between them. The dual narration added an extra layer to the story and the narrators were a perfect choice for the characters.

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Fabulous!

Absolutely loved this author's first foray into romcom when it released a couple of years and it was wonderful to listen to Jackson and Amy's story again.

Jackson Spearman is something of a 'problem child'. He's difficult, demanding, cold and a workaholic. When his PA goes on maternity leave, she sets him up with a virtual assistant - Amy Walker. She's not quite what he wants but he's locked into a contract, and even if he bought his way out of it, he'll be stuck without a PA for months, as no one wants to work for him.

Amy Walker is like a ray of sunshine with her chirpy attitude, her inspirational quotes of the day, and her music playlist. He has no digital footprint so Amy has no idea who she's working for. She's fantastic at her job but somewhat reclusive, preferring to interact with the outside world from behind her computer screen.

As the two of them exchange emails and messages, what starts off as prickly snarkiness between them, slowly develops into a great working relationship, and also curiosity about each other in real life. When they both meet possible relationship candidates, their feelings start getting torn because it's ridiculous to have feelings for someone you've never met face to face - and not even seen a picture of them. Right?

I just adored this story! The exchanges between Amy and Jackson were funny, witty, often biting, but you could really see how things changed between them, and how well they suited each other. When Amy and Jackson both meet other people in real life, you could see just how mixed up they felt. Both were carrying scars from the past and both had to learn to trust again. They had fabulous, hot chemistry, and I adored the conclusion. The narrators really brought this story to life, especially as they actually spoke the roles during all the message exchanges. SebYo was as glorious as usual in the role of snarky, grumpy, sexy Jackson. Grace Grant did a fab job as the super smart, efficient, direct Amy who also had a vulnerable core. Absolutely loved it!

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Plenty of witty banter in this romance

A really enjoyable romcom. Confusion over identities almost prevents love from blossoming between Amy and Jackson. But true love wins in the end.
Excellent narration throughout especially with the sexy voice of Sebastian ❤❤❤

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  • 18-04-21

This is my new favorite romance!

This is my first book by Claudia Bergman, and I’m so glad that I started with this book. I could not put it down. I was was hooked right from the beginning. There were so many good things about it, humor, perfect quotes, a bit of suspense, and always the necessary tears. I started recommending it before I was halfway through listening to it.

The narrators did an excellent job. The duet narration was really special. I love when Grace Grant narrates romantic comedy, she does humor so well. She and Sebastian York make a perfect pair.

Many thanks for making my weekend extra enjoyable. I’m going to listen to it all over again, right now.

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  • Melena
  • 09-05-21

Maybe Later

I believe this is the third book of Claudia's I have read, and they have all been different but so much fun to read.

Jackson is a grumpy CEO whose assistant is going on maternity leave. In her place she hires Amy, a virtual assistant. I absolutely loved the emails and chats that the book begins with. We get to know both characters fairly well, and Amy is good at her job and hilarious when she refuses to put up with his attitude.

Their relationship from boss and employee to starts to change when Amy helps Jackson experience new things from music to art to food. All their exchanges have a good amount of humor and made me laugh a lot as I read. It was fun to see how their relationship developed as the story progessed.

I really enjoyed this take on the boss/employee trope and the narrators did an excellent job. They were easy to listen to and fit the characters and story perfectly.

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  • darlene palma
  • 06-05-21

Blew me away!

Omg! The narrators slayed this audiobook. I loved th book the first time I read it but hearing it blew me away. The performance by Sebastian and Grace was pure perfection! I floved every minute of this story and narrating!

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  • kgagnon
  • 28-04-21

I fell hard for Jackson & Amy and so will you!

I absolutely loved this unique, and refreshing romance. I wasn't sure what to expect going in to this virtual rom-com. What I found was witty banter, an intriguing storyline, engaging characters, and hot sexual tension that leaped off the page. Amy is Jackson's new virtual assistant. She knows just how to handle the surly, demanding CEO. Jackson has never been challenged like this before, and they soon begin discussing more than their daily tasks. Outside of work, they have each started dating someone new. But the virtual connection is just as intoxicating for them both as the physical. Their daily text messages have allowed them to form a bond that no one else has with them. But their new relationships are just as inviting, and captivating, confusing them both. If you think you've read/listened to this story before, trust me, you haven't. This is a wonderful, witty, steamy story that will mesmerize you, and capture your heart.
I devoured this book when I read it, but listening to it made it a real treat. Sebastian York, and Grace Grant made these smart, witty, sexy, characters come to life so effortlessly, pulling me competely into their world. It never feels like they are reading or performing, they just are, and that is why I could listen again and again. I fell hard for these characters and so will you, I promise!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-04-21

love the narrators, story only okay...

The story is brutally tense and the main character female is so anti relationship its hard to believe that she's able to let her walls down, finally, in the last 5 minutes of the book.

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  • Alice Preston
  • 16-09-21

Great!

wonder book and the story i would love my life tobe. sabistian York is amazing

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  • Bon Bon
  • 09-09-21

No chemistry

The voice performances were terrific but the characters weren't especially appealing and had no chemistry. Not to mention, hearing an entire audio book made up of business emails was boring.

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  • Lorraine Patterson
  • 07-09-21

Enjoyable

First let me say that this story was great. The way it was presented was so different. It is unique. I loved the characters and storyline. The narration and narrator's were perfect. Do yourself a favor and read/listen to this story...you won't be disappointed.

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  • Breen_R
  • 15-08-21

Unique and so hot!

“This story was absolutely insanely perfect!! OMG Claudia as always slayed it!! Jackson and Amy’s story was cocky, funny and so lovely. The tension and the constant pull was delightful to listen. I’m a huge fan of Sebastian and as always his voice enamored me and how he portrayed Jackson. Grace was incredible too she played Amy’s personality perfectly. The Spearman Family series first book is a gem and I can’t wait for the next audios.”

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  • Sky
  • 27-07-21

A bit confusing but, storyline ok...

The storyline was pretty good but, the way it was executed was kind of rough to follow. The constant reading through via text to each characters became rough to follow. I've read several books in the past with the same type of format which were much easier to follow. It didn't help that the character Jack and Jacksons, for me at least (and maybe I'm slow). I felt that it was too hard to follow who the female character was with or talking to at a lot of times. There was also times where situations were happening and It wasn't explained exactly what was going on...you had to really figure it out for yourself.. The payoff was literally the last couple of chapters.. The storyline did keep me intrigued in the book enough to finish it. And if it wasn't for these classic narrators reading it, I probably wouldn't have been able to finish it. I believe that Grant and York did their usual great job in narrating and did the best they could with this book.