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Wall Street Journal best-selling author Nicole Snow returns with a fierce and hilarious office romance where two sworn enemies make undeniable lovers.

My “interview” with bosshole supreme was anything but normal.
He picked the worst day ever to chase me off my favorite park bench.
I retaliated with a spray of cinnamon latte all over his Italian shoes.
Then - for some unholy reason - Magnus Heron offered me a job.

Even his name sounds like a piece of work.
Guess what? He is.
But when you're single, broke, and barely surviving in Chicago, you hop on the gift horse offering a six-figure salary and ride.
I picked the stallion on a one-way trip to hell. 

It's not the impossibly long hours working under Grump-zilla.
It's not the fact that he's snarly, demanding, horribly rich, and chiseled.
It's not even the pesky way he makes me blush every flipping time we're together.
Mag is my boss. I'm his lowly assistant. Some rules are carved in stone.

That's my mantra until we're sharing a sunset too beautiful for life.
Alone with wandering lips, whispered secrets, and disaster in the making.
The plan was simple: punch the clock, get paid, and keep hating my boss.
What's the blueprint when the office grump brings me to my knees?

Full-length enemies-to-lovers romance with the banter, intrigue, and slow-burn love worthy of a happily ever after. The bossman from Hades meets the hellion he totally can't stand - until he can't live without her.

©2020 Nicole Snow (P)2021 Audible, Inc.

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  • Erin Lewis
  • 06-05-21

Entertaining

Author Nicole Snow is new to me although the narrators Carly Robins and Tor Thom, I have listened to before.

Magnus(Mag) Heron and Sabrina (Brina) Bristol’s enemies to lovers, workplace romance was an entertaining and engaging book to listen too. There were times when I really wanted to smack Magnus across the back of his head for his behaviour but he grew on me.

The chemistry between Magnus and Sabrina is steamy and the banter was witty. Theirs was truly a love hate relationship and at times I despaired that these two would get their act together. Sabrina could and did hold her own with Magnus and that made for some humorous scenes.

The story was well written and the characters were easy to relate to, even if they were frustrating at times. The narration by Carly Robins and Tor Thom was easy to listen to and brought the characters to life for me.

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  • Heather
  • 25-04-21

My second fave by Nicole ❤

Loved this funny slow burn between a sassy h and super serious H. Huzzah'd at the little easter egg mention 😏 You'll love the optimistic mom and her books lol! smh. Magnus needs so many hugs! 🥰

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  • Kim
  • 13-05-21

Great writing

Loved it very refreshing the story had a believable plot that had humorous spats to keep you entertained



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  • Lowrainr911
  • 07-05-21

Loved

Loved the book when I read it and lived the audible book! A must read!

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  • PATRICIA
  • 05-05-21

ahhh Magnus!

Office romances, I love them! And this one is especially good. Just when life couldn't get any worse, Brina finds herself spitting out her latte on the shoes of a rude man. Who knew the results would be a job offer she can't refuse? Magnus needs an executive assistant. His demanding ways has made it next to impossible for one to tolerate him long enough to remain on staff. Maybe this spitfire is the answer. And our story begins. Laugh out loud moments, times of frustration, a mother who writes romance and is incredibly funny, a driver you want in your life, and a couple that is perfectly matched all masterfully intertwined to create this wonderful story. Brina is quite the woman. Unable to hold a job to proving her worth, she is smart and loyal. She is feisty and stubborn, and willing to do whatever it takes to keep her and her parents afloat. Magnus is broken. He needs the help, but he also needs someone who understands him, and Brina takes the time. It's a slow burn, but so worth the wait. It's another fun listen by Nicole Snow.

Casting Tor Thom and Carly Robins is ideal. Thom gives Magnus that gruff exterior. You can feel it pouring off of him, and at the same time his nuances left us know there is a softness underneath it all. Robins is so expressive, and her portrayal of Brina is spot on. Excitable, spirited and a huge heart, Brina comes across exactly as I expect her to sound. This team works well together and I loved this performance.

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  • Marissa Danforth
  • 22-04-21

it was good. a very slow, slow burn.

i normally listen to dark romance so this was a great pallet cleanser. i enjoyed it.

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  • Veris
  • 31-05-21

It Was Good

It was good but not great. There could have been more banter which would have made this book great. Towards the end during the break-up the lead female character should have made the lead male character work harder to get things patch up. This was another place she could have added more banter because in real life there would have be hell to pay from the person who was the jerk. Like for example if the lead character would have at least thrown something at the lead male character that would have been satisfying however Nicole Snow tends to write about a young lead female characters that have no real life experience, while her male lead characters tend be older, macho, and have lead full lives before they happen upon the twit of a idiot female character that they fall madly in love with. In this book the female character was a little stronger but like girls her own age she falls into the pitfalls of being young and inexperienced. Most authors have their characters grow in experience as the story goes along, not so with Nicole Snow's books. She is a good writer but also very predictable which makes her stories have a lot of lag time. I often have hard time finishing her books right away, it takes me some times to finish a story and will often put the books down and read another author whose stories I have been waiting for to come out. Don't get me wrong I Do usually finish her the stories and am usually stratified with them but I have to be in mood to read them. I had higher hopes that this book would have been one of my favorites but it wasn't. The narrators are almost always spot on with Nicole Snow's books and I usually enjoy listening to them read. I give this book 3 1/2 stars and the narrators 5 stars making it 4 stars overall for me.

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  • GingerGemini
  • 24-05-21

Really liked this book!

I feel like it’s been a while since I had a book I couldn’t stop listening to and that had me halt my daily cleaning during the best parts. The female narrator is one of my favorites since her animated nature always lends something to the characters. The length didn’t feel as long as I thought it would and I felt it was great. I don’t think this book will disappoint anyone.

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  • Rochelle
  • 22-05-21

great listen!

I always love when you get a good narrator. The female narrator is one of my favorites. She always gives the story the right amount of spunk. The story was cute and wouldn't mind a sequel.

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  • Lisa Helmick
  • 14-06-21

Really loved these two!

This is a wonderful enemies to lovers story! This is one of my favorite tropes. So i had high hopes for this book. It is filled with ups, downs and witty banter. Plus a female who doesn't back down from an demanding, pushy boss. I laughed many times and others just had a smile on my face. The names that Brina comes up with for Mag is impressive!

The two have definite chemistry. Sometimes it flys off the pages! I enjoyed watching these two change, grow and become better. Thats nit to say it all fun and games in here. This does have a serious side that shows up now and then.

The secondary characters are plentiful. I did enjoy a lot if them. Paige is a best girl friend ever! Ruby—OMG that girl deserves a medal! She is a rule follower but breaks them now and again. Then I want to briefly mention Armstrong. While his part was small he activity in the story really added to it.

I did listen to this gem on audio. The narrators did a wonderful job.