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Summary

He’s smug, conceited...and hot as hell....

Becoming a partner at Caldwell and Holton will be the crowning achievement in my hard fought career. There’s just one problem. One arrogant, materialistic, flashy problem: Saint Caldwell. 

Unlike me, he’s never had to struggle for anything a day in his life...or so I think. But there’s more to the man than a showy Porsche and killer smile. I’ve spent my whole life working towards this moment, and I can’t let myself fall for his good looks, no matter how much I crave him. 

But long hours and close quarters are a combination neither of us can resist, and soon heat at the office turns into a wicked night in bed. We’re total opposites...can we really make it work for more than a night of pleasure? 

At first it seems perfect. Saint fits in with my family, my step-father loves him, and the chemistry between us shows no signs of stopping. But when my own insecurities about my self-worth threaten everything we could have, I’ll need to find a way to move past them...or I’ll lose the best thing to ever happen to me.

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Mwa

It just could not grasp my attention. I did not feel the love between those two. I thought the fallout could have been worked out better, not this superfluous 'think one day and change your mind'. And, as in the previous novel, I am really annoyed if a novel is populated with 90% of gay men.

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Great

I really enjoyed this audiobook.
It was such an entertaining story.
The narration really elevated the experience.

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Hang-Ups and Love

All the hang-ups=Brax and Saint, but especially Brax. Cue the enemies to lovers, poor-to-rich Brax despising the flashy, never-known-poverty Saint who feels like he doesn’t quite match up to his brother, the hilarious way Saint and Brax met, the boss/employee relationship, and the off-the-charts heat between the two, and you have a very satisfying listen where both men end up being better than you thought, though I kinda wanted to smack Brax a few times.

New-to-me narrator did a good job.

I received this ARC from GRR, but the opinions are all my own.

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Nice work

Aiden Bates and Ali Lyda did some nice work with Suited For You. Brax and Saint are great characters to get to know, love it when thy argue. First time listening to a book by Thomas Hart and was happy with the narration, did a good job. Craving for book 3.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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What lies beneath

I enjoyed this story of the challenges caused by assumptions and misconceptions. Saint has worked hard to achieve success and he sees no reason not to enjoy it. Braxton became wealthy through his mother's marriage after growing up poor, and he hates the kind of conspicuous consumption Saint flaunts. But they both have underlying issues and insecurities.
What is the real reason Saint tries so hard, and what makes Brax so judgmental? As these two men grapple with their different viewpoints and prejudices, they start to grapple each other, and things really heat up. I loved the characters as they learned more about each other, but Braxton drove me crazy with his inability (or unwillingness) to communicate with Saint. It takes almost losing everything to make him come to terms with his own hang-ups.

I am in the minority on the narration. I thought the voices for Saint and Braxton were too similar, and unless the verbiage stated who was speaking when they were both present, I couldn't tell them apart. Otherwise the pacing and emotional expression were spot on.

I received an ARC and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.

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Overcoming misconceptions

I enjoyed the first book in this series and the teaser at the end ensured I would be back to read this entry. It did not disappoint. I enjoy seeing how romance authors ring their variations on the "meet cute" trope and having someone's car towed from being illegally parked in a handicapped parking space is a doozy. Having needed one of those spaces for a handicapped parent, I was cheering that action of Brax's and started the book with a slightly negative view of Saint. Like the first book, the initial impressions we have of the characters are not quite right and just as the characters in the story have to find out about each other and correct their misperceptions, we as the reader have to do that as well. I really like a book that can take me from being sceptical about a character - Brax = liar, Saint = arrogant jerk, and make me care about them and understand where they are coming from. This series is all about that. As always with this author, there is five-star heat between the characters but a real emotional connection as well once they start talking to each other. I look forward with great anticipation to the next entry.
I read this book first, so I was very curious to see how I would feel about these characters brought to life by Thomas Hart. He was perfect. My initial impressions of the characters were even stronger than on the page, hearing the car towing scene was even more satisfying and funny and the gradual changes in these two guys perceptions of each other were beautifully handled. The heat from the page also comes across enough to melt earbuds.

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  • 01-06-20

Good audio

What started out as a lust for your boss/opposites attract type romance changed in to a really deep and emotional story about acceptance and pre conceived prejudice.

Told from both character’s POV you have Saint the flashing law partner who isn’t ashamed of his wealth and is happy to flaunt it. Brax joins Saint’s firm hoping to make partner, he’s very reserved and can’t stand Saint’s flashy lifestyle. He has issues that stem from his past which make him very judgemental, his opinions did grate on me a few times as he was a major douche a lot of the time which was very annoying.

The ending was very interesting and sets up Grady’s book very well, looking forward to that one.

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  • 30-05-20

Fantastic book!!

I am enjoying a lot this series.Now in book 2, the story of Saint and Braxton is about how opposite attracts each other. An entertaining plot, with a lot of romance, hot scenes, and some angst that led to a happy ending, this book is simply fantastic. And hearing the profesional reading made by Mr Hart, helped to enjoy it even more. A fantastic book!!

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a great enemies to lovers story

Saint and Braxton don't get off on the best of footings and both are shocked when Braxton shows up for a job interview with Saint's lawyer firm. Grudgingly, Saint agrees to a trial period and as they begin to work together Braxton's misconceptions regarding Saint are challenged. There is also the inconvenience of the attraction they feel towards each other.
While this can be read as a standalone it is book 2 in this series. One of the things that I love most about this series is the way that the authors dovetail the beginning of each book into the end of the previous one.

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exactly what i expected

after catching these two at the end of book 1, i was looking forward to their story. Saint is just as flashy but down to earth I thought he might be with his family. Glad to see he got his HEA. Let's see what we have next for the next Caldwell brother.

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  • Susan R
  • 22-05-20

Loved it

I loved this book so much. That I had to get the audio version. Braxton at times I wanted to strangle him. He is probably one of my least favorite characters so far in the series. He redeemed himself a little at the end of the book. Honestly I found him very annoying which might be why I read the book in one sitting. lol,Let's face it we all want a good happy ending and we had to make sure the guys got theres.
The narrator did an amazing job with this book.

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  • Mary
  • 19-06-20

Great Listen!!!

Wow! I really enjoyed listening to this audiobook. I loved the story and how the narrator brought the story to life! Braxton and Saint got off to a rocky start but their journey was worth it. Highly recommend!!

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  • Colleen Richardson
  • 17-06-20

What a Saint

Having read this book listening brought it to life. On the upside I can’t ever get enough of the Caldwell family. On the downside Braxton comes off even more judgey in audio. Still loved hearing these guys come together and make it work! Bring on more Caldwells’s!

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  • The Book Wench
  • 15-06-20

What a terrible, judgmental man Braxton is!

My response to this story is mostly negative. The relationship between Saint Caldwell and Braxton Grant is problematic on its own because the reason for the way their working relationship begins shows Braxton in a really poor light and doesn't exactly do Saint any favors, either. Braxton shows himself to be shallow and immature on far too many occasions, making me wonder why Saint is even interested in pursuing anything with him. His reaction to his stepfather and his recognition that he resents him rests on the same kind of shallow judgmental attitude that we see when we first meet him passing judgment on Saint and costing him over $1000. His hypocrisy and lack of trust for Saint make him a very unreliable character whom I don't like at all.

Braxton has a huge inferiority complex that manages to morph into a sneering judgment against the wealthy. Saint deserves someone better than a man who insists on judging him because he's wealthy and not willing to hide it. "The last thing anyone needs is another Saint in the world", words he says to Saint almost at the end of the story, show exactly how awful this man is. He knows Saint's own insecurity about his worth and utters them carelessly anyway. He definitely doesn't deserve the love Saint has for him. He should have been left alone, but I guess by Chapter 22, they had to have an HEA. It's a pity it comes at Saint's expense since he has to forgive Braxton, yet again, for his terminal case of foot-in-mouth disease. He gets off way to easily after all the stuff he says and does to Saint. The performance was okay, though once or twice the actor botched a sentence, pausing where he shouldn't have and losing the sense of the sentence. I had to go back in order to get the correct meaning.

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  • Erika
  • 05-06-20

Love this series

I am really enjoying these new series that Aiden Bates and Ali Lyda have created. This story made laugh out loud a few times due to the bickering between Saint and Braxton. Saint is just a very charismatic self assured man and Braxton getting his bearings after being made to feel less than adequate at his last job, which leads to some tension. Braxton did frustrate me at times, but he's a perfect example of how some people can be in relationships. Their own self doubt and self worth get in the way of something amazing. Thankfully Brax and Saint made it work. This is a great slow burn and I recommend listening to it :)

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  • Love222
  • 04-06-20

Good continuation

I'm enjoying this series, it features a large family which is one of my favorite things. There's a slower build up with this one which I appreciated and it's lower angsty. I do wish we had gotten more of their back stories for me, I felt like they shouldn't have been as glossed over as they were considering the conflict came from there. Overall though it's a good story and Hart does a great job with the narration.

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  • OldLadyStauffer
  • 03-06-20

Loved it! Hot and Steamy! Workplace Romance!

Misconceptions, miscommunications, and assumptions can be very destructive. We all battle with feelings of self worth and doubt at varying levels. Saint deals with never feeling good enough, from growing up in the shadow of a successful older brother, and an ex boyfriend who told him so. Braxton’s perception of his stepfather and money runs through his mind daily. Putting his foot in his mouth doesn’t help, but he keeps doing it time and time again. The first time Saint and Braxton meet doesn’t exactly go well; neither does the second one. Only, Braxton needs it to, because he wants this job. Turns out Saint would he his boss...IF he got the job, that is.

I loved this story. It was well written and I had a hard time hitting pause a few times. The narration was superb, and easily brought the story to life.

This is book 2 in the series. It can be listened to as a standalone, but the Caldwells are a lovable family, so I believe you will want to listen to more. I know I do! The last chapter sets up the premise for the next book, making me really want to find out what happens!

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  • LilMommi
  • 03-06-20

It was alright

Great second book, Saint sometimes came off as too cold in the first book, but he was alright in this one. Braxton was actually an annoying character for me, i wanted to throttle him at times.
And the romance was very off for me, it was more of a sex/hate relationship.

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  • ILoveBooksSue
  • 03-06-20

So much snark!

I love a good snarky book! These 2 are amazing together! I love this series! So good! So much fun!!

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  • A.K.
  • 02-06-20

Better than imagined

This book surprised me at how much I actually enjoyed it. I didn't think I'd care for Saint much after I'd listened to Book 1, but I did. And I enjoyed how much of a mess Braxton seemed to be, so in his head and worried about everything.

The one thing that bothered me was that I felt the story was lacking in the romance. There was sex and months that went by, but there was no being in each other's pockets or sharing space. I would have loved a bit of story dealing with that.