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Summary

When Cheyenne Renaud got a job as personal assistant to billionaire Harold Carmichael, she knew it would be life changing.

But not in the way she expected.

After a passionate night with her boss began to turn into a full-blown affair, she was surprised when she discovered that she was pregnant.

But this was not the biggest surprise that was to come her way.

Very soon Cheyenne would discover the truth about Harold's secret life as a werebear.

And the fact that she was carrying his werecub triplets...

This is a sexy and thrilling paranormal shape-shifter romance with a pregnancy twist. Get listening now. The ending will definitely surprise you....

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  • jacqueline dane
  • 05-10-20

Amateur and 3rd person writing.

Very dull. I was confused, did Cheyenne even like Harry? She didnt make him seem like a good lover or protector. The story is more about Cheyenne and Daphne than Cheyenne and Harry.

The narrator is awful. Her voice sounds very amateur, like a teenager and Cheyenne and Daphne behave like teenagers. When the narrator switches voices to Harry's, she makes him seem so stupid, like he has an empty brain.

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  • 07-08-20

Too much over all . What happened to the romance

too much unrelated information and not a lot of romance. Wasted my time and money