Only Work, No Play

Written by:
Cora Reilly
Narrated by:
Tom Kennedy , Emma Wilder

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
July 2019
8 hours 14 minutes
After two years of taking care of her heartbroken father, Evie needs a new start. Leaving the States and following her sister to Australia to work as the personal assistant of rugby star Xavier 'The Beast' Stevens seems like the right kind of distraction.

Tall, muscled, and devilishly handsome, Xavier is the love 'em and leave 'em kind of guy. He never forgets a girl's name because he never bothers to remember it in the first place. Evie soon realizes that being Xavier's assistant is a 24/7 job; the man seems unwilling to even set an alarm for himself.

As she watches him move from one woman to the next, Evie is glad that her heart is safe from his attention. After all, she's a far cry from the size zero models he usually takes to his bed.

But soon being around Xavier doesn't feel like a job and seeing him walk around his apartment half naked all the time isn't helping either. Evie knows that giving in to her attraction will lead to heartbreak, but when Xavier starts treating her as more than just his assistant, resisting his charms seems like an impossible task.
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The guy narrator is very very terrible at imitating girls voice I COULD NOT immerse in the story because of him The plot is weird and toxic, DO NOT recommend at all save your time:)

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The story wasn’t bad, I didn’t have a hard time finishing it, but she was so immature it irritated the crap out of me. She convinced him to do something that he didn’t think was a good idea and then treats him as a enemy basically. I’m glad she was told time to be an adult.

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This book has the bones of a good story but be aware that there are annoying aspects. Firstly, inconsistencies which feel like poor editing. Secondly, inaccurate virginity myths. Thirdly, way too much focus on body image. Still, the humans involved are believably fallible and do find some redemption. Narration does well at the voices and accents.

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