ARC AUDIO BOOK REVIEW: Blackburn (Special Forces: Operation Alpha) by Brynne Ash
Release Date: November 18, 2020
Publisher: Spectrum Audio
Length: 2 hours 35
Narrator: Virginia Rose &
Buy: Kindle | Audio
She’s my employee.
I’m her boss’s boss. Hell, I own the company.
Pursuing Lillian Burkette was a line I shouldn’t cross.
Until a work trip from hell changed everything.
I didn’t just step over the line. I annihilated the damn thing.
When it comes to her, there’s nothing I wouldn’t do. I’d even kill for her.
When they say the corporate world is a jungle … they have no idea.
This could have been a really good book if it hadn't been so short. I feel like the author skipped a lot of the build up, the struggle and romance and just gave us a synopsis of what the book could have been. The narrators were fine and engaged me as much as they could have in the short time span. I know a lot of people loved this book but there was just nothing to it for me. I guess I don't like to be told things I want to experience them. I wanted to see how horrible and nasty Lillian's family truly was, I wanted to experience more of the workplace drama that comes when a boss and a subordinate start a relationship. So for me it was good but I wish it had been more.
Disclaimer: I received this book through netgalley.com from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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