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I Married a Billionaire: Lost and Found
- I Married a Billionaire, Book 2
- Gesprochen von: Arley Tapirian
- Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 20 Min.
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When Maddy Thorne agreed to marry her billionaire boss in order to keep him in the country, she never would have guessed they'd actually stay together. But over a year later, she's still happily married to the slightly eccentric, maddeningly attractive Daniel. As he begins to come out of his shell and turn into the figurehead that his growing technology company needs, Maddy finds herself dealing with a whole new set of problems. And despite his newfound openness, he's still keeping secrets. Even from her. But despite her misgivings and the ever-present prattle of journalists, really, Maddy can't complain.
Then, a frantic late-night phone call changes everything.
Daniel has been accused of illegal insider trading. His assets frozen, he suddenly finds himself at the center of a media circus and a trial under a merciless judge with no way out. Maddy wants to support him, but it seems all Daniel wants to do is crawl back into his shell. In the midst of the chaos, Maddy receives an offer to display her drawings at one of the most influential galleries in the city. Pulled in two directions even as her life crashes down around her, will Maddy allow Daniel to keep pushing her away, or will she find a way to pull him back?
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Not for me - disappointed ☹️
The story sadly was bland - however the narrator was the real dealbreaker for me!!!
Did that woman ever hear about how intonation was crucial for how people conceive the emotions of the situation?!?
When she was voicing Daniel her attempts at speaking with a lowered voice only managed to make it seem like he was short tempered, frustrated and sarcastic with his wife.
Made Daniel seem even more like an closed off dislikable ass when he apparently was sweet to the wife for a change...
The whole thing also seemed horribly hurried along. Not necessarily by the writer mind you. Is it too much to ask for a 3 second breather between chapters?! Especially when there is a significant jump in the timeline, company present and situation?
How they thought anyone would enjoy listening to this audiobook under the circumstances I have no clue - greatly disappointed ☹️