One Hot Chance: Hot Brits, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
I am cursed. One Friday night, after a horrible day at work, I decide to cheer myself up with a one-night stand with a hot stranger. The guy who propositions me has a scorching bod and a sexy British accent. Cheered up? Check. Until Monday morning, when I walk into the office, and there he is.
My one-nighter is my boss's ex-husband. And her newest business partner.
Raisa Volkov is the toughest, most successful divorce attorney in New York and the woman every aspiring female lawyer wants to be. As her paralegal, I do whatever she tells me to do. And guess what? She just ordered me to help her win back her ex. Lucky me.
Trouble is, Chance Dixon doesn't want his ex-wife. He wants me. My brain warns me to say no, but my body has other, much naughtier ideas.
I'm so getting fired.
One Hot Chance is the first book in the Hot Brits series by Anna Durand, best-selling author of the Hot Scots series.
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|Listening Length||3 hours and 57 minutes|
|Narrator||Shane East, Vanessa Edwin|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||29 April 2020|
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-I didn't know what to make of Raisa, Elena's boss and Chance's ex-wife. Seemed a bit overboard. Yes she has feelings and all that but she's not to make them appear when it's inconvenient or embarrassing, especially at work where she's the bossy boss.
-There are some good word of play on Chance's name and they were funny.
-LOL moments: Every time Chance and Elena think there's no one around when they are in the elevators. Did you ever think there's no camera??? Someone is watching the action in there...
-There are a few instances when there's talk about harems, checking out who's the best lover, etc. and I thought it was of poor taste since Raisa was not faithful. It was not funny at all.
I guess I would categorize this as insta-lust/love because the way Chance pursued Elena, it seemed like he was already in love with her. There meet cute I say was more like a meet hot because things went from 0 to 100 in a manner of seconds; also Chance did a major faux pas, never answer a phone call in the middle of happy fun time especially if it is your ex calling.
Chance instead of acting like a mature lawyer around Elena, Chance took every opportunity to seduce Elena, now it must be stated their boss, Raisa, is Chance's ex-wife who he recently divorced. I just couldn't get into this book, it felt too immature; they could have done the professional as well as adult thing and told the truth, but no they decided to hide until they couldn't anymore. Now don't get it mistaken I am not a fan of Raisa at all, she was a crazy woman who brought all her problems to work and took it out on her staff, as well as abused her power and position especially with Elena.
Honestly felt like I was reading a high school book where the main characters are saying their studying in their room, but are actually hooking up.
The drama was at minimum level, but not absent completely. It isn’t pure erotica and you don’t get bored by a dull story.
Due to the shortness of the book, it was lightning fast instalove–which is a bit too fast for me. But even in those circumstances, it was a slow burn, since after their first encounter, Elena refuses to have a relationship with Chance. Talk about contradiction!
For me, the story moved too fast to let me develop any kind of connection with any of the characters. It’s well written, with some smart dialogue and witty moments. But it’s like all frosting and no cupcake, if you understand what I mean. Not my favorite book by this author, but not bad either, and I will definitely read the next in the series.