Audiobook – in KoboPlus at the time of this review
I never expected to fall in love.
And with not just one man…
But SEVEN filthy rich and hunky…drillers. At least that’s what they told me.
I was sent to Iceland on behalf of Mirror, Mirror Inc. as a scientist.
Unfortunately, my jealous and evil manager, Queenie was there with me, and she literally turned this magnificent journey into hell.
The only thing that made me feel better was Hunter Davis, my handsome co-worker, was gonna be there too.
But what I didn’t know, was that on this isolated island, there lived seven even stronger and sexier men.
Dan, Graham, Harry, Seth, Bash, Stevie and Jim.
Rough, rugged, and wild, their bodies were to die for and they were all ready to share.
The question was: was I ready to handle seven giant…um, drills?
DNF @ 80% ish. Honestly, IDK exactly when because I fell asleep. Yes. I fell asleep and had no interest in “rewinding” and pushing play again.
I didn’t expect a lot in terms of plot and was still left disappointed.
* The set up took 3 or 4 chapters of boring, repetitive “evil boss” & “hot coworker” that could have happened in half that.
* No fluffy fashion boot is going to protect your leg from a bear trap. BEAR. TRAP. And she supposedly just has some small scrapes.
* Seven dwarves, um, ecowarriors. Be prepared to get to know 1 well, two more somewhat and then – were there actually 7? There’s only 3 or 4 POVs in the book. I forgot already who had chapters, but most are from Sasha.
* There was no chemistry. Unless it popped up in the last 20% of the book. 🤷🏻♀️
I’m pretty sure this was my first time listening to Heather Firth or Alexander Neal. The best part of this book was finding new narrators to listen to. I enjoyed their performances.