Audiobook Publication Date3/13/2018
Simultaneous with trade paperback original from Montlake Romance.

Genre: Romance/Contemporary


Performed by:
Kristin Watson Heintz
#2 in Worked Up

A scorching workplace romance proves hazardous in this new stand-alone from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cora Brent. As a project manager at a successful construction firm, Audrey Gordon is used to grueling eighty-hour workweeks. That’s what it takes to be the best in this business, especially when you’re a woman. But what happens when Audrey is assigned to the biggest project in the city? She’s forced to team up with former lover and office rival Jason Roma. Not only is Jason as cocky and hot-wired as ever, he still manages to get under Audrey’s skin in ways she has spent years trying to forget. Yet Jason is determined to rekindle the past. And this time the lines between work and passion might be permanently blurred.

Unabridged recording:
Run time: 8 hours
Media Options:
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Cora Brent

Cora Brent was born in a cold climate but escaped as soon as it was legally possible. These days, she lives in the Arizona desert with her husband, two kids, and a prickly pear cactus she has affectionately named “Spot.” Cora’s closet is filled with boxes of unfinished stories that date back to her 1980s childhood, and someday she fully intends to finish her first masterpiece about a pink horse that plays baseball. But in the meantime, she’s consumed with her romance novels. The author of the Gentry Boys books and the Worked Up series, which includes Fired, Cora feels blessed to have appeared on the bestseller lists of both USA Today and the New York Times. Visit her at, or connect on Facebook at
Kristin Watson Heintz

Recently relocated from New York City, Kristin Watson Heintz now lives in the Midwest. After commercial voiceover training in San Francisco, she began narrating audiobooks. Kristin also works as a singer and actor.

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