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Heidi

The Fairer Sex Collection, Book 4
Written by: Michelle Miller
Length: 47 mins

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Publisher's Summary

For an imaginative screenwriter, the best way to explain Wall Street is to strip the men of their suits in this flirty and provocative short story of sex, romance, and capitalism.

Heidi is writing a script to explain the financial industry, based on how the men within it approach romance. Her clueless heroine is looking for a Wall Street husband, but who’s the best option? The Trader? The Investment Banker? The Venture Capitalist? Scene by sizzling scene, Heidi considers their assets. What she wants for certain is a happy ending - but when she hits a dead end, it might take a real-life finance guy to show her what a long-term investment really looks like.

Heidi is part of The Fairer Sex, a collection of sexy, satirical, and sometimes harrowing short stories that explore the question: “What do women want?” The answer is different for every woman, but each can be read or listened to in a single sitting. 

©2019 Michelle Miller (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Julia
  • 13-10-19

Sex on Wall Street

A unique approach to explain the financial world and all its players through their sexual appetites.

All the scene changes are a bit much at time but Overall interesting. A nice twist at the end.

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  • Shhhh...I am reading
  • 23-07-19

Intriguing short

Borrowed for free via Amazon Prime membership. At 48 minutes long (including intro & credits) this is a fairly quick listen.

Heidi is writing a porno starring Paige who dates her way through various men having jobs “in finance”. The point was to use each of the interactions (not always ending in sex) into metaphors for the kinds of jobs each man has. I liked it, but struggled to keep up sometimes as this was written out like a screenplay (and that can be tricky converting to audiobook) and as the scenes sometimes jumped around in time. A flashback kind of thing, but by minutes or hours. I still enjoyed it though.

I can’t imagine spending money on this or ever listening to it again. Though it was well written, an intriguing concept & perspective, and the narrators were great. I did find it odd that the recording only credits Samara Naeymi as narrator when Alexander Cendese & Simon Mattacks appear as well.

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  • Elanor Oranges
  • 07-05-19

Hard to follow due to format

It's a book, about a screenplay, about a porno. Impossible to follow in audiobook format, and it was just contrived and weird. Who the heck is Dan Loeb?

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  • Francesca G. Hartop
  • 28-03-19

Loved every minute

Great short story, creative and compelling narrative style. Truly sad it ended, want more please!

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  • Orcookie
  • 10-03-19

Ridiculous

Poorly written and a complete waste of time. There are so many good books to read and listen to this is not one of them.

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  • jen4choice
  • 04-03-19

Best in the collection thus far

#4 should be moved to #1, IMHO. Funny, clever, depicting a version of finance world porno about as depressing to one’s libido as “Boogie Nights,” the author still saw fit to give us a HFN ending :)

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  • Lauren
  • 27-02-19

You lost me 2 minutes in

Most of the story is written in screenplay format which I found extremely unappealing and distracting. I couldn't get into the flow of the story because the vocalized stage directions and scene changes were so jarring. In other words, 'do not recommend.'