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Vienna Stratton knew she only had herself to blame. You didn't let yourself become indebted to a man like Dane Davenport, no matter how badly you needed his help. As his personal assistant, she was very aware that the globally successful CEO was ruthless and unforgiving.

Of course, if she'd known he'd request that she be his wife for 12 months, she'd have hesitated in accepting his help. Because what she'd learned from Dane was that the devil wasn't ugly and terrorizing. He was seductive and captivating. He hummed with whispers of temptation - the temptation to sin and surrender, to let him brand and possess you. He awakened every need and fantasy you had.

He could even make you love him.

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Suzanne Wright (P)2021 Tantor

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  • Stevee
  • 27-02-21

Genuinely Loved

Loved this story! Lots of surprising twists and turns... and *face fanning* steam.

Samantha Cook is one of the best narrators. She has a gift for brining characters to life and her delivery is quirky and unique. If you loved this, listen to That Guy by Kim Jones.

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  • M. Thurman
  • 24-01-21

Lovely Story

I have lots if this authors books in my library. I love her writing style. This new contemporary romance is now on my fave lists. I hope she writes more of these. The only negative is that the narrator did not simulate from character to character very well. Often I couldn’t tell who was speaking.

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  • Gabriel Owen
  • 13-01-21

The Favor

This was such a cute book definitely worth a credit. I think my only complaint is that I wish the book would of had both points of views of the main characters. I had a hard time of trying to figure out the male character and what he was thinking. I get that he is supposed to come across distant and all but I just feel like you don't really know him by the end of the book. But all and all very good 👍

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  • theeasylife
  • 13-01-21

Great Read

I enjoy this book very much. I have always been a fan of Susanne Wright. I am never disappointed.

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  • Stephanie
  • 29-03-21

Great book

I love everything Suzanne Wright does but this was a great contemporary book. Not her normal paranormal material. I don't like to post spoilers. I am pretty good at figuring out story lines. There were more twists and turns in this book. Please read or listen you will enjoy.

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  • Lisa
  • 14-03-21

Loved it!

Loved the written version so the audio was a bonus.

Dane and Vienna were the best. Suzanne can never go wrong with her books.

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  • AJS
  • 05-03-21

Great standalone from Suzanne Wright

I've read a lot of Suzanne Wright's work including a lot from her many fantasy series. I submit that her standalone novels are her best. I enjoyed the others but they tend to become very formulaic and decreasingly substantial the further into a series you get. I eventually gave up on each series. She's a great writer... there just only so much you can do with a storyline before it needs to be put to bed. For good.

The Favor is enjoyable, vulnerable, and addictive. Dane is definitely an anti-hero, but he endeavors to be the best version of himself for Vienna, the more he cares for her. And Vienna's loyalty to him (even when that loyalty is challenged a couple times) is commendable. In a world these days where people are so cavalier about relationships and commitment, it's nice to listen to a story about two people who are genuinely committed and loyal out of principle first, and love second. And this applies to many of the characters.

Samantha Cook was great.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 23-02-21

Incredible

I love it! Dane is deliciously ruthless but oh so loveable at the same time and Vienna is so strong despite her past. Together they make an incredible couple and I will read their story over and over again.

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  • L. Mathis
  • 19-02-21

Awesome!

Absolutely love this book can't wait for more! I'm a huge fan of Samantha Cook. She was the perfect Vienna. Dane character was the perfect dominant male.

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  • Glenda D. Ross
  • 14-02-21

LOVEEEEEEE this story.

I really appreciate reading reviews they were absolutely correct!!!! This story is sexyyyy, good story with a twist. All I can say is this is sooooooo worth the credit.

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  • N. Mahoney
  • 16-01-21

A great contemporary romance

The Favor is a contemporary romance with a more than healthy dose of Suzanne Wright’s usual wit and snark. I smirked and I laughed out loud on more than one occasion. I loved Vienna’s attitude and Dane is smoking hot and has that dark brooding intelligence.

Both main characters have people in their lives that have reason to separate these two well before their anniversary. There are suspense filled moments and moments that made me swoon a little and I was awake well into the early hours listening as I just didn’t get to a point that felt it was a good time to put it down and go to sleep.



There are some wonderfully steamy NSFW moments but the story isn’t erotica. It is a sexy romance that is cleverly written and whose characters back stories are complex and very well developed. I get the feeling that Suzanne knows her characters before she starts their stories. It is not only the main characters that have that amazing level of development, the surrounding family and friends are every bit as interesting and Vienna’s neighbours were responsible for more than one unexpected laugh escaping.



The Favor deals with some serious mental health matters and I love the way that she portrays mental illness. The knowledge, compassion and representation show something that I rarely come across in books that are not mainly about the condition.


The wonderfully talented Samantha Cook narrates the whole book and she recognisably represents the different characters, their moods and attitudes.


The listening experience of The Favor was five star across the board.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-02-21

Great book

I absolutely love Suzanne Wright’s books and this one is no exception. She has departed from her normal paranormal/shifters books with this one but she still injected all of her normal traits: strong and witty female heroine; alpha male; drama; sex and funny interactions. It is an east story.
I love the female voices but I don’t think she did the male voices well. Maybe, in future, having 2 narrators (male and female) would be best.

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  • Erica H.
  • 26-01-21

Awesome as usual!!

She does it again! Another great book, Suzanne could make a story of painting a room sexy and funny...

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  • Mrs E O'Hanlon
  • 15-01-21

Brilliant

I love the story telling and all the characters. Suzanne Wright does it again, recommend this book to any and all.

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  • Jenny
  • 27-03-21

I am impressed

Finally I have found a story that doesn't have a ditsy idiot as the female and the generic cavemen for the male character.

The story is basically from the viewpoint of a personal assistant who marries the boss to help him get the inheritance from his uncle....which turns into love and a HEA with some trouble along the way (the typical plot of a love story). Instead of just one big area of trouble there's a lot of little ones too that help you see parts of the character's personalities (like when she's nearly hit by a car, he saved her but she grazes her hand.... He ever so gently cleans her wounds and patches her up as if she is incredibly delicate to him.

There's also some saucy scenes.... Not as "kinky" as other books, but he's definitely a dominant male in and out of the bedroom and a few of the scenes have decent descriptions of what they're doing.

The background of the characters all show different types of abuse and their behaviour /personalities aren't "normal" due to that fact. So there's signs of mental growth and I love the way that the writer has dealt with the different situations /mental health issues. Also showing how different people react to the different types of problems. This impressed me to be honest.

The performance of the narrator is spot on and if I had to make any sort of complaint then I'd probably say that it was difficult at times to decifer which male was talking (they sometimes all sounded exactly the same).

All in all I thoroughly enjoyed the story and I'm sad to say that I've finished it. So I'd definitely recommend that you give it a go. I just wish that I could have more 😊

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  • L
  • 05-03-21

Good story, bad narration.

I enjoyed the story, however, the narration is terrible. I don't know why this narrator was chosen to narrate this book as she really isn't suited to it, and she just doesn't do the book any justice at all. She has a rather juvenile way of narrating which doesn't fit this kind of book, and her male characters all sound like young, whiney prepubescent boys. Again not at all fitting with the characters. To be honest the narration completely ruined this for me and I think I will stick to the Kindle version instead.

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  • Georgina Joyce
  • 16-02-21

loved this story

have purchased most of Suzanne Wrights werewolf books. seen this one an decided to give it a try loved the story and Samantha Cook performance couldn't stop listening to it

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-02-21

Great book

luv SW books, always great story, so well put together, characters are fleshed out beautifully thanks for another wonderful story