There is a thing with over explaining every detail of every thought that passes through everyone's minds....especially while having sex that makes this book so annoying. I also don't believe the main characters to be in their mid 20s. the y act and relate more like ppl in their 40s. This isn't a bad thing if it didn't add to the book feeling unbelievable and forced...
The story was pretty good but the narrator was a little bit overly dramatic for my taste game so far I prefer her Redhead series.
No. I couldn't even listen to this book because of the way Heather Smith narrated this book.
Yes. I like the author.
She paused in all the wrong places. So annoying.
A different narrator
I will make sure I don't buy any audible books read by this person. UGGGH
Too give a little POV about my opinion, I'll say I do like romance novels, but I do prefer them as a subplot, with a mytery or other drama taking center stage. I prefer them to be realistic, without them being saccharine sweet. My two favorite series' are In Death and Stephanie Plum.
This book is long, drawn out, and boring. The main character was overly focused on her "O". Sexual encounters can still be pleasant without an "O", but she doesn't seem to realize that. And, please, pretty please, can you just say "orgasm" once? Speaking of which, the main character's relationship with her "O" is extremely off the deep end. She speaks of her "O" like it's a person- a red headed mermaid? The side story with the friends hooking up with the wrong ones is incredibly unrealistic and SO childish. The banter between Caroline and Simon is cute at first, but quickly morphs into childish and immature. When I first started this book, I thought the characters were older, due to their references to 80s pop culture and lifestyle. I thought it was bizarre that 30-40 somethings would be quite so immature, but let it go. When I found out they were mid to late 20s, it really disconnected the characters from the (very weak) story. I'm 80ish% of the way through this story and cannot force myself to care enough to finish it.
Unfortunately, this book was a no-go for me.
The story is ok as far as romance novels go. But the plot is pretty obvious and the premise of losing the "O" is sort of stupid.
The story is too focused on the sex and not enough about the relationship.
The narrator is able to change characters, but the male voices all sound about the same.
Everything.... I'm ashamed I tried this
Horrible. Horrible. Horrible. From the story to narration and everything in between. Horrible .....
Great audio version. Funny bits were delivered wondrously, sexy bits too. The general delivery and tone matched what I'd had in my head when I first read the book.