It's not often you get the guy's perspective, not the low down dirty secrets, the nasty truthful thoughts. I'd recommend this for a friend in the hopes that I would be there to watch her face as she listens to Drew spout off about men, women and how he has it all covered. Not.
The author and the narrator manage to sneak the reader into the locker room of an arrogant, self assured man's mind as he falls into the 'dark' side (of love). I found myself wanting to smack Drew, laugh at him and root for him all at the same time.
When Drew's sister realizes that Drew hasn't had the flu for 7 days. or when his niece uses the calculator against him. or when Kate asks Drew how many ways his sister will kill him for buying the pony. or...well, one of those.
"A locker room's guide to falling in love. God help you." or "Drew had a strict rule book about Work and Woman. Until Kate used the book to start a bonfire."
A very hot and beautiful awakening to passion and love
Leo. Smart enough to reel her in and determined enough not to let anything stop him from having her.
Damn it, I cried. I hate crying. Then I listened to the whole book again.
Lisa Lutz has delivered another deliciously funny out take of Izzy's world. She's being blackmailed, pushed around by an old man and she can't find her car. I laughed so hard my nose ran. I'm already getting a tissue ready for her next book.
I don't think Jason Adams did a great job of Isabella's voice, however, I needed a cold shower after listening to him read every other part. I listened to this book first, then found out about the 1st book. I did like her voice, but I hope Jason reads the rest of them.
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