Yes! Good story, good writing, good performance. Very steamy! :-)
Not my favorite one in the series but still fun, sexy, and entertaining.
Yes. The narrators did a pretty good job. The girl's fake laugh gets a bit old but I still enjoy listening to her.
Yes. It inspired me to look to see when the next book was coming out.
Yes. I have and I will again. It is a good story. Very hot, and more complex than one would think at the start. It took me a bit to get into it because it is pretty hardcore. The author doesn't turn a MC member into a white night on a hog. They rough and unapologetic.
I like Picnic. And he finally has his own book. He is hot, hard, and also a protective daddy. I like older guys too.
She is a good fit for this story and I enjoyed her performance.
I love Samantha Young's series and I love Friends to Lovers story lines. I really enjoyed the development of the relationship in this story!
I pretty much like every time they are doing an either or scenario.
This is a great addition to a great series. It can be a standalone story but you will be glad to have read the previous books in the series first because the are great and second because the other characters reappear in this book.
Yes. It is a great story and part of a wonderful series.
I think she did very well. They've had several very good narrators working on these books.
Both. The author manages to bring on the angst and the humor.
I wish this didn't have to be a retrospective. The relationship that the story revolves around happens in the first book as a side note. This book goes back and tells their story by way of journal entries. I feel like the author didn't have to do this. If the other readers are anything like me the don't mind revisiting old territory from a new point of view. She could have gone back and told this story in the first person from their perspective and I would have happily consumed it. The telling of a story via second hand narration like that makes it somewhat choppy. It is one of my favorite stories in the series, but for the content, not the writing style.
Hot, Quirky, Texas
Natural Born Charmers Also by S.E.P. it has a similar vibe. Deep without being full of itself, yet still managing to be poignant and amusing at the same time.
Anna Fields was an artist. She is greatly missed and her voice will forever be SEP's books to me.
both. I managed to do both several times while listening for the first time.
I highly recommend this story and everything else by this author. The narration is gold.
The writing, the narration... Scotland! This story brings it all together. there were a few moments when I wanted to slap Joss upside the back of the head, but I am thoroughly won over.
I can't even narrow it down... I love the alpha, love the fact that Joss gives as good as she gets, love the backdrop of Scotland. Any time I am done with a book and inspired to look things up on line to see what they are writing about or get more details, I know it was a success.
A Scottish accent. :-) She is a very good narrator and manages to keep the story flowing through different characters, sexes, and accents. It is impressive.
If you get this book you will want to check out the rest of the series!
Not particularly, but I was also doing my housework at the time so that isn't totally true.
I kept on waiting for the female lead to grow a back bone. It didn't happen.
It is one of my favorites. I have listened to it a number of times.
The Bradford appetite and the back and forth between the two main characters.
Jason. The most lovable oblivious jerk ever.
Also Jason although the female lead is not slouch either.
yes. In fact I have. I love the Neighbor from Hell series. The books are funny and heart warming. I run through them like a Bradford at an all you can eat buffet!
Zoey. I liked that she made Trevor listen to the entire twilight series by promising him that there was sex in it.
She does enraged self importance well!
I would recommend the entire series if you like hot guys and funny pranks.
No this one pretty much killed it for me. It wasn't too bad, but I can tell that her work isn't my cup of tea.
Yes. It is a good angsty story and when I'm in the right mood it will appeal again.
I actually had to leave it a few times. It is one of those books that can frustrate you because the main character just keeps on getting the crap kicked out of her by life. I always came back, but I would actually get worked up enough that I took breaks from time to time.
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