Isabelle Clark always had ideas, but that's all they ever were... until now.
She grew up in a world filled with poverty and hatred from the person who gave birth to her and had decided she would finally make her ideas a reality. After moving away to college as a junior she ran into the University of Maryland's walking one-night stand. Literally.
Ryder Mitchell was every girl's wet dream all in one muscled, tattooed, pierced, baseball playing package.
He thought he had the life: going to school, tattooing people by day, and giving girls the best orgasms of their life by night. When he found out that Financial Aid didn't fully cover Isabelle's room and board Ryder had an idea: Isabelle should move in with him.
On the outside everybody sees Isabelle as a quiet bookworm and Ryder as a player, both on and off the baseball diamond. They soon learn who the other truly is.
Either way, they're about to realize this idea was a beautiful one...
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I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
This is one of those stories where nothing really bad actually happens to the couple, but you spend the entire book waiting for the shoe to drop...and it just don't! Which is not a bad thing... it's a cute love story... but of course the couple has to break up.... So when this couple does..it's over miscommunication, but it get solved pretty quick... I actually like this story... IDK...
The female (h) was a bit naive to the point where I wanted to smack her...and the (H)... dude..that was way too much work, just to get the girl...but....BIG BUT!!!! I totally like the book... I found my self laughing out loud, crossing fingers for luck (for these two)...and just simply smiling by the end... Geez!!!!
Narration wasn't too bad... I like it...
Great credit or sale..
I love a good story! If I don't have time to sit and read, I listen to an audiobook.
I'm not sure who would enjoy this more. The whole book reminds me of Beautiful Disaster, but with a few differences. This book just didn't catch my attention.
Killing Sarai by J. A. Redmerski.
The narrator cannot be blamed for my opinion of this book. Viv's performance wasn't awful (3 stars for narration). I don't know Having 300+ books in my library, I've heard awful a time or two. I just didn't like the story.
Disappointment for wasting my money.
Though I'm not the biggest fan of this book I would be willing to read another of McKee's books because its possible that her books may get better as the series goes on, or her books may fall into the 'better read than listened to' category. It is unfair to scratch her off my book list without giving another chance.
Cheap knock off of beautiful disaster by jamie mcguire but nowhere near as good. Ok read.
No it just was time spent
It's not the narrator it's the book
Yes, I'm inspired to pay closer attention to reviews
This story was written like a really long ongoing sentence. And then this happen and then this... And blah blah... Really I thought a lot of it was corney. The main Characters weren't too memorable to me. I'm going to return it.
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