Olivia Tyler loves helping foster children find their forever homes, but she's still waiting for her forever love. Ever since her ex-boyfriend humiliated her on Facebook, she hasn't been ready for a commitment. But on the night of the charity auction for her adoption agency, she gives in to temptation with a stranger who helps her out of a jam...and out of her bright-blue stilettos.
After the most mind-blowing romantic night of her life, everything about Max Right seems perfect: he's handsome, chivalrous, and he's about to launch an algorithm-based matchmaking app with an extraordinary success rate. But when Olivia finds out her mystery man is also someone else's fiancé, no matter how much they seem to click, this romance doesn't add up. For Olivia, unavailable means incompatible.
When a troubled teen comes to both of them for help, Olivia is willing to put their differences aside temporarily. But as the three spend time together, she discovers the truth about Max's heart, and it just may be the key to opening her own.
©2016 Gerri Russell (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Yes, I listened to this on my way to and from work and thought it was a fun story.
I did feel connected to the main character and loved following her throughout the story.
She was great. I thought she connected really well to the story and made it really fun to listen to. Really good work.
I listened in probably about 6 car rides. It was a quick listen and a good time!
The book was pretty bad. Plot was asinine, to the point of being laughable. Dialogue was stilted, full of cliches, felt completely forced, unnatural. No character development. Characters are cliched, and ridiculous specially the villain. The Hero doesn't have any backbone and lets himself be manipulated over and over. In short the book was a wreck.
The narration definitely did not help at all. Dara Rosenberg's narration is grating with her over accentuation of "ing" ending words and the way her "s" comes out, to the point of being distracting and incredibly annoying. Sorry, I'll try to avoid books narrated by her in the future.
The narrator was awful. She accentuates ing at the end of words and sounds too childish. There should have been a male narrator to even out Dara Rosenbergs miserable narration. This story is typical and nothing out of the ordinary. I was very disappointed. This was my first and last experience with the writer.
A different female narrator and add a male narrator.
I was disappointed. Very rarely do I not finish a book and this audiobook was a real struggle.
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