Picking up where Beautiful Bastard left off, Chloe Mills and Bennett Ryan continue their steamy, combative relationship.
Just when Chloe’s career starts to take off, Bennett wishes it would all slow down long enough to spend a wild night alone with his girlfriend. But after he refuses to take no for an answer, Chloe and Bennett find themselves with two plane tickets, one French Villa, and a surprising conversation that, predictably, leaves them wrestling under the covers.
©2013 Christina Lauren (P)2013 Simon & Schuster
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How many times have you finished a book and thought, man, I wish there was more to that story....WISH GRANTED!
This book picks up where beautiful bastard leaves off, and should be read prior to beautiful stranger...bad publisher for releasing them out of order!
We learn more about Chloe and Bennets relationship and this book fills in the back story that was eluded to in beautiful stranger.
There were some hot scenes and the characters were great as always! For less than $4 no need to use a credit, enjoy!!!!!
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
Dual Narration really can kill a story. I soo loved Beautiful Bastard! It was amazing.. But this... I pre-ordered this... but the dual narration killed it. I love Grace Grant as a narrator, she could have done this book alone. Dual Narration just ruin this for me, I didn't make it past chapter 2. I wonder if it got better? Who knows...
I hated to give this book thus rating, but it should have been an epilogue in Beautiful Basturd. It should not have been a book by itself. First, Beautiful Basturd is my all time favorite book like Wallbanger. Something told me not to get book two for either of these books. A lot of times book 2 does not live up to book 1. Therefore, I don't want my experience to be marred by bad memories. However, I took a chance and got this book. It was okay. It was just a look at what happened after Chloe and Bennett got together after the first book. Nothing really happened in this book other than them getting engaged. The voice of Bennett didn't really fit his personality. The voice was too weak for me. The book was too short. This book you can try to read online for free don't pay for it.
What a weird choice for Bennett! Kirby Heybourne's voice honestly reminded me of Mr. Rogers. Definitely off-putting. The story itself wasn't really worth it to begin with anyway. It was boring and kind of pointless.
I travel a lot so I listen to many books.
What a bore. I didn't like it, didn't like the characters and I couldn't find a plot to save my neck. I vote two thumbs down!
Mom of three and a full time job who enjoys reading but doesn't have time. This is perfect: plug in my headphones and I'm on my way.
Was it just me or did the male voice sound like a robot? Of course from the last book I wanted to know the story after they made up and this was perfect- can't wait to listen to the next novel. But I really hope the male voice doesn't sound like a robot.
Story wise, I loved it. But the audio version, not so much. You know how when a male is narrating and they soften and higher their voice fro when a women speaks? That's how this male narrator sounded all the time. His voice was way too soft and feminine for me. Especially with the character he is portraying. Bennett is this super alpha, rough, bastard of a man. The voice just didn't suit him at all and it's his narration the entire time. Thankfully it wasn't long. If I hadn't read the story before I don't know if I would've continued with the audio.
Am a book reader who have to many books and to little time to read them. I love humor, slow burn romance, and fast pace story.
Enjoyed this book a little more than Beautiful Bastard since they spilt up the POV in a male and female narratives. Also though it was short it was really sweet. There is a bigger chance to continue this series but probably not right now. Also the flashbacks on a year relationship was cute and there bad luck on traveling.
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