He's her patient. She's his doctor. They shouldn't. But God, do they want to.
Camden Harris, the famously hot, hulk of a footballer is laid up in a London hospital. But his busted knee doesn't stop him from running his well-practiced game on Indie Porter - his redheaded spitfire of a doctor. She's not his type, not even close. But she could be the perfect distraction from the soul-crushing damage this injury could cost him.
Indie's tired of her naivety putting a target on her back. As a gifted child, she's let her education take the front seat her whole life. But a fling with a footballer like Camden might be just what she needs to grab life by the balls.
And he could be the perfect guy for the plan she's been sitting on for over two years.
But when feelings make a final play, there's no amount of medicine that can heal the damage to their hearts.
©2016 Amy Daws (P)2017 Amy Daws
First, when I read the ebook I was blown away at these amazing characters Camden and Indie were created with such amazing depth. But to hear these voice bring them to life. LOVE IT!
Any of the audiobooks by Amy Daws. The duet style narration gave so much life to this story.
Inflection. Sure, you hear it in your head, but to feel the pain and pleasure.The natural style these two narrators give to the characters si unmistakable.
The Pun written in the book. the Tower scene.
This book is completely and utterly amazing.
I'll be honest, the main reason I bought this was because of Will M. Watt. He's an amazingly talented narrator with a soothing deep voice. He did an amazing job narrating along with Charlotte Cole.
The characters in the book were not very mature. The miscommunication, the flip flopping of emotions made my teeth clench in irritation. The characters are supposed to be in their mid 20's, but it seemed they were more teenagers than adults. I can understand an athlete behaving like this. Not a doctor.
I don't think I'll pick up another Amy Daws book.
At the very top. Tied first place with That One Moment.
The story is fun, it's heart-warming, it's smart, it's cute and definitely romantic and sexy.
With the dual narration style, the characters come to life so much more than I ever could have had them in my head. The narrators really embody the characters, even switching between then, but it sounds effortless, seemingless, greatness.
I love pretty much the entire book. But What really stood out to me was Indie realising she cannot let go of Cam, she needs to take a stand and WANTS to take a stand. Their connection is pure magic.
Everyone should read this, or better yet, listen to it.
I never read the print version but I really enjoyed the audio. The narrators were great.
I would recommend Challenge to any of my friends that haven't listened to a duet narrated book .
My favorite scene was when Camden professed his love for Indie.
When a professional athlete meets a very talented doctor, falling in love can become a wonderful Challenge.
I have never read a duet narrated book and although it took a little getting used to, I really enjoyed it, The narrators were great. The voice for Cam showed a lot of emotion that as a listener I could really feel. Overall, 4 stars. I would definitely listen to another book by Amy Daws.
Camden Harris is a famous footballer, Indie Porter is an up and coming doctor. Unlikely to ever be on each other's radar, they meet when Cam is injured. After meeting, their destiny can't be anything other than together. Camden and Indie are so likable, you can't help but want them to be together. Their individual stories are compelling, and they are fun and sweet together. The book has the perfect mix of sweet, sexy and funny.
I liked when Cam took Indie to see this football stadium--it was fun seeing them outside the hospital together and provided key insight into their back stories. I also really enjoyed the scenes with the Harris brothers together.
Will M. Watt & Charlotte Cole were perfect! I can't imagine a better choice in narrators to tell this story. In the past, I have not been a huge fan of Duet narration but this book was good enough that I will give them another chance. I can't wait to hear the rest of the Harris brothers stories!
I thought the narrators were very good and I loved how they alternated on dialog like a movie. The story was very good and flowed right along. Cam and Indy were such likeable characters. You will definitely want to listen to this as it made me laugh out loud a few times and swoon at some too. This was the first time for me with this author and I will definitely listen to more of her books.
I absolutely loved Challenge! The narration was phenomenal!😍 And the story of Cam and Indie was completely amazing! Hearing this story come to life in this Audible narration was absolute perfection!
I love audiobooks!!!
ok, here is my HONEST opinion.... this is an epic story of love and football. My ONE disclaimer is that I cannot stand the word "slits" in it's current position. in the manuscript. it was ONLY used twice, so it didn't affect my score, but it made m cringe, a bit. xo
Does it make you feel better to no vote all my reviews? Sad. If it makes you happy have at it then. Hope it brings you a little joy.
What a great story, I was sucked in from the beginning to the end.
How the characters meet and get together to the struggles they face. I was enthralled, and let’s talk about the narrators.
Because with books like these, you need to have it sound like the book. What better way than to have narrators who speak the language so to speak.
This is a spin off from the London Lovers Series which I loved.
Cam and Indie are cute together now other way around it. She struggles with her feeling for Cam because she doesn't want to lose her job.
And Cam struggles to have and want someone for more than just a night or two.
I just loved the back and forth and the miss communication I wanted to yell just talk to each other but what fun would that be. ;)
Love it and the narrators like I said can’t wait to see if Amy gives us more of these brothers.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
"Narration heaven, duet style."
I initially struggled with this book as it is set in my professional world and the ethics of the relationship were problematic to me even though I know this is fiction. But as the couple grew on me, I enjoyed it more and more.
The duet narration style was superb and both British narrators had wonderful voices and emotion, capturing the characters perfectly. If only all audiobooks set in the UK with Brits had accents like this. The story was fun, serious, hot and allowed me to escape into the world of Cam and Indy. Cam was quite the evolving man and I really came to like him.
This was my first book by Amy Daws and it has left me highly anticipating the next brother. I look forward to reading and listening to more of her work.
"I didn't think this story could get better!"
I adore all of Amy's books, and absolutely loved Challenge when I first read it. Now I love it even more! Will and Charlotte bring the characters to life in the best way, their storytelling makes you feel everything twice as much. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Challenge and will listen to every book Amy brings out!!
"another amazing story by the fabulous Amy Daws."
I loved this story. Indie and Camden have such a lovely chemistry and you can really feel it from both narrators. ***** book for me.
"I'm in love with the Harris brothers"
I love Amy Daws' audibles and this is up there with the best of them. I loved her London Lovers series and although it's not part of the series we have a crossover of characters. We follow resident doctor Indie Porter as she attempts to do groundbreaking surgery on soccer player Camden Harris (he's a player on and off the pitch), following a bad tackle during a match. Indie has so many issues, issues that I didn't understand until later in the story, which meant I found her cold hearted and callous with Camden at times, and especially in her pursuit to lose her V card. Even though Camden was a player, I was very much sympathetic to him and his issues and I really loved his openness. He was the perfect book boyfriend. The chemistry between them both was swoon worthy. Indie's work ethics went out the window when she came across Camden's smoulder, and the doctor patient line was well and truly crossed. Once she finally came clean about her life and her feelings I found I actually really liked her. I am so looking forward to the rest of the brothers' stories, I just love these boys. The story was narrated in Duet, which really worked for me in thus instance. I loved the narrators (I've finally got used to the British accent in an audio, and although some annoy me, these worked for me). Twinnies story next I'm hoping
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