Love is just around the corner . . .
Sweet, shy Mara Hanover is in love with her neighbor. For four years, she has secretly watched her dream man from afar. Handsome police detective Mitch Lawson is way out of her league. She's a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, and there's no way a guy like Mitch would want anything to do with her. But when Mara has a leaky faucet that she can't fix, it's Mitch who comes to her rescue.
Mitch has been eyeing his beautiful neighbor for a long time. He jumps at the chance to help her, and soon their formerly platonic relationship gets very hot and heavy. But when Mara gets a disturbing phone call from her cousin's kids, she gets pulled back into the life she's tried so hard to leave behind. Can the hot law man convince Mara to let go of her past-and build a future with him? (Dream Man Series, Book 3)
©2012 Kristen Ashley (P)2013 Hachette Audio
oh yes must read...I love mara and Lawson
when all the girls were out drinking and hawk was there oh
Elvira she is the shit I love her
Way to much swearing. I Would of enjoyed it more if the male character wasn't so verbally abusive.
already knowing the book and what's to happen and listening to it brought it to life even more than my technicolor theater head does when reading!
When Mara and Mitch were arguing in his kitchen with his mom and sister there about being a team for the kids. as well as...When Mara admitted to being a family. and when Mitch loved Mara in her LBD.
Only with Dream Man series, really good job.
YES! I love all of the Dream Man series but I think Mitch is my favorite! so yes, I wanted to listen to it all at once, but I'm glad there is a pause button so I can eat :)
Anything written by Kristen Ashley is always an awesome read. Kate Russell really makes the characters come to life.
Absolutely read this book you won't be disappointed.
Main character is so inhibited, shy, and self-conscious that she keeps saying "um" and "pardon" and this draws the dialog out to 3-4-5-...9 (you get the idea) times what it should be.
The repetition and drawn out text. This is one of the few books that might be far improved by listening to an abridged version.
Story is good, it's just that the dialog is so tedious.
I struggled to finish the Audible version. All of the men sounded like they were from New Jersey. Elvira sounded like a valley girl. The tone of the narrator would 'loudly speak' a line and then finish up with 'she said softly'. If I hadn't read the book first, I would not have finished the Audible version and asked for a refund. I will not purchase another book by this narrator.
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