Pussy came easy.... But then, for photographer, Xander Chase, most things came easy...except love. His portraits are renowned for revealing the heart and soul of his subjects, yet, he keeps his own heart hidden behind a playboy facade. All he cares about is revenge, and for that, he needs a stand-in girlfriend for a weekend fling.
Struggling actress, Imani Brooks, has been offered the coveted role of a lifetime...playing the part of an escort in a renowned play. When Xander proposes a weekend of research in Paris, she jumps at the chance. Their pretend relationship is the perfect way to dig into her role. She just has to remember that what they have is only for show. Everything goes as planned until passion erupts and blurs the line between fiction and reality. Can Imani get past the walls Xander's built around his heart and find the real man hidden behind the camera lens?
London Calling is a full-length, standalone, BWWM New Adult contemporary romance. It contains adult themes intended for mature listeners.
©2015 Nana Malone (P)2016 Nana Malone
I really enjoyed listening to this book. I've listened to it several times now. I love the narrator, the story, and the performance. Nana is awesome! would love to see a continuation of the Chase Brothers to see how each of their stories ends.
Traveling therapist listening to AUDIBLE books while driving to far areas. Also host/produce radio show on KGLP 91.7 on staying positive!!
I enjoyed following the brothers and their love interest. The sex was soft r rated and the story line will keep you interested.. Yes, if you are a Nana Malone fan.. this is worth a credit/money
I like that narrator Graham was less high pitched on this narration than he was on Filthy English written by Ilsa Madden-Mills. I'd rate his performance 4.5 stars for his performance this time, bravo!
Xander because he has the most character growth in my opinion.
He chose good accents for all of the characters and handled narrating both males and females really well.
There were quite a few humorous moments.
I'll definitely reread this one someday. And I will also keep my eye out for more novels written by Nana Malone and for more novels narrated by Graham Halstead.
Carolyn J.* Avid reader
The audible version of the story was narrated very well. Cancer and Miami's story was very passionate and felt realistic.Good job!
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