As Jax and Rachel start their lives together, finally engaged and living in Los Angeles, all seems right with the world - until Chloe wants to enter their lives again. She wants to be closer to her son, Jace, and in order to keep the peace, Jax agrees. Unfortunately, trouble seems to be swirling in the air when Rachel's high school crush enters their lives; meanwhile Chloe proclaims to be pregnant.
Rachel is left questioning whether Jax is the one she wants to live happily ever after with, while they are left pondering who could be the father of Chloe's baby. Could their relationship be strong enough to surpass these obstacles, or will this mean the end of Jax and Rachel's love?
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Something Precious is sweet romance filled with "baby mama" drama. Jax and Rachel are engaged, and living together along with Jax's son, Jace. Everything was going great, until Jace's mother, Chloe, comes back into their lives and tries to come in between Jax and Rachel.
Aundrea Mitchell and Gary Furlong did a great job with the narration.
I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. Overall, this was a decent story that was sweet, light and had mild drama; however, the romance wasn't that steamy.The characters were good, and I liked Jace was a big part of the story. The rating for this story is between three and four stars.
Rachel, the main female lead, and Jax, the male lead, are engaged and living together.
Then re enters Chloe with more drama. You guessed it, she is pregnant.
Rachel's is wondering about the baby's father while she gets a visit from a long lost "friend".
Add in some pressure from Jax wanting to extend their family before marriage and this book turns into of a fast pace read or listen.
There was plenty of drama, almost too much for me and almost gave me "whip lash".
Overall, it was an ok read and if you like a lot of "breath holding" and "not knowing",
than this is the book for you.
Aundrea Mitchell and Gary Furlong did well together with the narration.
"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."
Ee-yew! The narration is just not right. The voices and accents just don't suit the characters. Having a female narrator do male voices is s crap-shoot. Some work, some don't.
Jace, he made this book. He was so Precious.
When Chloe came back in to Jase's life.
Yes, they both did a great job.
When Jase was taken to the hospital
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Love books. Can get lost in them and spend hours there.
This story was enjoyable and the narrator did a good job. It was kinda hard to follow at the end.
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