A new Westmoreland story!
Part of a new trilogy from New York Times best-selling author Brenda Jackson
Stern Westmoreland never makes mistakes - until he helps his best friend, Jovonnie "JoJo" Jones, with a makeover - for another man. Now Stern wants JoJo for himself. Their attraction is undeniable, and there's only one way to prove it: one long, steamy night together as much more than friends!
One mind-blowing kiss. That was all Ellie Weston shared with her neighbor and crush one summer, before he angrily discovered she'd approached him on a dare. Ten years later Ellie is back at her great-aunt's lake house, and so is Uriel Lassiter - still wildly sexy, single, and happy to stay that way. When Ellie finds her great-aunt's never-completed romance novel, she decides to finish the manuscript - but first she needs some real-life inspiration: a sultry summer fling.
Uriel hasn't forgotten Ellie, and their sizzling chemistry is starting to make him reconsider his tried-and-true bachelor status. But when the truth about her motive emerges, can Ellie convince him that make-believe has turned into sweet reality?
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This was really good. I'm going to continue to read all her books in this series. Truly an eye opener when it comes to men. They truly love hard even when they fight their enter feelings, emotional hangups and pass history of heartaches.
love the story, but the guy reading it has an annoying, nasal, whining voice when he tries to sound like a woman. I kept cringing. Otherwise, he's pretty good.
Both stories were great and let me wanting more. I will definitely check out the series!
I don't know how any one could not love the narrator Sean Crisden. Yes some of his female voices aren't so feminine, but really... He Is A Man. You have to use your imagination as well he can't do all the work for you, heck he read the book to you.
The narrator needs work on his voices. Every male character in the book sound the same, and the women sound horrible.
Is it possible to get a woman narrator?
The voices are horrible, and really takes away from the book
Not at all, but I would rather read the book than listen to the voices.
He isn't good with women's voices, and all of the women sound horrible.
All of the men have the same sound and country twang. It's not a suave sounding person.
disappointment --- I was hoping it would get better. The stories are fine, but the narration is awful.
I am not sure who chooses the narrators, but all of the Brenda Jackson books needs another narrator that can do more voices.
I'm a huge fan of Audible. As a school librarian, I've found that it passes my days and nights.
When I was searching for my newest read, I came across this. I was thinking that I'd probably enjoy this purchase. Can't lose with the two in one here. However, both stories were the "typical" Jackson storyline. Don't get me wrong, I liked the stories but it seemed that I'd heard them before, especially the Bachelor Untamed. So much so that I looked through My library to find it. I hadn't read it. It just seemed like it due to the similarities.
Now for the narrator: He was great to read for men, but his female impersonations were horrible. He sounds creepy as a woman. I thought El was a strong woman. However, this narration made it seemed as if she was Weakling.
I recommend this title. Just keep in mind, it's predictable.
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