Hiding in plain sight just got complicated. Lauren Taylor and her young son have fled back to her hometown to escape fame's cruel spotlight, and all she wants to do is start over. No press, no pictures, no problem. Until Nate Fraser, a sexy photojournalist, moves in next door. Resisting his kisses and keeping her secrets soon become the hardest thing she's ever done.
I really enjoyed this story and look forward to the next book to be recorded!
Nikki Graham's loner trait was not because she had social anxieties, but because the things she saw as a child made her fearful of relationships. Logan Sloan grew up in a loving home with hardworking parents who owned a successful restaurant. That led him to want to become a chef and own a restaurant one day. To complete his dream, it meant he had to give up a chunk of his private life to manage his restaurant. That was until the day his computer died, and he texted a message to the wrong number.
Where does Text 'Yes' If You Love Me rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
The voices were well done but the story line was just ok.
Would you be willing to try another book from Toye Lawson Brown? Why or why not?
There were some grammatical errors, based on that and Nikki being frustrating I would possibly try another book by the author, only if the description sounds interesting.
What does Rose O'Toole bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She brought the characters to life!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When Logan wouldn't give up on Nikki
Any additional comments?
It is worth listening to!