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3:AM Kisses

By: Addison Moore
Narrated by: Caitlin Kelly
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Publisher's Summary

From the New York Times and Usa Today best-selling author Addison Moore comes a new adult romance.

This book includes sexual situations and is for mature audiences.

Baya Brighton is looking forward to her first year at Whitney Briggs University, new friends, dorm life, and finally being close to her brother again. Love is the last thing on the list, but when Baya meets her brother's roommate, she begins to have thoughts and feelings that even make her blush. Bryson Edwards has a secret he prefers buried in the past and long forgotten. He keeps himself busy with the important things: loose girls, fast cars, and long nights working at the string of bars his family owns. When his roommate's sister shows up on the scene, she's far too innocent and sweet for him, but he can't shake Baya out of his mind, and worse, it looks like she's seeping into his heart as well. Baya seems determined to show her brother she's not a little kid and equally determined to use Bryson's body to prove her point. It's been made pretty clear that Baya is off limits to Bryson, but their undeniable sparks explode into a whole lot more than just a few 3:00 a.m. kisses.

©2013 Addison Moore (P)2015 Addison Moore

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OMG SOOOOOOO CUTE!!! I LOVED IT!!!

What did you love best about 3:AM Kisses?

Beya and her snarky little attitude...she is such a wonderful girl!!!

Who was your favorite character and why?

Beya once again....she is a great main character!!!

What about Caitlin Kelly’s performance did you like?

I LOVE CAITLIN KELLY 100% AND I RECOMMEND ANY & ALL OF HER WORK!!!

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes it was, and I almost did!!!

Any additional comments?

** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **

I almost missed out on this one, but after listening to another one of Addison/Caitlin's works of art, I had to have it...and I am soooo glad I did! I absolutely loved this story, I loved the characters, the writing, the narration...ALL OF IT!! Beya is 19yrs old and off to college in the shadow of her big brother, who is over protective and kind of a misogynist...His Roommate runs into Beya after witnessing a nip slip (lol) and offers to help her to her dorm, and then to find her brother, a friendship ensues with some very strong chemistry..Bryson is a hottie, but he has a troubled past and has been going through a bevy of beauties to kill the pain...that is until he meets Beya...she is kind of off limits...but that's not going to last for long!

THIS IS SOOOO CUTE AND QUITE HILARIOUS! I RECOMMEND 1000%

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Entertaining new adult romance

--I was given a copy of this audiobook for an honest review.

I am not normally a fan of new adult romance, reminds me too much of my college aged boys, but Addison Moore always entertains me. This first book in the 3am series brought that entertainment to me. Baya, a young, naive freshman enters her first year in college with the idea of letting loose. Little did she know that is exactly what she was going to do the first hour on campus, and right in front of the "sex God" Bryson. Bryson turns out to be her brother's roommate and is not allowed to touch her. As time goes on, this attraction becomes too much to avoid, and they fall in love.

I did find Baya's character to be completely hormonal and sex crazed, but was pleasantly surprised with Bryson's in depth character. He really has been through a lot, and his hurt and love all shine through. The cast of supporting characters in this book are very interesting. I am looking forward to getting to know Laney and Roxie better, and can't wait to see who whoring brother Cole finally gives his heart to.

Caitlin Kelly does an on-point narration. She is able to give Baya the naive voice needed to make her believable. I love her male narrations too...completely warm and sexy for the college age boys. Her narrations never disappoint and I will look for books just to hear them.

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Bryson & Baya!

A cute brother's best friend love story that will make you wish for some 3am kisses!

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So Much More Fun Than Usual

I adored this book! I usually go for something with a bit more "grit", but I'm so glad I gave this book a listen. It didn't take long to realize that this author wasn't just going to give me the same old thing: innocent girl meets bad boy... bad boy changes his ways... love... HEA... Don't get me wrong, all of those things were there (along with a few plot twists I wasn't prepared for), but my favorite part of this book, the part that had me listening in marathon sessions whenever I could and literally giggling out loud, was how creatively the author wrote Baya's innocent thoughts. There were no "quivering members" or "delicate flowers", instead there were so many clever euphemisms that I honestly couldn't wait to hear what she came up with next. On top of that, it was seamlessly written into the story and just totally worked. I loved hearing most of the story from the POV of a spunky, witty, strong female main character- the kind that can still throw a little sass, even while her knees are weak... The steamy scenes weren't over powering, but the author did such a great job with the flow of this book, that I was worked up right along with Baya and Bryson.

This audiobook was provided by the author at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast. Even though I received this book for free, I would not have regretted paying for this one at all. In fact, I've already started listening to my next book by Ms. Moore and see her quickly becoming a must listen for me.

[This audiobook was well narrated with quality production - NOT in a wind tunnel, NOT awkwardly spliced with repeating phrases, NOT w the background noise of your high school during class changes]

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Love it

Great writing, great reading, great characters. I'm looking forward to more by this author. Thumbs up!

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Light listen, couldn't get into

Would you try another book from Addison Moore and/or Caitlin Kelly?

Have listened to other books by this author but had a hard time getting into this book. The characters seemed adolescent, as if I was reading about high school or YA characters, not college or adult age characters.

So, Baya and Bryson come together, are growing up and finding themselves, but it just seemed like the story line was a bit lacking and it was a lot more about trying to have sex, or trying not to have sex, or shaming others for having sex. And that's the story - but there was so much more potential here.

But I also think the narrator does a pretty decent job. The voices sounded right, and made me laugh.

Any additional comments?

"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com."

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I'm sorry, but what an awful book

I'm sorry, but what an awful book. I have several complaints about the writing, but I will narrow it down to the top three biggest reasons to not read this book:

1 - There is no story. Like at all. There are the small conflicts between characters that, except for one involving the bitch Aubree, are barely even conflicts. More like small drama bombs when griefing is turned off. Remove every reference to sex, genitals, and hot bodies and you are left with perhaps one chapter near the end of the book.

2 - The characters are completely unbelievable. I've been to university. Guess what. Not every young person that attends thinks about sex 24/7 or is having sex every few hours. You know what is happening? Studying, going to class, socializing. Things that never seem to happen in this book. Our naive virgin immediately wants to jump into bed with the first hot guy, even after slut-shaming every girl she meets. There is some "mystery" about what happened to Stephanie, but by the time I dragged myself through this story I just couldn't give a crap.

3 - The writing is awful. I think I now have about 100 new phrases for sex and genitals. I've never read a book that personifies genitals to such a high degree. Vaginas don't have knees and balls don't weep. I think something readers might forget is that this entire story takes place between the first day of class (sometime in late August, most likely) and Thanksgiving. That's about three and a half months. That's it. And not once do we read about Baya attending classes or doing any actual studying. I don't know how any of them managed to stay in school considering their entire day is taken up with sex and thinking about sex.


The one good thing about this book has nothing to do with Moore and her story. Caitlin Kelly narrates the audio version and for that reason alone this book gets three stars instead of one. Her vocal choices for each character is en pointe. Baya's voice sounds young and has a hint of up-speak. She sounds naive when she talks about sex. Bryson and Cole might not have distinctly male voices, but they do sound sultry. And they must have smooth, sultry voices to have triple digits(!!) notches in their door frames.

**I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.**

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Very good book

I like the book because it was a light read but the storyline took a slight but interesting turn that made me want to get to the end to find out what happens, I would recommend this title to all my friends and that's also the reason I gave it the ratings I did

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Awesome doesn't even come close to this audio book

If you could sum up 3:AM Kisses in three words, what would they be?

Awesome, Funny & Sexy

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

yes

Any additional comments?

OMG I was gifted this audio book of 3 AM Kisses for an honest review.

Awesome doesn't even come close to this audio book!!!

3 AM Kisses is narrated by Caitlin Kelly and she is Baya all the way. She brought the story to life in a way that was so entertaining and wonderful I was hooked from the first page!!!

Baya Brighton and Bryson Edwards story is I believe the best romantic comedy I have read so far this year or ever. Loved this so much I had to listen to it twice. If you have previously read the book, I highly recommend you add this to the collection to fully enjoy the story.

A Must Hear for any audio book fanatic!!!

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Interesting enough to keep me listening!

I enjoyed listening to this audiobook as I felt it was a light hearted romance although there were some tough situations thrown in. Some things did not make sense such as why would a man leave his two twenty something sons run a bar? Let's not forget one of them was in college full time all the while maintaining an internship with a marketing company. I'm thinking he was stretched too thin to start a relationship. Also, I believe the hero and heroines brother were seniors in college yet they were planning out roommates for the next year. Huh?
The details may have been a bit confusing but the dialogue was hilarious! I did laugh aloud a couple of times from the off the wall stuff that the heroine would say or think and his alone makes it worth listening to. I've read a lot of witty books and been around teenagers, but some of this stuff is worth repeating.
The narrator, also, was excellent. I will be interested in the next book in this series.

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  • Amy Kierans
  • 11-07-15

The perfect first kiss....

I have read all the kisses books so far so was excited to see this had come out in audiobook as I spend ALOT of time in the car!

This story really drew me in because if how honest it was about that "first time" for everything. Baya is funny, clever and sarcastic to boot and Bryson is not the stereotypical damanged man that crops up in all books at the moment. there are secrets yes, but there is love and fun tioo.

A perfect book to get lost in!

I can't wait to see if the other books come out on audio book. Especially wild kisses which comes out this month!!