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Another One

Narrated by: Brian Pallino, Ava Erickson
Length: 5 hrs and 46 mins
4 out of 5 stars (458 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Get ready to laugh out loud, swoon, and fall in love with this new, fun, and sexy stand-alone novel from New York Times best-selling author Aleatha Romig. Demonstrating her versatility in writing, Aleatha revisits her lighter side that you loved in Plus One. A complete stand-alone, Another One is the next big summer hit.   

Shana: Trevor Willis is sexy, sweet, and oh so fun. He’s also my best friend’s brother-in-law. That should mean he’s off-limits, or that I should be off-limits to him. Someone probably should have told us that before my best friend married his brother, before the morning of the wedding, when we woke in each other’s arms with gaping holes in my memory.  

They didn’t. We did.   

The hilarious truth behind our crazy, secret adventure secured this handsome, off-limits man in my heart. But alas, life goes on. After our one secret night, we went back to our lives - our hardworking, solitary lives.  

And then it happened. My phone began to buzz. Each night, with thousands of miles between us, we laughed, talked, and shared. And then the phone stopped ringing. Before it did, I knew one thing.... Our secret one had bloomed and blossomed, and now that our circumstances have changed, I want another one!  

Trevor: Shana Price is that one woman. You know, the one who suddenly makes the world more than a place to work, but also a place to live. Usually shy and awkward, in her presence, I want to be more - I am more. I don’t even have to try.   

She’s my one. I knew it the moment I first met her. What followed simply confirmed it. The problem is the little hassle of the thousands of miles between us. I tried to make it work, but each phone call made it harder. (Yes, that is a pun.) I couldn’t take it any more - and she became the one who got away.   

Now, everything has changed. Shana is back in the US - all I have to do is make her see that her job isn’t the only reason to stay. That shouldn’t be a problem, right? 

From a secret one to another one! Try Aleatha’s lighter side for a guaranteed smile - the perfect getaway. Have you been Aleatha’d?

©2018 Romig Works, LLC (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Truly a Cute Story

Shana and Trevor first meet at Kimbra and Duncan's wedding. Then after one PG swoonworthy night, they part for opposite ends of the earth.
But before too long, a chance encounter brings them back together...if only for temporary. But temporary is all they need for the feelings to develop.
Truly a sweet little story with low angst but lots of romantic and hot moments.
Brian Pallino and Ava Erickson make a great team in narrating this story.

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great romcom that will keep you laughing!

If you read A Secret One, then you know that Shana and Trevor met at her bff/his brother's wedding and slept together...sort of. They actually SLEPT...mainly because Shana had been drunk and passed out...lol. This book is set a year later, when Shana, who works for Saks...in London for the past 2yrs...is back in NY running a fashion show for a shot at heading the lingerie department. Trevor is also now based in NY...unbeknownst to Shana, who thinks that he is still in Seattle. A series of events lead them to meet and they are still hiding the fact that they know each other...and have been sort of courting...from her best friend, Kimbra, and his brother, Duncan. Now they have to decide how to proceed with their non-relationship-relationship. Throw in miscommunication between Shana's assistant and Trevor's friend...who had been dating in London...are you still with me? and you have a hilarious story that is guaranteed to keep you entertained until 'THE END'!!! You just have to read about the cannoli... :-)...trust me, you will not be disappointed!

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Was hoping for something different

I read "Plus One" by Aleatha Romig before i listened to "Another One". I loved Plus One soooooo much. I laughed through the entire book until there were tears in my eyes. So when I saw "Another One" I was hoping it would be just as funny. It was written well, nice story line that flowed, but it isn't written with humor at all.
This story is about a fashionista met a handsome Engineer at her best friends wedding, then serendipity plays a role and they reconnect in New York months later.

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Nothing special or spectacular about this book. kind of a yawn..... glad it was free. not worth a credit

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  • B. D.
  • Pure Michigan
  • 02-12-19

Not So Much

I thought I was really going to like this book,but unfortunately it just didn’t do anything for me. The narration was good and it was my first listen to Brian Pallino, who I thought was really pretty good. Not sure what the problem was, although I know I couldn’t really connect with the female lead character at all. This book was just not for me.

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  • JZ311
  • California
  • 02-12-19

“My lady” almost ruined this story

I didn’t hate this story, it didn’t have a lot of substance, it was just your typical boy meets girl then falls in love story. The characters could have been more interesting, but overall it wasn’t horrible. What was horrible was the non stop use of “My lady” what in the world was that even about?! It nearly ruined the story for me, it was so obnoxious it made me want to stop listening every time I heard it.

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Good

This was a good read. I could have done without Trevor calling her “my lady” so much. It made the story cheesy.

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Quick, cute story

I liked the narrators, they did a great job on the characters.
As for the story- it’s very basic and Does not have a plot twist so don’t wait for one. Easy listen. I was over the male lead character calling the female lead “my lady” ALL the time. Other than that it was enjoyable.

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Cute story with plenty of laughs

Thought the story was good but a little underdeveloped. At the end I found myself wanting to know what caused the situation with her job....as a professional woman it bothered me (even though it turned out ok). The characters are extremely likable.
If you want a quick listen that will make you smile this is it.

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Surpisingly Non Violent

It was a pleasant surprise that the author was actually capable of writing a novel in which no women were raped and tortured by alpha sociopaths. Rather in Another One, her female characters were portrayed as educated, competent and confident; not a wimpy, brain-dead doormat to be found.

Likewise, the men genuinely seemed to like and respect women, whether as a friend, lover or relative. When Trevor met Shana at his brother's wedding, he did not try to manipulate or bully her into having sex, but wanted to get to know Shana as a unique person.

Now, if only the book was full length with more plot development and more character background. There were amusing and sweet moments with the potential for truly entertaining.