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Anyone But You

Narrated by: Lori Prince
Length: 6 hrs and 51 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
4.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Things are going great for Sutton Kay, or at least they were. Her yoga studio is doing well, she's living with her best friend, and she just got two kittens named Mocha and Cappuccino. Sure, she doesn't have a girlfriend, but her life is full and busy.   

Then her building is sold, and the new landlord turns out to be the woman putting in a gym downstairs who doesn't seem to understand the concepts "courtesy" and "don't be rude to your tenants". Sutton can't get a read on Tuesday Grimsdottir, but she can appreciate her muscles. Seriously, Tuesday is ripped. Not that that has anything to do with anything since she's too surly to have a conversation with, and won't stop pissing Sutton off.  

Sutton's life gets interesting after she dares Tuesday to make it through one yoga class, and then Tuesday gives Sutton the same dare. Soon enough, they're spending time working out together and when the sweat starts flowing, the sparks start flying. How is it possible to be so attracted to a person you can barely stand?  

But when someone from Tuesday's past shows up and Sutton sees a whole new side of Tuesday, will she change her mind about her grumpy landlord? Can she?  

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Chelsea M. Cameron (P)2019 Tantor

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Not for me.

This book was so dang instalove. The first half the yoga and CrossFit characters bicker and don’t develop well. It’s mostly just yoga chic interacting with her non-binary roommate about the encounters with said crossfitter. The second half is kiss, date, workout, sex, workout, sex, love. The second half covered like 4 days. It’s even discussed how short of time it took to fall in love... in the book They even discuss falling in love prior to even liking each other 🤔. If not for the cussing and (surprising bland) spanking scene I’d say this novel is 100% for young kids.

Chelsea does an awesome job with creating a bunch of characters from the LGBTQI+ spectrum...

On this note, I’m all for inclusivity, but when a narrated book has a character that is referred to as they/them, it confuses me just a tad. And then irks me a little. It’s probably my lesbian self being a little too close minded or too old, but if that bothers you as well, you should be warned over half the book features the character Ze. They are talking and or being referenced throughout.

Not a bad book but in my humble opinion, severely inferior to the Style/Chord books.

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Good entertainment

this was a good book without all the break up and getting back together drama.

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loved it!!

love Lori Prince!!! her narration is superb and I loved the story line as well. the characters and the tension. it was amazing!

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Cute

Of only real love happened this fast. An unrealistic storyline, to me, but still a cute story.

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  • 08-22-19

Lori Prince is the only good thing.

I really wanted to like this one. Unfortunately, the story line and character development were lacking. The plot felt rushed. Lori Prince’s narration was the only saving grace for this book.