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Publisher's Summary

Keyara Henderson's life takes an unexpected turn when more than half of her vision deteriorates due to diabetes. In an effort to regain her independence, Keyara opts to attend Georgia Southern University, a prestigious university with a drive long enough to prevent her from having anyone to fall back on. Although he has reservations, Keyara's father relents under two conditions: one being that she must stay in an assisted-living facility and the other requiring her to employ a chauffeur.

Born to a superstar father, Marquez "Rich" Richardson has lived up to the hype surrounding his last name, using it to bend the rules and escape trouble. After his son was caught in another drag-racing/drunk-driving scandal, Marquez's father has had enough of his son's irresponsible ways. He revokes his driving privileges before the police can do so. To drill in the importance of safe driving, he piles on a lesson to pair with this punishment: acting as Keyara Henderson's chauffeur. From the first day he begins walking her around, Marquez feels as if his social status is in jeopardy. The parties he once attended and the girls who would flock to him are put off by Keyara's presence. Although this is a problem in the beginning, Marquez warms up to the determined Keyara. The problem standing in his way: his girlfriend, Cajua Taylor.

©2019 Endiya Carter (P)2020 Tantor

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Should have listened

I don’t know why I never believe the reviews and have to try a book for myself. This was awful, I couldn’t even finish it. The female narrator was terrible, the sex scenes with her were super terrible. I couldn’t get into this at all. Save your credit and believe the reviews, it’s not worth it

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It Had So Much Potential

I loved the concept of this book just based off the synopsis alone. For those that don’t know me irl I have worked with a group of people with low to no vision for well over 7years at my current employers so I was all in on this reading.

Marquez “Rich” Richardson the handsome, popular football player with a bad boy streak. He has book bae written all over him. Keyara “Key” Henderson the feisty and independent yet sheltered young lady that is new to the school. Who happens to have low vision. You know that she is the one to root for throughout the reading, if for no other reason that she had a slick mouth.

This book had a lot of spicy which I appreciate as I am scorpion by nature. And the growth we see from Marquez was really dope. He was the one I was rooting for before the end of this read.

I did have the audible companions which may have been why I had some issues with dialogue. The narrators - specifically the female did not deliver a great performance to the point where I turned off the reading and just read the book. I still think the dialogue at points felt a bit immature for the characters but the performance I had going in my head helped to save this read for me.

It was unnecessarily confusing that two characters shared a name and there was a lot of repeat explanation of things depending on who we are talking to which was repetitive. For example; As a reader I already know how she lost her vision to have it said to multiple people from the same character felt weird. 🤷🏾‍♀️

I will say that it was a solid concept for a love story that was entertaining which why I am offering 3.5 stars ✨ for the story but the audible 2.5 stars ✨ just because of the female narrator.
I do have another read from the author so I plan on diving into that one soon.

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narrator ruined it

I like Endiya Carter but the narrator ruin this book for me. It was cringe worthy. I would have rather purchased the book for kindle and just read it myself.

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WOW!!

AMAZING LOVE STORY!!! Keyara and Rich is the definition of opposites attract. It was even more refreshing that she had a disability but she didn’t let it stop her! This is my first audible by this author and I can’t wait to hear more. I would listen to this story again!!

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Great story annoying female narrator

The female narrator does the annoying wining baby voice like you would expect someone who is trying to channel being a sugar baby to a dirty old man. Despite all that the book was good. The male narrator was good.

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Amazing!!!

Please read! It’s so so good! I love this so much! It’s great from beginning to ending!!

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Great book…Horrible Narration

This is the second book that I’ve listened to by Endiya Carter and I’ve fallen in love with them. Storyline is wonderful but BOTH narrators shouldn’t be allowed to read a box of cereal. The storyline was good enough for me to struggle through their reading.

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Great Book

This book had me rolling in laughter! Some of the scenes were hilarious! I loved the HEA and the narration was great! I would listen to another book from this author.

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Great book

Loveeeeddddd it! This was a beautiful love story! I was so happy with the ending!

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Connected To You

Connected To Love is a beautiful love story and the narrators Leon Nixon and Machelie Williams are talentative together in captivating the audience with the excitement to listen! Awesome 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars audible book! IJS RealtalkHelene!