Endorsed

Narrated by: Sam Crowley, Callie Dalton
Series: Signed, Book 2
Length: 5 hrs and 41 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.4 out of 5 stars (292 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

You haven't seen naughty until your panties come off....

My client's younger sister is off-limits. Forbidden.

Getting my first big client signed to the NFL was the second best moment of my life. Escorting his sister back to her hotel was the first. Imagining what she would feel like, look like, taste like - none of it was as good as the real thing.

If her brother found out, it would destroy my career, so I ended things between us.

Eight years later, the girl who got away still owns me. First, I'll make her forgive me, and then I'm going to make her mine.

He's owned my body for far too long. It's been years since he touched me, and my skin still remembers every brush, stroke, and thrust. I want to forget how good it felt. Almost as much as I want to do it again.

We can't finish what we started until I make my confession. I have a secret - one that wasn't mine to keep.

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©2018 Marni Mann (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Give someone life altering news in a text-email? No way!!!

Story gets 3 stars. Performances were spot on, a 5. Overall the average comes to 4 stars. I felt the author missed the mark in this story. ANY life altering news (I’m calling off our engagement, I want to put a hold on the wedding plans, I’m pregnant, I’ve met someone) between adults (and yes, you are an adult at 19), should ALWAYS be given face to face or the very least thru a verbal conversation over the phone. What the H was blaming the h for was entirely on his shoulders. The h tried multiple times via emails and text to tell the H she had to speak to him. You hear that H, the h had to SPEAK to you. A man with any conscience would have made at least one phone call. Yes they both consented to a no strings attached sex-a-thon weekend and then both would walk away, because he was her pro football brothers agent and new in the business. But, his all out tirade when he found out what she needed to tell him 8 years prior was a way over the top reaction. Personally, I never felt that the H took full responsibility for the callous behavior he had towards their brief relationship. I felt the author didn’t develop the hero into a mature male character. Instead the reader got an older version of when we first heard about him. He said he would always feel angry she didn’t get the information to him 8 years previously. Buddy, get a mirror and yell and throw beer bottles at yourself. And by the way, I’ll never stop being angry at you for tossing me to the gutter so I had no recourse but to handle everything on my own because you were too selfish to pick up your phone! And as for the h, when did she loose her spine? Repeatedly saying “I’m sorry” and crying while he has a temper tantrum and lays all the blame at your feet? This is when she could have, should have told him a life changing event needs and deserves verbal contact. That his refusal to answer her pleas is what brought the H and h to the present situation. It’s all on him!

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Good book, great narration!

I am a big fan of Callie Dalton 's narration. I was searching for more audiobooks read by her and found this. The story was an enjoyable sweet romance. The narration by Callie Dalton and Sam Crowley was great!!!

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So sweet

This one was so emotional it was so sweet it took us back 8 years it really was so sweet it's really one of the sweetest books that I've read this is the sweetest book Ms Mann has written! really love this book I think out of the whole series this is going to be the sweetest book still was sexy with even with a A Child even though he had a child mom and dad you're still sexy times you don't let anything get in your way of having the best time of your life !!!

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You’ll enjoy this if you’re into self absorbed idiots; otherwise doing laundry is a better use of time.

I kept listening because I just couldn’t believe that this could be a real plot line. Let’s see the guy can’t resist her, has a one night stand, dumps her for his career and leaves her pregnant. Decided he wants her back 8 years later and she just goes along, finds out she has a kid and GETS PISSED AT HER?!? insist on a paternity test and she says “oh yes of course” what a load of garbage. Especially as we are supposed to view Samantha as a successful mother and business woman? Gaaahhhhh. They both sound like they are 15 no wait I know 15 year olds that show more self respect and respect for others. Well better luck next time with the unknown authors.

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Love this author, but not my favorite of hers.

I found the first half of this story hard to swallow. Difficult to believe. To the point I even laughed a bit. I powered through and was rewarded with lots of feel good moments in the 2nd half...even though I was still having a difficult time believing how everyone got there. 5 stars to Sam Crowley for his superb narration as always, no matter what name he uses.

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Sam Crowley

Overall the story is ok, however , predictable. This is most of the reason I read/listen to these books. Life has enough of the unpredictable. Sam’s voice, even from the sample from Amazon, captivated me. He doesn’t sound like a seducteur. He sounded normal, sexy, and as I was listening to the sample of what would be my next book, I heard his voice and wanted it in my ear. With that being said, Callie was not as appealing and I hated the beginning of chapters that started with her. She eventually pulled me back to the story but I couldn’t wait for “Jack” to speak again. The story line was good, but again, the female character was weak. I do not normally like children in books, however, the author did a good job in bonding the father and daughter relationship.

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Female Narration ruined this story for me

The story, while predictable, was relatively well-written. The female narration was a huge detractor. Enough so that I could not finish the story. Her voice for the h was whiny and nasal, and her voice for the H, was wretched. She spoke super-slow and over-enunciated every word. It was like she was trying to convey that he spoke in this sexy, seductive voice all the time. It was not great. Sam Crowley was awesome, and if he had done both parts, I would have totally finished it. His voice for Samantha was way more attractive than the female narrator's

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Great narration

Love these narrators. The book was great and I loved the storyline. Definitely a must read/listen.

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Enjoyed it

It was a good story overall. There were some things that bugged me, but I liked the way it ended. The narration was great.

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Over Sam taking all the blame

I liked that they rekindled and all that jazz. Enjoyed eighty percent of this story. But so over Jack not acknowledging his part of how he made her feel when he dropped Sam when she was 19 and the things he said to her about how it would hurt his career. I agree why he said that from his professional perspective and he was just starting his career, but ignoring her when she had something important to say was WRONG! And I know Sam has fault in this by keeping it secret, but she is taking on entirely too much blame. As a single mom I am entirely disappointed in this. And fuck her best friend in this story. I don’t care if she’s been there for her. I really disliked her.

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  • 05-14-19

Wow

I just loved this book. The strong emotions. The second chance at love. A love that had never died. This story was brilliant from beginning to end. Narration was awesome.