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Publisher's Summary

It was supposed to be just a one-night stand.

After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, 25-year-old Jill Corrigan takes herself off the romantic market. Not wanting to become a burden to a potential partner, she focuses on her career as an actress instead. 

On the set of a disaster movie, she meets stunt woman Kristine “Crash” Patterson, whose easy smile instantly makes Jill wish things were different. Meanwhile, Crash is trained to fall, but she didn’t count on falling in love. 

Despite their growing feelings for each other, Jill resolves to let Crash into her bed, but not her heart.

As they start to play with fire on and off camera, will they really be able to keep things just physical?

©2015 Jae (P)2020 Ylva Publishing

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Save me from this narrator!

I have dealt with a number of narrators that I just had to tolerate in order to finish a book.... However, I have never ssuccumbed to such levels of anger and reresentment toward a narrator, as I did this one, for literally RUINING an otherwise good story.

As a professional with MS, I was very invested in a story unveiling some of the fears and stuggles of trying to succeed in life when an invisible monster keeps gunning for you. So, the narration literally offended me because I knew it was going to greatly impact others being able to even finish the book.

Aaargh.... Jae, what were you thinking approving this type of depiction by the narrator of your characters?? I was planning to purchase the previous book, Damage Control, but see it's the same narrator... Aaarghh... Sigh

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Narrator is meh

Definitely not my favorite narrator. Hard to differentiate who was speaking and the inflections were pretty bad. I’ve listened to most books by Jae but this narrator is enough to not make me listen to any done by her. The book is probably better read rather than listened to.

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This book is under rated!

I am so very happy I made my decision to purchase this book based on my confidence in the authors consistency in writing a good story. The reviews on Audible were underwhelming and downright insulting to the narrator! But let me assure you, this book was worth it! Jae AND Abigail Rakocy both put out a fantastic product! The storyline was great and another piece in the puzzle of the series and Rakocy did not deserve the nasty comments. This is a great listen and well worth the time and money!

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Great book

The book was amazing and written beautifully. The narrator needs SERIOUS help. There was no emotion and it was very monotone and her rhythm was very insincere.

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Excellent!

I loved Just Physical. I had already read the book. But loved the audiobook. Great series.

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jill and crash storry

story of jill introduced in book 2 and her strugles apcepting herself and help with lifelong ilness with alot of unknows

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Stunt Woman

I'm so so so in love with all The Hollywood lady characters. Jae is one fantastic writer. She knocked this series out of the park. Thank you...

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Excellent story, narrator not so much

I really enjoyed this book by Jae. I have read it myself a couple of times and I thought I would try the audible. Unfortunately I didn't love the narrator. However, I was able to finish and that's a testament to Jae's talent. So I highly recommend this book in print and audible (but listen to the sample first)

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Story good narrator not for me

I enjoyed the story, but not the narration. Voices were too similar and I just didn’t like the voice it was distracting enough to take away from the story. I had the same problem with the book Falling Hard. Don’t think I will be able to tolerate Damage Control I will just have to read it. Please switch up narrator.

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Hollywood romance with a dose of seriousness…

Actress Jill Corrigan was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and fearing the deterioration she might face, decides romance is permanently off the table for her. This is a Hollywood romance between Jill and a stuntwoman named Kristine aka “Crash”, but it also gave informative background on MS and some of the symptoms those living with MS deal with.
As the title suggests, Jill wants her relationship with Crash to be “just physical” with no strings attached and certainly no long-term promises. This was definitely much more steamy than you usually see in a book by Jae but you won’t hear any complaints from me. I thought it was awesome.

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  • 08-05-20

Disappointed

If you're considering this as your first book by Jae choose any other title as this may well put you off her writing which would be a shame as her other books are very enjoyable.

I just couldn't get into the characters at all and thought the story line was weak compared to her other audio books.

It also sometimes took a few seconds to work out which character was talking as the narration wasn't great.

Honestly can't recommend this book.

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  • Foxy
  • 01-21-22

Love on set

This is the third book in the series and it’s Jill and Crash's story.
Jill has been an important character in this series, what I like is the other characters are still in this book e.g Grace & Lauren.
Jill is an actress and is struggling with coming to terms with her MS diagnosis.
She is struggling to get any acting jobs because people are reluctant to give her a chance because of the MS and also coming out to the public as lesbian has not help her either.
But she gets a role in Lauren’s new film and that’s where she meets Crash who is her stunt double.
Jill and Crash have good chemistry, but Jill is reluctant to let anyone love her because of the MS as she doesn’t know what the future will hold with it.
To be honest the story was a bit to close to what I am going through, in one way it made me feel like I’m not the only one struggling, but in another way made me feel down because this is what I’m going through everyday.
Narration was excellent as always.