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Love Redesigned

By: Jenny Proctor
Narrated by: Amanda Stribling,Andrew Gibson,Blake Lockheart
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Going home to her twin brother’s house in Charleston with her tail between her legs is the last thing Dani wants to do. But when she walks out on her fashion house dream job, she doesn’t exactly have a choice. Living in New York City is anything but free.

But going back to Charleston...Alex is in Charleston. And facing down her ex? Her ex who just happens to be stepson to her former boss? Even her love for Southern humidity and shrimp and grits can’t make that confrontation worth it. There’s just so much that could go wrong. Even scarier? Dani still hasn’t forgotten that when they were together, everything felt so right.

Despite their reservations, Alex and Dani find plenty of ways to spend time together. (A wedding dress heist? Why not?) As they unravel the real reasons why Alex left New York - and Dani - will they be able to rediscover the happily ever after they always hoped for?

Love Redesigned is a stand-alone, full-length, clean romance with a strong supporting cast and a happily ever after you won’t expect.

©2020 Jenny Proctor (P)2021 Jenny Proctor

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Delightful! I enjoyed the characters a lot!

Calling all you second chance trope lovers, this book is for you!!! I loved it! The fashion and clothing design aspects of it pulled me in. I loved hearing all about it through Dani's eyes and her job. She has always loved designing clothes and has such a great talent for it. It's no wonder that she works at a premier fashion house. But her dream is far from perfect, unfortunately. She keeps hoping she'll be moved up to a higher position which will allow for her to do more creating. But when her dream comes crashing down around her, she's left trying to pick up the pieces.

And of course in her lowest moment, she heads to live with her twin brother. Which you'd think would be a great idea, but unfortunately they don't have the best relationship. And guess who else is there??? If you said her ex-boyfriend and love of her life, you got it! Poor Dani! But I have to say I absolutely loved seeing more from her brother Isaac's side of the story. He doesn't have his own POV but we see it through Alex's POV (the ex).

Alex and Dani have history and boy oh boy, does the fashion industry play into that history. And I have to say that I really loved watching them reconnect and start to figure out what's going on with her boss and Alex's stepdad. Tangled web my friends. Tangled web.

They have a plan to fix Dani's wedding dress problem (no, not her own dress but one she designed and sewed for a friend) and hopefully fix Alex's family problems as well. A heist! Hee Hee! They're pretty clever when they put their heads together and work together. Not to mention they make some great chemistry.

I had fun listening to this one and loved the narrators' accents. I laughed and giggled and gasped and held my breath waiting for it all to unravel. The story was delightful and brought to life even more through the duel narration. Well done!!!

Content: Clean.

Happy Reading!!!

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Cute Clean Rom Com, didn’t care for the narrators

This was the first time I have listened to a rom com audiobook and I liked it but I didn’t love it. I think I personally prefer to read rom coms so I can decide for myself what the characters sound like.

I enjoyed that they have a female reading for Dani and a male reading for Alex.
Their southern accents are really cute. You can hear the southern drawl and still understand clearly what they’re saying.
I think I would’ve liked it better if the voice actors read for their own character throughout the whole book instead of each actor voicing all the characters and switching off chapters. But that’s just my preference.

The story was cute. I think I would’ve enjoyed it more if I hadn’t listened to it and had just read it. The romantic lines felt cheesy when read by a narrator. But I liked the fashion designer twist, I haven’t read a book with that plot line before and thought it was fun.

The family drama was interesting especially since the main characters come from wealthy families. Because their families are wealthy the drama didn’t feel very relatable. I thought it was commendable that Dani wanted to earn her keep and work hard to become a designer based on her merit and not her connections, but if she hadn’t let her pride get in the way she wouldn’t have been under Sasha’s thumb in the first place.

I had a hard time connecting with the characters and couldn’t relate to their challenges. Which could partially be because I listened to it instead of reading it. I always get more out of a book when I read it than when I listen to it.

Overall I thought it was a cute clean rom com, I liked the southern charm and the fashionista aspect, but had a hard time connecting with the characters and didn’t care for the family drama.

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Second chance romance

Dani loves fashion, always has, and her dream job to work/design for LeFranc, came true a couple of years ago. The problem is she's still just the personal assistant to Sasha who keeps telling her she's going to recommend Dani for one of the design teams. Of course Sasha does no such thing, she just keeps using Dani's awesome design skills and passes them off as her own ideas.

While on a coffee run for her boss from he££ she hears the soft southern drawl of a voice from the past, the voice of the man she'd dated for a year, the voice of the man she'd fallen in love with, the voice of the man who'd suddenly broke things off and left without an explanation a year ago, the voice of the man who hadn't contacted her in a year (no calls, texts, or emails), it was Alex's voice.

This is isn't just a story about Dani and Alex and her (and us) finding out why he left and didn't contact her. It's also a story about Dani realizing how awesome her twin brother Isaac is, and her developing a relationship with him. Dani was so wrapped up in achieving her dream she didn't know who her brother really was--her relationship with him had become kind of superficial since they'd graduated from high school.

I loved Dani's friends--especially Chase, he was one of my favorite secondary characters. I loved the whole wedding dress mission--it was fun and I was hoping it would have turned out differently, but at least the bad guys got theirs in the end and the good guys get a happily ever after. That's what counts to me. Sasha was a piece of work and I knew when she made a surprise appearance at Dani's apartment no good was going to come of it. What I didn't expect was the truth about Sasha. That was a complete surprise.

I loved Alex, he was such a great guy, but there were a couple of times I wanted to smack him and Dani and say "Talk it out and get your act together!" They were great as a couple, but drove everyone around them crazy while they were deciding if they were going to get back together. One of my favorite parts of the book was Dani and Alex's surprise for Isaac during his Compassion Experiment. It showed how much their sibling relationship had grown.

I love that the author used two narrators since the book is told from Dani and Alex's points of view. If you've never talked to someone from the deep south you may think the narrator for Dani (who is from South Carolina) is overdoing the accent but she isn't. She sounds a lot like a friend who was born and raised in Alabama. I think the narrators helped me really feel how the characters felt as Dani realized how she'd treated Isaac's career choice and how she'd made Alex feel when she didn't listen to his warnings about Sasha.

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Closed Door Rom Com

This was a really great second chance romance and beginning of a new (to me) series by Jenny Proctor.

Alex and Dani were a really sweet couple and I love how they became friends again before the second chance romance happened.

There were a lot of great supporting characters in this story and I especially loved Issac. Seeing the relationship between him and Dani get better was beautiful.

I didn't necessarily love the ending... and I'm not sure how to say why without a spoiler. It just didn't resolve the conflict in quite the way I was hoping for.

Things to know about content: I would call it squeaky clean with only a couple of minor swear words and mild kissing.

The narration was well done. Sometimes the accents felt like they came and went a little but the actual voices were pleasant to listen to.

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Fun!

This was such a fun book! Both Dani and Alex made mistakes they had to fix, but when they came together? Watch out! Some truly messed up people and some wonderfully marvelous ones. lol

I listened to the audiobook. The female narrator took a little getting used to, but the male narrator(s) rocked it!

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Love a Second Chance Romance

I am a huge sucker for second chance romances. It's like enemies-to-lovers but with a more sordid history. There's the same kind of tension, angst, and discovery of each other.
This gave me all those love-to-hate-to-love feelings. It hit me in the perfect mood after a few books that made me cry (I love-to-hate-to-love to cathartic cry).
Dani and Alex reconnect after a year of separation, inevitably since Alex works for Dani's brother. The (re)meet-cute is just what I want with this trope. There's a little bit of work drama and adventures between busy New York and the charm of Charleston. It was nice to feel like I was able to revisit both for a short time.
I am so happy to have been able to listen to this on audio. The narrators were a perfect fit for the tone of Jenny's writing. I love a good narrator duo for dual POV!
Thank you to the author for the alc. All thoughts in this review are my own.

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Such a fun story!

I enjoyed this sweet Romcom! A second chance romance that takes you on a journey of siscovering what matters most. The narrators did a fantastic job!

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Second chance love story

This is not a new idea but is a completely new story. I loved the happy ending. Not quite what I expected to have happen. Which is good that the ending wasn’t predictable. I loved Alex. He was a fun character once I understood his reasoning for leaving Dani in the beginning. Dani was driven and a bit naive but she is lovable. I like her tenacity.

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A sweeter, southern version of Devil Wears Prada

Are you a “Devil Wears Prada” fan? Do you enjoy design shoes like Project Runway? If so, this rom-com is just for you!

Dani is a South Carolina transplant living in New York working as an assistant to one of the top designers at LeFanc. But Sasha isn’t as she appears (like Merl Streep in Devil Wears Prada). All Dani wants is to be a fashion designer.

Alex runs into Dani at the local coffee shop, a year after their break up, and the “run in” was shocking. More shocking was his connection to her twin, Isaac and his YouTube business.

Things start to spiral out of control when her boss discovers Dani’s excellent talent for wedding gown designs. For more, you’ll need to grab your copy of Love Redesigned!

All thoughts and opinions are mine. Thank you Jenny Proctor for the audiobook copy of the book!

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Fantastic!

This story is so fun! I adored the characters and how real their personalities, flaws, and qualities were. I loved the settings—now I’m dying to visit Charleston! An adorable love story. Sexy but still clean and sweet. Kept me on my toes and had an unexpected but satisfying ending!! The readers for Dani and Alex were also amazing with their light southern accents. Alex’s voice is particularly melty! Highly recommend for fans of clean romance.

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Southern accents were on point!

I'm so glad I waited till the right mood for this story! I had previously picked it up, but I don't know if it was my second hand embarrassment, my having (kinda) recently listened to another audiobook with a Dani as its main character too, or if I just wasn't feeling it, but I decided to pause it mid-chapter and let a bit of time pass. The result was I definitely appreciated the story more, and got completely invested in it the second time around!

I loved how "mature" it all was in that Dani definitely has unresolved issues with Alex (her ex) thanks to his ghosting her, while also having much longer-standing issues with her twin brother Isaac, at the beginning of the book and they don't get resolved in one simple conversation (as is the case with other stories). In Love Redesigned we clearly see that relationships of any kind take time, effort, and lots of communication. I loved that we got both Dani and Alex's POVs, since it gave the reader a glimpse into their pasts, a much broader understanding of the situation, and made it harder to simply take one of their sides. I loved watching Dani's character growth throughout the book (taking responsibility for the actions she'd made in the past) as well as Alex's realizing and learning from his mistakes. Granted, while I'm not a fan of gay characters in the books I read, Chase and Darius (married couple) proved to be great friends to Dani, as well as Paige and, eventually, Isaac. Also, while I didn't expect the ending to happen the way it did (especially with the wedding heist), I guess, in retrospect, it fits the "mature" theme I mentioned before (don't worry, it's an "all's well that ends well", and "love conquers all in the end" kind of HEA).

Part of the reason why I'm glad I took a second chance on this book is thanks to the narrators. Yes, Dani's took me a couple of her chapters to get used to, whereas Alex's had me hooked from the moment he said "Chapter 2", but both their Southern accents were perfect and definitely brought the book to life. All the different character impersonations were on point, and they nailed the nuances, be it eagerness, confusion, anger, hopefulness and everything in between, along with voices getting hoarser, whispers, etc.

Overall, a pretty great first-in-series by Jenny Proctor that guarantees the laughs as well as the swoony moments (those sizzling sweet kisses were on point), and has me looking forward to the next book in the series. ~ 4.5 stars

Content: language: 1 "da**it"