Misadventures on the Rebound

Misadventures, Book 16
Narrated by: John Lane, Lauren Rowe
Series: Misadventures Series, Book 16
Length: 5 hrs and 36 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (94 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

After getting canned from her dream job this morning and played in spectacular fashion by her boyfriend this afternoon, Savannah “Savvy” Valentine is having a truly awful day. Which is why she’s currently drowning her sorrows in whiskey and self-pity in a shabby bar along the route to Las Vegas.

In light of today’s double whammy, Savvy isn’t sure why she’s still heading in the direction of her five-year high school reunion. The only reason she’d wanted to attend the reunion in Vegas in the first place was to show the captain of the football team, the guy who took her virginity and then promptly rejected her, that the captain of the math team grew up to have all enviable hot things: hot body, hot boyfriend, and hot career. Now, the only “hot” thing about Savvy Valentine is her mess.

But when a gorgeous stranger with sandy hair, a leather jacket, and motorcycle helmet walks into the bar, Savvy’s awful day suddenly looks a whole lot brighter. The man is perfection. Sexy and mysterious. And he’s heading to Las Vegas, too.

Can one wild night with a sexy stranger in the middle of nowhere lead a girl to fall desperately and deeply in love in Las Vegas? Savvy Valentine is about to find out.

Misadventures is a romantic series of spicy standalone novels, each written or co-written by some of the best names in romance. The stories are scandalous, refreshing, and, of course, incredibly sexy. They’re the perfect bedside listen, a ‘quick blush’ for the listener who loves a pause-resisting romance.

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Misadventures is a romantic series of spicy standalone novels, each written or co-written by some of the best names in romance. The stories are scandalous, refreshing, and, of course, incredibly sexy. They’re the perfect bedside read, a ‘quick blush’ for the reader who loves a page turning romance.

©2018 Waterhouse Press, LLC. (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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HORRIBLE male narration. The guy sounds like he's holding his breath the entire time and is about to run out of breath in the middle of his sentences.

It really was painful to listen to.

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Lauren Rowe should not narrate her own novels!

Loved the story. The Misadventures series are always fun to read.

Absolutely can not stand the women’s voices on Audible for Lauren Rowe’s books. In order for the book to be enjoyable and realistic, you should have the voices match the age of the characters. Every mans voice is always spot on, but the women’s voice is absolutely terrible!!!! Lauren Rowe reads her own novels and her voice isn’t even close to the “age” of the girl reader! It drives me insane! The characters voice is supposed to be 23-24 years old and the narrators voice sounds like she is 60-65! So irritating! I’m sure you all have enough money to hire a young sounding narrator! The voices DO NOT match up at all! Will no longer listen to Lauren Rows books!

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Great Read

Misadventures on the Rebound (Misadventures, #16) was a great read by Lauren Rowe. Savannah was having a bad that started with her losing her dream job. She winds up in a bar on the way to Las Vegas, drowning her sorrows in whiskey. She isn’t sure why she is still trying to go to her high school reunion. The only reason she wanted to attend was to show off her hot man to the captain of the football team. Savvy feels as though her luck is changing when a sexy biker walks into the bar. Aiden seemed like just the distraction she needed. I enjoyed reading Savvy and Aiden’s story and can’t wait to read more by Lauren Rowe.

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Great hot story

A really different rebound storyline. These two were sizzling the sheets. Loved the writing and narration. Going to have to get more from this author.

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Good Surprise

So this was my first listen from both of the narrators and let me assure you that I wasn't disappointed at all.

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OMy-lanta!!!

I was looking for something to read, it's not easy to find an interesting storyline with enjoyable characters. This one hit the spot! Way to go, Ms. Rowe!

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Way to rebound!

I loved this audiobook, maybe more than reading the book ☺️ but that’s because of the awesome job that both Lauren Rowe and John Lane do on the narrative of this story. I just live the book while listening to them♥️

Savvy is a one smart cookie who had bad luck with men but all that changes when she meets Aiden in the bar on the way to Vegas.

As in all other works of art done by Lauren, this book is caulk full of lol moments, stunning situations and really hot sex.

I always get a handful of sayings when I read/listen to Lauren’s books and this one is no different. Smiles lit up my face with this book, and I cheered both Savvy and Aiden through their experience.

I really want to meet a guy like Aiden when my give-a-shitter is ever broken because for a tatted up musician, prior felon biker dude he sure has a big heart and knows how to treat a gal.

It was so nice that Lauren mentioned characters from another Misadventure book and we had a peek into what those characters were up to, it was an awesome listen as expected from a favourite author of mine.

It blows my mind that I literally hear Lauren and John’s voices when I read any of Lauren’s books now. I really look forward to having both the ebook and audiobook as well.

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My Thoughts on Misadventures on the Rebound

This story took an unexpected direction. But that certainly wasn't a bad thing. I never felt like I knew what way the story was going to go next. I never knew what the characters were going to do or say. All of that made for quite the misadventure story. Lauren Rowe has become an author I can count on to give me a good story and Misadventures on the Rebound was no exception.

Savvy was funny and sassy and passionate. She felt things deeply and sometimes quickly but she was a good person and had some pretty crappy luck with men. She's the kind of character you root for and need to see them get their HEA.

Aiden was a different kind of leading man. His past was unexpected. His present was surprising yet a big factor in this story. He's definitely a loveable main character though. From his very first introduction he's interesting and supportive and he made Savvy feel all the things she should feel.

This was overall a really good new story from a favorite author. And it's a credit to the Misadventures series as it makes me want to read more of them.

The narrators once again did a really good job with this one. I love Lauren Rowe's high energy and the emotion she shows. John Lane did a great accent and that growly tone does it for me every time.