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Noah, Bryce, Lucas, and I grew up together, and while I was forever just one of the boys, I never had a problem with it. I never saw them as anything more than my best friends...until one dry spell stretched for way too long. That was when I started to learn how they really felt. There was just one problem...how was I supposed to choose between the three of them?

I felt something for all three of my boys, and I had to find an answer that made everyone happy. I couldn't stand to lose one of them in favor of another. Luckily, as things fell into place, I quickly learned that I didn’t need to choose between them.

©2019 Alyssa Clark, Scarlet Lantern Publishing (P)2020 Alyssa Clark, Scarlet Lantern Publishing

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I made it until the last 30 min

Ok... so I LOVE contemporary RH. Not that I don’t love paranormal, but it’s really hard to find books out there where they aren’t in some magical land learning new abilities. So I was excited to try this one out. It wasn’t action packed, the whole book is basically dialogue and some flashbacks. I did like how the author established their relationship. Overall, I stayed interested until I just HAD to stop and sorry if I sound mad going forward, I am because I didn’t finish.

**SPOILERS POSSIBLE GOING FORWARD**

Here are my problems:

1) How old is Frankie? For f’s sake.... when she gets cut off from “Momma”, she has to get told that if you don’t pay your bills on time she gets a late fee??? The author implies that they are all almost 30. Even Bryce who’s supposedly all spoiled and not grown up yet can manage to do things on his own. It’s like the author couldn’t decide if she wanted Frankie to be strong and independent or if she needed rescuing by the guys.

2) Frankie’s Reactions to what people said weren’t clear and consistent. Let me explain, sometimes on if the boys would say something totally benign and then she would get all angry and then they would dig themselves deeper into the hole which should have made her MORE angry but she doesn’t, she understands? The boys personalities were consistent, Frankie was all over the place.

And finally why I stopped listening:

3) Lucas and Frankie’s one on one scene. I totally understand why Lucas didn’t boink her after the run in with momma... but I’ve been in a relationship where I would take the step to instigate sex and get repeatedly turned down. It’s a freaking power play by the man and it made me so angry to watch Lucas do that to her. The constant pulling away, pulling back from a kiss until HE’s ready, pushing her away, telling her “well maybe we shouldn’t keep this up”. It’s like the author wanted him to be the broken one that needed to be sure this would last but she didn’t get around to illustrating that and just made him look like a jerk by basically forcing her to beg. Even when they FINALLY started to get going, he pulled back with the teasing. And the worst part is after he did it, he literally commented about it like “let’s analyze why I’m doing this or at least let me explain it”.... I got mad. Like REALLY mad. It’s a way that a partner can manipulate the other one in the relationship. I personally experienced it for a year before I got out and it took me YEARS...like 15 YEARS to finally be comfortable with instigating sex. I was that afraid of rejection....

Also, who the hell still calls her mom “momma” when you’re 30?

Don’t bother with this story. Frankie was more mature in the flashbacks than she is while becoming a DOCTOR.

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Good book to pass the time

This is a nice book to pass the time but it didn't have a lot of drama in it.

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cliff Hanger

Hope there is follow ups of this book to see where things go with them

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Her Men

Bryce and Noah’s mom’s are gems.
Frankie meets Bryce,Lucas, and Noah when she was twelve years old they became her bestfriends. As adults the friendship is stronger than ever but the boys feelings have evolved. A jealous roommate and a overbearing mother stand in the way of Frankie and her boys.

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Struggled with this ...

This is my first Ingrid Mey audio narration. She does have a nice voice and I did appreciate her effort to give each character their own sound. I just didn’t always like the pitch she used or the fact that it wasn’t always consistent. I got confused about who was saying what from time to time. But I’ve gotten spoiled with dual seem-less narration so I will be looking into Ingrid Mey’s other works.

As for the book itself ... I liked the concept a lot and I liked the speed at which they went from friendship to relationship. It was the dialogue that really made me cringe or roll my eyes. The way in which “I’ve waited this long ...” was used and the frequency was a irritant. This and a few others took a scene from warm or heartfelt to casual or crass. I realize that some of the dialogue was used to emphasize their long term friendship full of familiarity. But a few times I wanted to slap the boys up side the head for how they referred to her or their chance at her or their turn. I didn’t dislike the book but did feel it needed a bit more refinement.

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My Boys

Absolutely fantastic and wonderful audiobook. Loved it and highly recommend this audiobook. Narrator did a fantastic job also.

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Good Story

I liked this story. It's a sweet story. Frankie has always just been one of the boys until she begins to wonder if there could be something more there. The guys are all so sweet. They will do anything to not only have her friendship but her heart. the story kept my attention throughout. I wish we could have a little more about where things really ended up in the future. I thought the narrator did a good job and was consistent.

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I absolutely loved this book, until...

This book was great until the ending. Ugh, what a let down. Sure it ended with happiness, but so much more could have been said. If there isn't a book 2, that would be extremely disappointing. I liked how the author had current and past times, it really showed their lives together since they were kids. The narrator was great, she was able to have voices for each character and enough distinction that I didn't have to wonder who's voice she was reading.

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great story

I really enjoyed this audiobook. The narrator did a good job and was able to keep it entertaining. The storyline in good. I would definitely recommend this book.

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I liked where it was headed but lost steam

Audiobook review - this is a childhood group of friends turned lovers. The first half of the book was filled with flashbacks to childhood with the four and general growing up. It was enjoyable and I really wanted them all together but about 3/4 of the way through, the book took a weird turn away from the childhood and adult friendships and became a bit of a wet blanket. The heroine became a whiny NA and the relationships for this foursome never really felt solidified for me. It's as if the author just kinda gave up. I now see there are more books in the series, so I hope they picked up but for me, book 1 was enough to just give up for now.

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Awesome friendships

A great story about amazing friendships. I love the characters and how they fit together. This was a little different scenario than I have listen to with the RH but I enjoyed it. There is a HEA but I would enjoy a sequel for sure. The narrator did a pretty good job considering there were more male voices than female. There were some technical issues with the recording but nothing to turn me off from continuing to listen. I recommend this book.

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