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Not For Sale

Narrated by: Erin Bateman
Length: 10 hrs and 5 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
4 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

One not-so-simple renovation project is about to get dirty....

Nobody knows how flip like Reese, a woman with nothing to prove to her family of real estate kings. When her mother's chronic affliction almost claims her life again, Reese knows that there's only one way to save her family. 

All she needs is a leave of absence from the corporate office in San Francisco and a toolbox full of lesbian stereotypes. 

Has fate finally come to rural Oregon?

Kimberly is a mild-mannered property manager who only wants to do her job and go home to her nosy parents... 

And fall in love, because a woman can only be untouched for so long! 

Reese's unruly and disruptive renovation projects promise to make Kimberly's life hell. Too bad she's enamored with the handywoman from the moment they lock eyes. 

The feeling? Absolutely mutual. 

Life's about to get more interesting - and sensual - in a sleepy Oregonian beach town! 

Includes a short preview of WITH THIS RING

©2018 Barachou Press (P)2018 Barachou Press

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Not Very Interesting

I wasn’t going to write a review for this, but since there aren’t any I figured I might as well.

The story had a few interesting moments. Mostly the scenes with the MCs and their families. The interactions between Kimberly and Reese just hurt to listen to. Seriously, ouch! There were SOOO many awkward moments between them. And not the funny quirky kind of awkwardness.

The story was also kind of boring. I found myself constantly having to rewind because I zoned out. Both of the MCs seemed adolescent and just plain uninteresting. I didn’t really care about them or their (seemingly) forced relationship. I honestly don’t see what they saw in each other. They didn’t have much in common or similar interests, and by the end, I was just ready for the book to be over so I could move on.

The narrator didn’t help the story. IMHO, she may have even taken away from it. Not sure if it was the writing or the narrator that contributed to the juvenile tone of the story but I wasn’t a fan. And her accents were terrible. Some of them weren’t too bad (Kimba’s mom) when she only had to speak a word or 2, but for prolonged monologue it was just bad.

This was the 2nd book I’ve listened to from these coauthors. I enjoyed the first one (Kiss and Tell) and thought that narrator was much better and fitting for the story. I’d probably buy another book from them because I liked that one but I am going to return this one. Hope this helps.

Happy Reading :)

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Not for sale

Readers pitch needed to be a little heavier. Story book tale over done no real surprise.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful