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Perfect Partners

Narrated by: Melissa Sternenberg
Length: 7 hrs and 52 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
4.5 out of 5 stars (82 ratings)

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Sara Wright knows better than to fall for a cop.

For Sara, an elite police dog trainer for the federal government, attractive women in uniform are an occupational hazard. But she gave her heart to a coworker once before, and the battle scars from that failed relationship are still fresh. She dodges every chance at romance with the officers she trains, focusing her energy on turning out the finest handler-canine teams in the country. But when annoyingly perky, unfairly sexy Isabel Marquez arrives at Homeland Security’s Northeast Regional Training facility brimming with excitement and a surprising desire to succeed, Sara's good intentions start to falter. She can’t help being drawn to Isabel's enthusiasm, and, okay, her long dark hair and brilliant smile don’t hurt, either. Keeping their contact limited to friendship is harder than she thought. When it comes to enforcing her own rules of the heart, Sara might need to break a few for a chance at forever.

©2019 Maggie Cummings (P)2019 Bold Strokes Books Inc.

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great listen

Dogs, romance, solid writing, and a great narrator. You will want to listen to this book more than once.

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Great Listen

This is a sweet little novel. It has just the right amount of drama and love. Definitely reccomended.

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Great listening

This book was written with love for dogs and love for romance and it develops gradually even if it is relatively fast. Some jealousy kicks the drama forward. Narration is excellent as usual.

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Loved this book

I absolutely loved this book, it was well written. it could have had a few more scenes with Izzy's family or even with Sarah's make shift one. but over all it was a good book. I cant wait to read more from this author.

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Excellent!

I loved Perfect Partners. I love the plot, the setting, the references to 09/11/01, and all the characters. Melissa Sternenberg does a fabulous job with the narration.

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great story

like a ton of romance you could see the direction it was going immediately but it was still a great listen. I enjoyed the conflict and addition of the dog training.

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Mispronunciation galore

Narrator does not know the difference between Wonder and Wander. Drove me crazy. Research on pronunciation is required.

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Romantic, but very long & drawn out.

very romantic with strong erotic overtones. Felt so sorry for Isabel because Sara wouldn't come to terms with severing her feelings for her ex, Nicole. Somewhat frustrating that Sara was so reluctant to jump right in and become Isobel's lover.

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Dull

If I've paid money for a book, I am usually loathe to give up before the end but, almost 5 hours in, I have done just that. Just nothing to grab me; no depth to the principal characters who tend to fall into the tall dark butch and ditzy blonde stereotypes, no plot to speak of other than two people in clichéd scenarios endlessly wondering whether they should go to bed together and so much padding. I don't care if someone is smiling lazily as they lean on a filing cabinet; I want to be engaged by their conflicts and drama. I have no sense that this book was written from either experience or research but it doesn't feel like either. Sorry Ms Cummings, but I think you could do better.