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What would you do if the man you can’t stand tells you how much he loves you? 

Lizbeth has a busy senior year ahead of her, balancing her goals to complete an bring president of her sorority, writing an honors thesis, graduating, and decide her future plans. Love isn’t something she’s even thinking about. That is, until Wil, a new transfer student, pushes every one of her buttons. 

Lizbeth finds Wil to be rude, snobby, and judgmental. Even though she tries to avoid him, he seems to be everywhere, scowling when he sees her in classes and at parties. That is, until his Thanksgiving proclamation of love. It causes Lizbeth to reconsider how she sees the world and Wil. Even though she rejects him, there are still six more months until graduation! How is Lizbeth going to make it through the rest of the school year? How did she miss his true feelings? Will she be able to reconsider her own?

©2018 Sara Marks (P)2018 Sara Marks

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3.5 Stars for the story, the narrative was horrid

I don't think I have ever said anything this objectionable regarding a narrator performance until now. The voice pitch and volume changed from sentence to sentence at times. The audio was garbled or muffled at most times and at others there were echoes. I think the only reason I was able to understand it all was because I was using the Kindle WhisperSync option and I was following along when possible and other times I went back and replayed the audio until I understood it.

Regarding the storyline: This is more of a re-imagined version of P&P than a retelling of the story. Nonetheless, it is still an interesting book.

Even though the characters were supposed to be adults on a college campus, some of attitudes portrayed were at times that of pre-teens and teenagers and not young adults.

I would buy more audiobooks from this author if AND ONLY IF this narrator is not used for those subsequent recordings.