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The man I hate lives next door.

He must have just moved in, even though I never saw the moving truck. He's just as arrogant as I remember, mowing the lawn without a shirt and grinning like an idiot. When he catches me staring at him through the window, he winks. So cocky. He flirts with me like he never broke my heart.

And then he tells me something that I just can't believe. We're married.

©2017 E. L. Todd (P)2017 E. L. Todd

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Can you say "50 First Dates"

I received this audiobook free for an honest review. When I first started listening to this story, I thought the author was repeating herself. Then I realized this book is very similar to the movie "50 First Dates". I can't imagine the redundancy Cypress and Bree's friends went through, plus the hurt Bree went through over and over again. Overall the only disappointment I had was that I couldn't buy the next book, yet, to find out how this story continues. There are really two love stories in one. The two narrators did a great job with the characters. I enjoyed this book enough to buy the next one, when it comes out.

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great book

I had a hard time the first couple chapters understanding what was going on. Once I understood it turned out to be a great book. The narrator's were fantastic, they had many characters to differentiate between.

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Five Enthusiastic Stars For This Awesome Romance!

Bree thought she'd found her soulmate, but instead found heartache when she walked in on her boyfriend Cypress with another woman. A year later Bree thinks she's finally moved on, but then Cypress walks out of the house next door and announces that he's her new neighbor.

I don't want to spoil the story for anyone, so I won't go any further. I just have to say I 100% recommend this one. If you don't like reading books about cheating partners and believe 'once a cheater, always a cheater', I'd steer clear of this book. If you believe that people can change and redeem themselves, you're going to love this one. I've always been a member of the first group, but this author converted me! The stark difference between how Bree and Amelia view Cypress shows just how much he's changed.

I think Bree and Cypress have potential to be great together, based on some of their good days. I loved how the author made each morning different, and it never seemed repetitive. I'm really looking forward to the rest of the series!

Although Bree and Cypress do spend a lot of the book arguing, Lia Langola brought a vulnerability into Bree's voice that made her likable. I think if I had read this book, I might have been irritated with Bree rehashing the same mistake. But the narrator's voice made me remember her heartache. I loved her voice for Bree and Cypress, and her narration pulled me into the story. I requested a copy of the audiobook, and I'm voluntarily leaving a review.

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I need the rest

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I need the others. The narration was very good, this story reminds me of the movie 50 First Dates but better because there are some memories coming back to Bree, she remembers her friend and is reestablishing a relationship with them and trying to be friends with the husband she didn't know she had or why she would marry him after their breakup. Cypress is patient and willing to take whatever Bree will give him, even if it is a hookup. He has become friends with all the people who hated him including Bree's sister Amy and is very protective of Amy.

My only disappointment was that I cannot continue the story of Bree and Cypress or Amy and Ace because it doesn't look like the series is complete. I don't usually listen to books that are not in a complete series because of this very reason I need more so that I can be disappointed that the story has ended. For me it has only just begun. I am looking forward to the rest of the series which I hope is coming soon. You'll enjoy this book and the narration.

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NOOOOOOO!

NOOOOOO! that's what I said out loud at the end of the book! it was great! it reminded me of fifty first dates. one of my favorite movies. but it has a devilish spin on it. I loved it and I didn't want it to end! it was so great, the writing, the characters, the narrating were​ all fantastic! I would totally recommend it to everyone over the age of 18!

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My Two Pennies

Lia Langola and Michael Ferraiuolo are a great duo for this story, I loved hearing the passion behind it all. You feel what the characters are feeling so intensely and that only happens when the narrators pour their heart into their work. This story reminds me of the movie 50 First Dates the difference is that I actually enjoyed this book and the storyline. Bree & Cypress had me up and down constantly emotionally when it came to their relationship. Unforeseen circumstance happened to Bree and yes Cypress had done something that is just undeniably wrong but he owned up to it and has proven himself over and over again that he is sorry. There are moments where I’m so frustratingly mad at Bree but need to remember that if I were in her place I’d probably have the same reaction. I’m totally #TeamCyrpess within the first few chapters and remain there throughout the story. I literally had my jaw dropping and even said a “WHAT?!” out loud multiple times in this book. I’m curious as to what happens next for everyone because there’s so much more then just Bree & Cypress’s story going on. This is my unbiased and voluntary review.

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A story of loyalty, love and perseverance

This is a story I really enjoyed. It comes with a big plot twist I wasn't expecting which made the attitude I felt towards a few of the characters completely flip and am now rooting for. This is a symphony of emotions where the characters ebb and flow like the tide of their surroundings, but what remains is loyalty, devotion, friendship and love. Part 1 ends with hope and I want to find out in the next audio how the paths of the 5 friends and partners will turn out.

I enjoyed Lia as a narrator. The voices were clean and distinct, although I wish there was a tiny bit more of a difference between the sisters as I didn't remember who's point of view was being addressed a couple of times. Editing was clean and the sound was even which was nice not having to adjust volume between chapters. I did have an issue with Michael's narration. He only did two chapters and found it odd that for a sideline character in this 1st book that he had his own narrator for his point of view. Akso, because the majority of the book was narrated by Lia, I already had the male characters persons in my head, and when he read, it threw me out of the story. I kept picturing slurry Sylvester Stallone in a robe. His voice was too deep for the characters; especially for Cyrus.

All in all, I'm looking forward to book 2!

Note: I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

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great story!!!

love this author, but this book started out very similar to 50 first dates. Not usually very fond of books in a series, but I am very anxious to get to book 2!!! love the narrators voices

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Michael &Lia narrating, U know its gonna be great!

well this was heartbreakingly good! E.L. Todd gut punches you right from the beginning and trust me you can't just let it go.why? because you can't. this story was sooo good. I love it! it drew alot of feelings from me. Narration: Perfect. thats it. that's the outcome when you have Lia and Michael. These 2 narrators are always so refreshing to listening to for me because even though they are my favorites the books I listen to that they narrate are always so different. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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400 first kisses review

Holy hot lord!!! What a hot and sexy story!!!!

Talk about a bad marriage, try not
being able to remember it. That's what happened when Bree had an accident and hits her head completely forgetting the fact the she's married to her ex Cypress.
I loved this book and can't wait to start the next book in the series. Hopefully it'll be Ace and Amelia's story!!!

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