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Publisher's Summary

White-hot, blinding, and dangerous.

That's exactly what Volt is.

He's electric.

The first time I met him, my body reacted. It coiled, sizzled, and sparked. I knew I wanted him because he was the first man to make me feel dead and alive at the exact same time.

But within a short conversation, I knew he was unattainable.

Unavailable.

Now we're just friends.

But will we stay friends?

©2016 E. L. Todd (P)2016 E. L. Todd

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Charge

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The attraction between Volt and Taylor is evident and the story hooks you and reels you in till the end, you find yourself second guessing the story line as you work your way through the book to be surprised that it wasn't round the corner, frustrating at times and left wide open for the next book.

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fabulous!

I loved this book. I love the characters and the instant connection I felt to them. I loved the writing and the story. the narration was fabulous. the only thing that I can think of that could easily be improved, is the scene breaks, there should be a longer pause so you know there is a scene break. I found myself backing it up and wondering what I missed a few times. it just jumped to another scene. I can't wait to get to the next book spark.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Love

I'm so glad I was able to get the chance to listen to Charge. if I never would have listened to Charge I never would have met Volt or listened to Michael Ferraiuolo! Lia Langola never disappoints me. she definitely a narrator I'll gladly listen to if I'm.ever searching for a book. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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3.5~~~

If you're looking for an enjoyable easy listen then you will like Charge. It's the first in a series, I wouldn't say cliffhanger ending but things definitely need to be sorted between the main characters. It's a friends to lovers story that really has potential to be great, but I felt there was not enough for this book to hold weight on it's own. The two main characters decide to only be friends since they are both looking for different things. At the beginning I did feel that spark between them but since most of the book they are exploring other relationships it sort of fizzled. I needed more of that "charge" I was expecting based on the blurb. With that said I did enjoy the story and both narrators were really good. They both gave each character their own voice. I would listen to more books narrated by both.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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you have to wait and buy another book

It seems to me that the author paded this book with the same kinds of thoughts of you I think I like her, but I can't commit to a relationship now, what am I going to do too many times so that there would be another book to but. the story wasn't that compelling that I would want to buy whatever is next in this series .It could've have all been resolved in one book in my humble opinion

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What?

Great book. absolutely loved the narrators. His voice was sexy as hell. book was amazing and now I have to get the second one. I'm just waiting for Taxes to find out that her very best girlfriend is the ex of her very best guy friend Volt. it's going to happen.

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Great listen.

At first was a little confusing of when things happened. But after that I was hooked

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FEMALE NARRATOR RUINED THIS SERIES FOR ME

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I must finish the series but I won't post a review for all four books. This story could have been really good but the female narrator was not good at all. It is a struggle getting through at times. I have heard worst but not with a book that I really wanted to love. Male narrator was the only reason I was able to push through. Give it a try maybe I'm being dramatic and you may enjoy her over the top robotic narration.

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  • 10-31-16

Sweet and Sexy

I feel like this is more of a serial than a series as it's not so much a cliffhanger as it just ends and picks up in book 2.

Taylor is a new teacher that is extremely pragmatic, logical and... not unemotional, but very rational. Volt is a man who has been hurt and buries it deep, never letting anyone see. This makes them electric friends. Instantly clicking but Taylor has no desire to be a one night stand and Volt has no desire for a relationship, so they friend zone each other from the start... and it works. Until it doesn't.

I loved this story. I fell in love with Volt and can relate to Taylor. There is a sub plot that runs along side with a struggling kid and I am dying to find out what comes of that. I just really enjoyed it and the hours flew by as I listened.

The narration was fantastic. Lia Langola was the perfect choice for a character with this personality as her voice is steady and assured. I felt Michael did a great job, I only wished his voice had a little bit more of that alpha male quality that I can imagine Volt's voice having. But it wasn't distracting and I still loved it all the same.

Definitely credit worthy, just be prepared to spend quite a few credits on one serial.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful