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Traditions are important. Especially in the South. College football. Rivalries. Tailgating. Halftime shows. Some things just don’t change. Until Reese Holland shows up with her long legs and no-bullshit attitude to audition for the prestigious all-male Rodner University snare line. It doesn’t matter how much hazing she has to endure from Laird Bronson, with his narrowed green eyes and arrogant smirk. She wants that damn spot, and she’s more than good enough to earn it. She expects there to be tension. Even friction. But not sparks hot enough to burn the entire campus down.

©2017 Stacy Kestwick (P)2017 Stacy Kestwick

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She’s fighting to be on the drum line, he’s fighting for her!

I was really captivated by this audiobook story'! The characters were complex and their romance was mesmerizing. Reese is a girl who is trying to win a place as the first woman playing on the college drum line which has historically been an all male domain. She has a lot of work to do to prove she’s good enough to deserve it. The captain of the drum line, Laird, is immediately attracted to her in a big way, while the second in command has it out to ruin her chances. This story was a great college age romance, with complications from family dynamics as well. The relationship that developed between Reese and Laird is a hot and complicated one. I loved the ending and the dynamics of the members of the drum line team. Narration was just excellent as well. I give this 5 Stars all around as great entertainment.

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Surprised me in the Best Way!

When I read the description for Drumline, I knew it would be the perfect book to introduce me to the world of audiobook romance reads. The premise was fun and unique and I knew there would be fantastic tension between the leads. I couldn't wait to start it!

The plot for this story really surprised me in a great way. I thought most of this novel would be about Reese fighting for her spot on the team while fighting her attraction to Laird. But it has a much deeper and more heartfelt storyline than I anticipated; especially in the second half of the novel. The first half of the novel focuses mostly on the tryouts for the team and the chemistry that is constantly brewing between Reese and Laird. But the second half of the novel is really where these characters shine and the great development of the romance and the characters take place.

This was a fantastic choice for my first romance audiobook! The narration by Tracey Marks and Stephen Dexter was great. I loved the accents each character had; that definitely brought the setting of Alabama to life for me as well as reminding me that Reese wasn't from there. And they definitely captured the chemistry these two had in every scene. I thought they did a great job! I mean, they made me cry which is always a good thing when it comes to performance!

**I received an ARC of this book and this is my voluntary review.**

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A fun to listen to NA read!

Drumline is Stacy Kestwick’s debut novel, and I’ve been wanting to read it since it’s release. I love NA books and I thought it would be interesting to read a drumline book opposed to the normal football, hockey etc.

Reese Holland is a college freshman AND the only girl trying out for the elusive Drumline. There has never been a girl to make this spot, but Reese is determined to be the first. She is an independent and sometimes stubborn heroine, but I loved her for it!

Laird Bronson is a senior and captain of the line. He’s taken with Reese from the first moment he meets her, but there are a lot of complications there. Dating Reese could cause some tension with the line, and Reese doesn’t want any exceptions being made for her. She’s not that type. It’s a struggle for these two to find their way, even though they are pretty perfect together!

I listened to the audio book of Drumline and I really enjoyed the narration. Both Stephen Dexter and Tracy Marks did an excellent job. The quality of the audio book was good, and it was a fun experience listening. I think some books are meant to be ‘read’ and others translate better into audio- I feel like this book fell into the later category. It was fun to listen to!

Drumline was sexy and had just enough angst to keep me hooked! It was typical NA in a lot of ways, but I loved that it was a bit different than your normal sports romances. It was an easy to listen to story that was fast paced and fun!

*Audiobook provided by Audiobookworm Promotions.*

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Such a great story!

I really enjoyed this story. Stephen Dexter really brought Laird to life. I just loved the southern drawl and the love scenes were HOT! It took me a little while to get used to Tracy Marx’s narration. She was a little choppy and a little breathy but after a while I really didn’t notice it. All in all this is a great story and worth the listen.

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  • ZOE R
  • 01-17-18

Drumline

Where does Drumline rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I like the story line and loved the fact that this turns out to be about a girl who is determined to make her way onto the Drumline at her College. The story is unique The narration is very good.