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From Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling Author Lauren Landish.

Roxy Price

After ten months without a date, I'm eager to go to the hottest new ticket in town, Club Jasmine.

I deserve a night of fun. I've worked hard, and I finally got a promotion. But for one night, I'm going to let loose.

That's when I see him.

The drop-dead gorgeous Jake Stone.

With his godlike physique, pure blue eyes, and chiseled jawline, he might be the hottest guy I've ever laid eyes on. A total heartstopper.

The man's probably a player. Then again, maybe that's what I need - a man who knows what he's got, knows how to use it, and knows how to make me scream to the heavens.

Screw it. You only live once.

But when I go in Monday morning to meet my new boss, I'm greeted by that same irresistible smile.

And Mr. Stone is making it perfectly clear that strictly professional is not in his vocabulary.

Heartstopper is a full-length romance with an HEA, no cheating, and no cliff-hanger!

©2017 Lauren Landish (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Roxie and Jake!

Roxy has put her dream of singing on the backburner to be a responsible adult. She has been working hard at work and it has been noticed and she is being promoted to be the assistant to the new regional president at Franklin Consolidated. It’s been 10 months without a man so to celebrate her promotion she and her bestie Hannah head off to Club Jasmine.

Jake and his partner Nathan open the club and opening night appears to be successful. When he sees Roxy trying to turn down another patron that won’t leave her alone he comes to her rescue and intervenes. Their chemistry is instant and they decide to act on it until fate steps in and their evening ends prematurely.

When Roxy shows up for work the next day she is shocked to see that her new boss is none other than her failed one night stand from the previous evening. Roxy wants to keep their relationship professional however will she be able to deny the Heartstopper?

The narrators were good but at times the male narrator could be distracting. I voluntarily reviewed a Complimentary Copy of this book.

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Very good story

I enjoyed reading about Roxy and see how Mindy and the mother and the group of family and friends life progress. it gives some closure

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  • Amy
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  • 05-23-18

Heartstopper

This is one of those listens where the narrators really influenced my enjoyment of the story - and not really in a good way. I felt like there was no inflection in the female narrator's voice and / or dialogue. Everything sounded pretty monotone with very little distinction between female characters. Plus, there were many instances where I felt like she was. Talking. Like. Every. Word. Had. A. Period. After. It. I could not get on board with this one.

The male narrator did a better job with differentiating between the male characters and even the female characters when it was his turn as the lead. But there were a few times, particularly during the intimate scenes, where I felt like he made every word over the top with crescendos and booming voices. It was almost too much at times.

I think this book is a great example of how certain things (time, place, narrator, etc) can influence whether or not you like a book (movie, television show, etc). I think the narrators made it hard for me to immerse myself within the story of Roxy who meets Jake at a club and discovers the next day that he's her new boss. While trying to be professional in the work place, Roxy and Jake cannot deny the chemistry between them. Jake's club (yep he's co-owner of the club where they met) becomes the place where they don't have to hide. It also becomes the place where Roxy gets to live out her dream of being a singer, a dream she had long given up on after trying for years and just not being able to break out. although I honestly felt like Roxy as a singer was a bit pretentious. Jake surprises Roxy with an impromptu karaoke night at the club and gets Roxy to go onstage and sing. After one song she then proceeds to take up another hour singing, just kinda assumes that it's cool, no one else wanted to karaoke, right? There were other instances like this that kinda made me cringe, such as the descriptions of Roxy dancing on stage. I hate saying this, but every time she mentioned shaking her a** basically turning every performance into an almost striptease, I could very well understand why she had yet to make it as a singer.

While this particular story didn't work for me so well, I've listened to other books by Lauren Landish and I've really enjoyed them. I will definitely still listen to / read more from Lauren Landish.

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Story is ok, Performance is terrible

What didn’t you like about Shannon Gunn and Jae Delane ’s performance?

The sex scenes read by Shannon Gunn were terrible, I shouldn't want to laugh when he's reading them. Jae Delane did a pretty good job, but I've heard a lot better.

Any additional comments?

If better narrators were used, the book would have been alot better.

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Male Narrator Is Over thr Top

The female narrator does a great job but the male narrator is just too over the top. He takes away from the story with his over the top style. Perfect voice for narration but just calm down the intensity. The story seemed ok and enhanced by narration but I just couldn’t overcome the male narrator’s intensity and couldn’t finish the book - I returned it for a refund.

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