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Sweet Talk Audiobook

Sweet Talk

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Everything you've heard about modeling is true, and you haven't heard the half of it.

It's glamorous.

It's sexy.

And yes, the line between work and reality often blurs.

We're not just prototypes of perfection. Models have feelings and desires, too. We may be genetically gifted, but we're still human.

I'm only human. Yes, an extraordinary specimen that earns more in a day than most make in a year, but this eight pack didn't create itself. I spend hours working on this body. The good looks just come natural. *Winks* Thanks, Mom and Dad.

I'm Danny Weston, supermodel.

But one path was traded for another when I chose this career. Ten years later, I would trade my career to have it back. To have her back.

Reese Carmichael is the one woman I would give it all up for, and the only one I can't have. Yet.

©2016 S.L. Scott (P)2017 S.L. Scott

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    Brooklyn 10-20-17
    Brooklyn 10-20-17
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    "**** 4 STARS ****"

    Sweet Talk is one of those lighthearted feel good stories that you’ll instantly fall in love with. Back in college Danny and Reese dated but soon life got in the way of their relationship and things between them ended. Now it’s 10 years later and Danny is surprised to find out he’s signed on to a modeling campaign with the company Reese works for. Not wanting to let her out of his sights again Danny is trying to convince Reese for a second chance. The problem is that being together is currently a breach of contract between her company and him as their hired model. Between the well written characters, their chemistry, a good storyline and a dash of drama you won’t want to put this one down.


    The audio narration of Sweet Talk is done in a Duet style which I personally like. Chapters switch between the hero and heroine’s POV and with this style narration the male narrator does all the male speaking parts and the female narrator does all the female speaking parts, regardless of the current POV. Danny and Reese dated 10 years ago so this story has flashbacks of their relationship throughout. Personally I’m not able to listen to audiobooks straight through in one sitting. I listen to audiobooks throughout the day at work and usually over a couple days with frequent pausing. With this book jumping back and forth so much (flashbacks from 10 years ago to present day) I would sometimes get lost when I started up listening again. If I hadn’t listened for a couple hours or even a couple days when I would start again I wondered if I was listening to a flashback or present day. It would sometimes make it a little confusing figuring out how far they’d progressed in their relationship for a couple minutes. Regardless I thoroughly enjoyed the story and listening to it on audio.


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    Alberta Writer 10-20-17
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    "Boring story, terrible narration"

    I had to put in one star to be able to write a review. If I could have given a minus rating I would have.
    Basically, it's all about sex. The heroine talks about herself as an accomplished professional in her field and comes across as a whiny and needy. The hero, if you can call him that, is shallow and egotistical. The narration is about as interesting as watching paint dry. I would not read, or listen, to another book by this author.

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    ElyLibrarySec 10-20-17 Member Since 2015
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    "Don't Let The Title Fool You"

    I loved how the narration went with this story. Voice actors Ms. Stewart and Mr. Rolon went back and forth in the telling of this story which gives the feeling that they were talking to each other - like we might be eavesdropping in on their conversations. Mr. Rolon had me falling in love with a secondary character named Vinny. He did such a good job with him that I looked forward to those scenes. Ms. Stewart did an equally good job with the female characters especially with Reese. There were times that she had me feeling sorry for her.

    This is a story that gives you an idea of the world of the male model. You think the female model's world is tough. It's the same for the men in the industry. There are times where things can be misunderstood because of what we see at a certain point in time. How do you get past something like that? Because pictures don't lie, right? How can a relationship survive when your special someone is always leaving?

    This is the time of year, here in New England, where yard cleanup is a must. What better way to make the time more "enjoyable" than to listen to a book. I was lucky enough to do that with this one. At times my neighbors must have thought I was crazy. I would react and talk to something that was being said between Reese and Danny. Then Vinny would have me laughing. When Reese's boss shows up, I want to either kick him in the shin or put him in one of my leaf bags that I was filling.

    I can certainly see myself listening to this book more than once. And that's whether I'm doing yard work or not. It made an arduous task go by quickly and it made me laugh. It also had me concentrating on the story and stop thinking about some other things that could bring me down.

    There's another secondary character named Luke that actually has his own story. Check out his story in "Dirty Talk". I actually listened to that one first but I held off on writing my review. I'm glad I did because after listening to this book it has me wanting to see if I look at Luke's story a little differently. I hope you enjoy Reese and Danny's story as much as I did.


    I voluntarily reviewed an Audiobook copy of this book.

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    Liz Thompson Naperville, IL 10-20-17
    Liz Thompson Naperville, IL 10-20-17 Member Since 2014
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    "Tha narration was spot on!"

    The audio of Sweet Talk was perfection. I loved the duo narration. Kylie and Eric were Danny and Reese. I was right back in their lives and loved every moment of it. I laughed and cried. If you have not met Reese and Danny, here is your chance! The narration is spot on!

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    Client d'Amazon 10-19-17
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    "O.M.G, this was nothing but sweat hot!"

    I don't know why but i have something with sexy voices reading dirty lines or funny to me. This book was good and fun and full of sexiness. Know let me go check other model...

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    Danielle A 10-19-17
    Danielle A 10-19-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Great second chance romance"

    I am a sucker for a second chance romance. I really liked Reese and Danny's story. Reese was the love of Danny's life and he was the same for her 10 years ago. Errors on both of their parts caused their breakup. Now Reese is an ad exec and Danny a model. He is the new model in an ad campaign she is working on. I could really see the chemistry between Reese and Danny. Even after all of the years between them as a listener I could still sense the attraction between the two of them. I was so curious to find out why they were apart in the first place. The story offers little flashbacks on their past and how they got to where they are today. I really enjoyed listening to Reese and Danny's story. From the beginning I could tell they were meant to be together but they had so many obstacles, back then and in the present. I felt Reese could have handled the situation better in the past but I see why she did what she did. I can tell it would be hard to be with a model and all that it entails. I really loved Danny. He was not they typical model but maybe that was because he is older or maybe it is because he never stopped loving Reese. I love his relationship with his friend Luke and the advice he would give him. You can tell Danny really is a good guy. Like I say so many obstacles in the present to keep them apart. I think all the conflict in this story was very realistic. I may not know much about a models life but it seemed pretty true to life. This book was humorous at times and very sweet and sexy. I was very satisfied with the ending of this one.

    Narration

    This story is told in a dual POV with chapters as Danny and chapters as Reese but the narration style is duet where Kylie Stewart does all the female characters and main narration in Reese's POV and Eric Rolon does all the male characters and the narration in Danny's POV. I am a fan of this narration style and I think these narrators did a good job with this book. I liked Kylie as Reese. Some of her female voices sounded too close to Reese. There was not a lot of distinction between those characters but I still think she did a good job. Eric was really good as Danny. I liked his narration with the other male characters. This was my first book narrated by these narrators and I would listen to another book narrated by them.

    Overall I really enjoyed this audiobook. I was really invested in this story. This one is a recommended listen from me. 

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    Heather Marie 10-18-17
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    "Sweet talk was very sweet!!!"

    This audio book is unlike anything I have listened to before! The narrators are phenomenal and it all just flows together so well! At the end you find yourself wanting more of the story just so you have a reason to keep listening to the narrators talk!
    As usual the story line from this book is wonderfully written and will pull you into the modeling world to the point where it’s all you think about!

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    Sharon 10-16-17
    Sharon 10-16-17 Member Since 2013
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    "A Sweet Story"

    My normal audio purchase is after I read a book, fall in love with the characters and stories, and move it to my list of books that I will read again. The books that I like to read again, I also look for audio books. Sweet Talk by S.L. Scott I was fortunate to receive a copy of the audio for review. The audiobook is my introductions to Danny Weston and Reese Carmichael.

    Sweet Talk is a second chance romance. Danny and Reese met in college with a plan. They were on the road to marriage when Danny’s modeling career took off. Reese was a young, insecure woman and conflicted when she saw the pictures of Danny with the hot supermodels. She walked away because the hurt was too much. Danny wasn’t a cheater, but he wasn’t honest about his schedule and in town less and less putting a strain on their relationship.

    Fast forward ten years. Reese is responsible for promoting a designer’s men’s line. It is her big break to a promotion she wants badly. Reese knows that Danny is the perfect face for Vinnie’s clothes. What she doesn’t know is how working closely with the man who still holds her heart will impact the job.

    What I like about the story and the audio:
    I love second chances. I know this sounds like a broken record, but I can’t help it. A second chance romance rarely lets me down. The story is well-rounded and gives me a little of everything I like. The characters are more mature (for the most part) the second time around. They laugh, cry, build a little angst, and have some fun and sexy roll-in-the-hay times.

    The narrators do a good job bringing Danny and Reese to life. This is the first audio where the male narrator Eric Rolan and the female narrator Kylie Stewart switched back and forth throughout the book. Eric read all the male parts, and Kylie reads all the female roles regardless of the point of view. I liked that. This narration methodology kept me thinking about the characters, and I stayed in their heads throughout the story.

    The life of a model and the business surrounding them is nicely fleshed out and relayed to the reader. Ms. Scott writes the secondary characters (another draw for me) beautifully. Love Vinnie. He is one of the best over-the-top characters with a heart that I’ve met lately. Luke, Danny’s friend, Becs, and Mark add substance to the story. Keaton is the “bad guy.” It only takes one appearance to hate him enough to be the character I love to hate.

    What doesn’t sit right:
    My major negative about the story itself is that I don’t remember Danny and Reese discussing what made things go wrong in the first place. The reader knows from flashbacks and internal dialogs, but Danny and Reese never discuss why she wasn’t there when Danny came home.

    Secondly, this couple didn’t learn to communicate after all these years. Lack of communication broke them apart in the first place; now ten years later Reese decides she wants to handle her problem alone. The sad thing is it blindsides Danny and catches him off-guard. I hated that they didn’t talk about Reese’s business problem.

    The audio. This is nitpicking but Kylie said envelop (as in the letter wrapping) instead of envelop (to wrap in someone’s arms). It brought me out of the moment a couple of times while my mind adjusted to the actual meaning. It is the same thing with compromise. In the audio it is pronounced as co promise. The first time I had to rewind because it didn’t make sense.

    Anyway, Ms. Scott is a great writer. Sweet Talk works well as a standalone even though there are other books in the series. I’m interested in learning about the other characters. I hope they are audiobooks too. Sweet Talk is a fun story that works nicely as an audiobook. The narrators do a good job bringing the story to life. I will listen again when I need a sweet, easy read while I drive. Ms. Scott has me hooked.

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    Don 10-16-17
    Don 10-16-17 Member Since 2017
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    "So fun! Loved the narrators!"

    We should all be so lucky to have our own Danny! Danny was just so swoonable… so hot! The super model that all teens have posters of in their rooms and above their beds… remember Luke Perry… yeah, you do!! I couldn’t help but picture Perry and Danny as one! Reese is fantastic!! Second chance romances are some of my favorite stories and this one had it all!! It was sexy, super angsty but not over-the-top, and oh so funny!!! I was laughing through this entire book! The banter these two have is perfect! They’ll pull you in with the wit and the banter! You just won’t be able to help yourself!

    Ten years is a long time to reconnect with your college love but chemistry is chemistry and boy, do Reese and Danny have it! I always feel a little indecent listening to the more intimate scenes in a romance. However, Sweet Talk wasn’t too much… yeah, I might have blushed a bit but again, it was acceptable.

    SL Scott told a perfect story. I might have a minor girl crush on Vinnie… that’s acceptable, right? All the characters were just so fun that I can’t wait for more of them! I loved the dual narration with Kylie Stewart and Eric Rolon. They seemed to have worked so well together, their voices just a perfect compliment. The narration was fun and pleasant. There weren’t any distractions on annoying voice characteristics for me. I’d definitely listen to these two tell me another story!

    I received a discounted or free copy of this audio book with the hope that I would leave my Unbiased Opinion. I was not required to leave a review, positive or otherwise, and my opinions are just that... my Opinions.

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    Michelle- A Woman and Her Books 10-16-17
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    "Cute. Angsty. Swoon worthy."

    Cute. Angsty. Swoon worthy.

    I swear I’m not normally the mushy type. This book was everything needed in a second chance romance. Kylie Stewart and Eric Rolon made me swoon over this book couple. It was utter perfection. Not only was this story steamy but the characters had depth. That alone had me feeling like I was there with them both. Absolutely cute in a romance aspect. I can see this even happening in real life, which is sad to think but to know there is a way to comeback from it all fixes my heart.

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