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Trophy Wife Audiobook

Trophy Wife

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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times Best seller Alessandra Torre...

Everyone in Nashville knows Nathan Dumont.

Four years ago, his fiancée disappeared.

Last night, he proposed to me.

I'd wanted to escape my life, the seedy strip club, and the mountain of bills. I had seized the opportunity to live in a mansion, fill my days with country clubs and caviar, my nights with romance and sex.

Maybe I should have done my homework first.

©2017 Select Publishing LLC (P)2017 Select Publishing LLC

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    Daniele 07-19-17
    Daniele 07-19-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Alessandra is a master at combining mystery with a love story."

    I couldn't figure this one out until the secret was revealed and it did not disappoint. I love the mystery and I like how it didn't get dragged out too long. The story progressed at a nice pace. If you like mystery and a love story with a side of steamy hot, mixed in one story- you won't be disappointed with this one.

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful
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    Kriston R. 11-20-17
    Kriston R. 11-20-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Evokes several emotions but glad I stuck it our!"

    So hero is an s.o.b - heroin truly a ho - not that I blame her given her set of circumstances - she’s human after all - I found myself happy then angry then thinking w.t.f!!! Soooo frustrated, which made the next chapter even more anticipated since I cheated (read others reviews because I’m impatient like that) and knew there was a h.e.a. An awesome h.e.a!! Definitely recommend.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    BJ's Reviews 11-15-17 Member Since 2014
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    "4 Wife by Design Stars"


    I gave this audiobook a B for the story and narration at AudioGals.

    Narrated by Will M. Watt and Aria Collins

    I have been a fan of Alessandra Torre’s edgy, dark and twisted romances for some time now, though I hadn’t had a chance to try her earliest works yet. So when I saw that her debut series, The Dumont Diaries, which had originally been released in 5 serial novellas, was being expanded and repackaged into a stand-alone book that would also be available in audio format, I knew I had to listen to it.

    I must admit that while the story definitely held my attention, and contained its fair share of twists and turns, it wasn’t as dark or as edgy and twisted as what I had originally expected given my prior experience with some of Alessandra Torre’s works (note that Ms. Torre has also written other plain vanilla romances, like Hollywood Dirt , so not all her works are of this subgenre). That said, the heat factor on Trophy Wife , for those that enjoy arrogant, alpha-hole styled heroes, is off the charts. Additionally, there is a thread of a romance triangle that will keep you initially guessing what direction the story will take, never mind a suspense angle to the plot that kept me intrigued (though the resolution was ultimately much tamer than what my wild imaginings had initially conjured up along the way, given the mind trickery that I have come to expect from Ms. Torre).

    Candy has definitely hit a hard stretch in life. Originally aspiring to be an interior designer, she presently works as a stripper to make ends meet. Unfortunately those ends don’t even include her father who has come down with a mysterious illness and who is not getting the health care he needs.

    Then everything seems to change when Nathan Dumont and his bodyguard Drew walk into her strip club. The next thing she knows she’s being whisked away to a whole new life and being promised good care for her father. All she needs to do is pretend to be utterly in love with Nathan, marry him, and become his “wife” Candace Dumont. In public, he plays the devoted husband, but in private he subjects her to complete disregard, except when she is servicing his body (which many times he humiliates her by forcing her to do it in public).

    Fortunately, she derives great satisfaction from her personal interactions with Nathan, even if she is left completely bereft of understanding why he treats her at all other times so coldly. She tries to derive answers from Drew, his bodyguard (though she can’t understand why Nathan needs a live-in bodyguard who seems to be constantly watching her). Notwithstanding her attempt to charm and befriend Drew, however, she is left equally clueless as to why Nathan picked her out of all the possibly girls who surely could have filled this role

    Why did Nathan pick Candy, and what does he really want from her? Moreover, under such suspicious circumstances could there ever be a HEA?

    See the full review at AudioGals.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    Jaime Oikle Miami, FL United States 11-15-17
    Jaime Oikle Miami, FL United States 11-15-17 Member Since 2017
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    "4 Wife by Design Stars!"

    I gave this audiobook a B for the story and narration at AudioGals.

    Narrated by Will M. Watt and Aria Collins

    I have been a fan of Alessandra Torre’s edgy, dark and twisted romances for some time now, though I hadn’t had a chance to try her earliest works yet. So when I saw that her debut series, The Dumont Diaries, which had originally been released in 5 serial novellas, was being expanded and repackaged into a stand-alone book that would also be available in audio format, I knew I had to listen to it.

    I must admit that while the story definitely held my attention, and contained its fair share of twists and turns, it wasn’t as dark or as edgy and twisted as what I had originally expected given my prior experience with some of Alessandra Torre’s works (note that Ms. Torre has also written other plain vanilla romances, like Hollywood Dirt , so not all her works are of this subgenre). That said, the heat factor on Trophy Wife , for those that enjoy arrogant, alpha-hole styled heroes, is off the charts. Additionally, there is a thread of a romance triangle that will keep you initially guessing what direction the story will take, never mind a suspense angle to the plot that kept me intrigued (though the resolution was ultimately much tamer than what my wild imaginings had initially conjured up along the way, given the mind trickery that I have come to expect from Ms. Torre).

    Candy has definitely hit a hard stretch in life. Originally aspiring to be an interior designer, she presently works as a stripper to make ends meet. Unfortunately those ends don’t even include her father who has come down with a mysterious illness and who is not getting the health care he needs.

    Then everything seems to change when Nathan Dumont and his bodyguard Drew walk into her strip club. The next thing she knows she’s being whisked away to a whole new life and being promised good care for her father. All she needs to do is pretend to be utterly in love with Nathan, marry him, and become his “wife” Candace Dumont. In public, he plays the devoted husband, but in private he subjects her to complete disregard, except when she is servicing his body (which many times he humiliates her by forcing her to do it in public).

    Fortunately, she derives great satisfaction from her personal interactions with Nathan, even if she is left completely bereft of understanding why he treats her at all other times so coldly. She tries to derive answers from Drew, his bodyguard (though she can’t understand why Nathan needs a live-in bodyguard who seems to be constantly watching her). Notwithstanding her attempt to charm and befriend Drew, however, she is left equally clueless as to why Nathan picked her out of all the possibly girls who surely could have filled this role

    Why did Nathan pick Candy, and what does he really want from her? Moreover, under such suspicious circumstances could there ever be a HEA?

    See the full review at AudioGals.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    Amazon Customer 11-09-17 Member Since 2015
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    "Male narrator has a lisp!"

    I really liked the story, however I was very distracted by the male narrator. He has a lithp! I couldn't believe it. When I was reading the reviews, I didn't see anyone mention this which I found strange because it's very obvious. Maybe I noticed it more because I listen through headphones? Anyways, if you can ignore the lisp, this is a great book.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Mrs S 07-12-17
    Mrs S 07-12-17
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    "Outstanding Story & Performance"

    Trophy Wife is an excellent story from Alessandra Torre with all of it's twist and turns it keeps you interested. Will M. Watt and Aria Collins performance are top notch!

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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    Helen 07-07-17
    Helen 07-07-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Surprisingly Good book!"

    I am surprised at how I loved this book by the end of it! Listening through the obstacles that I really would not enjoy in a book to discover that not everything is white and black but beyond mistakes in life there can be happiness going from forgiving those mistakes even if they are unethical mistakes. This book hit close to real life for me and as hard as it was to listen, I enjoyed how it unfolded! Recommended book!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Nicole 07-05-17
    Nicole 07-05-17
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    "Ugh!"

    First the female narrator has terrible editing. Too much background noise and I heard voices in the background. Second- the storyline was stupid. The female character was weak and forgave too easily. The male lead was an idiot for his entire motivation. The story itself was just dumb! ☹️

    1 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    R. Townsend 07-03-17
    R. Townsend 07-03-17 Member Since 2015
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    "Very Enjoyable!!!!!"

    I was not sure about this Listen but I was suspired how much I liked it. I was a little hard to move forward at some points but ended up being really good.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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