Kim Naramore has loved Dominick Parker since she first understood what love was. An admittance of her feelings puts her face to face with the realities of adulthood. Everything in her hopes that he'll be the man of her dreams, but when a lie ruins her perfect moment, she quickly realizes that her storybook romance might not get the happy ending she thought.
Being seduced by the billionaire author is not without consequences. When Kim discovers that he's still clinging to the past, she wonders if there's any hope for a future with him. It's all in the pages of his books.
Content warning: This story contains content too steamy for this blurb. For listeners 18+ only!
What would have made Wrong or Write 2 better?
A different narrator. More debth to each character.
Would you recommend Wrong or Write 2 to your friends? Why or why not?
I think if it was rewritten and incorporated into Book 1 I would tell them to give a listen. Also if the narrator was changed.
Would you be willing to try another one of Aundra Mitchell’s performances?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
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Is there anything you would change about this book?
Have you listened to any of Aundra Mitchell’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I really enjoy Aundrea's performance. I will listen to her more often
Any additional comments?
Book two picks up where the first novella left off! Right in the middle of the sexy heat, OMG will Kim go through with it or not?? I again listened to the audiobook version and loved it for the most part. The only part of this novella I didn't like was when the author used the word cu*t to explain Kim's sex. I am okay with pretty much any term except that, as I find it to be a derogatory term, turning a sexy erotica to something nasty. Other than that this novella is sexy/hot. Dominick, le sigh. I really started to fall for Dominick more in book two. I also feel Kim starts to realize things are a lot different from how she remembers Dominick when she was twelve. She is a naive college student but then again I think a lot of us are when in our late teens, early twenties. Kim hasn't had many boy encounters before hand. In this novella we learn more about Dominick and his feelings. We also hear more about the novels he has written. It is a very quick paced story.
The narrator, Aundrea Mitchell does another fantastic job in book two. I really enjoy listening to Aundrea narrator stories. I find some narrators had to concentrate with and Aundrea is the opposite. I can easily put on the audiobook and commute to work or take a walk with the dogs.
I give this book a 3.5 stars out of 5. I look forward to reading more from Sky and listening to more audiobooks narrated by Aundrea. I received a copy of the audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
Fair storyline, not sure there's enough of a plot for two books. Narrator seemed rushed.
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--I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
Book 2 picks up directly following the cliffhanger. I have to say that this book I thought was better than the first. There was more character development letting us get to know the inner mind of Dominick through his writing, a little more history of Kim and her relationship with her sister and some sexy scenes between the two. I am looking forward now to book three to see where these two will end up!
Aundra Mitchell continues to provide a spot on performance for these characters. She is the perfect narrator for this serial.