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No way. No how. Never. And if he calls me darlin' one more time...  

He pushes buttons I didn't even know I had. Gabe freaking Barin. Fire to my ice. Walking mountain. Growly, alpha, and achingly kind. Last man on earth I want in my life.  

But I've got three heaping problems: 1. My baby niece is missing. 2. Some psycho just slashed up my car. 3. My boss made Gabe my personal protector.  

I'm a big girl in a tiny package. Sharp claws. Perfectly capable. So I'll ignore the jaw-dropping banter Goliath drops. I'll ignore how his Louisiana drawl melts damn near everything. I'll ignore how he's five times my size.  

I'll even ignore the night hate gets complicated. Then our battle moves between the sheets. Gabe gives me a hundred new toe-curling reasons to curse his name. But there's one nagging thing I can't fight. What if Gabe freaking Barin is more than a gorgeous bad habit? What if he's the hero I never knew I'd need?  

From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Nicole Snow - enemies-to-lovers to dynamite. Watch this lovable giant tear the world apart to claim his Pixie. Full-length romance novel with fireworks aplenty and the grand finale Happily Ever Afters should be.

©2018 Nicole Snow (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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There are no hot beaches in San Francisco...

Just as an SF native I can tell you there are no “warm” beaches to sleep on. If you could find a sandy beach in SF and tried to sleep on it, you would be mugged, murdered, freeze to death, and/or arrested.Perhaps this character is up North in Sausalito? Like in the last book? Also not a place to sleep or swim. I can’t think of anything more awful then to sleep on a Bay Area beach. The more north you go the colder the beaches. Even in the hottest summer a night time northern CA beach would be awful without a down sleeping bag and a propane heater. It’s also illegal to have a fire on most beaches. You also don’t cover a fire with sand or someone will put a foot in it and get burned. Needless to say I didn’t get far in this book. Maybe visit a place before you write about it?

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Male voice doesn't match the character

When you here a person's voice before you see their face, you can give a pretty good guess what they may look like and an age range. His accent was fine but he sounded as if he was way older than the character was suppose to be. Don't get me wrong, I think he was a great narrator but he just sounded too old for the part.

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Such a great story!

I loved Sky's and Gabe's story. Aubrey Vincent was fabulous, and Jim Steele was good, but I couldn't quite get over his accent. I kept picturing the SNL Colonel Angus skit.

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Beautifully narrated story

Nicole Snows story is beautifully written lending a warmth and the timber of the male narrators voice enhances the stories resonance with the reader. You fall in love as you listen to beautiful words drawled out explaining places and feelings and situations. The female narrators voice is edgy and anxious expressing the stress of the story. She engages you and draws you in. It’s a romance but the circumstances that Gabe and Skylar meet are because of Skylars nieces abduction and her need but not want of protection. Gabe is the southern gentleman with a military backstory and Skylar is a tough intense female working in a mans world with a chip on her shoulder. Their similarities are intense as are their differences. The story is engaging and enhanced by the narration.

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i love this book

i enjoyed this book jim had me laughing,crying and on the edge of my seat omg....i love skylar's personality she is witty,strong but so mushie lol great read and well written.

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Ah-mazing!

Gabe and Skylar kept me hooked up until the end. Chemistry and sexiness off-the-charts. The male narrator's southern accent....hmm.

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Wow! Best Narration Ever!

I liked the book a lot, but I was blown away by the narration! Jim and Aubrey were both great. I especially liked Jim's southern gentleman voice. At first I was thrown thinking Gabe's voice was too low and mature for a young man. Then I thought about the skinny pipsqueak boys in the bass section of my high school choir and remembered how all of us girls would turn around and stare at them when they started singing hardly believing that sound was coming out of their mouths. Sometimes it took a while for their bodies to catch up with their voices!

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Look, it's the waaaaaaambulance

Gabe, heres some advice, ditch her! Cut your losses. Skylar's pathetic and a whiner.

I have seriously laughed at all her inner monologue. Skylar is ridiculous and this isnt really an enemies to lovers since Gabe has never disliked Skylar. Skylar is just petulant and needs to be abandoned to die alone and miserable. Shes prideful, cocky and abrasive and not one grain of femininity in her. She cant imagine anyone could see what she cant. Shes unwilling to listen to Gabe even though hes given no reason for her to feel she cant. I seriously wished someone would have beaten the crap out of her. So she didnt think she could take on any man and win, yeah right. Women (and that's using that term lightly) like her aren't really women, but they def dont have any of the positive male traits either.

At this point I have not finished the book, but I can tell you I wish the neighbor who took the girl got away with it and taunted Skylar for the rest of her life. Or Gabe finds her and rubs it in Skylars face how she was wrong and then walks away from her. Since I havent finished the book I don't know it was the neighbor but that's what I'm guessing since his daughter died.

I can't say I have enjoyed this book. I hope the rest of the series is better and that they dont all have their heads up their *sses.

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Fear isn't a good thing

When your niece is kidnapped you will do anything to find her .What you don't plan is a beast of a man to protect you

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Really, a Great Listen....

I just loved this book. The characters were fun, stern but soft heroine and the great southern gentleman. I loved the male narrator and thought his character's outlooks were hilarious. I sorta saw the bad guy early on.