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That Kind of Guy

Narrated by: Rupert Channing
Series: Ravenswood, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 36 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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She wants a fake relationship. He needs something real. 

If there’s one thing Rae can’t stand, it’s pity. She’s 40, frazzled, and fed up - so attending an awards ceremony alone while her ex swans about with his new wife? Not an option. To avoid total humiliation, Rae needs a date of her own. And her young, hot-as-hell new best friend is the perfect candidate....

Zach Davis, king of casual hookups, has a secret: the notorious womanizer craves emotional connection, and anonymous encounters leave him feeling hollow. After years of performance, Zach’s desperate to be himself. So why does he agree to play Rae’s fake boyfriend? And why does it feel so easy? 

When the line between pretence and desire blurs, Zach’s forced to face an unexpected truth: there’s nothing phony about his need for Rae. But the jaded divorcée’s been hurt by playboy men before. Can a weekend of faking it prove that Zach’s for real?

©2019 Talia Hibbert (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Love the tropes, didn’t quite connect to the characters

I love older woman younger man but this one was a tad on the boring side. I understood that it was because he was Demi and needed to build a bond with his heroine before anything happened between them but after a while I sort of got tired of hearing him say he was Demi every five seconds. Can you imagine what it’s like to read every chapter that a character is othered because they aren’t white? Well this one was no different.
Which is a same because I thought the heroine had such a good job 👏🏿 but there just wasn’t anything super likable about the heroine and the hero was worse than unlikable, he was just unforgettable.

Wanna bet so far is my fave Talia Hibbert book. I wish she’d write more black women heroines with men of color heroes!