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Trade It All

The Barrington Billionaires, Book 3
Narrated by: Robin Rowan
Length: 7 hrs and 11 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (141 ratings)
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This Story Is Sexy

Publisher's Summary

Lance Barrington's priority is business, not pleasure. Only one woman has ever been able to turn him inside out: Willa Chambers, his sister's best friend. Forbidden. Scandalous. Unforgettable.

They've spent the last 10 years trying to forget one night.

When Willa and Lance are thrown together again, things heat up fast. Loving him almost destroyed her the first time.

This time, will it heal her?

A new, seven book series about the Andrade's Boston cousins.

The first series in the Barrington Billionaire world.

Book 1: Always Mine

Book 2: Stolen Kisses

Book 3: Trade it All

Book 4: Let It Burn (Coming soon)

Book 5: More Than Love (Coming 2016)

Book 6: Forever Now (Coming 2017)

Book 7: Never Goodbye (Coming 2017)

©2016 Ruth Cardello (P)2016 RCardello LLC

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Book is better

the narrator was so monotone that it made the audio boring. I loved the book and all of Ruth's work. I will skip the audio version if they are like this one.

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A second chance, which could go so wrong!

Willa and twin sister were an adopted part of the Barrington family, due to their school days friendship with Kenzi. As such they were out of bounds to the brothers. However, an attraction is often very hard to deny...
It off course didn't end well, and two concerned kept their distance. Or, more correctly, one gave the cold shoulder, whilst the other would have loved to break down the battlements.
This is a sister trying give her sibling a second chance, but it may take the whole family to succeed for a HEA.
Oh, I do so love Ms Cardello works!

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Narrator issue

I had to stop listening to this perfectly fine novel because of the whine in the voices of the female characters. Skin crawling.

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stay in charater

what happened to Dex's English accent? I am going to need her to stay in character lol.

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Poor narrator

The narrator needed a lot more correct emotion while reading. The story was written with a lot of back and forth and with the way she read it, it was hard to follow.

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  • 09-16-16

Same old same

What disappointed you about Trade It All?

The heroine was just going around in circles, poor execution it felt constipated trying to fit in too much. Althea, Andrade just too much the characters relationship did not grow.

What could Ruth Cardello have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

It took a lot of listening to find out what had happened 10years ago they should have just dealt with the past then moved to the present. Her inner musings were confusing . Not Ruth's great work.

What didn’t you like about Robin Rowan’s performance?

Her voiceless annoying, with some characters

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointment