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Two Together

Naked Trilogy, Book 3
Narrated by: Erin Mallon, Jason Clarke
Series: Naked Trilogy, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 4 mins
Categories: Romance, Suspense
4.5 out of 5 stars (224 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

The thrilling conclusion to the Naked Trilogy. 

He came into my life. He took me off guard, consumed me. Claimed me. But there is more to Jax North than meets the eye. There is more to this man than the way he makes me tremble, sigh, and even smile when I didn't believe I still could smile. And as it turns out the two of us together are far more than fire and passion. The two of us together threaten to expose a secret about Jax, and our families, that not even we know. A secret that someone doesn't want exposed. A secret that someone will do anything to hide.

©2019 Julie Patra Publishing (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Horrible Beginning, Good Ending

I was very annoyed at the beginning as Emma's character is truly annoying. A lot of round and round with her saying she can't stay but then she does stay. I felt as if the story was stuck in limbo as the info given was useless with bringing us closer to finding out "who-done-it".

Then about half way in, the story picked up and I found the conclusion to be a bit of a shocker.

Jason Clarke is at the top of his craft. That man has a way of making all his characters (even the female ones but more so the males) sound interesting and sexy. Loving him!!! It would have been better had Jason just read the whole book.

As for Erin Mallon, in the beginning, I really liked her way of narrating but am starting to lose that loving feeling. Her voice has been grating on me lately. I thought she sounded extra whiny in these books.

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Two Together

Just as thrilling, suspenseful, and exciting as the first two books. This was an exhilarating trilogy. At times it did seem repetitive, and there was a lot of back and forth but overall it was entertaining.
Jason Clarke and Erin Mallon was simply amazing.

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Story lived up to being a trilogy

Wow! The story reached the boiling point and roiled over. The climatic moment was sad. After that moment, it almost could have all been handled through an epilogue. As to avoid spoiler alert for those who haven't read the stories, that's all I'll write. I routed for Jax and Emma all the way through these stories. The type of relationship where a couple put each other and their relationship first, makes for a strong relationship. This is what it's demonstrated by Jax and Emma yet woefully missing in both their parent's marriage. The love between siblings is demonstrated in this story also yet there's much more going on.
On shout out to Erin and Jason for their awesome narration. This listening experience would not have been as good without the two of you. That was the thought that literally crossed my mind when the story ended. So thanks again. You're mad skills are appreciated.

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Fast Paced Suspense

This third and final book of the trilogy is fast paced suspense! It feels like there is a continual sense of urgency to guess who's involved in this twisty mystery. It kept me waiting for the other shoe to drop.

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A fantastic series

The story is gripping from the start when you meet the characters in the Dirty Rich series. I suggest to start from the beginning. The way each book weaves into another.

Can not wait to hear Chance’s story or Jill’s or even Savage’s!!!
Lisa......keep them coming. 👍

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Trilogy magic

Loved this whole trilogy of loss and live and overcoming family history of hate and deception. Love wins.

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Jason Clarke, as always,

played the character well. I haven’t heard anything he has read that wasn’t beyond great.
Per usual with LRJ’s books, there is a lot of repeating of the same phrase, with the story almost coming to a crawl in too many places. In fact, I believe LRJ has a series of phrases or sentences that appear in all of her recent books. Such as, “I want this man, I need this man”, “I am my father’s daughter”, etc.
Yawn!
Move on to a better author who isn’t churning out books using the same tired phrases and to better written stories.

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It’s all over the place.

Here, there, this, that, him, her, up, down and all around. I felt like I was going crazy and I had to concentrate too hard on the story line. Stopped listening less than half way.

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Drawn out but Great ending

This trilogy was really doing too much. The breadcrumbs through 3 books took the longest scenic route. I enjoyed it....and Im glad its over. It really should of been a duet.

Jason Clarke is a dam good reason for extending it though...whew.

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Awesome Series

Could not wait until January 21 to listen to book 3 just Awesome Awesome Awesome