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Two a Day

By: Lauren Blakely
Narrated by: Jason Clarke,Rose Dioro
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Publisher's Summary

What I should do as the new quarterback in Los Angeles: win games.

What I shouldn’t do: try to win over the sexy, sassy, fiery woman who works in the VP suite for the team.

I don’t always follow the good guy rules, though, especially when I want to take her home. Again. Then up against the wall. Again. Then, out to breakfast the next morning.

Maybe I can get away with sneaking over to her home for a few late-night plays. But then the team management blindsides me with this twist--she’s now in charge of managing my reputation.

©2022 Lauren Blakely Books (P)2022 Lauren Blakely Books

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A Wonderful Story. Jason and Rose Were Wonderful

Wow! This was such a good book. Ms Blakely has done it again. She is able to deliver a cleverly written book filled with banter, humor, passion and flirty innuendo between Brooke and Drew. And of course lets not forget the almost instant connection these to form from the day they meet. That alone was had me wanting to find out what happens next. I also enjoyed how strong their feelings and connection grew as they try to navigate through changes they face. One thing that never waivers is their commitment to finding away to make their relationship work. I also like how they are able to listen and help one another. There is no doubt in the the feelings they have for one another and no doubting how the other one feels. They are truly made for one another. I was a chapter into the book and knew I had to get the audio as well. Jason Clarke and Rose Dioro do an amazing job narrating Drew and Brooke. Wonderful HEA

I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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Touchdown!!!

Drew and Brooke’s story is a definite touchdown! I absolutely loved everything about this book. It is sweet, swoony, and full of fire! They’re the perfect match!

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Drew and Brooke were adorable!

When Brooke saves Drew from a paddleboarding mishap, it’s lust at first sight. Being the QB for the city’s professional football team, Drew didn’t want it getting out about his accident. Brooke, while reading on the beach, nursing the disappointment of not getting a promotion at work, sees Drew get hit in the head, and immediately goes to check on him. Up close he’s very handsome, but he looks familiar to her. After talking for a bit, Brooke realizes who she’s talking to, but doesn’t let on. There’s some strong chemistry between them, and after some great conversation and then spending the evening together, neither wants to say goodbye.

When Brooke is back at work, her boss tells her that she’s going to be working with Drew’s team, trying to boost the team’s reputation. Determined to keep things professional, Drew and Brooke keep seeing each other in secret. As they get to know each other, their feelings get stronger. They’re both in a tough situation, but their jobs are very important to them.

I loved this story. Drew is such a sweetie—with a gift for dirty talk. He loves his job, his family, and works really hard to do the right thing. Brooke has worked really hard to get where she is. She enjoys what she does, and the new job is fabulous. I loved how they slowly got to know each other, and how supportive they were of one another. As always, the supporting characters make the story even livelier, and they could get their own stories.

Jason Clarke and Rose Diogo were so good w/the narration. They make a great team. Lauren always does great sports romance tales.

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The Quarterback Scores the Biggest Goal! Elizabeth @ Carolina Chic's Read

Brooke and Drew's story is a story that will stay in my heart. These two have that " INSTASPARK" that you just love with romances. They meet then things get into an off limits romance that makes you want to squeal and sigh!

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Love This!

This is just what I needed! A new Lauren Blakely book to make me laugh and warm my heart! Brooke has had a tough week. Deciding some time at the beach would help her recharge, she goes to relax when she spots Drew paddle boarding. When he takes an oar to the head, she helps him out, and our story begins. With a meet cute like this, full of innuendo, flirting and margaritas, I knew I was in for a treat. We have had the pleasure of meeting Drew before, and getting to know him better has been so much fun. Brooke is definitely a feisty one, with quick, sexy comebacks and a heart of gold, she is perfect for this quarterback. But can he balance football and a relationship? To find out, give this a listen. You will be laughing out loud at the pranks, and falling for the football player. And with a bonus first encounter like Worth the Risk, I cannot wait to get Cara & Patrick's story.

Jason Clarke and Rose Dioro had to be the voices Blakely heard in her head as she was writing this story, as they are perfectly cast. Clarke is the confident athlete, he's got game and I love how he gave us both the confidence and the insecurities. Dioro plays Brooke with a playful feel, so good I could hear her smiling as she narrated. These two became the characters and made the story come to life.

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Fun, flirty and steamy!

“Two a Day” is a fun, flirty, steamy forbidden-ish romance between a humble quarterback and a smart lawyer who met on the beach and couldn’t stay away from each other even if they should have.

Drew Erickson needs a day off from the expectations as the quarterback for one of LA’s teams. While out on the beach, his board gets away from him and a woman named Brooke, who had seen him out in the ocean, helps him out. The two have an instant connection and spend the day together. But thanks to some technology difficulties, the two lose touch but reconnect when they find out they are now working together. That puts a squash on any promising dates. But fate decides that she can’t keep Drew and Brooke apart.

I loved Drew and Brooke so much. Their chemistry was steaming off the pages and they have become a favorite of mine in the Lauren Blakely world. The hot and flirty texts between Drew and Brooke were so good and both are delicious dirty talkers. I found myself laughing and blushing at the same time as these two flirted. Their meet-cute was great and I loved everything that happened in this book. Drew is a genuine guy who wants to be the best teammate he can be and his relationship with his mom squeezed my heart in the best possible way. Brooke was his perfect match and understood his need for being the best he could be but also brought him back down to human level. The epilogues were the perfect way to wrap up their story.

Jason Clarke and Rose Dioro were so perfect as Drew and Brooke. They brought their passion for life and work alive and I couldn’t think of two better narrators for this story. I’m never disappointed listening to them.

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5 She Walks Right Into His Hardship Stars!!

Oh Drew and Brooke… where do I begin with how much I loved your story! This book was so much fun and so sexy to listen to. Jason Clarke and Rose Dioro embody our H/h with pure narrative perfection.

I loved the instant connection between Brooke and Drew when they met that day on the beach when Brooke basically rescued Drew. I could feel it coming through all the words the Ms. Blakely wrote. There’s this sinfully sexy way they flirt with each other that neither wanted to stop. And when their afternoon turns into a night of passion unlike anything Brooke has experienced in the past, needless to say they’re both looking forward to seeing each other again. Except fate has something else in store for them.

And so begins a book filled with the most delicious of innuendos both in person and via text. The chemistry between them is completely undeniable and as much they want to be together, the fact that they now work together puts a big kibosh on those plans… or does it?

There are so many situations these two find themselves in that just leads to so much temptation that they just can’t resist each other…no matter the consequences. I loved the passion they felt for each other… it wasn’t something either had experienced in their lives for a multitude of reasons. The only problem is that since Drew is the Quarterback for one of the LA teams that Brooke also works for, their relationship could make things sticky.

Ms. Blakely is so fabulous at building a story that I found myself mesmerized by the romance of Brooke and Drew and all the secondary characters that I love and adore from previous books along with a few new ones. There’s some very light angst in this book because they work together and Drew can be a real a-hat when it comes to football and what having a relationship can do to his ability to focus on the field. Let’s just say I really wanted to slap the back of his head a couple of times!

This book checks off all the things I love about a Lauren Blakely book… witty conversations, laugh out loud moments, a heroine that is beautiful inside and out and goes after what she wants, a hero that is alpha in all the best ways and who loves hard, sexy times that are fan inducing and narrators that absolutely it out of the park or in this case, carry it to the endzone time and time again!

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Great story and great narration

I’m not sure that there is a genre that Lauren Blakely isn’t good at. Two A Day was a well written and entertaining sports romance that ticked all the boxes for me.
I was hooked on this story from the first chapter and read it in almost one go. I adored Brooke Holland and don’t get me started on Drew Erickson. I fell for him hard and fast, what a sweet, romantic, dirty talking, swoon worthy man he is.
Their meet cute was unusual when Brooke rescues Drew from a paddle boarding incident and their connection is immediate. After a passionate night together they agree to another date but thanks to a prank by a friend and a series of miss communications Brooke is convinced that Drew has ghosted her.
Suddenly finding themselves working for the same franchise they decide it would be best to stay as friends only. However the attraction that sizzles between them continues to build until it explodes.
However it is the witty banter, genuine friendship, mutual respect for one another that develops that took this book to another level for me. The secondary cast of characters just added to the fun. This book is a little gem and one I absolute devoured, it was that good.
Rose Dioro and Jason Clarke did a wonderful job with their narration. They brought the playfulness and passion of the blossoming relationship to life with voices that are easy to listen to.

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Love this!

Not only was the story good but the narration was fantastic! And Lauren Blakely always gives great teasers for her other books, which are all good stories and I love the narrators she picks for all of her books. This is a fun read, especially if you love sports romance.

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So good

Yes an other 5 star. Can not resist the charaters Lauren Blakely create, wrote about. A crazy attraction and steam what can give else then more steam. The language they use is so seductive that wouls seduse anyone. And the play a difficult game, forbide but there must be a solution. And we have to bet they found it. Can not wait the next one.

Thank you Lauren Blakely team for this great alc.

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  • 10-25-22

Great story!

Makes a change to listen to something positive without to much will they won’t they. Not quite sure what the additional epilogue was about as it didn’t flow but loved this great listen and the characters.

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  • 10-13-22

The Player and the Executive - Just Perfect

A true romance. Angst free, highly enjoyable, with wonderful characters, both the main characters and the supporting cast alike. As is often the case in LB’s books, the main character, Drew, is the ultimate good guy, the star quarterback, who ultimately doesn’t want a relationship, but never messes women around. Then things change, he meets his guardian angel on the beach, Brooke Holland. It seems that keeping it casual is just not possible, both Drew and Brooke are all in, and things are starting to look really good, until a spanner gets thrown in the works, and things start going downhill. The rapport between Drew and Brooke is contagious, they meld so well together, along with the banter between all the characters, friends and family included, which all made for a truly feel good and highly enjoyable romantic story. And, because it’s Lauren Blakely I just had to listen to the audio version which included the forever swoon-worthy Jason Clarke, and Rose Dioro, both were perfect for their respective characters. Add in a short story and a few teasers at the end, and it’s a five from me.