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Walk of Shame

G-Man, Next Generation, Book 1
Narrated by: Tor Thom, Charley Ongel
Series: G-Man Series, Book 6
Length: 9 hrs and 21 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Holy hockey puck!

Weston Matthews is 21, a senior in a prestigious Ivy League College, and has a tongue like Gene Simmons! He's a frat boy, hockey jock, and all-around ladies' man. He does have one problem though: he has to ace his Early American Lit class in order to graduate and stay eligible to play hockey for Hardwick University. 

Weston is provided a tutor to help with his senior Lit class. Enter Penny Lane, also a senior at another local college, doing part-time status at Hardwick. She tutors to earn money, but her aspirations go far beyond just that. Penny is plain, nerdy, brilliant, and has a hidden agenda. She and Weston get off on the wrong foot, and from there, things will only get crazier. 

Fasten your seat belts, and hold on for dear life as you take this roller-coaster ride on the Walk of Shame

Adult content; sexual situations, 18+. 

©2015 Andrea Smith (P)2016 Andrea Smith

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Fun and youthful love story

I really love the writing style of Andrea Smith and this book fits well in the G-Man series. Tor Thom and Charley Ongel did a wonderful job!

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Really get to know a person

I asked to receive this Audible book and voluntarily wrote this unbiased review. Andrea Śmith has written a wonderful romance story that really makes you think about how we judge people before we really know them. Peyton is writing her thesis paper on how rich college boys act. Weston is her subject and she disguises herself as a unattractive student tutorer. As the story progresses we learn how the past has shaped both Peyton and Weston. There are several twists and turns in this story. Peyton has to do some soul searching of her own. Tor Thom and Charley Ongel have the amazing ability of bringing the listener right into the story. They portray the emotions of the characters in a way that brings them to life. They are master storytellers. I highly recommend this Audible book. This is a gripping story that will make you think as well as entertain you.

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Awesome Deception

I received this audiobook free, as an Audiobook Obsession Reviewer, for an honest review. The author was very clever with this story. Is it Weston and Penny, or Weston and Peyton? Loved this story. It kept my attention from the first word until the end. The narrators were excellent as well.

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Misadventures of a Misguided Feminist

When a misguided view on the relationship between men and women and society leads to life altering happenstance. Two sides of one Penny, Peyton tries to make sense of her dilemma. Along the way she discovers many things about herself and those around her. I found this book refreshing and lively. I loved Weston so much and how he manages to humanize and bring light to Peyton’s misguided aspirations. For a girl who thinks she’s figured it out Weston is about to throw a wrench in her plans. I so enjoyed them and wished there was more. I did however find myself really overly attached to a side character, Carson. I feel like this story needs to be written, in fact I’m ghost writing it in my head😁. So many possibilities and so much character deserve an opportunity and I hope to see it come to fruition. The dual narration on this was stellar and I can’t wait for more.

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  • Jan M
  • Southwest
  • 10-18-19

Walk of Shame

Walk of Shame by Andrea Smith immediately pulled me in. I loved how original the storyline was and thought that the narrators of Tor Thom and Charley Ongel really brought the characters to life. One could feel the chemistry between Payton/Penny and Weston. I loved how there were unexpected twists. The emotions displayed came across as so realistic, I felt like I was eavesdropping on couple and loved every moment.

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  • 10-09-19

Outstanding Story & Narration🎧 No Shame I Loved it

No shame here, I loved everything about this book, from Andrea Smith’s wonderful writing style, her stories flow naturally and are realistic and easy to relate to. The storylines she creates are interesting and captivating from start to end, I found it difficult to put the book down, I just needed to know what was going to happen next. The characters are complex and well developed by the end you can see how much the characters grew and came in to their own. I adored Peyton, her strength, her ambitions and drive to set out for what she wanted. I loved how she went about working on her thesis. Weston, a popular frat boy and a star hockey player on his college team. He needs help in his English Lit class is assigned a nerdy tutor, Penny Lane, to help him get a passing grade. Penny really knows how to push Weston’s buttons. I loved how well plotted this book is, all the drama, twists and turns, angst, lots of other emotions and bit of suspense and some hot romance. There are some great secondary characters in this book too. This book is another reason why Andrea Smith has become one of my favorite authors. Thank you for another outstanding story and emotional rollercoaster ride.

I listened to the Audible edition, Tor Thom and Charlie Angel are fabulous narrators. They are versatile voice performers and are amazing at what they do. They brings these characters to life, humanize them giving each their own voice and personality. You could hear how much heart they put into their work as they project the emotions of the characters and the drama of the story into their performance. They are entertaining storytellers and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for another awesome listen 🎧

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Wonderful!

This one is very emotional and it will keep you on the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next. I loved it! It has it all! Love, sex, good and evil. Tor Thom and Charley Ongel were the perfect narrators for it! They can make you feel as though you are watching it live!

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Fabulous!

Walk of Shame is the story in the spin-off series featuring the children of the G-Men and Women we have met in the original G-Men series. This series follows the lives of the next generation. Darcy and Easton Matthews have a son, Weston, and this is his story. He's a student at Hartwick University, a prominent Ivy League school, where he's goalie for the hockey team and all around bad boy stud. He finds himself in trouble when his grades are bad enough to keep him from playing hockey, let alone graduating. Enter Penny Lane. She is also a senior and has been assigned to tutor him to get his English grades up. Little does he know, she has an ulterior motive and he's about to become a guinea pig in her experiment. In kindergarten, she didn't win an award for excellence and she got the idea that boys were somehow considered superior. As she got older, she decided that she is going to observe this hypothesis and do her thesis on it. Her plan is to present herself as two different women and see what the reaction is to her as both. Penny, the tutor, is an uptight, plain-looking nerd with false teeth and glasses who is very unemotional in her teaching sessions with Weston. Peyton is her alter ego and presents herself as a drop-dead gorgeous woman who's outgoing and dresses seductively. Weston can't help but notice her beauty as she serves their drinks but he has no reason to put two and two together...yet. Both Weston and Peyton are about to have their world rocked as they're disguised as a rogue clown and a witch. What fun it is to watch as they come to the realization that the truth isn't always what it seems and people aren't always who you think they are. Wonderfully written characters with magnetic personalities and a plot that is tight and full of secrets! The narration is magnificent with Tor Thom and Charley bringing the story and each character to life in a most eloquent way!

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Romantic, sweet and wonderful story

From the first pages, this story grabs your attention and keeps it to the last page.

She has feminist all her life. She is smart, sexy and beautiful. He is hockey jock, changes girls all the time and totally against any series relationship. He was raised in very reach and privileged family. She was raised by single father and her family hardly had any money. They are complete appositive; it will take a miracle to ignite a spark between them. However, once there is a spark, nothing can stop it.

Narrators were wonderful. Every book they narrate guaranties a great experience.

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Loved it

I completely Loved it. Definitely enjoyed this book. Narrator did a great job as well.

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  • Jessica71208
  • 12-04-19

Loved the story line

I really enjoyed this story I found it so different then other sports type romances. The main female character has such an interesting role and kept me on my toes trying to figure her out. I think this story has a little bit of everything in for great characters to story line to narrators. Most of all I enjoyed the uniqueness of the story. I also really feel like the the narrators to the great job of the story. They really connected with the characters and transformed into a great listen.
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  • 🎧Mandy🎧 Sawyer 🎧Audiobook 🎧Obsession🎧 Reviewer🎧
  • 11-03-19

Brilliant storyline

I loved this storyline. At the beginning I was thinking it was going to be a one woman war on men but it was fantastic. The characters are very likeable and that just shows what a talented writer Andrea is. Charley and Tor are a great duo. Great job.

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  • Kaye Melilli
  • 10-23-19

not the best

Not the best book I’ve read. The story was monotone and predictable. After a few chapters the story did pick up but it was still just okay for me.

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  • Nina B.
  • 10-21-19

Loved it!

I loved this book. I must admit I had to back up once b/c there was such a big twist I wasn’t sure I understood it correctly lol. It was great though. I had a lot of “ooooh” moments and really enjoyed it. There are ups and downs but nothing too bad. narration was great and I definitely recommend this book.

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  • Jan M
  • 10-18-19

Walk of Shame

Walk of Shame by Andrea Smith immediately pulled me in. I loved how original the storyline was and thought that the narrators of Tor Thom and Charley Ongel really brought the characters to life. One could feel the chemistry between Payton/Penny and Weston. I loved how there were unexpected twists. The emotions displayed came across as so realistic, I felt like I was eavesdropping on couple and loved every moment.

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  • deanne harrison
  • 10-17-19

good but to young

I found this book a bit young for me. after listening to andrea's other books I was disappointed. I think a younger listener would love it. but not for me

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  • LilleyLoohLah
  • 10-14-19

4.5 Completely Deceptive Stars

From the first chapter I knew I was going to love Walk of Shame. I love college romance, I love hockey romance (for information though, not too much on ice action), and I love privileged jocks getting put in their place by hardworking sassy nerdy girls. This story had it all. It was passionate, sexy, and at times emotional. Great characters, intriguing storyline and lots of sexy time. I was sucked into their drama, addicted throughout, and in desperate need for Weston and Peyton to get their happy ending, even if it wasn’t what either of them thought they wanted. Tor Thom and Charley Ongel narrate Weston and Peyton perfectly. Oh, and I just want to say, I absolutely adore the cover.