Arranged marriage? Check.
Cocky new husband? Check.
It's a marriage of convenience - one I'm determined to keep strictly professional. I can't be stupid enough to fall for this sexy playboy's charm or advances. I have to be strong, even if he is my husband.
Except he has a big cock with an even bigger ego, and his main goal in life seems to be getting me to stroke both. The arrogant bastard is like sweet, sugary candy for my libido. I know he's bad for me. But I want to devour every wicked inch of him.
With his sexual prowess and experience, I know he'll be explosive in the bedroom. And since we're stuck together for the foreseeable future - keeping up this marriage charade long enough to turn the company profitable again - I deserve something to look forward to at the end of a long workday, right?
What could one little taste hurt?
©2016 Kendall Ryan (P)2016 Blackstone Audio
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I usually don't write reviews, but I felt like I needed to spare other listeners from this torture. This guy is awful! What happen to the girl narrator from the first book? She needs to do this one. I mean the guys sounds so angry the entire book. I couldn't handle it I had to stop listening and I am dying to know what happens in this second book. I am just going to have to read it instead of listen.
"What happened to the Narrators????"
Where did the narrators from the first volume go???? That's my question. Also, it's dual point of view and now there's only a male narrator reading both parts, a lot of which he growled through. I'm going to be honest - it was tough to get through.
Okay narration aside..... I tried to focus on the story being told to get through this. Now the story I actually enjoyed. In this volume we pick off a few days after the first one left off with Olivia leaving Noah before they make it to the altar and we find out why pretty much right away. It's a good reason and she ends up calling Noah for help. Noah thinks it's for the clause in the contract for them to inherent their family company stating that they have to have a child - it's not. He learns that she never saw it and he struggles with whether or not he should tell her in this volume.
Let me say that I loved Noah in this volume! You could see that he was really trying to make everything work out in everyone's best interest. Sure, he's struggling with the whole telling Olivia about the baby clause in the contract, but he really just wants to be with her and make a real relationship. (I know, I know...built on an omission) So he thinks maybe he'll just try to get her pregnant without her knowing about the clause - they are after all having a lot of sex - but they are still using protection.
Cliffhanger again. It's volume 2 - what did you expect?
I own the kindle book, so I only paid 2.99 for the audiobook. Will I buy the 3rd one? No. I'm just going to read that one. If they had kept the same narrators I would be all over it, but sadly this one fell flat for me.
Alexander Cendese is THE WORST narrator I've ever encountered. I listen to a lot of audiobooks and I will never purchase another one with him
Narrating. His voice has a growl and all his characters have it. He gets louder and softer but always the same. At times it was hard to tell who was supposed to be speaking. Too bad as it was a good story but his narrating was a distraction.
The male narrator totally ruined this audible book for me! I will NEVER order a audible book if he is the narrator! I made it through one chapter and couldn't handle it any longer!!
"Narrator ruined it!"
They should have used the same narrators as in Vol 1 otherwise would have been great.
"Imperfectly Perfect Love Story"
This story was funny, sweet and sexy. The two main characters were complete opposites, and the author illustrated just why this made them work as a couple. Thier existing friendship and flirty banter was entertaining. The premise of agreeing to a marriage contract made complete sense once you get the back story. And the ending was a treat - loved the epilogue.
Both narrators performed the dual narration well, though I much preferred Ava Erickson over Teddy Hamilton.
I didn't mind the cliffhangers in between each installment because I purchased them together, and planned to read them directly after one another. And each left we wondering just how they'd overcome the obstacle.
I review for the Guilty Indulgence Review Site. This is a full review of the series.
"The reader was terrible"
The first book in this series had two great readers for the male and female parts. I don't know why they didn't use those same readers. Instead they had one new male reader and his voice sounded like a chain smoking 50 year old. He read every line with such speed and intensity that it made the entire book sound like each character was pissed off the entire time. I hope they don't use this same reader for the 3rd book.
"Needs a female"
OMG... if this series had a female narrator for the females dialog it wouldn't get as many negative ratings because the book is good.. the male narrator is good (for male dialog) but he is incapable of doing a feminine or close to feminine voice.. it's difficult to listen to
"I love the story but..."
I love the story. It was really hard to listen to the male narrator reading both the male and female parts of the story. I would have enjoyed it more if there was a female narrator in addition to the man.
Unless you enjoy listening to batman and a grandma that smokes a pack a day as your main characters don't waste your money! Not sure why they didn't use the same narrators as the first novel in this series but this version completely ruined it for me.
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