Once again, 26-year-old Layla Carson has the attention of a man eager to satisfy her. Ben Montrose, the hot, confident cop who gets off on frustrating her, is eager to show her just how arresting he can be. But as a reforming sexaholic, Layla's sworn off casual hookups and doesn't miss the days of her early 20s - much.
Ben's caught off guard when the sexy, outspoken attorney turns him on and then turns him down. But the confident former marine knows he can handle the simple seduction of a beautiful woman. He finds Layla's weak spot - competition, which he happens to share - and challenges her to a game that could make them or destroy them. As they compete to crown the master of seduction, Ben and Layla discover there's more to their game than power and foreplay. But as the stakes go up, they realize the game has changed, and they both stand to lose more than they bargained for.
©2013 Brenda Rothert (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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"Loved this story"
I've read this book some time ago and was really looking forward to the audiobook. I love this story.
Leila's journey to find true love and happiness is not one without hiccups. She meets the oh so sexy police officer Ben and so their sexy adventure begins. But just when you think things are as good as they can get things start to unravel.
The narrating is fabulous brining this sweet sexy story to live. A definite recommend.
"Now and Again Review"
loved this audio! Kirsten & Chris always do an amazing job of bringing these loved characters to life & giving them so much more depth!!
The narration and story in Now and Again were fantastic, so this is definitely one of the better audiobooks I've listened to.
I loved the more heart-warming moments between Layla and Ben, when their relationship turns into something deeper and more romantic. These two characters are very wary to share their hearts, so to see them open up to each other was wonderful.
Kirsten Leigh and Chris Ruen both did a fantastic job at depicting Layla and Ben respectively. Their voices were great to listen to and it was easy to distinguish the dialogue between different characters.
Yes! I had no problems with the narration or story so I would've listened to this in one sitting if I could.
"lala mmmmmmmmmmm no change"
book 1 showed lala as a horrid person selfish spiteful hateful and in this book she did not give a reason why so there was no forgiveness as a reader Ben should run for the hills this is one.duo who does not make sense he is nice kind been trough a lot so he.deserves more he had a selfish mother now he has a selfish girlfriend no thought in this book nothing there.to make me as a reader forgive her from book 1 love Ben love his char..story line is a 4/10 a let down still don't like layla
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