When coed Ally Monroe literally falls into the arms of a tattooed bad-boy one summer night, she can’t seem to let go. Morgan Jordan is everything Ally doesn’t want — he’s a playboy from a blue-collar background, and Ally’s looking for upper-class stability. Though their relationship starts off as a one-night stand, once Ally learns Morgan is her best friend’s brother, there’s no escaping him…or the growing fire between them.
As Ally and Morgan become closer, they confront bitter enemies, his sister’s disapproval, and paths taking them in different directions at summer’s end. When their greatest test arises, it’s one that threatens to destroy them both. This second audiobook in the bestselling Someone to Love series proves that in love and passion, sometimes two wrongs do make a right.
Intended for mature audiences ages 17+
©2014 Addison Moore (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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Written with a great sense of humor
This was a fun book, great story. I really enjoyed the bad boy Morgan and how he works to win Ally over and their relationship.
"Worst stripper ever."
This was worth the credit and a great read, I felt like I stepped back in time especially the writing was really good and funny. The story was not what I was expecting and I'm looking forward to additional books.
"Entertaining and Predictable! Still love it!"
Yes, it was a very cute love story
Morgan, hot and sexy guy that didn't used girls. He had a very sensitive side and loving/caring.
Kate should have only narrated this book only. She has a great voice to male and female. Luke sounded too old for Morgan.
Note: When considering narrators for these books, you MUST consider the age the characters. That's what makes a good listening story.
It was okay to break up the book into 2 parts.
"Great Young adult romance"
I lover it. I especially loved hearing both POV. Very sweet story with a HEA.
The mixture of short-story accounts, chapter after chapter, embraces the understanding of how the plot evolves, while the main message behind this story is this: Relationships are better, when you learn something; not when you take things for granted. Inspirational!
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