Wingman rule number one: don't fall for a client.
After a career-ending accident, former NFL recruit Ian Hunter is back on campus - and he's ready to get his new game on. As one of the masterminds behind Wingmen, Inc., a successful and secretive word-of-mouth dating service, he's putting his extensive skills with women to work for the lovelorn. But when Blake Olson requests the services of Wingmen, Inc., Ian may have landed his most hopeless client yet.
From her frumpy athletic gear to her unfortunate choice of footwear, Blake is going to need a miracle if she wants to land her crush. At least with a professional matchmaker by her side she has a fighting chance. Ian knows that his advice and a makeover can turn Blake into another successful match. But as Blake begins the transformation from hot mess to smokin' hot, Ian realizes he's in danger of breaking his cardinal rule....
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"LOVED, LOVED, LOVED THIS BOOK"
This book was fun and sexy. I'm surprised my face isn't soar from smiling for 9.5 hours. This is the type of book, for me, to listen to after a dark and intense book.
Rachel Van Dyken did a great job drawing you in and getting you to relate and invest in the characters.
Jeremy York performed a sexy voice for Ian. I also loved his voice for Lex. His female voice for Blake and Gabby were also belivable and distinctive.
I will listen to this book over and over.
I bought this book and sale for under $10 but it is absolutely worth a credit.
"Almost as good as Neighbors From Hell!"
What is better than a story about a womaniser falling in love with the tomboy? How about a totally hilarious and crude story about it instead of the sickeningly sweet versions.
The two guy friends dialogue and antics reminded me so much of Jr High boys I couldn't help but laugh. Almost as enjoyable as the Neighbors From Hell book series.
"All around brilliant"
Do yourself a favor & purchase the audiobook version! The narration is phenomenal! Seriously, the timing in his storytelling was perfect. I kept thinking of Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool or Van Wilder throughout. He gives that type of delivery. Sheer perfection.
And on that same note, the story made me laugh out loud quite a bit. I love Rachel Van Dyken's books, and this one definitely did not disappoint.
"The Matchmakers Playbook Review"
When I first starting listening to this book I thought the hero was so narcissistic that I couldn't finish the book. But I'm so glad I didn't quit listening. It was a fun book about two shameless playboys, their matchmaking business and good friends. But, one of the playboys got more than he bargained for in fun but innocent tomboy. This book was funny, sweet, and sexy. Great easy read. Have fun!
"Another hilarious one from RVD!"
5 Crazy Ass Must Listen Stars!!!!!
RVD does it again with this hilarious start to a new series! I went into this blind not having read the blurb or anything. After reading the Consequences series, I just had to see if RVD had in her to continue the hilarious stories she writes. Well, I wasn't disappointed in the least. This had me laughing out loud and at times laugh until my stomach hurt. I even had a few "spit my drink out" moments.
Ian and Blake's banter was the best. Their story had me listening intently and wanting for the next hilarious moment. I never had to wait long. My favorite line was the one about the scrunchie and Napolean Dynamite. "We'll find you something else that doesn't make you look like you starred in Napoleon Dynamite, okay?"
I'm so looking forward to Lex's story. I'm off to stalk so I can see when that is expected to release.
I literally laughed out loud so many times and had people wondering what I could possibly be listening to it. Great narration and writing.
Good book...entertaining. Funny at times, decent story line--though it got a little boring at the end.
Really hard book to follow. Not my favorite book from Rachel, but I do like Jeremy York
"Good premise, bad execution"
This is my first book by Rachel Van Dyken, and I am not sure if it was the overall story that I struggled with or the narriation. Jeremy York has a nice deep voice, but his female character voices are distracting. There are some holes in the story that could have been fleshed out a bit more to pull the reader into the story more.
RVD is an awesome writer. Just love these books they're so light and fun and worth the buy
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