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really nice HEA

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Reviewed: 09-04-2020

It's the first I've read of this author and I enjoyed the lighter take on a sensitive subject. Had some steam, romance and the hot alpha. it was sweet and on the gentler side. John lane's deep voice is awesome., and it's the first I've listened to veronica. she's narrated nicely and brings Naomi's character to life.

oh boy is this heading for a cluster$####/%%&@

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Reviewed: 02-04-2020

loving the way lauren has written reed. his past pushes him yo get what he wants and although it's manipulative he comes across as trying his best to be a stand-up guy.
Georgie has her own cross to bear...and her little secrets. it's going to be pride on both sides that will have a huge effect. can't wait!

omg!!!!

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Reviewed: 31-03-2020

when I read Rockstar I commented on the possibility of a Reed Rivers story and Wallah! I'm so excited and this 1st part hasn't disappointed.
love the narrator's....as always
love Laurens writing...I got a few belly laughs in this one...not as many as in 'ball peen hammer'...but it moves along with great pace and witty comments just as well. thank you Lauren

definitely to drawn out

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4 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 28-03-2020

where to start. I have read a lot of A L Jackson's books especially the Rockstar stories. however this book was too drawn out and by chapter 22 I was ready to fold so I had to speed it up a little just to get through it. I knew roughly what was going to happen in the end but there was a twist I didn't see coming.
The description sometimes got in the way of the flow of the scene. for example fight scenes did not flow as there were too many adjectives flying around so it kind of got me frustrated. the heroine, sometimes I wanted to slap as she ran hot and cold with her flight or flight mode.
Not one of Ms Jackson's finest I much prefer the stories centred around s u n d e r. this story left a lot of open ends which is what the heroine addressed through the book so you would expect it to be tied up in the epilogue.
However it didn't, so exactly how it's going to work I guess only Ms Jackson knows. If you like lots of descriptive sentences and wanting to lose your senses and emotions then this book is for you. for me it was too drawn out and it could have been done with shorter chapters

glad for A.L. Jackson's female heroine persona <br />

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Reviewed: 23-03-2020

this book would have been rivaling the thickness of war and peace if A.L.Jackson hadnt developed Mia the way she did.
ive listened to many of her books that are so descriptive and the way this one started i thought oh boy here we go. but Mia's understanding and substance pulled this off.
it didn't get as deep or as problem solving as her other collection...falling stars...which is freaking awesome btw.
I enjoyed the damaged hero finding himself and the twist at the end..didn't see it coming.
than you for a great book. A.L
nd the narrator's...Zachary makes my melt and Andi....what can you say to top one of the best

took a bit to get into swing

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Reviewed: 19-03-2020

I love Ms Martinez books, I've listened to quite a few. this one took a bit to pick up but eventually it gathered speed.
I kept asking why and when I found out it was ooohhh now I get it.
loved Andy and Jason. a good easy read albeit emotional which is always the case with Aly's stories.

boy what a luvky6girl Alice is

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Reviewed: 15-03-2020

roan is a fall in love with guy....congrats so o perfectly written. love the way
Aaron portrays roam...quiet but strong so swoonable.
it was a great little story and I knew the last few chapters were going to be a whirlwind.....fantastic narration

New author, loved it.

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Reviewed: 12-03-2020

what a listen. I loved the accent which piqued my interest to begin with and ...not to be a spoiler alert person....I laughed loudly through some of the scenes. Amy daws writes some belly shaking antidotes. it was truly refreshing. simple storyline but refreshing. Harris brothers sound interesting..might have a go

couldn't finish it

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2 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 09-03-2020

I went on the reviews of others and used a credit...all I can say is at least I didn't pay.
first time ive read this author and she us definitely not my cup of tea. she writes way to introspectively for my liking which drags the story on and on. I struggled to chapter 30 hoping it was get better once the back stories were in place...but nope...it just kept going and in my opinion the drag on the storyline reduced the hero to a beta not an alpha...simply not a strong enough plot and made me way to impatient. I like sport stories but this one.....sorry Ms Faber your not for me.
and the narrator's...oh boy...never listened to Ms Laurel before and I won't again. I had to speed her up to stop the double drag on the novel. Mr Salinas...I nearly started a series with his as a solo narrator but I'm glad I didn't....his tone and inflection doesn't work for me at all. give me Sebastian York or John lane any day

hmm meh

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Reviewed: 07-03-2020

like the mission based suspense and most if the characters. Mac who us suppose to be a best friend, I could do without...he didn't have my vote anywhere in the book.
I loved the idea of psychic Abilities cross crossing but the romance side of the story...oh pleeeeaaassse🤔🤔🤔🤤😩 if it was any shorter, fickle or thinner it wouldn't hold any weight, luckily the storyline talked more.
I see the next one is longer and looks more interesting but still not sure. a narrator change sounds better...Ms Dawe had a flat tone in her finishing sentences that took the emotion out of whatever she was describing. my jury is still out with her.
so I'd say great mission suspense that was not solved...sorry..spoiler alert. Butt in saying that book 2 doesn't hint at solving it either. the suspense in book 2 must obviously be linked to someone from book 1 mission...I would assume..but we all know what that makes us !😉