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Have my baby.

That was what my single-dad best friend, Seth, said to me while I was waitressing at the diner.

His little girl wants a sibling. But Seth is a workaholic millionaire and doesn't have time to meet someone.

Someone who won't screw him over, like his kid's mother.

Only problem is this someone has secretly been in love with him since high school. I've been hiding it forever, not wanting to risk our friendship.

Sleeping with him is my biggest fantasy. And I've fantasized plenty, being a virgin. Another thing he doesn't know.

Now, I have to make the biggest decision of my life.

Is having a no-strings-attached affair just to make a baby better than never having him at all?

Author’s note: This case of insta-love and insta-naked-time has been brewing for over a decade. Babymaking has never been so hot...or so funny...or so complicated.

©2017 Taryn Quinn (P)2018 Taryn Quinn

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  • PATRICIA
  • 07-03-2018

Friends to Lovers

A good friends to lovers story is a plot that is always entertaining, seeing what the change is, were they always in love, will they still be friends if things don't work out. Throw in a single dad to this mix, and Taryn Quinn has given us something delicious to listen to. Seth and Ally have one of those relationships forged in high school that is so strong, they both know the love is there. But if they tell each other, where will it lead? Leave it up to Seth. When he ends up divorced with his custody of his toddler daughter, Laurie, he decides that it's time to expand his family, and what better way than with his best friend? The plot from there is both hot, the banter is fun and there is nothing more entrancing than a dad with his child. In this case though, Ally with Laurie is just as warm and sweet. Add Seth's twin brother Oliver and Laurie's best friend Sage into the mix and the story has a cast that is easy to fall for.

This audio in duet narration with Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross brings the story to life, so you will experience the journey these two take. Deciding to trust, determining a future and understanding why things are the way they are performed so well, it's like we are watching the couple learn and grow together. The chemistry between these two narrators is evident in their portrayal giving us a realistic happily ever after.

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  • Jocelyne
  • 03-04-2018

Sweet and funny story!

This was my first Taryn Quinn's book and I love her writing. I really enjoyed my listening. This is a friends to lovers story. I love the two main characters Seth and Ally and of course the little one, Laurie, Seth's daughter. I also love the other characters, Oliver, Seth's brother, and Sage, Ally's best friend. This story is sweet, funny and heartwarming. The narration was very great and easy to listen, as always with Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross. I can't wait to listen to Sage and Oliver's story!

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  • Phoebe
  • 05-05-2018

That performance, though!

I was so pleasantly surprised by this story! I now realize I was becoming a really picky reader; I only listened to books by Emma Chase/Lauren Blakely/K. Bromberg, and now I'm so glad I branched out! I'd never heard either of the narrators before, and I absolutely love them. I was really impressed with how expressive and natural the two sounded together. Also, I was really impressed by the fact that both narrators participated in every chapter, in conversations and in instances where a female or male voice was specifically required. I'd never heard anything like it. The story was very cute, too. I'm a sucker for single dads, so I couldn't help but love Seth, even though he could be a bit pushy at times.

I highly recommend this book. It's refreshing and heartfelt, and a complete pleasure to listen to.

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  • Cynthia
  • 27-02-2018

Fantastic

I loved this story. I didn't want it to get. Looking forward to more by this author as this is the first audio of theirs that I have listened to.

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  • Tannie
  • 22-02-2018

Had potential

This story had potential but the reading is so dry it sucks the romance out of the scenes. I barely got half way through before I gave up.

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  • B. D.
  • 13-05-2018

Really Good....Although..

This was a very sweet story. The narration was pretty good, especially the back and forth of the male and female as this is SO rare in romance novels. While Wen Ross has a sexy voice, his constant pushing out the end of the last word he would say was a bit annoying. Also, Kai Kennicott's child voice was basically horrible even though I know she was trying to mispronounce the words as kids do but her accent for the child was horrible.
Why Quinn added the last chapter of this book was a total waste of time except to give everyone the "heads up" on the next book...which totally wasn't necessary since everyone knew what was coming between Oliver and Sage. Hoping the next book has less issues than this one.

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  • Mary-jane Hornoi
  • 12-05-2018

Good Idea!

This story was a very good idea but it dragged so bad I couldn’t finish it.
I don’t like to give poor reviews but I just have to this time.
I’m sure it would have been a great Storry if it was half as long.

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  • Tonya
  • 27-04-2018

Liked it!

What does Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I have to admit it was different having the constant go between with the voices. Usually it is the same person portraying the two different people. This I had to get used to, but it was nice.

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I really think the author or whomever should have researched how a 4 year old really talks. The narrator made this 4 year old sound VERY babyish. I know she was not a big player in the book but when Kai Kennicott was doing the voice for "Lori" it was bad. I wasn't sure if I was listening to a 2 year old or what.

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  • Katie Bidstrup
  • 27-04-2018

Wow!

Very well written and the narrators were perfect. I'm already looking forward to reading the next book!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 21-04-2018

Frustrating

Let me start my review by stating I really like Wen and Kai as narrators. This is the main reason I made this purchase. The story started out interesting enough, but then plummeted right into head shaking disappointment.
The premise that Seth would want his best friend Allie to have his baby, but have nothing to do with the raising of their child was disturbing.
The virgin Allie would have been a more endearing character if she would have either remained the naive virgin in love with her best friend or if she would have been the bold aggressive partner.
Allie's character was so wishy-washy and up, down all over the place it was hard to keep up with her.
She's the type of person you just want to smack upside the head and tell her to get a clue.
I'll hang on to this audio and I may even purchase the next in series. I'm hoping things will improve with the next book.
Taryn Quinn is a good writer. I just feel this needed some tweaking.