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Harper Nugent might have a little extra junk in her trunk, but her stepbrother calling her out on it is the last straw.... When rugby hottie Dexter Blake witnesses the insult, he surprises Harper by asking her out - in front of her dumbass brother. Score! Of course, she knows it’s not for reals, but Dex won’t take no for an answer. 

Dexter Blake’s life revolves around rugby with one hard and fast rule: no women. Sure, his left hand is getting a workout, but he's focused on his career for now. Then he overhears an asshat reporter belittle the curvy chick he'd been secretly ogling. What's a guy to do but ask her out? It’s just a little revenge against a poser, and then he'll get his head back in the game. 

But the date is better than either expected. So is the next one. And the next. And the heat between them...sizzles their clothes right off. Suddenly, this fake relationship is feeling all too real....

©2016 Amy Andrews (P)2019 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • 11-06-2020

OMG, Do Not Buy The Audible Version

I listen to books every day so I've listened to hundreds of different narrators. Some of them are amazing, most are good and there are some that aren't so good. There are also a few who really did an injustice to the book they were reading. The narration of this book though is the WORST I've ever heard. Right from the start of the book I was cringing. The story was probably better than 3 stars but the narration was SO BAD and so distracting that I couldn't focus on the story and I couldn't even finish the book. The narration gave me the same sensation that scratching on a chalkboard does to a lot of people.

I don't know if I'll ever try another book by Amy Andrews. I might after the horror of this one wears off a bit. But I won't ever listen to another book narrated by Brie Jackman. Her delivery is stilted and amateurish and there's a complete lack of acting ability. She also sounds like an old woman. Just click to sample it and you'll hear for yourself.

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