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Royal Hottie

The Rourkes, Book 2
Narrated by: Troy Duran, Stephanie Wyles
Series: The Rourkes Series, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 3 mins
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Phillip

I never expected to be the prime target of a bachelor auction, compliments of my outrageous sister-in-law, the new queen. I don't care if the internet has turned me into a royal hottie meme, I am not a piece of meat. So when the first eager single woman arrives at the palace, I send her packing. Only the damn woman refuses to leave.

Ruby

Why would I want to buy a date with an arrogant rude prince? I'm here to do a job, which I desperately need, and no delusional prince is going to stand in my way. Obviously, the "royal hottie" believes the hype.

So how did I end up winning the top prize in a royal bachelor auction, and what will I do with him? I can't let myself fall for a playboy. Besides, we're heading in opposite directions. He's going on an international tour for a year or more, and I absolutely have to get back to the US. Only this prince is used to getting what he wants, and now he wants me.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Kylie Gilmore (P)2019 Tantor

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I've listened to several books, even though I've only been a member for less than a year. I have found that even a mediocre story can be saved with good narration. Unfortunately, that was not the case here. The story had great potential but it fell flat. To make matters worse, the narration was excruciating. Stephanie Wyles was clearing reading straight off the page, flat with occasional ill-timed pauses. Her pitch was too high...akin to nails on a chalkboard. The experience was painful rather than entertaining.