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My name is Oliver Arsen, but my mates call me Ollie.

I live hard and love harder, and it's love that usually gets me in the most trouble. According to the greater population, I'm the ultimate jerk. My affection tends to be short-lived - a quality I've been assured multiple times by the fairer sex isn't becoming - and the leaving part of loving and leaving has always come natural.

At least, it used to.

Until her.

Luciana Wright.

She's an American bombshell and my sister's best friend - a woman so wrong for me, it's written in the waves. And she's the reason we're all here. The reason I have to go back to explain how it all went wrong.

To the day the jerk started falling.

©2018 Max Monroe (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Cre O.
  • 25-11-2020

A disappointing 2.5 stars for 2.5 hrs

Coming off the first book in this duet, I had high hopes for this...sad to say, but I was disappointed.

Rupert Channing is new to me and his narration was nothing to write home about, but not too off putting.
I enjoyed Charlotte’s portrayal of Ollie more than Rupert’s portrayal. I don’t know how to explain it but while Charlotte narrated for Ollie in book one I didn’t see him as a jerk, just misunderstood. I liked him from the beginning. However, when Rupert narrated for Ollie I saw him as an asshole and really didn’t like him so I skipped through the first half of the book (maybe because I didn’t want my view of Ollie ruined, but mainly because I heard it all in book one 🤷🏽‍♀️).

Anyway, while this book was not a total retelling of book one, if you remove what you know from book one this book was probably only 2.5 hours of new material. I think MM could have skipped all of Ollie’s musing in this book and add 2 hrs. to book one and wrap the story up there.

Now, I must say I sincerely enjoyed the epilogues (yes, TWO beautifully done epilogues). I liked Ollie from book one like I said, but the epilogue in this book made me fall in love with him...swoon 😍😍.

Would I recommend? Yes and no...yes for the epilogues and the last 2.5 hours (so basically closure if you are coming off a high from book one), and no because I don’t think 2.5 hours to get to closure is worth a credit 🤷🏽‍♀️.

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  • Rhunt
  • 24-06-2021

Fun, witty dialogue.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The dialogue is witty and entertaining. It's light hearted fun.

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