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One New Year's Eve, shy singer December Brown drunkenly texts her talk-show host pal, Trace Randall, about her longtime crush on aloof actor Tom Elmswood. Thinking the two celebrities would make a cute couple, Trace unwisely decides to play front of a live studio audience.

Things start to go downhill when Tom admits he's never even heard of December before. Now what seemed like a sure-fire hit quickly becomes a flop. Will these two lonely hearts ever make a love connection, or has cupid's arrow missed its mark?

©2014 Tamara Philip (P)2014 Tamara Philip

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  • BookishBlerd
  • 26-04-2020

Cute story HORRIBLE narration

this story is cute to listen to while cleaning or doing dishes or something like that. unfortunately, the narrator was horrible. The microphone levels were all over the place and a couple of times she repeated lines. could have been better with better narration

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  • yvonne
  • 17-01-2016

clean write

Would you consider the audio edition of The Trouble with Playing Cupid to be better than the print version?

The reader read the book rather than preformed it. i would choose to read the book over this audio version.

Any additional comments?

I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series rather than listening to the audio version, unless there is a different reader.

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