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War and Love

Narrated by: Samara Naeymi
Length: 6 hrs and 49 mins
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The moment Jude Warner walked into my life, he was just some handsome stranger in an expensive suit offering me a quarter for the fountain in my apartment courtyard. 

A moment later I discovered he was my neighbor, both of us new to the building. 

Then he was the knight in shining armor who rescued my place from a late-night plumbing fiasco. The prince charming who offered me refuge and ice cream during a storm-fueled power outage. The bona-fide saint who volunteered to accompany me to my crazy sister’s wedding back in North Carolina. 

Falling for him was easy. 

Finding out exactly who he was? Earth-shattering. 

Now he’s left me no choice but to finish a war I never started. 

Only when I stumble upon a second revelation, I find myself caught between throwing my final grenade...or surrendering to the enemy.

©2018 Winter Renshaw (P)2019 Winter Renshaw

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  • Angela G.
  • 23-02-2020

Love and Jude

Love finds her new irritation to also be her new neighbor, Jude. Jude finds Love to be an entirely different person than what his original opinion of her was. Their story is riddled with half truths and lies, but also with a developing romance that is put fo the test when devestating truths are discovered. There are a few plot twists, and some are pretty obvious but how they are brought to light are what saves them from the potential let down of pretty well knowing how the book is going to end. The audiobook has a single narrator. Samara Naeymi does a good job of distinguishing between both characters' POV.