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Wicked Sweet

Narrated by: Triya Leong
Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Dove Fitzgerald is a force to be reckoned with. At 20, she already knows exactly who she is and who she’s going to be: queen of her own media empire. She’s just started her junior year of undergrad to get her business degree, and everything is going according to her meticulous plan. That is until Seven Sutter careens back into her life.  

Seven Sutter, the girl who had it all in high school. Now, here she is at the same college as Dove, in two of the same classes no less. Seven Sutter, who Dove has been paired with for a semester-long partnership. Oh, and Seven is now living down the hall from Dove. Because of course. 

Dove braces herself for disaster, but what she doesn’t expect is to find Seven off-the-charts sexy. And interesting. And not the evil monster she always made her out to be. She’s just as driven as Dove, determined to have a goth café, filled with skull cookies and drinks named after dead people. Dove’s opinions of Seven start to change. Those opinions turn into something else: a crush. A big, life-altering one. 

Can Dove let their history go and give herself permission to fall for the girl with the killer brown eyes who makes the best chocolate chip cookies in the world?

©2018 Chelsea M. Cameron (P)2019 Chelsea M. Cameron

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  • Joakim Persson
  • 30-01-2019

Sweet indeed!

I really enjoyed this audio book, really cute & sweet, but still a pretty mature story.
Dove and Seven might seems like an odd couple to begin with, but this is not really an element of the book,
instead their obstacle is their shared past.
It's a heartwarming tale of two girls coming to terms with them self, as well as their perception of each other.

I really liked Triya Leongs performance, I will definitely not hesitate to pickup any books read by her in the future.
My only complaint, and it's a real small one. The voice she does for Seven. Majority of the time, she does a real wonderful, low, shy and slightly insecure voice.
But towards the end, at times, she does Seven voice a bit different, maybe in a attempt to make her sound more secure.
Her voice turn a bit to thick for my liking, kind of reminded me of how female readers often do male voices.
It didn't really impact my enjoyment at all, it was just a minor thing I noticed.