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Xeni: A Marriage of Inconvenience

Loose Ends, Series 2
Narrated by: Antony Ferguson
Series: Loose Ends Series, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

She just wanted to claim her inheritance. What she got was a husband...

Xeni Everly-Wilkins has 10 days to clean out her recently departed aunt's massive colonial in Upstate New York. With the feud between her mom and her sisters still raging even in death, she knows this will be no easy task, but when the will is read Xeni quickly discovers the decades old drama between the former R&B singers is just the tip of the iceberg.

The secrets, lies, and a crap ton of cash spilled on her lawyer's conference room table all come with terms and conditions. Xeni must marry before she can claim the estate that will set her up for life and her aunt has just the groom in mind. The ruggedly handsome and deliciously thick Scotsman who showed up at her aunt's memorial, bagpipes at the ready.

When his dear friend and mentor Sable Everly passed away, Mason McInroy knew she would leave a sizable hole in his heart. He never imagined she'd leave him more than enough money to settle the debt that's keeping him from returning home to Scotland.

With no choice but to say I do, the unlikely pair try to make the best of a messy situation. They had no plans to actually fall in love.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Rebekah Weatherspoon (P)2020 Tantor

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  • madison
  • 21-03-2020

Be Aware.....the hero is bisexual!

Now for some of you this is okay. if that is your thing that is your business. But there are those of us who choose to read books that have specifically heterosexual characters. Maybe I missed this information when I read the recap of the book but if I didn't miss it then I would prefer any writer let me know upfront if your character, your main character that is, is anything other than heterosexual. This is my preference. I refuse to apologize for it.

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  • AudioBookHoe
  • 30-03-2020

Solid read but needed more.

I usually love RW books but I’m not so sure I can add this to my list of favorites. The thing is, the book wasn’t even bad. It’s suoer tropish and all the tropes features are ones I adored! But the main issue was that it was boring🤦🏿‍♀️ The new wave is fluff and this was definitely that but idk, I like my romances with tons of conflict and this just reminded me of Rafe(another book I didn’t love but didn’t hate). Nothing was going on long enough to hold my interest and it took me a lot longer to read than any of her other titles. What I will say is I loved that both characters were bi and that the main heroine was a black witch! That’s awesome bc I come from a line of brujas and rarely read books about witches in modern time. I also loved the pegging! Very sex positive and sweet! #makepeggingmainstream All in all, I’d read anything Rebekah writes! I just need some more conflict next time. And to the reviewer who’s ignorant enough to post about the bisexual hero being an issue for her, ignore that. I legit can’t wait until ignorant ppl like that evaporate off the face of this planet!

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  • Michelle M.
  • 17-06-2020

Hot sexy and lovely

The reader did an amazing Scottish accent that made the book even hotter. The characters were strong self sufficient people who found themselves in vulnerable situations and I enjoyed their journey together. The lead male was a perfect strong but caring man. And Xeni herself was confident and strong. Everything I like in both male and female leads. I enjoyed the caring and sweetly consensual sex and their banter was hilarious. I know some people like more conflict but I really enjoyed a story of two people being able to honestly express what they desire from each other without all the silly head games. This book was fantastic and I have recommended it to my book group and my husband. I will definitely be reading it again as well as more books by this author. Ps. I very much enjoyed the honest conversation about bisexuality. It was a very small part of the book but I felt seen and it only made me love the characters more.

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  • BWI
  • 30-03-2020

YAAAAAASSSS!!!!

We met Xeni in the first book of this series called 'Rafe: A Buff Male Nanny'. Xeni made an impression on me in the first book and I was hoping she would get her own story. I like that she owns her strengths and weaknesses and she doesn't play games with the hero or his family. She's a handful, but not in a bad way. And Mason? Goodness, he is too hot for words. And the narrator played all the primary and secondary characters with perfection. So...next one is coming when? *rubs hands together*

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  • Liz
  • 16-06-2020

A thoroughly enjoyable read

I preordered this audiobook as I loved Rafe and had been eagerly awaiting this book. Many friends of my had read it before the audiobook came out and had said it was awesome. I love a good fake relationship trope and I love the journey this book takes you on. This journey is predominately internal to both Xeni and Mason, but the development of the characters is well done. Also the sex is super hot! It has both pegging and squirting, so if that’s not your thing you probably wouldn’t enjoy the sex scenes. But as I love the representation of a Bi hero and the conversations they have about sexual needs I saw the pegging as a natural expression of that and I was here for it. All around this was a very enjoyable read.

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  • Angelia
  • 09-08-2020

bisexual sex, terminated pregnancy, turn off;

Story line started off great, author lost me with bisexual sex scene and mention of miscarriage and terminated pregnancies. too raw, didn't finish book. Views to conventional... not romantic.

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  • I. King
  • 24-04-2020

Problem with Bi Hero

I don't know why the H being bisexual was even in the story or why it was important, but it pushed the story from better than good to problematic for me. I like thoroughly masculine, heterosexual men in my fantasy love life (which, let's face it, is what romance novels are), and this made me lose respect for the H. I don't even care about the kink, He was passionate about Xeni, but real life says that if a man sleeps with other men and considers himself bisexual, there will be problems in the future. A big dose of reality in the middle of fantasy. No bueno. I don't see an HEA there. Otherwise, even with her you-need-a-programme-to-follow-the-characters family life, the story was pretty interesting. As far as the h being a witch, well, that was a little eye-rolling but it fit in the story okay. I make no apologies for preferring men (even fantasy men) with an exit-only back door.

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