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Take Me to the Good Parts of This Book
Warning: The Good Parts Might Be Explicit
- Flirty Banter
- Andrea feigns innocence…
- Sexual Tension
- Kendall can only think of Andrea's amazing kissing.
- Andrea tries to go slow, but she just wants more.
- Hot Hot Hot
- Kendall describes exactly what she'd do to Andrea.
- It Might Be Love
- Should Kendall try to take things to the next level?
Enter Kendall Foster, the distractingly attractive woman in charge of sales for her family's local microbrewery and somebody who wants very much to get her beer onto Hagan's shelves. A decision that happens to be Andrea's. The physical attraction is immediate and hard to resist, but Andrea doesn't need a complication like Kendall in her life, not when she's rocketing toward predictable security.
But Kendall is fun. And smart. And oh, so sexy. Can she convince Andrea that her rather flat, flavorless life could be way better with just a little bit of spice?
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By Jargon on 04-05-16
great standard romance
This was a standard f/f romance with the usual plot devices and conclusions. it's an easy and enjoyable read with a great narrator who brought the charters and emotions alive. my only problem with the story came near the end. spoiler alert. I really didn't like the fact that Kendall was vilified for doing the right thing and absolutely zero blame was put on Andrea for not fighting for their relationship at all. she just throws her hands up in a huff and storms out. I mean if I were Kendall and that had just happened I would have felt like Andrea put no real value on their relationship. at least Andrea cared enough to try to do the right thing. sorry for getting on my soap box.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
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By Frankimunk on 02-10-16
Neither great nor bad. A predictable women's romance that won't have you reaching for tissues, yet again once they have become a couple the book ends-do authors never consider that having listened to the build up and get together, we might like to know how the relationship succeeds without having to assume it, no deep emotion is delved into, no explicit scenes will move you, but you won't be waiting for it to end as with similar novels in this calibre and genre. It is what it is. It's not going to move you like Carol, or have you laughing like Gravity between us, but it's not the worst I've heard.
Has a few less of the ridiculous women's names so prevalent in modern novels which helps.
A one time is enough listen. Adequate.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Chantelle D. on 05-31-18
Really well written and narrated. Lovely and easy listen which leaves you wanting more. I also loved the overlay of old characters from the author’s previous book.