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Publisher's Summary

From the moment Amanda Perkins first laid eyes on bachelor number five on her favorite dating show, she knew it was love at first sight. Handsome, smart, and kind, Grant Hutchinson is everything she's ever dreamed of in a man. The problem? She's not a contestant. And she lives halfway across the country. These small details aren't about to stop Amanda who will do whatever it takes to win her man.
This novel is part of Kenneth Rosenberg's Bachelor Series about a group of young professionals living in the same Hollywood apartment building. These books may be heard in any order. The series includes:

The Extra
Bachelor Number Five
Bachelor Number Nine
Bachelor of Arts

©2015 Kenneth Rosenberg (P)2015 Kenneth Rosenberg
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By Verdell82 on 06-29-16

Do not buy audible narration

The audible narration ruins this book. Text to speech is better on my kindle. The narration sounds like it was recorded on a hand recorder or on a car phones Bluetooth. The re recording sounds distant. The narrator also is very rigid and not relaxed. It felt scripted.

The story is cute but narration is awful. Buy the kindle book if you want to read it.

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By Jen Quinn on 05-25-16

The narration ruins this story

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

The narrator reads this story like she is auditioning for a stage play. She enunciates in an unnatural fashion, and adds "H" sounds all over the place. (For example, she just said "9 hay-em") It reminds me of the way the hookah-smoking caterpillar in Alice In Wonderland spoke. It's super frustrating. She doesn't speak at all like a 20-something from Iowa. She sounds more like Eliza Doolittle trying to impress Henry Higgins with her new-found diction skills!

What did you like best about this story?

I like the story itself, I read the book before I listened to the narration. I actually like the second story (Piper's story) better

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