Don't Judge Me

  • by Sylvie Fox
  • Narrated by Michael T. Bradley
  • 8 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

So far, Raphael Augustine's ten year career as a comedian consists of a lot of ones: one night gigs, one night stands, and one night in jail. But he's committed to inking a successful TV deal, nonetheless. He's not looking for a relationship and certainly doesn't expect to have his briefs tied in a knot by a prim and proper woman from Connecticut.
There's not much to laugh about in Daisy Fletcher's life. She never thought an Ivy League degree would land her work as an adult webmaster. Years later, fake chat room dates are her only companions, and a failing business her reward. Her father always told her men only want one thing. By selling that one thing to virtual customers, she's lost faith in the opposite sex.
After Daisy catches Raphael's shirt during a striptease at a gay bar, she's tempted. Can a rakish comic change Daisy's ideas about love and fortune?

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Great book but....

I enjoyed the story, I did not enjoy the narration on the audiobook. I actually stopped and bought the eBook to finish it.

The story had a very different direction and I liked that. I didn't really like Raphael but honestly I think that may have stemmed from the narration too. He's a comedian but he was never really funny to me. I enjoyed Daisy, I loved her job and the way she reacted to Raphael. I think she needed to get better people in her life, her BFF Nari was mean and bossy.

The story was very well written, and I did like it, I just know I would have like it more if I had read it. I do not want to seem like I'm bashing the narrator because his Rafe voice was good, if a little dry. The problem was when he read the female parts, men should not try to sound like women during narration, it never works. His voice for Daisy's mom was so bad that was when I finally couldn't listen anymore. I think this would have been a lot better if it had dual narration or if the story had been read by a female. I was surprised by the male narration because I think the story was told more from Daisy's POV then Rafe's.

In the end I give the story 4 stars for the good writing, unusual characters and fun subjects. I would recommend reading this book.
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- Cyndi Marie "Addicted to any type of Romance/Erotica audio books."

Good Story, Not good Narration

I enjoyed the story, I did not enjoy the narration on the audiobook. I actually stopped and bought the eBook to finish it.

The story had a very different direction and I liked that. I didn't really like Raphael but honestly I think that may have stemmed from the narration too. He's a comedian but he was never really funny to me. I enjoyed Daisy, I loved her job and the way she reacted to Raphael. I think she needed to get better people in her life, her BFF Nari was mean and bossy.

The story was very well written, and I did like it, I just know I would have like it more if I had read it. I do not want to seem like I'm bashing the narrator because his Rafe voice was good, if not a little dry. The problem was when he read the female parts, men should not try to sound like women during narration, it never works. His voice for Daisy's mom was so bad that was when I finally couldn't listen anymore. I think this would have been a lot better if it had dual narration or if the story had been read by a female. I was surprised by the male narration because I think the story was told more from Daisy's POV then Rafe's.

In the end I give the story 4 stars for the good writing, unusual characters and fun subjects. I would recommend reading this book.
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- Cyndi Marie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-07-2015
  • Publisher: Penner Media Group, LLC