New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Lori Foster is also the recipient of a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for her sizzling contemporary romances.
In Getting Rowdy, charismatic bar owner Rowdy Yates has his eye on Avery Mullins, the gorgeous waitress he's just hired. When she rebuffs his advances, Rowdy starts to suspect something in Avery's past is making her distant. He's determined to uncover her secret, while she's intent on ignoring her attraction to him. But when her past comes calling, Avery seeks safety in Rowdy's passionate embrace.
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Rowdy the Ultimate alpha male !
Lori Foster is an expert in drawing you into a story from the very first sentence. Like all of her wonderful books the story centres around a Charming protective and Sexy as Hell Alpha male. Rowdy is the ultimate in male perfection.....
Avery spends her nights working for tips… and trying to forget the secret Rowdy is determined to unearth. But when history threatens to repeat itself, Avery grows to rely on Rowdy’s protective presence. As the sparks between them ignite, she will be forced to choose between the security she’s finally found… and the passion she’s always wanted.
- karen "Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books"
NOT MS FOSTER'S BEST
We, meaning Ms. Foster's fans, have been waiting a long time for Rowdy's story and I was very excited to see it finally appear. So-o-o-o disappointed. With all of the other stories there was so much more to keep one on the edge of their seat rather it be suspense, drama, chemistry between characters, or just waiting to see what happens next.
This was so predictable and yet unpredictable. Unpredictable because I kept waiting for the big drama, the "hold your breath" suspense and it never materialized.
I think that Rowdy and Avery's story was ok but I wouldn't say interesting.
Monotone, inflection-less, drab
I was hoping that with the introduction of a new character, i.e., Canon, that I would be looking forward to either his or Dash's story, but I'm not sure now.
I was so excited about this story that I kept looking at Lori Foster's website to see when "Getting Rowdy" would be coming out; I won't be doing that with the next books in this series and it is my hope that another male narrator, one more suited to changing his tones and inflection when appropriate would be chosen.
Sorry, Ms. Foster, this one just didn't do it for me. Also I would hope that whoever does the pairing of narrator to book would take into consideration the reputation of the author and her work before choosing a narrator that cannot enhance the dramatization of the story.