Happy Endings

  • by Chantel Rhondeau
  • Narrated by Chad C. Martin
  • 6 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Handsome, wealthy Quinn McCallister is the most eligible bachelor on McCallister's Paradise. Making his family's island resort a success is all that matters to this workaholic. Everything changes when he meets the beautiful new massage therapist.
Larissa Benner may have survived cancer, but its aftermath left plenty of problems besides the ever-looming fear of relapse. Her family nearly went bankrupt paying for her previous treatment. She desperately needs the full-time therapist position on the island and the benefits that come with it. The last thing she wants is problems with her boss, or a complicated office romance.
It's hard for her to resist Quinn's charms -- or his passionate side. However, Quinn is married to his job. The choice between love and work is tough for him to juggle and has Larissa scared. If the cancer recurs, would he leave her to face it alone?


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A dream job at an island resort? A hunk of hot man who just happens to run the whole thing with his family? Count me in! I needed something light to read, and Happy Endings fit the bill! There's some light drama, some conflict, and some steamy (but not too spicy, if you know what I mean) love scenes. All in all, a perfect book for the beach, or cuddled near the fireplace. Definitely looking forward to more in this series! Well done by the narrator, too!
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- erobbins33

I want to live at McCallister's Paradise!

I received a free copy of this audiobook for an unbiased review.

Overall: I loved the book (and have come to love the rest of the series).

Performance: When I first signed up to listen to the audiobook, I had not realized it was Chad C. Martin's first narration. I had already read the book, and about a half hour in, I was a bit worried that, despite being a big fan of McCallister's Paradise, he was going to lose me...but then something changed. You can hear him growing more confident and less robotic as the book continues. I am now looking forward to the chance to hear him narrate other books in the future.

Story: I know this is the first book in a series, and so meeting the other characters were important. I'm looking forward to learning more about each of the McCallister siblings throughout the series.

Watching Quinn change as he acknowledged his growing feelings for Larissa was definitely my favorite part of the book. Being in love, for better or worse, is about finding someone who makes you want to be the best possible version of yourself. Even the most successful and put together people need someone who holds a mirror up to them and says "This is what you really are" and it felt like that's what Larissa was for him.

Janie was my other favorite character. That best friend who won't back down when they're concerned...everyone needs one. Especially when they're also wild and free.

Felt as though the ending...was sort of rushed. Yes, it concluded everything, but it could have been just a bit longer. At the same time, I know it's part of a series and I hope there'll be more to the story.

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- Jennifer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-04-2017
  • Publisher: Chantel Rhondeau