Incredible You:

  • by Lili Valente
  • Narrated by Tyler Donne, Summer Roberts
  • 7 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From the USA Today best-selling author of Magnificent Bastard comes a sexy, flirty, dirty standalone...on ice.
They say Jake "The Dragon" Falcone earned his nickname by setting fire to the ice his first season in the NHL. But just between us ladies, I'm pretty sure he earned it for the dragon in his pants.
From my first hug as his fake girlfriend, it's clear he's packing below the belt. After a few fake dates I realize he's packing...everywhere. Heart, brains, sex-vibe, a killer sense of humor - Jake is everything I've ever wanted in a man.
He's also my client and off limits. Oh, and he has a crazy ex who's out for my blood.
I should steer clear, and I would, if my dragon weren't so completely incredible...
The name sounded like a joke. Who in his right mind wants a "Miraculous Mess" running damage control on his f--ked up love life?
But by the time I leave her apartment on day one, I'm hooked on this sexy blonde. I want all of her - from the smart mouth that makes me smile, to the wounded heart I know I can heal.
But can a Madison Avenue princess and a man from the wrong side of the tracks live happily ever after?
Warning: Incredible You is a standalone romantic comedy told from both the hero and heroine's point of view.


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Customer Reviews

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Fun, Entertaining, and Sexy!

This story is a stand alone; however, it takes place after Magnificent Bastard, and Spectacular Rascal, but could easily be listened to as a stand alone. If you have not listened to either Magnificent Bastard or Spectacular Rascal, I highly recommend listening to them first to get a better appreciation for Magnificent Bastard Consulting and what they do.

After listening to the first two stories, I was so excited to hear Increditble You, but didn't feel this story was as good as the first two. I loved it was told from both the H/h POV's but didn't feel it was as funny as the first two. The plot was solid with drama and suspense, but it's an insta-love story.

Shane Willoughby has been hired by Magnificent Bastard Consulting to be the first female interventionist, also known as Miraculous Mess. Her first client is Jake (The Dragon) Falcone, a hockey player who's crazy ex has turned into a stalker. After a bad breakup, Jake is being accused of chocking his ex which is also giving him bad publicity. He hires Magnificent Bastard Consulting to help him with his image and to convince his ex he's moved on and is in a new relationship. Shane was skeptical about taking on Jake's case, but after meeting him, the sparks fly and she's convinced he's not guilty; however, his ex will go to great lengths to get him back.

There's a lot of attraction, chemisty and banter between Sane and Jake which was hot but things get real, real quick! While this was my least favorite in the series, it was still a great story and worth a credit!

The narration was good. Tyler and Summer both did an great job on the characters!
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- Cheri

Review: Incredible You

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Absolutely - I would definitely recommend this book to a friend (and have).

What did you like best about this story?

My favorite part of this story was the characters. Jake is a REALLY private hockey player - so while he is aggressive on the ice he doesn't get in fights, while he is a famous person he doesn't flaunt it or do anything to become tabloid fodder. Shane is also a VERY private person. She has a painful past and huge responsibility now. She opens herself up to Jake and is surprised by how well they mesh.

What about Tyler Donne and Summer Roberts ’s performance did you like?

Everything - their voices portrayed the characters well and embodied the emotions correctly and perfectly.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I think I did - or at least in one day.

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- Lisa Hines

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-19-2016
  • Publisher: Self Taught Ninja