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By Yvette on 10-16-14
A Nice Novel for "in Between" the turbulent ones
This is an enjoyable audiobook. It took me a bit to get used to Aletha George's voice, as it's different, but overall I thought her performance was good. Now, regarding Nelson Hobbs, well I freaken love his gorgeous voice, but he only performs for the epilogue at the end.
This story is a familiar one. A beautiful young woman (Hayley Grace), who recently graduated, has a chance encounter with a handsome, self-made millionaire (Daniel Stark) that sets them on a course of no return in the journey toward love. Even though it was a familiar story, I did enjoy the variations that strayed away from the typical. For example, it seems like so many heroines in these type of novels don't realize their own beauty and ALWAYS overly admire the beauty and lack of inhibitions of a best friend (who always seem to have green eyes). Well, Hayley does have a best friend with green eyes, who is beautiful, but I did like that Hayley does seem to have a good handle on her own beauty as well, and didn't overly dramatize the best friend's qualities as they were both pretty equal. Plus, add to that Ian,a gay model who is also a bestie, and you have a very fun trio of friends who serve as Hayley's support group.
Hayley's not shy when it comes to men, in fact, she's used to dropping them like flies when it's necessary. She's not one to commit, or form emotional attachments until Daniel Stark, that is. Oh Daniel Stark, he's tall, blonde, has tattoos, gorgeous body, and well even his scars are appealing. [on a side note, I should add that the cover model doesn't really match with the hero described in the book. The cover model seems to have darker features than the book hero--that was weird, but hey whose complaining?] Daniel's also somewhat of a workaholic with a temper who Hayley likes to peg as having a "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hide" temperament. Oh my goodness, that is one thing that I LOVED about their relationship, both Haley and Daniel are funny! They flirt like crazy and share awesome banter between the two. It's evident that Hayley's witty humor really does something to Daniel...perhaps she inspires the unexpected.
So, take a trip on this Daniel and Hayley ride. I enjoyed it. I think this is a good book to read/listen when you're in between more turbulent, angsty reads. Both Daniel and Hayley definitely have things to work out in their relationship, but everything is pretty low on the angst part. This didn't seem like a complete book to me, but more like a volume I, as there is a cliffy at the end. You have to push through to the next book in order to continue and finish this saga.
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By Candateshia Pafford on 09-17-14
Extremely well written
Wow.. this was so good. I seriously waited until book 2 came out because of all of the reviews and I am so glad I did.. this was pretty darn good.
Stark is just a good fun time...but that darn cliffhanger ending had me on pins and needles. Glad I moved right on to book 2. I must say after listening to this.. i find I totally like the competely arrogant CEO dominating men types! They are like the perfect book lovers. Stark is by far on of the best...he is up there with Grey and Cross!
Well worth a credit or sale... its a bit pricey over 10 bucks so I wouldn't buy... but yest to credit!
Narration was not actually dual... Which I loved... it was mainly read by George...with the eppy by Nobbs at the end of the book. All in all narration was pretty good too.
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By Astar on 04-04-16
Wish I had not wasted my time reading half a book!
I disliked the book finishing halfway through.
I did not know it was part one of a book!
I felt the story was stretched out and after I found out it was only part one I realised this was why.
By haley on 01-07-15
takes its time to get there but does in the end. it a simple bit love girl girl loves boy refreshing and soppy a delightful read.