Love Thy Neighbor : Friend-Zoned

  • by Belle Aurora
  • Narrated by Eleanor Gwyn, Douglas Berger
  • Series: Friend-Zoned
  • 9 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Second book in the Friend-Zoned series
Asher "Ghost" Collins and Natalie Kovac shared a passionate night together. One neither of them can forget. Why is it so hard for them to be around each other? With no hope of the two getting along, they decide to go their separate ways. And somehow end up closer than they've ever been. Will friendship ever be enough for the pair?
Note: This book contains uncomfortable situations, including domestic violence.


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Customer Reviews

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The Narrator totally ruined this story!

What did you like best about Love Thy Neighbor? What did you like least?

The story line was great ..... not realistic in the long run .. kind of rushed toward the end I thought .... but it was a fun listen overall. Ms. Gwyn was too carefree with her narration... he continued upbeat performance when the character was thinking to herself almost drove me crazy. If it had be performed in the right manner I think the little comments would of been funny.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

It ended as it should with a HEA.

Would you be willing to try another one of Eleanor Gwyn and Douglas Berger ’s performances?

I will very definitely hesitate and LISTEN before buying anything that Ms. Gwyn narrates.

What would have made this romance irresistible?

A different female narrator.

Any additional comments?

I am sure that Ms. Gwyn is a talented performer, however this book was not one she should count as a success in her career.

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- Denise

Better than the first

Love thy neighbor is the second book in the friend zone series but could be read as a stand-alone. Honestly, I wish I would have skipped the first book and went straight into this one. Ghost\Asher and Nat were more interesting to me than the previous couple. The dialogue was better but still hilarious. There is a fair amount of angst and sexual tension. I fell in love Asher; it was nice seeing his character come out of his shell, even though he screws up. The only thing that bothered me was the ending. It felt a bit rushed and not thought out.

Douglas Berger was great. Eleanor Gwyn was.... more tolerable than before but I'm still not a fan. I kind of wished they would have gotten another female narrator.
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- Danni

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-08-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios