• Meet Me in the Middle

  • By: Yvonne Heidt
  • Narrated by: Leslie McDonel
  • Length: 7 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 03-15-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sapphire Books Publishing
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.2 (36 ratings)

Regular price: $19.95

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Publisher's Summary

Veterinarian Aislin O'Shea runs a busy clinic. She wasn't looking for a relationship. She’d already had the perfect one. She certainly wasn't attracted to fancy pants executive, Ms. Zane Whitman -- she wasn't her type.
Zane Whitman had it all. Stellar career, wealth, exclusive social circle, and models vying for her attention. Impulsive, emotionally charged Aislin was not her type. 
Two women from the opposite side of the tracks. 
Neither one expects meddling from an unexpected source on the Other side.
Neither one knows the train is coming. 
©2017-2025 Sapphire Books Publishing (P)2018 Sapphire Books Publishing
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3 out of 5 stars
By Mrs. NY on 05-07-18

Overall Decent Book!

The book was interesting. I liked the love story but I felt like I had several schizophrenic moments throughout the book. Although the narration was ok, there were many times I was confused at which character was talking and exactly when different thoughts transitioned. This all detracted from the book for me. This feeling bled right into the characters as well, as they were also twitchy and flip flopping all over the place. I almost got annoyed going thru the book but stuck with it. Overall, the book had lots of potential to be better, but decent in the end.

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4 out of 5 stars
By 'Nathan on 04-24-18

A fun clash of characters

This was really fun, had a thread of klutzy meet-cute throughout that I really got a chuckle out of, and the inclusion of a dash of the paranormal—our heroines are watched over by the women in their lives who loved them and have since passed on—was right up my alley.

Zane is confident, secure, meticulous. She's a wealthy woman from a wealthy family who is a lawyer and knows she has to be 110% to measure up to her role. She likes to keep things clear and predictable: including the supermodels she dates, knowing full well they're mostly in it for the connections and networking she can offer as a member of the elites.

Aislin is a wee Irish hurricane. She's a veterinarian, and her life is generally more-or-less chaos. Her family is incredibly loud, but down-to-earth and super-caring, and if it wasn't for them, she'd never have made it though the loss of her previous love, Shannon. That it's time for Aislin to potentially move on hasn't really occurred to her, but with some preternatural help from Shannon, Aislin's grandmother, and Zane's mother, a nudge puts the two women on a collision course.

And boy do they collide.

The will-they, won't-they of Meet Me in the Middle is relentless. Aislin doesn't trust well. Zane doesn't compromise well. They both are quick to temper and have many assumptions about each other to work through. Honestly, at one point I wanted to smack each of them. Okay, at least at one point. But they're fun, the cast of characters (and especially animals) around them was a joy, and I liked the scheming ex as a hurdle, too. Their characters made sense, even as they made me want to screech at them.

I listened to this on audiobook, and for the most part it was decent. There were a couple of odd pronunciations (literally a couple: poultice and mistrial) where I had to stop and make the book jump back thirty seconds. Pull-tease? Mystery-al? Other than that, it was good, characterizations were on, and the variation in voice performance never held any confusions over who was speaking, which I love.

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