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I'm not a philosophical kind of bloke, but I know something about luck. A childhood on the wrong side of advantage will teach you that. It's all a matter of chance. It's both your circumstances and the chances you take. So I've always been a gambler and a ladies man - they love me and I love them. Now I've found one like no other - an American, Allison Wright. When I met her, the fates were on my side, but too soon I learned the odds were against me.
©2014 Mary Whitney (P)2015 Mary Whitney
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amanda on 12-16-16

Highly Enjoyable!

The story was good. To me it seemed a bit realistic which I loved. Will M. Watt did an excellent job narrating. This was a first for the author and narrator. Well worth the credit.

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2 out of 5 stars
By JustmeL on 10-07-16

Heroine is far too RIGHTEOUS

Let me 1st say the heroine was too much. She was indecisive , judgemental , & indignant about absolutely everything. The Hero deserves better. He came off as desperate and needy . the herione didn't seem to reciprocate those feelings. The heroine was suppose to be in her mid 30's but came off like she just graduated college. Maybe had the author made her younger he actions would be more acceptable. As For the writting it was okay. I just didnt care for the way the author made the Hero the only person with issues. The heroine eventually did apologize for leading him on but it was far too late at that point for me. I wished he didn't forgive her ao easily. some groveling from the herione would have made it easier for the listener to accept the reconciliation.
The heroine was suppose to be this professional uptight naive women, which for me was a complete put off. i found myself rolling my eyes a few times at her parts. it was like being lectured by your mom .
As to the narration it was okay, nothing to complain about. The epilogue was not that great. I didnt like the HEA it seemed to fit into the heroines version of HEA not so much the Hero. All i have to say is out of 3 not one Boy.. really!
I will not be listening again.

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