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Publisher's Summary

Matt Reed is hiding...from his fans...from his past...from a failure too painful to contemplate.
Most of all, Matt is hiding from himself.
Vivienne Forrester is a woman who gives her all...to her friends and family...to her online food blog...to the man she loves.
Vivienne will try anything and everything to coax Matt out of his self-imposed exile. But for this to work, Matt is going to have to meet her halfway.
©2017 Samantha Chase (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By KindleBabe on 06-15-18

It Was Okay

I was pleasantly surprised this turned out to be duet narration, my favorite narration style. I really liked the way it was scripted, but I didn't love Kipiniak's voice, especially when he did Matt's voice. I loved Motyka's voice, and I liked the way Kipiniak did some of the other male voices.

I love rockstar romances, but I felt this one wasn't very well researched. The author didn't seem to realize that in the music business, agents and managers are not the same thing. They have different jobs, especially in California where this band resided. Mick starts off as an agent but ends the story as a manager. No, his job didn't change. I think the author forgot he was the band's agent and didn't really know the difference between the two. At the beginning, he is really doing the job of the band's manager despite begin referred to as an agent, but he's not doing it very well. He treats the band members atrociously, as though they work for him, not the other way around. All I kept thinking was that they're a huge band who's been famous for ten years, and he treats them like that? Like they're children? They should fire him and hire someone who treats them with respect.

Then it jumps ahead two years to the present. I wanted more details from those two years. The story got better, and I really liked the ending, but it dragged in places and was pretty predictable.

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