Ray of Light : Ray

  • by E. L. Todd
  • Narrated by Michael Ferraiuolo, Samantha Cook
  • Series: Ray
  • 6 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

My brother is an idiot. He won the lottery and invested all of his money in a run-down bowling alley. Since he's barely making it, he moved in with me.
Having him around the house isn't the worst thing in the world, but he does make a mess like nobody's business. My friends Zeke, Jessie, and Kayden keep me sane but there's only so much they can do.
And it's definitely not the worst thing in the world when his old friend, Ryker, moves to town.
The second I lay eyes on him, I'm hot under the collar. He makes my body burn in longing and freeze in desperation at the exact same time. When he talks, I don't listen to anything he says because I'm staring at that hard jaw and those kissable lips like I already own them.
But he's a bed hopper. A playboy. A heartbreaker.
I'm all down for some hot, sweaty, yummy sex even if it doesn't have a fairytale ending. I've been down that road before. I know the drill. But with Ryker, it's different.
Because I know I'll fall in love with him.
For now, I'll steer clear of him and keep my hands to myself. It can't be that hard, right?
Or can it?


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Customer Reviews

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Cringe worthy

I feel a sense of duty to write a review of this supposed Rom-Com. The onion reference comes to mind not in reference of its depth but more to its many smelly layers. Besides the fact that most of the characters have dog names, there was nothing romantic or comedic about a group of 16 year olds apparently trapped in the bodies of adults (absolutely no depth or maturity in any of the characters).
The sex obsessed, man-child character Ryker had no redeemable qualities apart from his bulging biceps and sizable paycheck. The heroine of the novel seems cringingly naive in her pursuit of a "real" relationship. At one point even referencing his ardent desire to have unprotected sex as an expression that he must really love her.
Peeling more layers back, I listened to this book on Audible. The male narrator's many voice inflections were pretty much the only comic relief of this whole experience. Seriously, thank you for that. It made the listening somewhat amusing.

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- Leah


Any additional comments?

This was an interesting listen. You would think that the male narrator would be the love interest but it was her brothers perspevtive which made it different. I enjoyed this story and I am thankful that there are four more books and I don't have to worry about cliffhangers. Good Listen 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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- Deedra

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-29-2016
  • Publisher: E. L. Todd Books