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I am a sucker for Jana Aston, her quirky humor and her dirty dirty sex scenes. If you haven't listened to her Wrong series, add them to your TBL now! Sure Thing is written in her same hysterical fashion that keeps you laughing throughout and identifying with every self-conscious and insecure moment the heroine has. Her audiobooks always can lift my spirits with their hilarity and man, are they ever HOT! They're never super angsty while still pulling your heartstrings, and unpredictable. I loved the main characters with their flaws and insecurities that make them human.
Erin Mallon is absolutely one of my all time favorite voice actors and her performances on Jana Aston's audiobooks are perfection. Perfect casting, excellent range with all her characters and her male voice remains the most realistic I've ever heard in romance audio. Jason Clarke is a new listen for me - in this accent at least! Holy British hotness! I've heard him with an American accent and his Brit accent had me fooled into checking that he was the same voice actor. He is smooth without being posh (a prerequisite for me with British accents) and brings Jennings to life.
Overall, I can't recommend this audio enough. It will keep you laughing, swooning, and, er excited in all the best ways! #auralfixation
17 of 17 people found this review helpful
I love this story I thought it was great sweet Charming sexy steamy and hot. about two characters who meet at a bar and a hotel they are both have a secret and to frayed or just can't say the truth. it was very cute and funny. this is my fourth book from Jane Aston the narrator's did a great job even the accent I actually enjoyed it. I hope to hear the story about the sister I'm sure I will so excited for the Nextbook. this is not an cliffhanger
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
This is a funny yet sweet audiobook from the very talented Jana Aston.
The narrators were excellent and the story was engaging.
I liked the ending. However it was my least favourite Jana Aston book. I almost stopped listening half way through but pushed on due to love of the author. Not a keeper for me. Character connection just missing something.