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Lila Stephens hasn't had the best past. In fact, it has been downright traumatic. After the death of her beloved grandmother, she picks up her life and moves to Brooklyn, NY to build a new life for herself. She's given up on the notion of love and is content living alone with her Beagle.
Lila attends a party thrown by her best friend, Tori, who just happens to be the wife of Ferrum guitarist Matty Tabor. As she's ready to leave, a drunken man runs into her, sending her falling into the arms of Ash London. Will she stay there where it's warm and comforting, or will she flee as her past threatens to taint any hope of happiness for the two of them?
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By Jen Zingaro on 09-14-16
Loved this couple.
Would you listen to Take Me On again? Why?
Sure. I really enjoyed the story.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I would have to say that I really liked both Ash and Lila.
What does Joel Froomkin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He is really able to do a woman's voice quite well. I've heard a couple of his audiobooks and have always enjoyed them.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No extreme reactions. More like anxiety to find out what happens next. ;)
Any additional comments?
Cant wait for the second part to be available.
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By Jennifer hutson on 08-16-16
love this story it's super cute. it is about a rock star and a cpa who Fall in love. now just like every romantic book there are some struggles and some things that keep them from falling in love. I do have to say the name of the main character is Lila and every time I heard her name it made me think of the song hey there Delilah... lol anyways love love love this book can't wait to see what happens to them in the squel take me home. I also have to say that the narrator of the book is a man and his voices for the characters are kind of weird. like I couldn't tell if it was a male or female for the female character but if you can get past that it's a great book.