Tease Me, Baby : O'Connor Family

  • by Katie Reus
  • Narrated by Sophie Eastlake
  • Series: O'Connor Family
  • 2 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

She never wanted perfection, but that's what she finds.
Pastry chef Fallon O'Connor is torn between her dreams and her obligations. Right before she reluctantly sets off for a degree she doesn't want, she's reeling from a mind-blowing encounter with Mr. Perfect. But one sexy, toe-curling kiss isn't nearly enough when a Boy Scout like Sheriff Fulton lights her fire.
After one delectable taste, he's never letting her go.
Brad Fulton would do anything for more time with Fallon. After all, he's wanted a chance with her ever since she moved back to town. And just when things start to heat up, Fallon starts packing her bags - for a future without him. Now, it's up to Brad to show Fallon that everything she's ever wanted is right in Holly, North Carolina. But can Fallon trust her heart enough to stay?

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A wonderful low-angst romance!!!!!

What made the experience of listening to Tease Me, Baby the most enjoyable?

The experience of listening to Tease Me, Baby was so enjoyable due to the whole package which included the well-plotted storyline, the believable and likable characters, the small-town setting of Holly, North Carolina where it is Christmas year-round and the very capable performance of Sophie Eastlake. It's simply a wonderful low-angst romance.


Who was your favorite character and why?

My favorite character was hot alpha Brad Fulton, small-town Holly’s Sheriff.Brad is a respected, responsible, Captain America type and Fallon believes she’s not good enough for him. But, as Brad said so well: "Maybe I’m not the Boy Scout you think I am."

Brad knows that Fallon is the woman for him but she’s avoiding him like the plague. He thinks she and her career can thrive in Holly with him and that she doesn’t need a culinary degree as she’s already an accomplished chef and can be successful without it. But, not only does he have to convince Fallon that her future is in Holly with him, but he has to get her overprotective brothers to accept him too.


What about Sophie Eastlake’s performance did you like?

Sophie Eastlake is the very capable narrator for Tease Me, Baby. She has capably voiced many of Katie’s audios and does another excellent job with Tease Me, Baby. She consistently differentiated between the characters’ voices and exuded the appropriate emotions making for an easy, pleasurable listening experience. Sophie’s performance positively enhanced an already enjoyable read. If you enjoy listening to audio books, I’d highly recommend that you check out the audio edition.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

One of my favorite cute slightly naughty scenes involved a family dinner after Brad had been coerced into playing a brutal game of hockey with Fallon’s safeguarding brothers. Here’s a short excerpt from that sweet and steamy scene which took place in Fallon’s family’s guest bathroom:

Laughing, she stood and held out a hand, “You need any first aid?”
“Nah. Your kisses did the trick.”


Any additional comments?

Tease Me, Baby is the perfect read for an entertaining, quick escape. It features charming and genuine characters in a light romance with a highly satisfying HEA. If you are looking for a fun, fast-paced, intriguing and sexy romance, you won’t go wrong with Tease Me, Baby!

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- Linda Townsend

Should She Stay or Go?

Tease Me Baby is the second book (novella) in the O’Connor family series by Katie Reus. It takes place in the town of Holly – where it is Christmas 365 days a year. Fallon O’Connor is one step away from following her dreams (or so she thinks). She is always trying to please someone (usually her mother) and thinks that attending pastry school will do this. After a scorching encounter with Brad Fulton, the town Sheriff and all around boy scout, Fallon is torn between school and staying with Brad. The plot was fairly well developed for a novella and the characters were believable. Although this is the second novella (book) in the series, and you do see appearances by prior characters, I think it could be read as a stand-alone quite easily. Ms. Reus’ books are generally an automatic purchase for me. Her plots are well written, the characters are well developed and their interactions are believable.

I listened to this book in the car when travelling. Sophie Eastlake does an excellent job with the narration of this book. She has the nuances of the characters down and actually makes you feel like they are the ones talking to you, as you listen. There were no discernable pauses or miscues in the narration.
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- hkmd7

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-14-2017
  • Publisher: KR Press LLC