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Wingman was a good whispersync deal, and I did enjoyed it for the most part. There were a few times I felt the plot was a little slow, and repetitive, especially when Daisy's character went on and on about her flaws. This story contains lots of drama as it follows Daisy's and Mason's fake relationship. After Daisy calls out Mason for being his brother's wingman, she blackmails him into being her "wingman" for her one of her sister's upcoming wedding. (Mason was his brothers wingman, and was only suppose to distract Daisy while his brother flirted with Daisy's other sister. Mason genuinely liked her company, but could tell Daisy had a low self esteem about herself.) Daisy has spent her whole life feeling inferior to her sisters, and friends due to her looks, and weight. When Mason starts showing real interest in her, she does't believe him, but he's determined to prove his attraction is real, even if the end goal is one night in her bed. Mason ends up helping her see herself in a positive a light.
Again, this was decent story, but a little repetitive. I like Mason's character and how he really helped Daisy grow and build up her self esteem by showing her how attracted he was to her.
The narration was great! I really enjoyed Ingeborg's performance!
I have to give thanks to another audible member for the heads up about this story taking place in South Africa. Knowing that going into the story, helped me from guessing for a good portion of the story. Overall star rating 3.5.
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Daisy and Mason are about as different as night and day, a most unlikely couple if ever there was one. But somehow these two work. I was thrown off a bit a first because I couldn't tell where the setting was and because of the last names I thought maybe it was somewhere in Ireland. I eventually figured out that this was in South Africa but it would have been nice if that was given early on. Besides that, this was a wonderful story about two people trying to figure out where they fit in the world and finding the courage to accept that maybe they could fit together. This is my first book by Natasha Anders and I'm sure it won't be my last.
This also my narration by Ingeborg Riedmaier and I was really impressed. She an amazing job narrating this story. Hope to hear narrate more books.
Absolutely worth the credit. I'm really hoping this is just the first book in the series and find out what happens with Mason and Daisy's siblings.
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