• by L. J. Shen
  • Narrated by Rebecca Snow
  • 7 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Meet Blaire.
An underachieving college student with zero prospects and a ton of issues (hey, being the less-successful twin of a gorgeous supermodel would totally do that to you). She doesn't do bad boys. Actually, she doesn't do boys, like, at all. Not that she's a lesbian. And not that there's anything wrong with being one. It's just that...well...she kind of needs to focus on graduating from college right now.
And she needs something from Ty. Badly.
Meet Ty.
Mixed martial artist, soon-to-be Welterweight champion of the Xtreme Warrior League and the hottest guy in the Bay Area. He's cocky, arrogant and completely off-limits to anyone with more than three working brain cells...but dude, have you seen his butt?
On top of being a world-class player, Ty has a secret. And Blaire? She can barely even handle his truths. Life is about to throw a few knockout punches at both of them. Can they handle the pain?


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Customer Reviews

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I loved this story. A girl with self confidence issues and a mma fighter with all the confidence to give. I have read all of LJ's other books and I was really surprised by the sweetness of this book compared to the darkness I am used to from this author but it just shows her range.

It did get a little long towards the end. I felt like it was one chapter too long but other than that, I loved it.

Rebecca Snow wasn't my optimal narrator at first but she totally grew on me and by the end I was glad that she was the one chosen for the job.
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- Misty

Loved it!

I totally judged this on the first few min and put it aside for a couple of months. I tried again and I'm glad I did. I thought for sure I'd end up really disliking Blair. She seemed like she'd be immature and whiny. I ended up being wrong and I'm happy to admit it! Sure, the story was predictable, and some parts were a little eye rolling, but overall, the feel of the story kept me going. Rebecca Snow as a narrator was almost amazing. There were a few places where it sounded like she was eating/chewing and the mouth/breathing sounds are distracting. I wish she'd tone down the drama , it was way overdone, imo. Even with the smacking, odd sounds and over dramatization, I was still impressed.
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- Em

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-15-2017
  • Publisher: Audible Studios