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Things with Conrad didn't go as Leslie has planned and after running back to New York City, she's the most surprised person in the world to find him standing on her doorstep, asking for a chance to win her heart over.
Leslie doesn't know how to respond. But, Conrad's here, alive, and wanting to love her.
Excited to show her newfound beau the city she's come to love, Leslie realizes when Amber and Josie return, that she left out one minor detail about her life.
The more Conrad expresses his love for her, the more Leslie grows nervous about telling him who she really is.
Will Conrad being willing to accept who she really is when the truth comes out?
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By ShanCol19 on 08-20-17
Cute, Quick Read
Would you listen to Unpublished: Unknown Identity Series, Book 2 again? Why?
Sure, it's a cute read.
What about Kylie Stewart’s performance did you like?
She has great tone, and she flowed smoothly.
Any additional comments?
This is a cute story, and I enjoyed the story premise. This series is in parts, so this is a quick read, and each part ends with a bit of a cliffhanger, so I don't normally like that style for books, but I enjoyed this one. I haven't read the first part, so I was going in blind to this book, but I didn't have much problem following along with the story. I really liked Leslie, and I liked that she's a really famous author, but is hiding her identity. I found all of the really cool! I don't like the whole Hollywood scenario, but Lexy Timms did a great job with it, and I loved Leslie's friends. Conrad's ex is a total skank, and Leslie is a saint for putting up with her crap when she hasn't even been with Conrad very long. Conrad and Leslie are super cute together, and have some sexy fun times together. I'd like to read the next one to see where these characters end up, so I'll probably check the next books out. I listened to the audiobook version of this book, and the narrator did a really good job, and I enjoyed her performance, and would listen to more with her narration.