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I will be buy the others in the series BUT NOT on audible!! This narrator is awful and by the end I was just annoyed. His tone and demeanor was a mix of anger and frustration he never soften or relaxed even when the writer said the characters relaxed. He was only believable during an argument. I just kept thinking “calm down”
Emma was in love with the boss’s son, Lucas. But Lucas was so busy with his pity-parties that he didn’t seem to notice her. But Lucas’s father noticed how Emma looked at his son and how often Lucas smiled when he thanked Emma for anything. So, the matchmaking began. And the matchmaking was sweet BUT Lucas was such an jerk through the entire book that he was really hard to like.
He thought that just because of an injury that cost him his football career that he had to close himself off from the world, that that Lucas Montgomery was dead, so he was going to spend the rest of his life alone in the mountains. Without football he was nothing. Jeez, how stupid.
And the way he treated Emma was lousy. She should have dumped his rear-end. His self-pity got to be a little much, really.
Overall, the story was decent and the players were nice, except for Lucas.
There was desire in the story but all sex was fade-to-black and there was a small amount of swearing.
As to the narrator: I don’t know if I’d call him “frantic,” as another reviewer called the narration, but Kevin Collins did give the impression that he was in a hurry. There was no hesitation after a period or before a paragraph. All the words seemed to be a run-on sentence and there were not very many emotions so I really didn’t care how the voices were since everything else was so bad. I don’t think I would care to listen to Kevin T. Collins again.
felt like the narator was in a hurry to get the story finished and it was read frantically. The story it self was okay but it felt lacking. Things just seemed like they were set in 60's and the characters were too snappy.