Wonderful Tonight

  • by Michele Bardsley
  • Narrated by S. E. Weiss
  • 5 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An award-winning new adult romance with a comedic twist, from national best-selling author Michele Bardsley!
Heiress Marissa Vanderson is a young woman trying to go wild. Bartender Dane Sinclair is the man trying to stop, er, help her.
A wealthy virgin with an outrageous to-do list hires a reluctant prince charming to help her live a whole lifetime in one short week. After that, her freedom will once again be limited by her overly protective parents, who seem to forget that she's an actual, legal grown-up.
It's really just too bad that the yummy bartender is not interested in starred in item No. 12: a one-night stand.
Oh, then there's a serial killer, a US Marshal out for revenge, a hoodlum seeking redemption, and a family secret about to be exposed...not to mention two people who are about to fall unexpectedly, wildly in love.
This audiobook contains new adult romance between a sassy virgin and a brooding bartender; listening pleasure for those who enjoy humor and suspense in their romance novels (as well as outrageous situations); sexy times; and a great, big, awesome happily-ever-after.


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Wonderful Audio Listen

Would you consider the audio edition of Love Gone Wild to be better than the print version?

The audio edition of Love Gone Wild makes the story come to life. S.E. Weiss has a delightful voice and brings every character to life. The audio edition made me laugh and smile much more than the print version.

What did you like best about this story?

The characters hilarious determination to get the list done.

Which character – as performed by S. E. Weiss – was your favorite?


Any additional comments?

Excellent listen, hope to hear more from S.E. Weiss.

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- Kelly

Great Audio Book!

Would you consider the audio edition of Love Gone Wild to be better than the print version?

I would consider reading the print verison of Love Gone Wild, but then I would miss out on listening to S.E. Weiss's voice. Weiss's voice brought the characters to life. I felt like I personally knew them.

Who was your favorite character and why?


Have you listened to any of S. E. Weiss’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I can not find any other works from S.E. Weiss. I'm hoping to hear more from Weiss soon. I'm definitely a fan.

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- Shelia Smith

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-02-2015
  • Publisher: Freeman Publications