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Dear Me

Narrated by: Lori Prince
Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins
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Summary

Alexis Holt unknowingly meets the woman of her dreams at a party. Unfortunately, Alexis was at the wrong place at the wrong time and walked away from the encounter thinking Stacy Kirkland was an arrogant snob. Alexis knew it wouldn't be the last time she saw Stacy, and she wasn't looking forward to their next meeting.  

Thanks to the internet, Stacy Kirkland already knows who Alexis is before they meet face to face. She's one step ahead of Alexis because Stacy already has a crush on her. There are a couple of problems, though - Stacy's in a relationship that's in the last stages of its demise, and after meeting Alexis, she's pretty certain that Alexis despises her.  

Grab something cool to drink, find a comfortable place, and let Robin Alexander take you on a hilarious journey to happily ever after.

©2016 Robin Alexander (P)2020 Tantor

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Such a well written book and so funny. you feel a genuine affection for the characters

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  • Ruthi
  • 12-06-20

love this book!

Love can be boring, but not with Robin Alexander. "Dear Me"'s world is filled with enough content to withstand the Sap. I know it is supposed to be a rom-com, and it is, but this book is *not* yet another book about Romance Vs. Obstacles - it is about a wedding, just not that of the heroines. It is about class mashing, opposite world views, communication styles, occasional alcohol benefits and hazards, 20 different uses for your household cats, gardening tips and tricks and genitals popping up in unpredictable places. It was filled with humor and bursts of my laughter. The main characters are real - round, unapologetic characters, that think and act as very realistic gay adult women. Funny ones. So basically - I am saying - get this book, you won't be sorry !

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 15-06-20

I will never get enough of Robin and Lori

These two literally Never disappoint. Great story, great characters, great sex scenes, great HEA. All the things. And definitely laugh outloud funny. Listen to it, love it, rinse, repeat. ❤

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  • Anja Adolfsen
  • 12-06-20

Funny and so sweet

Such an awesome story and I really laughed so much. I couldn’t stop listening. I listened the whole book in one setting. Lori Prince is amazing as always.

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  • heather anderson
  • 12-06-20

You two never ever disappoint

I loved this story, made me laugh many times. Robin your great, your stories keep me laughing and Lori knows how to play your characters to a tee. Thanks for another wonderful story

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  • J & D Herrera
  • 17-06-20

paw love tap

Witty, Charming and beautiful hilarious in the only that Lori Prince can bring out R. Alexander writings.

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  • Ann Townsend
  • 30-08-20

I Can Identify

I strongly identify with Alexis. She’s smarter than I am, but she doesn’t see it that way. The friends she keeps are great foils, but she still does her own stunts. Also, Robin Alexander is SO funny and the timing perpetrated by Ms. Prince was on target!. Southern Grammys are undervalued in other writing. Once again, Ms. Alexander gave a story that had ups and downs, the suspense of feeling like the only one with skin in the game, and still manages to spin a tale that is down to earth and heartwarming without being the source of added stress and dysfunctional tension. This was a great story, and I give this review freely without incentive.

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  • SadeyJade
  • 12-08-20

Hilariously Funny 😆

This is such a hilarious book that I couldn’t stop laughing until I peed myself! 🤣🤣🤣
Amazing author & narrator!
I really recommend this book for everyone! 😍

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  • Tammi
  • 19-07-20

Very cute

This was fun. I actually laughed out loud multiple times. Cleverly written. Good listen! Enjoy!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-07-20

brilianty narrated

Louth out loud story brilianty written and performed first published in2016 got me out of book funk too so thanks for that highly recommend!

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  • paedagogue
  • 13-07-20

Fluffy and witty in just the right ratio

Robin Alexander's trademark wit shines in this amusing narrative of down-to-earth single lesbians getting to know one another against the backdrop of a sugar-sweet hetero betrothal. The lesbian MCs begin their acquaintance with unintended hostility, at the engagement party that introduces us to "the Holt women" (the hilarious and loving matriarch Elise, her unrepentantly sex-positive unmarried daughter Allison, and Allison's daughters Alexis, the lesbian, and Alana, the soon-to-be-wed). As Alana's besotted upper-crust fiance Jason puts it, "the Holt women are magical," and much of the book is taken up by their fond bickering, heavily spiced with self-deprecating, and often hilariously raunchy humor. Into their world, Jason's favorite cousin Stacy, the other single lesbian, is magnetically drawn after her initial clash with Alexis. Half the book's fun is in how the two women get over the obstacles to their relationship, as neither is a pushover and both come with bumpy romantic backstories. As in Alexander's best books, the madcap dialogue is wrapped around a sweet core of supportive family relations (even Jason's ludicrously pretentious family is eventually softened up). The angst quotient is very low, so it's a heartening rom-com for pandemic times. Lori Prince narrates like a champ, even when she occasionally slips out of character. She has a naturally appealing mid-register voice, and was able to bend it into a grand total of at least 10 or more distinct female personae, and two, maybe three male voices! A good many of these voiced characters participated in extended dialogues (sometimes with three- or four-person rapid-fire exchanges!), hence the occasional minor slip when juggling personae. Honestly, I don't know how she did it. (I sure hope nobody harps on Prince's avoidance of a Louisiana "ethnic" delivery--there's too much else for her to wrangle in the MC's repartee). Elise the matriarch was given many of the most hilarious quips, and Prince gave her a gravelly delivery with a perfect pitch for the punch lines. But all were a pleasure to listen to, even in secondary character arcs like that of Alexis' BFF Jaime, an irrepressible extrovert trying to negotiate her recent heartbreak. I just hope more of Alexander's many books make it into Audible. They read like quaffing good prosecco on a warm summer evening (though her characters are likelier to be drinking beer, or downing exotic mixed drinks).