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Summary

Fawn Reed has kissed one too many toads and has finally decided that Prince Charming doesn't exist. After countless mishaps, mistakes, and unmitigated disasters on the dating scene, she's decided to give up and move on with her life...solo.

Everything changes, however, after Fawn runs into Levi Fremont, a homicide detective new to New York City.

Dedication to the job has rendered Levi's love life nonexistent - until he moves in next door to the free-spirited Fawn. After a series of comedic run-ins push them together, will they finally give in to the inevitable and realize - maybe - they are perfect for each other?

©2017 Aurora Rose Reynolds (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Preferred To Read It

I enjoyed this book overall but I did not enjoy the audio version. The male narrator spoke to quickly and his version of any female lines sounded really off. The female narrator was just ok. I switched over to reading it because the audio was spoiling my enjoyment of the book.

Great story though - I will definitely be following the series.

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  • M. L. .S
  • 02-10-17

Great story - Female Narrator - ANNOYING

I do love anything written by Aurora Rose Reynolds, but oh my the female narrator was just plain AWFUL!!! Her voice is annoying and too high pitched. Normally, I listen to a sample, but in a rush I grabbed this one and I have suffered through this audible story. I will remember to stay away from this narrator in the future!

Loved this sweet very low angst story. I may re-read the kindle version soon, since I felt as though this narrator really took away from what would have been a 5 star read for me!

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  • Mari
  • 02-10-17

Female narrator loud and shouty.

The loud, shriek in the female voice brings it down. Ok story, ok male narrator.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-11-17

Narration

I usually like when they have male and female narrators, but the male narrator made the female characters sound ditzy and his voice for the female lead was almost the same as the voice he used for a 10 year old girl, which says a lot.

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  • BIGmama
  • 03-10-17

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For some this story may be tooooooooooo sweet. It was the perfect story for the beyond crap day it was. It was a sweet slice of much needed distraction. I started the book shortly after hearing of the tragedy in LV and only unplug my headphones to talk to my family & do homework before plugging right back in.

The mix of sweet innocence, crazy & the little bit of suspense was adorably loveable. Carly Robins played Fawn to perfection. Now Alexander Cendese wasn't on my radar as a strong yummy male lead prior to this performance BUT he sure is now!!!

Aurora Rose Reynolds told a fine story. However, I would have enjoyed a bit more of the love birds in their HEA. or more on the sisters or just more.

The last part of the ending was a nice addition to all the warm & fuzzy. I hope you enjoy this book if only a fraction of what I did. I'm thankful it was there when I needed a little happy.

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  • Darcy
  • 27-09-17

OMG...Levi!! Swoon...

Levi ran into Fawn...literally...on the day that he moved to NYC for his new job. After the strange encounter with the hawt guy, Fawn is aghast that he's moving into the apartment across the hall. Sparks fly...will these two different ppl be able to be more than friends? OMGEEE! I so floved this book...listened to it all afternoon to the end! We got it all...scared of relationship h and a really nice H...throw in crazy families, a murder and some ex drama and we have an 'un-put-downable' book. Aurora Rose Reynolds is a very talented author! Have enjoyed every single book that she's written and look forward to more...need to get MacKenzie and Wesley's story!!!

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  • Christine M
  • 10-06-18

Funny and hot!

From the first chapter I was laughing. I loved that this book was funny and hot both at the same time! I love Levi and Fawn's banter back and forth and Fawn's thoughts were always good for a laugh. This book had a great meeting and quirky characters and even a little suspense to it. It was a fun story and on the lighter side which I really needed right now. I can't wait to see who the other sisters end up with! We met so many people in this book since both Fawn and Levi come from crazy families. It was such a good read with good characters.

I thought the narrators did a great job with this. There were a lot of characters all at the same time and they did a really good job trying to distinguish them from each other. I enjoyed listening to them.

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  • linda kelly
  • 22-05-18

Running Into Love

I love the story. I just don't understand why the authors today think that using the word fuck is more politically correct that using God. If we must substitute, there are so many words that are more appropriate.

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  • Trosado
  • 16-05-18

Ebook: 2.5 Stars; Audio: 3 Stars

This was my first ARR book and the only reason I picked it up was due to the fact that I won a copy of the second book in the series and wanted to read this one prior. It wasn't a bad book and there were times that I truly enjoying myself with the story line. Unfortunately, there were also many elements that had me rolling my eyes or questioning the logic. Since I've read quite a number of Kristen Ashley books, I couldn't help but see some of the similarities such as - the hero's instant use of a "pet" name, hero speaking in 3rd person, seemingly clueless and klutzy heroine who is also inevitably endearing to the hero, and I could go on. While I've enjoyed, but have also tired of KA's overuse of her author calling cards, she does KA better than anyone else. Obviously. Reading a story that pays homage to KA's writing style, but does so in an inferior way, makes me a frustrated reader. I long for originality from an author. Not just from author to author, but book to book. On the plus side, the writing within this story that felt unique to the author are the moments I most enjoyed. Therefore, not a complete bust.

I also listened to the audio intermittently and while not having been a fan of Carly Robins in the past, I actually enjoyed her heroine narration much more that that of the hero's, Alexander Cendese. At first listen, I thought I was going to love Alexander Cendese, but as soon as he heightened his voice for the female dialogue, I was repelled. He has this wonderful deep, raspy voice that doesn't lend itself to switching genders. Ultimately, I had to read without listening to his chapters or it would have ruined the book entirely. If he has or were to narrate all-male dialogue stories or stories with very limited female dialogue, I would listen to him again in a heartbeat.

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  • Gi
  • 11-05-18

Love It!!!

I absolutely Love this book, from start to finish. I really enjoyed listening and reading this book.

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  • Happy Shopper
  • 06-03-18

No thinking needed!

Simple plot drug a bit. Graphic language was totally unnecessary and didn't add to the story at all. Performance was average.
Overall, not good, not bad.