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***This is book two in the series. It is best if you listen to book one first to fully understand this couple's story.***

She hates him and his big head. He likes her and her big t*ts.

She hates him because she somehow ends up naked every time she sees him. He likes her because she somehow ends up naked every time he sees her.

She hates him because the big oaf knocked her up with his kid. He likes her because she's carrying his child.

She hates the way he gets inside her head. He likes the way she lets him see glimpses of her heart. 

Andie: I hate you.

Roman: I know...but I'm going to change that.

©2017 K. Webster and J.D. Hollyfield (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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1 hot & firey passionate romance

So good. the passion and heat between Roman & Andi is as hot as it is beautiful, they have great chemistry. such a great story, and narrated brilliantly.

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  • Audrey
  • 17-09-19

:-(

I loved the first book..I hated this one because of Andi. GOD...WHY would ANY MAN put up with a person like her? I had to fast forward to the last 4 chapters just to be able to finish this.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-09-19

Where is the 3rd book?

I enjoyed the story of Andi and Roman...she’s super feisty and guarded but love how Roman is patient with her issues. But I am super interested in hearing Linc and Reagan’s story...please release that soon on audible

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  • truley
  • 16-08-19

The chick needs anger management

The female lead was a horrible person she keep taking out all her problems on all the men in her life and she has an anger management problem she keep tearing things up and everyone else was apologizing and cleaning up after her like it was except-able bad behavior no one in her family or friend told her to stop being a bitch the boy friend let her tear up his house and office with out even tell her that not cool

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  • KSquared
  • 03-06-20

I wanted to at least like it

I am going to try to give a fair review but it is so hard. Andi, the heroine was terrible. While I understand that romance novels are meant to be a fantasy, Andi is like a Maury/Jerry Springer reject. She is verbally and physically abusive to Roman. She lied on Frank unnecessarily. The only decent thing was the narrators and a few laughs. I finished the book because I am obsessive and always try to finish books, but it's not a book that I could recommend

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-08-19

whiny girl

I love these narrators, but I couldn't get through 5 chapters before I had to turn it off. Andy is so bat-s#!* crazy and whiny. I might try to read the kindle version.

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  • Mindy
  • 20-02-19

It was ok

I hated this book in the beginning. I have never asked for a refund and I almost did with this one. But. I toughened it out and it was ok in the end. The Andy character was a bit much at times.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 27-07-20

Everything I hate in a female protagonist

Andy is too psychotic and any normal female cannot relate to her crazy antics. Couldn’t stand to finish the book and stopped. I enjoyed the first book. This one was horrible. I usually trudge in and finish books, but this one. Nope.

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  • Bay Area Girl #5
  • 02-08-19

Narration is 5*, the story line...not so much

Roman is a good guy (except for the explosions of temper which occur only to create drama) - why he's so into Andie is beyond me. Andie is immature, unpleasant and abusive. She destroys Roman's treasured 1st edition book and wrecks his office in a fit of temper. She kicks Roman in the shins repeatedly, Just because he's a large man, doesn't make her kicking him okay. This audiobook would've been a DNF if not for Jacob Morgan (love him!) and Ava Erickson.

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  • CHRISTINE Y.
  • 02-05-20

The first book was better

I have to say this book was just okay. Andi seems way over the top in her behavior. I get that she has baggage and a deep mistrust of men, for good reason, but she either throws a tantrum or deflects with sex whenever she doesn't get her way. She flies off the handle over the smallest things and becomes violent when she's angry. I honestly don't know how Roman could stand to put up with her. I know real living breathing men would probably have walked (or run screaming) away from her just from the way she acted in the first book, let alone this one. I'm glad that over the course of this story she was able to calm down and let her guard down and start to trust Roman only to become a shrew once more when she thinks Roman is cheating on her, but he's only preparing a surprise for her. She loses her sh*t and starts throwing things at people and screaming, ready to throw everything away before she ever gives him a chance to explain. Roman is a freaking saint to put up with her at times. I'm glad this story had a HEA ending and her shrewish behavior calms down - somewhat - by the end. There were some laugh out loud moments in this book but not nearly as many as in the first one. Normally I like Jacob Morgan's performances, but there were times in this story that I felt it was a bit over dramatized. Ava's portrayal of Andi's brattiness was bit grating at times, too. Would recommend if someone has listened to Text 2 Lovers and really wanted to hear the continuation of the story, but if not, then could also recommend skipping it.

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  • Golden Goddess
  • 28-08-20

I Don't Like Andi

I didn't like Andi. It's hard to root for a character like this. Andi is way too crappy a person for the adoration she gets. When I finished the book, I just wanted to booooo her.

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