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Parrish Partridge’s true facts:

There’s nothing hotter than a tall, gruff, bewildered, tattooed mountain of a man cuddling a sweet, orphaned baby, so you can tell yourself that you’ll resist him...

But that’s a lie. 

And when that man asks you to do him a favor and pretend to be his very temporary, very fake fiance to help him get custody of that adorable baby, you can pretend you know better than to say yes...

But that’s a lie, too.

And when you actually get to know your kind, strong, pullet-loving prince of a fiance, and all his crazy, lovable, meddling neighbors, you can tell yourself you’re not really falling for Diesel Church and the town of Licking Thicket...

But that might be the biggest lie of all.

©2020 Lucy Lennox and May Archer (P)2020 Lucy Lennox and May Archer

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Great Storyline & Characters 😁

Yet another great collaboration of the Lennox/Archer genius 😊 Fantastic listen, great storyline and characters as well as excellent narration by Michael Dean - a voice you can easily melt into ☺️ It has the right mix of everything! Hopefully more to come in this series and collaboration. Definitely worth the 5🌟’s 🥰

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  • RACHEL REED
  • 19-11-20

A sweet opposites attract, found family romance!

This was a sweet opposites attract, found family romance. We get to meet Diesel in book 1. He is portrayed at being a very reserved and private person who prefers to keep to himself. When his sister dies unexpectedly, he is left to care for his niece and he has no idea to take care of her. Parrish comes from wealth but he hasn't had the best of luck in relationships. When the hunky tattooed man with the adorable baby girl asks him to pretend to be his fiancé, he can't say no to him. Especially, when the custody of his niece is at stake. I loved coming back to Licking Thicket. Both Diesel and Parrish were sweet together and Marigold, bless her heart was the cutest ray of sunshine. The writing was hilarious and entertaining and I loved listening to this. Michael Dean's audio delivery made this even more enjoyable to listen to.

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  • Georgia M Burnam
  • 10-11-20

Hilarious, sexy, and adorable

I’ve listened to the previous book in the series and I love this continuation of such a hilarious town of people. I’ve become emotionally attached to these characters and can’t wait for the third to come out to read it on kindle because I’m just that impatient to here more of the story. Michael Dean is amazing as always. He really puts you in the story and has such a sexy voice too. If you’re looking for steamy sex and a love story that has substance to it, look here. I recommend you start with “Fakers” and then immediately purchase this book.

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  • Dannette Huggins
  • 07-11-20

Adorable. So cute. Loved these two.

Really enjoyed this story. Parrish and Diesel made a really cute couple. They played perfect off each other. I do so enjoy stories by May and Lucy. Michael is one of my favorite narrator to boot.

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  • WeN
  • 04-12-20

Sweet AND Spicy!

With Audibles, the narrator is super important, I've learned after some disappointing experiences. 🙄 This guy won't let you down! 🔥 He's a serious PRO!

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  • Diana
  • 09-11-20

Another masterpiece!

I adore these two (I’m not only talking about the main characters, but about wonderful ladies who wrote this book). The story was heartfelt, sexy and laugh out loud hilarious. Can’t wait for the next one!

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  • Brian Jumper-Osterholt
  • 22-01-21

Home run!

Tears and laughter, hilarious characters that by the time you finish, you wish you knew them in real life...what more do you need for a great story? I’ll tell you...hot sex and Michael Dean’s sexy deep voice, and this one doesn’t disappoint!!6 stars!

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  • Erryn Barratt
  • 22-01-21

I laughed, I cried, I loved

Joyous Pickin’ Tidings I maintain that Lucy Lennox is one of the best m/m writers in the genre today. I’ve yet to read a book of hers I didn’t love. When I heard she was hooking up with May Archer, I was intrigued to see what I would get. Gotta say, did not see Licking Thicket coming, but boy, have I enjoyed every moment of the ride since I got to town. In the last book there was one brief scene between Diesel Church and Parrish Partridge and I was intrigued. Although the writers had maintained the book would be a stand-alone, I suspect they had so much fun, they just had to keep going. And I’m so glad they decided to keep writing, turning one book into a series, all with different characters at the center. Okay, so Parrish and Diesel. About as opposite as two men can be. Diesel operates a salvage yard. He’s got a good business going and has overcome his rough childhood. When his sister dies unexpectedly, and he’s left guardian of his precious seven-month-old niece, he knows he’s in deep trouble. Enter Parrish. He works for his Uncle Beau’s chain of BBQ restaurants. In the first book we got a glimpse into Beau, his wife Marnie, and his nephew Parrish. I adored the young man even then, and couldn’t wait for him to get his happy ending. Things start off…awkwardly. Screaming babies will do that – bring everything into perspective. The men start off on the wrong foot and the first several encounters don’t do well. I kept thinking, yeah, things just have to get better, right? That being said, Parrish’s apology gifts really were epic. In desperation, Diesel asks Parrish to be his fake fiancé. Seems pretty simple – Parrish pretends to be the planned second parent, thereby providing the best possible home for Marigold. Best laid plans and all that. Of course the men are attracted to each other. Of course they act on that attraction. And of course hearts are now on the line - as well as the security and future of his little orphan girl. Okay, so laughter (so hard I snorted), crying (a bit less than sobs), and some major love. I knew the men were going to get their happily ever after, but I wasn’t sure they were ever going to admit how they really felt about each other. Okay, thrilled Mal and Brooks from the first book made an appearance. Plenty of characters for upcoming books (yay!) and my sincere belief that Ms. Archer and Ms. Lennox have something really special going on here. What started out as one project has turned into many, and we’re the luckier for it. Finally I’ll mention Michael Dean. The guy is just an awesome narrator and he always does a great job with these books. I don’t know how he reads some of these lines with a straight face. So, definitely one you have to check out.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 16-01-21

Decent 2nd addition to the series

This one was definitely difficult for me to get through. Lack of communication between the characters is a difficult plot point for me to muscle through, specially with audio where I can't just skim the words. Parish was extremely difficult for me to like. His character traits were written well however. Diesel and Marigold were freaking adorable. All in all this couple were a great addition to the town and it's ever growing cast of oddballs.

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  • Yvonne M
  • 14-01-21

Loved this book.

I loved all of the little pieces that brought this story together. I loved the men all of them. I loved marigold too, she was a sweetheart. I am also very happy that everyone in the town came to help when it was needed.

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  • FauxFarmer
  • 08-01-21

Infuriating main character...

Well written, good setting, ok supporting characters and plot. Infuriatingly bumbling main characters. Plot development based purely on the 'characters don't say what they think and mean and misunderstand each other' plot advancement devise. The self-doubting, nervous, word vomit personality is ok for a teenage girl in her first high school romance, but not for an adult male. Yuck. The narrator was quite professional and did very well with what he had to work with.