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The Hookup

Narrated by: Meghan Kelly
Series: The Hookup, Book 1
Length: 4 hrs and 43 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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A brand new smoldering romance audiobook from New York Times best seller JS Cooper.

How do you know when you’ve found true love?

Janie Ryan has always dreamed of meeting her Prince Charming - the one guy that will sweep her off of her feet and carry her away into the sunset. All she wants is the fairytale love, and she’s willing to change everything in her life to find and be with the one. Even if that means doing the unthinkable.

He was a knight in shining armor according to himself.

Nate Lexington is bossy, charming, handsome, and quite possibly the most annoying man I’ve ever met in my life. He’s also my best friend. He treats me like his little sister, and if he could run my life, he would. Only I don’t let him. Much to his chagrin. Nate thinks I live my life with my head in the clouds, and all he does is groan when I tell him about my quest for true love.

He was the devil in disguise according to Nate.

Dylan Mason is the sexiest man I’ve ever met in my life. I met and fell for him in a weekend. He swept me off of my feet, and my heart became his in an instant. He was a charmer, a rogue, a devious manipulator. I didn't care. He was the one I’d been waiting my whole life to meet. He was Mr. Perfection himself.

©2018 J. S. Cooper (P)2019 J. S. Cooper

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  • 08-02-19

Not for me....

Winey desperation doesn't look good on anyone and doesn't make a story interesting at all. Janey acted like she was in high school not college. I don't like weak willed women as lead characters. I wasn't to fond of the narration either. I had to fast forward. It might be ok for YA.

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