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Until Ashlyn

Until Her, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 30 mins
4 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)
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Summary

Dillon Keck knew Ashlyn Mayson was drunk when she suggested they get married. He knew he should have taken her back to their hotel room and put her to bed. Instead, he did what he had been craving to do since the moment they met. Claim her as his.

Waking up married in Vegas isn't something Ashlyn Mayson ever thought would happen to her. Having Dillon, her boss, a man she thinks is a dick, insist they stay married is absurd, but every time he touches her, she gets lost in him and wonders if maybe they are meant to be together.

But someone isn't happy for Dillon and Ashlyn and their newfound romance, and they're willing to do anything to keep them apart. Even commit murder.

©2017 Aurora Rose Reynolds (P)2017 Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Story great as always but the narration was awful!!!

Did not like this narration: voices were awful and distracted from the story and the combination on voices within a chapter made it even worse!!! Please re-record this book using narrators with personality. All your previous narrations have been great and brought the stories to life. 🙁🙁

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  • Lori Sarat
  • 21-06-17

Not only a perfect read but a perfect listen

Ashlyn and her man Dillon have won my heart. This book is EVERYTHING. It's love, it's hate, it's family, it's sweet, it's funny, but most of all it is The BOOM that we all know and love.
"I want all of you. Your mind, your soul, and most importantly your heart. I want every breath you take to be for me. I want to imprint myself into your skin so you'll crave me like a drug and never want to be without me."

Ashlyn's new boss and arch nemesis Dillon are going to a dentist convention. Only things don't go as Ashlyn plans. Dillon takes over her every step. She wakes up and Dillon is calling her his wife.

"Instead, I took her directly to the nearest wedding chapel, where I bought us each a ring from a cheap plastic display case, and then stood in front of a guy who looked a lot like the Hulk."

From that point on Ashlyn is learning how to deal with Dillon. Yet again Dillon will not be ignored and wants things done his way. Which causes to ensue hilarity and a few bumps, scrapes, and minor bruises.

"I know I took advantage of her, but I regret nothing. I wanted her to admit there was something between us, and I got my way in the end."

They go on an incredible journey to get to their good. I love their relationship and the real emotions that this story pulls from you. Aurora always keeps you on your toes and just when you think things can't get better she hands you more gold.

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  • Shameeca White
  • 14-01-19

Love the story, hate the female Narrator

Ok, maybe that was a little harsh. But I just really don't like the voice of the female Narrator. I wont listen to any novels Narrated by her. For me it kind of effects how I feel about the story. I like the story a lot. I actually had to read it for myself just so I could make a definitive decision.

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  • mommaD
  • 03-06-18

Ugh!! The narration of this book !!

I love these books and having both male and female narrators but their secondary character voices are cartoon worthy!! Terrible accents and overly ridiculous, the men sounded so unrealistic it was nauseating and all the women sounded like 45 year olds with a bad Dolly Parton impersonation. Save yourself and your ears and just read the BOOK!

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  • Love2reaD
  • 16-08-17

5 Alpha Stars!

ARR does not disappoint! This book has everything I love about her books. An alpha who knows and takes what he wants and a heroine who I would love to be friends with. It has funny and steamy moments along with panty melting scenes. I do wish the ending would have been expanded on a bit more but even with that this is a 5 star book! This is a dual POV book that has a duet narration. I loved Zachary Michaels narration but I have to admit that I did miss the narration of the female from the previous books.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-08-17

It was ok

What other book might you compare Until Ashlyn to and why?

Aurora's other books I have enjoyed. I loved the stories and even though I thought the narration was a little strange it doesn't change my opinion of the book.

What aspect of Thurlow Holmes and Zachary Michael ’s performance would you have changed?

Some of the narration was cheesy. I thought it was a little strange that instead of saying the lyrics to a song it was sung, but that's just me. I've always thought it was weird when narrators switch to different narrators during a conversation. I personally always preferred the narrator just changed their voice, again it's just me though.

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  • Kendra Sisneros
  • 11-08-17

two thumbs up

I loved the kindle version but I love the audible version even more. there is just something about the voices that brings the story to life even more.

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  • Kristy Whisonant
  • 24-06-17

I Love Aurora!!

I love any book she writes. Such a talented story teller. You really can't go wrong with any books she writes.

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  • Nitaya Washington -. Powell
  • 22-06-17

I AM STILL IN A DAZE!!!

Okay I just don't know what to say about this book. I couldn't wait to listen to it because I have loved listening to all Aurora Rose Reynolds' previous books even if they are very similar to Kristen Ashley writing (whom I love immensely), but this book right here. I felt like I was missing huge chunks of the storyline.

First let's start with the marriage in Vegas, and Dillion not even wanting to get an annulment even though they never dated before at all or even admitted to having feelings for one another. I thought to myself okay I can get past that part of the story.

But what really had me confused was the mystery/suspense/murder storyline. I thought that could have been developed so much more. Especially at the end when she got kidnapped out of bed by the serial killer, when she thought it was Kim who was murdered, from her escape from serial killer, and then her rescue. I WAS TOTALLY CONFUSED!!! At first I really thought she was having a terrible nightmare and she was still at home, but then I realized that it was real. I actually went back to the previous chapter because I thought I might have missed something that would lead up to her kidnapping, but I didn't.

I still love Aurora Rose Reynolds' books and still can't wait until SAGE comes out in an audible book version, but I really thought she could have done better with this book.

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  • Danielle Randall
  • 31-03-19

Awful narrators

I don't know why the narrators for the series suddenly changed, but it's an awful shift. The story itself is great but I can't even express in words how awful these narrators were.

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  • PATRICIA
  • 27-03-19

Boom!

Is it true that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas? In the case of Ashlyn Mayson, it's not. She goes for work and comes home married to Dillon Keck, her new boss. Their attraction has always been off the charts, but marrying her arch nemesis was not on her agenda. A little alcohol and things change. But is she upset? And how does Dillon feel? This is the ultimate romantic story, and Dillon is so worth the "boom" Ashlyn feels. As we know the Mayson's though, will this surprise go over well? Will their relationship survive the real world? As in all Aurora Rose Reynolds books, there is a huge sense of family. I love listening to her stories, this one full of the super alpha, sweet and overly protective Dillon. He is everything we all love in a man, and can't help loving. Ashlyn is a strong woman, wants to prove herself, and has that Mayson stubborn streak. And we get to see a lot of the family, always fun to reunite with the cousins, Aunts and Uncles. Add a little suspense of a serial killer to the story and we have the perfect listen.

This duet narration is wonderful. Zachary Michaels is a great voice for Dillon. He has a strong, masculine sound, giving us that protective feel. Thurlow Holmes is perfect as Ashlyn. She has a young, new adult voice with attitude that projects Ashlyn to a tee. I think the two complimented each other well and the listen was complete enjoyment.