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Drumline

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Traditions are important. Especially in the South. College football. Rivalries. Tailgating. Halftime shows. Some things just don’t change. Until Reese Holland shows up with her long legs and no-bullshit attitude to audition for the prestigious all-male Rodner University snare line. It doesn’t matter how much hazing she has to endure from Laird Bronson, with his narrowed green eyes and arrogant smirk. She wants that damn spot, and she’s more than good enough to earn it. She expects there to be tension. Even friction. But not sparks hot enough to burn the entire campus down.

©2017 Stacy Kestwick (P)2017 Stacy Kestwick

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  • Krystyn - AudiobookObsession
  • 27/03/2018

All the FEELS!!!

This book truly surprised me in many ways. I had a feeling it would make me giggle and swoon based on the the blurb. What I didn't expect was the rage, tears, hate, love, and stomach grabbing laughter. I felt every emotion while reading this book and continued to feel them for hours after finishing. I want to tell you why I have all those feeling but fear I would give away to much. I wish there was a way to give this book more than 5 stars!!!

This is the first book by Stacy Krestwick that I have read and I must admit, she now has a huge fan following her work! I cannot wait to read her other works!

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  • bookbruin
  • 12/02/2018

Surprisingly Emotional College Romance!

4.5 stars overall
5 stars narration
4 stars story

I really enjoyed this audiobook a lot! I was pulled into the story very quickly and I loved that it was set in the college band world. It was a refreshing take on the typical college new adult romance. What surprised me was how emotional the book ended up being. I was not expecting some of the heavier aspects of the story, but I felt that the author handled them very well.

This was my first book by Stacy Kestwick and first audiobook narrated by Stephen Dexter. I enjoyed the writing style (though some of the dialogue from one of our younger characters had me raising my eyebrows quite a few times). Stephen Dexter and Tracy Marks did a wonderful job bringing Laird and Reese to life. Laird was equal parts alpha male and sweet and vulnerable. Dexter made Laird's emotional moments incredibly moving and powerful. My heart really broke for him and how he struggled to cope and reconcile his guilt. Reese was fiercely independent and though I respected her resolve and drive, she was also incredibly stubborn. I was frustrated at times with both characters, but the story felt realistic and I understood the motivations driving them both. Reese and Laird had amazing chemistry though and their scenes were absolutely smoking hot! I also loved Smith and he brought a lot of levity (and at times a voice of reason) to the story. I did hope that there would be some redemption for Marco and that perhaps he was just misunderstood/going through his own emotional upheaval, but sadly it was not in the cards. Overall, Drumline was a sexy, funny, and emotional audiobook. Definitely recommend it!

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  • Jonella A. Moore
  • 05/12/2017

She’s fighting to be on the drum line, he’s fighting for her!

I was really captivated by this audiobook story'! The characters were complex and their romance was mesmerizing. Reese is a girl who is trying to win a place as the first woman playing on the college drum line which has historically been an all male domain. She has a lot of work to do to prove she’s good enough to deserve it. The captain of the drum line, Laird, is immediately attracted to her in a big way, while the second in command has it out to ruin her chances. This story was a great college age romance, with complications from family dynamics as well. The relationship that developed between Reese and Laird is a hot and complicated one. I loved the ending and the dynamics of the members of the drum line team. Narration was just excellent as well. I give this 5 Stars all around as great entertainment.

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  • TayRo85
  • 03/12/2018

Good story!

I loved these characters and wish there was another book so we could see what's going on a few years later considering the characters are so young. I was first introduced to this book via a interactive gaming app. then I read the book through the Kindle app. listening to this book really didn't do it for me. I honestly think it was the narrators. the female did this weird breathy thing at the end of her words....it was weird. she also didn't sound confident or sarcastic enough for this character. it was even worse when she tried to voice the male character. the male narrator wasn't so bad. I'm just a fan of a deep voice which he didn't have. and I guess I just imagined a deep sexy slow southern draw when I read the book, or Matthew McConaughey ish. neither one of the narrators sounded sarcastic enough for me so I feel like it made alot of the witty banter fall flat.

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  • Samantha Perez
  • 27/09/2018

Love the story. Hate the narration

This is a very fun and steamy story. I love everything about it. Unfortunately the narration by Tracy Marks was driving me crazy. I could barely follow up the story when she was narrating. Everything about her narration was weird and uncomfortable. I have decided to skip every audible she is included on. Stephen Dexter was great!

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  • JillyMart
  • 19/07/2018

Good book

I enjoyed the book, it had a little bit of everything and I liked how it ended. I hurt for Reese and what she was being put through by Marco and I’m glad he got what was coming to him.

I liked Laird, it broke my heart all he had been through and how he felt thinking no one cared for him enough to stay. I’m glad he got his happy in the end

The male narrator was great, no complaints. The female, I really disliked. Her voice was just wrong and the way she delivered the lines was just annoying. And her male voice was even worse.

Book would have been so much better with a different female narrator

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  • Theresa C
  • 17/06/2019

good story female performance could be better

Mark's reminded me of a female version of William Shatner in star trek. loved the story though.

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  • Stephanie L Hill
  • 13/06/2019

The Guys Voice...

I can’t describe it but I hated his voice at times. It was too much. I did like the southern accent but that voice...ugh. But the storyline was amazing and of course the female voice was great.

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  • LS
  • 08/06/2019

Loved this story

Loved it! This story was great, really captured an independent and supportive relationship. Sad at times but found myself smiling along with the characters.

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  • Twanda House
  • 05/06/2019

Storyline was good!

I had a difficult time connecting with Reese because of how the narrator portrayed her. It sounded as if almost all her lines were read in the same manner. I enjoyed the narrator who read for Laird, although the intense parts seems a bit too forced.