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De : Chantal Fernando
Lu par : Bridget Haight
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    They told me not to get involved with him because he had a bad reputation. I didn’t listen.

    Why? Maybe it was those eyes. Most probably it was his body. Or maybe it was his quick wit, easy charm, and the way he made me feel so at ease - like I was perfect just the way I am, flaws and all.

    I realize now that he wanted me to feel that way, so I’d accept him, just the way he was.

    He wanted to have his cake and eat it too. He wanted a game, so I gave him one.


    ©2016 Chantal Fernando (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC
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    • 04/01/2021

    It's Okay

    I ended up skipping some of the chapters in this book. Some parts seemed a little dragged out, and the main character's stubbornness is a little much at times. This is the second book by Chantal Fernando I've listened too and ridiculously stubborn women seem to be a theme in her books in an attempt to make them come off as "strong." While the main female character is pretty easy to connect with (a shy introvert who is awkward in social situations), the stubbornness just got on my nerves a little. Her willingness to be so upfront and honest, however, was refreshing. I also enjoyed some of the 'game' between the characters, but that only lasts about 2-3 chapters. It could have been longer, pulled more on the characters and the chemistry between them, but it was fairly short. Most of the book brings you from a year before and then up to the present and continues from there.

    Some aspects of the book I felt seemed a little immature. Rather, something you'd deal with in early college/late-highschool and not at 28 years old. I also think there could have been a lot more character development, relationship development, and overall, more than just chemistry pulling the two of them together. The conversations, while sometimes interesting, at times lacked depth.

    For the narration, it was... okay. It wasn't Bridget's voice that bothered me, but rather the way she sounded like she was reading a children's book at times. It was an odd "sing-songy-list" type of intonation, and the only emotion I felt she honestly connected with was humor. I've never listened to her narrate before, so I wanted to give it a chance. I'm hoping she's just new to narrating; it'd be nice to see her improve.

    So would I recommend this book? Perhaps. I don't think it's worth $24, being it is only 3 hours and 48 minutes. But a credit? Sure, it's a quick semi-entertaining read with some light-drama sprinkled in that doesn't have you waiting for several chapters to resolve.

    This is a standalone HEA.