Damaged and the Beast
- Narrated by: Rayna Whitney
- Length: 9 hrs and 25 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 25-08-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Bijou Hunter
When the tattooed bad boy reminds her of a rough childhood she desperately wishes to forget, Farah keeps him at arm's length. Yet, Cooper refuses to give up. He pushes her buttons, tears through her walls, and forces her to admit her feelings for him. What begins as lust soon builds into something more powerful than either expects.
Can a beast like Cooper heal the damage inside the girl of his dreams?
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By Romance junkie on 16-09-16
Wow, Damaged Girl Loved Completely By An Unexpected Man
This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.
I was taken by surprise how much I loved this story. I do love the strong protective alpha male who when he finds the one he loves sees no other women and is faithful, loving and devoted. That is Cooper...he makes mistakes, jealous, too pushy and yet tender and understanding...wanting Farrah to love him as completely as he loves her. He never gives up and wants her only to be happy.
Farrah has lived a difficult life, having little self worth and trapped by a horrible past. Cooper does everything he can to help and love her.
I just loved this couple...so nice not to have ex girlfriends etc coming around. Cooper's family (siblings) are a hoot and I hope the rest of this series comes in audio...I'd like to see a little more of this couple and the secondary characters in this book.
The narrator was FANTASTIC!! She was perfect in female and male voice...timing perfect, emotions perfect... she will e a narrator I'll look for.
Listen, read, and enjoy this story. I will listen again and again!
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By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 20-09-16
Too Much Cussing
I was given this book in exchange for an unbiased review. This was not a YA story. It was all adult content. The end came too fast but hopefully there is a book 2. Cooper was very protective and I could not believe that he really cared about Farah. But he let go of his mannish ways and invested time in getting to know her and to help her deal with some of her issues. There were a lot of issues in her life but she knew she wanted to be a teacher and did not let anything derail her plans. The narrator was good and made each voice it's own voice. You could tell she had done narration before. She helped make the story. The only part that was YA to me was the interaction between the siblings and the name calling between Cooper and Farah. There was just too much cussing for me. But I guess with the way they were raised you have to expect it. Although some of it did not help the story and could have been left out. Loved the brother's story and it was interwoven just right.
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