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Loved these narrators together! I really enjoyed the style of dual narration they did in this one, I wish they did it more often. I loved this one, short and sweet, very easy read with little drama just an all around feel good story.
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Kendall Ryan just needs to take my money... all of it! Every book I read, or listen to, I think is my favourite, and every time I’m proved wrong. Her writing is so captivating that I end up lost in the story, whether I want to be or not. Bro Code was no different, I loved the idea of this story and thought I’d enjoy it, but, it was so much more than I thought it would be. The twists had me on the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next to bring everything together.
These characters are so cute. I just adored Ava’s parents, they were so sweet and funny. I liked Nick, maybe he needs a story next.
Barrett Wilson is a charmer for sure. He was sweet, and sexy. He also drove me half insane with his bro code excuse - my god, man! I may have thought about slapping him upside the head on more than one occasion. Ava is just awesome. I loved her character so much. She was committed and determined no matter what others said, I loved that about her. The love she had for the factory and the workers was commendable and made her such a strong character and I loved that.
The relationship between Ava and Barrett was so cute. I loved their interactions. It was fun, since they’d known each other a long time, and lusted after each other for almost as long, seeing that finally come to fruition and them not be able to resist, it was the sweetest thing. The sex scenes were smoking hot and fit this couple and their story perfectly.
I usually love Ava Erickson and Jacob Morgan’s performances, they’re fantastic. And they’re both brilliant when performing a dual narration, however, as a duet performance? OMG! Just take my money and give me more! Amazing! Having already read the book I can safely say that they brought this story to life and gave it a whole new feel that I didn’t get from just reading it. They always seem to have the perfect tone for each character they perform that it captivates the listener and they get lost in the performance, this book is no different in that aspect, but having Ava perform the female and Jacob the male parts just worked so perfectly. Is it too soon to sign a petition for more duets?
The production was fine with no issues that I noted.
In true honest fashion, and I know I’ve gushed about this book, there was one line that I didn’t like, that frustrated me a bit, it’s nothing major, personal taste and all that. But, since I’m still thinking about it, I’m mentioning it. Because, you can absolutely love a book, and still not like every aspect of it. That’s the joy of reading, right?
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