Ruby Scott is months behind on rent and can't seem to land a steady job. She has one chance to turn things around with a big audition. But instead of getting her big break, she gets sick as a dog and completely bombs it in the most humiliating fashion. All thanks to a mysterious, gorgeous guy who kissed - and then coughed on - her at a party the night before.
Luckily, her best friend might have found the perfect opportunity: a job staying at the lavish penthouse apartment of hotel magnate Bancroft Mills while he's out of town, taking care of his exotic pets. But when the newly evicted Ruby arrives to meet her new employer, it turns out Bane is the same guy who got her sick. Seeing his role in Ruby's dilemma, Bane offers her a permanent job as his live-in pet sitter until she can get back on her feet.
Filled with hilariously awkward encounters and enough sexual tension to heat a New York City block, Shacking Up, from NYT and USA Today best-selling author Helena Hunting, is sure to keep you laughing and swooning all night long.
©2017 Helena Hunting (P)2017 Macmillan Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By nicola on 19-06-17


I loved how the people reading this book to me was lilly and randy it made the book just that more fun for me ❤

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3 out of 5 stars
By Regency Romancer on 29-11-17

Nasal narration

The book was ok enough, kept my attention. I liked the lead male character a lot and the narrator but the female narrators voice set my teeth on edge. She was so nasally it was painful to listen to - it didn’t help that her character wasn’t that likeable in the first place but I shall be steering clear of this particular narrator in the future

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3 out of 5 stars
By Hope Jones on 19-06-17

Returned it because of the reader

I love Helena Hunting! I am sure this book is great but the female reader - Rose Dioro - makes me so unhappy, I want to return it. Currently I sped her reading up to 1.25-1.5, which has helped I know the male reader and like his style of reading and his voice. Unless speeding up Ms. Dioro helps, I will return this book. I have no enjoyment listening to her try to read with feeling. She slows down and I can't hear her, she speaks like the character and I think it might be ok but 30 min into it and I want to stop and go onto another book. Too bad.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Sara on 14-06-17

So good and not not so good

What did you like best about Shacking Up? What did you like least?

I liked least the narrator for...I can't even remember the the main girl characters name, but Rose Dioro not a particular fan. The book did have many funny moments, sexy moments and a wanting Bain to be nonfictional.

If you’ve listened to books by Helena Hunting before, how does this one compare?

I think her writing is very well at making the characters in the books charming, funny, and very hot hot moments. The main character in this did have a lot of inner dialog which did get a little bothersome, but Hunting still made it delightful to listen to.

What aspect of Jacob Morgan and Rose Dioro ’s performance would you have changed?

Rose Dioro's pauses between sentences, her whiny voice, and horrible man voice I just can't handle. It became more tolerable because I love, love, love Jacob Morgan's voice and can listen to him all day. I would rather listen to Morgan's woman voice then Rose's man voice. She makes men sound not confident and apathetic.

Was Shacking Up worth the listening time?

It was okay, couldn't totally finish it.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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