Summary

A Dom stuck in anger management classes meets his match in his court appointed therapist. Their attraction is off the charts. Unfortunately though, the timing is bad for both of them. Or, at least it is until he discovers his little vanilla doll isn't vanilla at all. Then it's a matter of timing be damned. He can't keep his hands off her. A definite problem, as she has a past to deal with and he has a goal to attain. So when the present rears its ugly head, they are both blindsided. Now they're forced to stare each other down if they hope to have any chance of a future together.
©2013 Riley Murphy (P)2014 Riley Murphy
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3 out of 5 stars
By Catherine on 22-11-14

Listen on x1.25 speed. If you can. WORST RECORDING EVER.

I hardly ever write reviews. So, you know it's got to be bad.
I was so excited to hear the dual narration I bought this book. The first 2 minutes I was convinced someone recruited their neighbor's friends cousin twice removed to record this amiture effort at an audio book.
It was LOUD then too quiet, background noise, big unnatural pauses between sentences. Terrible performances by actors. Stilted, self conscious, voice inflections didn't match the scene and they both Choked on a few funny jokes.
I listened on 1.25 speed and that kept me from calling the production company to curse them out for insulting Audible and its loyal listeners.
Wow, the arrogance and audacity it took to put out such a poorly done recording must be staggering. Audible should be ashamed too for accepting such a thing. I could do so much better with my niece's karaoke machine.
The story is good and scored a 4 out of 5 on my personal hotness scale. I liked the banter between the characters and the battle of wills. I liked the twists of the plot as well.
Note to Riley Murphy.
Take a "hint" and don't try to produce audiobooks in your sister's hairdressers friends cousin's garage and don't use your friends to narrate. It's cheap and offensive.
More books though. Give me a call if you want to record a book. I'll let my grandmothers niece and her cousin narrate and I will clear out my son's daycare so I can make a better recording than you did
Kisses, Cat

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4 of 5 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Ashley Hedden on 02-08-16

Great Book

If you could sum up Stare Me Down in three words, what would they be?

Great Sexy Book

Which character – as performed by Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross – was your favorite?

I loved both Aries and Jaxx, they had a chemistry that no one could deny.

Any additional comments?

Stare Me Down by Riley Murphy was a great book. This book was so much fun to read. Aries is a Dom who is in anger management when he meets Jaxx his therapist. I really enjoyed Jaxx and Aries together, their banter was great. I have really enjoyed reading Riley Murphy's books and can't wait to read more by the author.

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