Summary

There’s a thin line between hate and tolerance, and it seems to sit squarely between us. Lola Bell could easily bring an army of men to their knees, as long as she never opened her mouth. She’s soft in too many ways. A people-pleaser who goes the extra mile. Some might call her an easy target. In short, she has all of the qualities that I despise. But when it comes to me, she doesn’t hesitate to fling her poison arrows my way. She has every right to her feelings. Over the years, I’ve given her plenty of ammo. Yeah, I hate Lola. But it doesn’t stop me from wanting her too. When she makes me a proposition I can’t refuse, there’s just one problem. She tastes so f*cking sweet. So f*cking good. So f*cking mine.
©2017 A. Zavarelli (P)2017 A. Zavarelli
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4 out of 5 stars
By Natalie on 04-02-18

Great Story Idea...

Thank you to Laurel Schroeder for providing me with a free audiobook in return for an honest review.

Tap Left follows Lola and Adrian Daire.
Lola was the girlfriend of Adrian’s half-brother, until he died in a boating accident. Years later, Adrian still checks in with Lola and makes a proposal that he’ll teach her what guys want when she finds herself single and wanting to settle down. While they go on ‘fake dates’ and he teaches her how to be attractive, Lola signs on to the Tap Left app, a dating app that Daire does not approve of.

The storyline was okay. I like the enemies to lovers genres. It seemed to flow quite well in most parts.

I liked gradually hearing about Ryan, Daire’s brother and Lola’s ex-boyfriend. When we first hear about him, it is obvious that Lola misses him and did love him. However, as memories come through, we gradually find out that Ryan wasn’t such a great guy and I really liked that gradual leak of information.

The narrators in this audiobook were brilliant. I loved the voice of Daire, Aaron Shedlock.

I tend to quite like alpha male stories where the main male is a little arrogant, but Adrian Daire was downright vile, borderline abusive. I’ve already established a few months ago that I’m not into dom and sub stories but that part didn’t bother me. It was more the public ridicule that got to me quite a bit.

There were parts where I’d get quite bored and wish for the story to just finish, it seemed to go on much longer than it needed to.

I did hope that ‘That Guy’ who Lola was talking to on the top left app would appear as Mr perfect and take her away from Daire, but I did guess his story and wasn’t overly keen on it.

It didn’t make it obvious what the story of the boat accident was about. I maybe would have liked a little more of a story into it as it was such a big event in both of their lives.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Clare Keating on 21-01-18

hot hot hot

What made the experience of listening to Tap Left the most enjoyable?

Tracy Marks and Aaron Shedlock were once again amazing at bringing the story to life they just do an amazing job.

What did you like best about this story?

the hot affair wow some of the things they got up to were just wow.

Which character – as performed by Tracy Marks and Aaron Shedlock – was your favourite?

loved both main characters could not pick between them

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

too hot to handle

Any additional comments?

this was such a great story so easy to listen to I had to stop a few times just to sleep but if I could would have listened to the whole book in one sitting.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Misty on 16-12-17

Sweet & sinful

I think sweet and sinful are the perfect words to sum up this book. Although A Zavarelli is known for dark, this book is not dark. It’s angsty and lovely and emotional and heated. I truly enjoyed it.

Aaron Shedlock made for a perfect Dare. So incredibly confident and cocky, with this whole emotional and sweet side that was limited to his internal dialogue that Aaron made reality.

Tracy Marks was brilliant, as she always is for A Zavarelli characters. It’s almost as though they are written for her inflection and tone. Although I enjoy Tracy in all that she does, Zavarelli books are especially a favorite of mine.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Kimberly Smith on 15-12-17

Good story, great narration

This story was just okay for me. As expected, there’s a lot of steamy sex but, the story and female lead leave something to be desired. There were numerous eye-roll moments and situations that are a real stretch of the imagination. I can’t explain without giving spoilers so just listen and decide for yourself - you may find you love it and I’m too critical. Either way, you will enjoy it because the narration is superb. As always, Aaron Shedlock and Tracy Marks give outstanding performances. I received a review copy at my request and voluntarily reviewed.

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