Who knew sleeping with the enemy could be this fun?
Was the one night stand a good idea?
Well, no. Probably not in retrospect.
In my defense, I had just moved back into my grandparents' house, I'd lost my dream job, and a guy on Tinder had stood me up. It was like life had suddenly stamped 'loser' on my forehead.
So when the guy behind the bar started giving me the look...you know, the one that promised I'd be screaming his name into the wee hours of the morning? When that guy also has the perfect amount of scruff on his chiseled chin, biceps bulging out of his t-shirt, and a cocky grin you knew he'd earned in the sack...when he gives you that look, you don't bother to figure out what your six degrees of separation are. You jump on that horse and ride it!
Pun fully and completely intended. And accurate, by the way.
I fully admit to feeling sorry for myself and acting impulsively, but by the time I'd figured out who the bartender was, I was already falling for him.
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By Debra on 30-09-17
It's truly makes me tickled pink!!!
I read each of the books in the Modern Love series on the day that they were each released.
This one is probably my favorite because we meet these 3 girlfriends who are each in search of a unicorn cock! Whitney and Cole's story is sexy, sweet, asking and it just sizzles!
This was the first time I listened to Molly Mermelstein. She's amazing. I loved all of her characters that she portrays and look forward to more of her performances!
Highly recommend this first audio book for the Modern Love series. It's so worth it! Piper Rayne takes you to San Francisco and this author certainly depicted the city perfectly and I ought to know since I live here!
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By Ceej C on 02-10-17
Loved this story!
I have reread the ebook version of this book countless times and absolutely love it each and every time. This audio version brings the emotions, from laughter to angst to joy so well. I love Whit and Cole and how their story of hate to love shows that anything is possible when it comes to the heart. The fullness of the story is there and so is the serious hotness!
As to the performance, I only have two things that struck me as a critique. First, there were several occasions where a new part of the narrative or dialogue was missing the beginning of the word. For example, when she says, "Whitney," all I heard was, "itney." This may have been a technical issue, like the recording had a lag. Second, there were times where I could obviously hear the narrator's puffs of breath as though she was leaning too close to the mic. In my head, it felt like I felt the puffs of air hitting my ears. Those two things did not take away from the story for me. One huge thing I loved about the performance was that she captured the different characters well. I could tell the difference between the dialogues of Whit, Talia, and Lennon. This is not always my experience with audiobooks. It made my experience of listening to The Bartender more enjoyable.
I have high hopes for more audio versions of Piper Rayne's books! This was so much fun and Piper Rayne rocks!
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