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Publisher's Summary

One irresistible night, and I'm f*ed.

Quite literally. It was nice. Hell, it was mindblowing.

But between my folks being uptight that I've only just recently turned 18 - and his super strict Italian parents - especially after his dad finds out I was a virgin. Sorry, Aronne - forgot to mention that. Also forgot to mention my recent graduation wasn't from college.

He's pissed. So is everyone but me. I don't regret it, but what I do regret is being forced to marry him. His dad will disown him, and it's looking like my mom is ready to throw me out, too.

The next time we're together, now as man and wife. Well, Aronne knows how to send me over the edge. But he leaves me feeling used. Because he's gone. My deception was too much, and he flies off to manage the company business in South America.

When he comes home two years later, I'm expecting it's to finalize the divorce. He wasn't expecting the baby bearing his name, and I wasn't expecting him to break down my defenses and win me back.

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Aronne and Molly

This was a pretty good story although I could not stand Aronne. Luckily, he had one redeeming quality after he left Molly for two years. Jaclyn Elfring did a good job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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3.7 The narration was alright, I thought she did ok with giving each character their own voice. A quick, fast paced story that I personally couldn’t stand the guy from the beginning through the very end but to each their own. Our heroine is strong yet easily bendable which bothered me at times but overall I’m happy to have heard their story.

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Love story...

I enjoyed the short story and although it developed quickly, as expected, the characters and storyline were easy to follow and entertaining.
I did not care for this narrators male voice, her female voice is pleasant though. Overall, she is easy to listen to I just wish there was either a male narrator or a better male voice.

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Wonderful! 💕

OMGosh, OMGosh, OMGosh!!!! Each and every page... 😍😍😍

I thoroughly enjoyed this novel from the first page until the very last. It has been a very rare occurrence that I could just pick up a book and read it in one day; but, I was captivated by these characters and their amazing love story instantaneously.

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too short

super short! good story though, needed to be atleast twice as long to be a book.