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Four guys. Constant moaning. And a revolving door across the college suite I somehow ended up in because my first name is Shawn. They don't discriminate. Girls. Guys. Grandmas. Plants (okay maybe not plants). All walks of life stroll in stressed to the brim and leave so satisfied I'm wondering what sort of talents lie behind that door.

My roommate calls them the pleasure ponies. But the rest of the college campus? They just call them the new face of Wingmen Inc. - a paid-for-relationship service that makes big promises. Breakup? They'll glue you back together again. Depressed? They have the magic pill. Lonely? Just spend a few minutes while they rub you down and you'll forget all about it. And broken hearts? Well, that's their specialty. They'll fix you. For a price...

I swore I wouldn't get involved. But apparently, they like a challenge, and a girl who doesn't put up with their BS is basically like waving a red flag in front of a bull. They. All. Charged. But one holds my attention above the rest.

Knox Tate looks like a Viking - and getting pillaged is starting to look more appealing by the day. Though he's hiding something - all of them are. And the closer I get, the more I realize that some things are left better in the past. It's not what you think, or is it?

Dive in, and find out...Knox, Leo, Finn, and Slater are waiting, and they aren't patient men.

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Rachel Van Dyken (P)2018 Tantor

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Co-Ed

I love that this is a sort of spin-off of Wingman Inc. it was fun and funny and a great read to get lost in.
It’s a reverse harem in a way and I loved how they all connect. No like anything I have read before and I completely enjoyed it.

Shawn’s wit and attitude really made this book for me she didn’t take things too seriously. Even though she had been hurt in the past she doesn’t let that affect her future does it make her more cautious of course? That is just being smart.
The 4 men of this book really steal the show and I love how they all need each other and how their friendship bleeds through. Without their comradery, this book wouldn’t have been half as good.

The narration I loved Aaron’s performance I wish we had more of it because his voice was perfect for these guys. Jillian is a new to me narrator and she is ok there were some voices I was like hmmm but overall I enjoyed.

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Aaron, Yes! Jillian, no

When white authors write from the perspective of a black female, they have to - must nail it. This one misses the Mark and the narrator makes it worse. Black women we have a certain cadence and rhythm to our voice. The author and female narrator completely missed that. The female narrator had some weird pauses between words and sentences and odd inflections on words which didn’t require inflection threw the narration off, in general. It also made it hard to believe that woman she was narrating was a biracial Black woman. Additionally, I wish the author would have done more research, particularly anti-racism research to learn more about Black culture, particularly the culture of Black womanhood - we don’t view our Black bodies or Black skin color as the problems of the world; we view racism and colorism as the problems, not ourselves and we certainly don’t internalize that!

Aaron Shedlock nailed the narration. And the story plot line was just ok and parts of it sometimes seemed out in left field.

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Love Bi-racial love Stories

This is a wonderful spin off to the matchmaker series. Shawn and Knox have their own past to get through before they can truly be together. Shawn also has to get over her feeling of being bi-racial and being in a bi-racial relationship. Jillian Macie and Aaron Shedlock did a beautiful job with the narration.

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The narration could be better

I agree with another reviewer. For a black character, please get a black voice actress, there truly is a cadence in our voice that is unique to us, the same with a woman of latin decent and women of Asian descent. Also if she is biracial, she does not have mocha skin....

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multiracial college love story fun

takes a little to get started but once it does it's so fun. there were some plot holes like ::SPOILER ALERT:: the stalking plot line kind of came out of nowhere. but that was excusable and I still loved the story and ending!

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Okay story, but felt rushed

This story was okay. I felt like I missed reading some chapters or something. The story jumped quick and left me feeling like I missed some vital information.

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Clicked on the book after seeing a black woman on the cover (sorry not sorry - white authors do not unusually create main characters who are poc and especially without stereotypes). This book did not disappoint. I did not expect that twist at the end!

It was hot and interesting from the beginning! I'll definitely be continuing the series.

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A pretty good book

This book was good. The storyline was intriguing and kept me interested. I don't do spoilers but I will say that the huge secret that is kept in this book will make your jaw drop. At the person who is ultimately responsible, and the reasons why it happened in the first place.
I would recommend this book with an easy heart. I hope you enjoy it like I did.

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Enjoyable story

If you’ve followed the Wingman series, you will enjoy this ‘next generation’ of Wingmen stories.
Worth the read of listen.

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Outstanding Narration! Great College Story

Rachel is a favorite author of mine. This story was interesting but just too young for me. It was well done and if you like college age characters, this would be a great choice.
The narrators were FANTASTIC!! I will be seeking out their work in the future.
This is probably a Five Star for another reader...just not for me.