• Guarding Murphy: A Bodyguard MPreg

  • Sprung like Spring, Book 4
  • By: J.D. Light
  • Narrated by: Aaron Smith
  • Length: 1 hr and 58 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

I'm not the best at picking men. I always seem to end up with jerks. Controlling jerks, abusive jerks, jerks that only want one thing. You name the jerk flavor and I've probably tas... okay, that wasn't where I was planning on going with that. 

When an obsessive ex won't leave me alone, I enlist my super-hot, super-interesting neighbor to protect me and end up going on a road trip I would have never expected in a million years. I've wanted Fisher practically since I met him, but with all his tattoos, piercings, and confidence, he's like a walking billboard for cool and edgy, while I'm... well, boring is probably the word used most often to describe me. I just don't see someone like him being interested in someone like me, no matter how cozy we have to get in the sleeper of his truck.

When the cute, dorky little omega who lives next door seems to be having trouble with his ex, there is no way I can let the guy go unprotected. But I'm a truck driver and typically don't get to spend much time at home. It's pretty clear the only way I'm going to be able to keep Murphy safe is if I take him with me. I know it's a horrible idea. I should definitely let one of his many, many family members come take care of him, but the temptation of all that close proximity in my truck proves to be too much, and I drag him along with me, knowing good and well that I can't keep him. A man like him needs permanency and security, and I'm a truck driver who spends more time on the road than I do at home. I have no business wanting him the way I do, but I do. I definitely do. 

Guarding Murphy is book four in my new lighthearted, Omegaverse Sprung like Spring novella series. These books can be listened to as stand-alones, but getting to know the overlapping characters will make it worth listening to them in order. There will be fluff, humor, and probably some pining. So, sit back, relax, and take a break from the horrors of reality!

©2020 J. D. Light (P)2021 J. D. Light

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so much fun

JD Light is so much fun I love love love their books. I am always waiting for the next one anytime I see one I buy it they are in the top five of my favorite authors.

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Meh, mispronunciations due to accent

The reader has an accent and does not pronounce some words as they are said in American English, since the story and characters are supposed to be from Colorado, it just doesn't sound right. That is a bit irritating since I know what the word is supposed to sound like in American English. I also felt there was some areas where the wrong tone/inflection is used and comes across strange to me.

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  • 04-22-21

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I really enjoyed the book and the narrator has done a good job bringing it to life.