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Two years ago, Mia had everything she thought she wanted. She loved her job, and her best friend Nicole was finally recovering from losing her family in a car accident. When they met rock star Zack Walters and were given backstage passes for his concert in their hometown of Minneapolis, Mia had no idea she would get involved with the band's drummer, Chase Harper. It was simple, fun, and exactly what Mia liked best—no strings attached.

Then Chase decided to change the rules, and Mia did what she's always done best: She ran. Now she's on her way to Los Angeles to help Nicole get ready for her wedding to Zack. The one thing she's not looking forward to is seeing Chase again. With his sculpted muscles, strong hands, and dark gray eyes that seem to know everything she's thinking, Chase has the ability to make her forget. He also has the power to make her feel—something Mia refuses to let happen. When everything around Mia's life begins to crumble, and she keeps all of her secrets tucked close and hidden away, Chase is the one who steps in to help.

Because he has decided that he isn't letting her go again. Not until she finally admits she's his.

©2021 Stacey Lynn (P)2022 Spectrum Audiobooks

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Chase & Mia

I was waiting for this release after the first book, as I knew Chase and Mia's story was going to worm it's way into my heart. Chase knows what he wants, and it it Mia. He has had the thrill of bring the rock drummer and enjoyed his fair share of groupies, but there is something about this woman that is different. Mia is set on not ever having a serious relationship. With a bad role model, she is not going to live her life the same way. Will Chase be able to change her mind? He is just asking for one week. Gah...my heart. Chase is swoony, and I can not get enough of this man. He checks all the boxes and had me from chapter 1. Mia has so much going on in her head and her life that I totally sympathized with her. She also frustrated me to no end! And getting to see Nicole and Zac was just a treat! I am loving this series. A little rock band, a little angst, a few twists and turns and I am caught up in the story and feeling like these characters are my friends. It shows how Stacey Lynn has pulled me into her world.

Narrated by Meghan Kelly and Neill Thorne is just a bonus! Kelly is a talented narrator, pulling out all the voices for these amazing characters. She delves into their minds and becomes them, giving us that realistic feel and drawing us into the story. Neill Thorne is a favorite, and as Chase he nails it. He has a warmth to his tone that warms my heart and makes it impossible not to love. Fantastic pairing for this installment of the story. Can't wait for more.

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Awesome Story & Listen🎧 Gripping & Heartfelt!

Stacey Lynn penned another fabulous rockstar romance novel, the second in her “Just One Song” series, this book features a different member of band, Chase, the drummer and good friend of Zack, the lead character in the first book. Chase was out with Zack when he first met Nicole and Mia, her friend is the one who pushed Nicole to flirt, which was where it all began for Zack and Nicole. But their story was not the only one that began that night, Mia and Chase started their no strings attached fling that night too. Neither one was looking for a commitment and they continued their fling for months until Mia stopped answering his calls six months earlier. Zack and Nicole’s wedding is coming up and Chase surprised Mia with a visit and a proposition. Chase’s feelings changed, and he wanted Mia to give him a chance, give him one week. But in true Mia fashion, she fights the idea because she has a lot going on in her life and some serious commitment issues. Chase is patient with her and she warms up to him remembering how good they are together and for each other. But she does what she does best and runs, she does not want to burden anyone with her issues. This book is as beautifully written and plotted as the first book, the story is captivating and tugs on your heartstrings the entire time. It was great to catch up with the other characters from the first book. Stacey Lynn, thank you for another wonderful story and emotional rollercoaster ride.

🎧📚🎧 And for the amazing narration, Meghan Kelly and Neill Thorne continue to rock it as they bring these characters and their story to life. They had a complete understanding of the characters they portrayed, and are consistent with their character voices, giving each a voice that is a perfect fit to that character’s persona, sounding believable and just as I pictured the characters to sound. Meghan Kelly’s Mia is spot on, captures her strength and determination and her vulnerable side, Neil Thorne nails it as Chase. Both were great at performing the roles of the secondary character as well. They set the perfect tone for the story, captured all the character’s emotions and projected them into their performance, having you feel every single one. These entertaining storytellers are versatile voice artists and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for another wonderful listen.

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Very emotional topic

I actually liked the premise of this story. Neither Chase nor Mia wanted a relationship. They just wanted friends with benefits. Until they didn't. When Chase asks Mia to give him just one week, she agrees. Even though she has hesitations, she has nothing stopping her and it gives her more time with her bestie, Nicole. However, before the week is over, things will change and Mia will leave, with no explanation.

Chase is frustrated at the way she left and the fact she's not answering his calls or texts. What he doesn't know is what Mia is going through, since she won't tell him. This is actually a very emotional story. More so than the previous book, I think.

This is the second book in the series and it is narrated by the same narrators as the first. My only complaint about the narration is that I feel Meghan Kelley's voice sounds older than the character's appear to be. I also felt like some of the outtakes were not edited in properly and the original recording was not removed, so you had some repetitiveness.

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The audiobook have some quality issues...

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The story of Mia and Chase is not an easy one.
They had their easy friends with benefits relationship, until Chase decided that he wanted more and Mia bolted.

I liked how he was patient with her commitment issues and how carefree she was, but that didn't lasted long.

Mia pulled away from him again, to take care of her health and he let her deal with that on her own. Messaging her but not actually there. It was a weird relationship on both sides cause it wasn't a relationship at all.

I understood where her issues came from, but not her attitude to just ignore him half of the time. Same as I don't instant how he waited for her for so long, just to seek other woman when he was suppose to be supporting his friends.

It was a good story, but with lots of unrealistic situations.

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Narrated by Meghan Kelly and Neil Thorne.

She have a good voice but the way she makes every sentence look like an interrogation question or a surprised scene when they're not, is not something good.
His interpretation were way better and I liked.

The audiobook though, have a issues like repetitive sentences or small parts at the end of a line, and really long pauses between chapters.

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nice change where the guy pursues the girl!

5 stars for Neill Thorne's performance. He is a favorite narrator and very talented at voicing multiple characters while conveying all the emotions needed.

4 stars for Meghan Kelly's performance ( a few hiccups in editting of her chapters) and I didn't connect with her voice in this particular book. I liked her secondary character voices much better than Mia.

Chase Harper is the dreamy drummer who was introduced in book 1. Loved this character!! I mean who DOESN'T want a famous, hot, sexy man who just wants his girl to reciprocate his love?

Mia was annoying at first, but once you realize (towards the end) why she is the way she is, it wasn't hard to love her!

Here's the short and sweet recap:
girl meets boy, they get hot and heavy with a no strings deal, boy falls for girl, girl freaks and runs, boy chases girl ... and, well, you'll just have to read/listen to find out how it ends!

** Note to whoever produced, proofed, etc this audio:

PLEASE FIX ALL THE ERRORS!! THERE ARE SEVERAL INSTANCES where Meghan
has obviously repeated, in a different voice/tone, and it wasn't caught. In addition to that, her chapters have several long pauses in between chapters.

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  • Vanessa Leighton
  • 05-16-22

Wow

I wish i could give this more stars the characters interactions and the storyline made this a winner for me. This is not a story that you will want to pause so give yourself some chores you have been putting off and drift away to another world. Seriously i was looking for more yard work to continue listening to this one.