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Publisher's Summary

A frustrated lawyer finds release where she least expects it - and where she needs it most - in this exhilarating, sexy romp through the finest gluten-free indulgences in a New York City grocery store.

After another long workday, the only thing Meredith wants is a nice big bowl of paleo maple-pecan coconola. But the hour-long checkout line at 7:00 p.m. at an all-organic supermarket stands between her and satisfaction, and the yupster mob is working her last nerve. Then, out of nowhere, a spontaneous flirtation with a stranger shows her there’s a lot more than coconola waiting for her in the bulk-food aisle.

Meredith is part of The Fairer Sex, a collection of sexy, satirical, and sometimes harrowing short stories that explore the question: “What do women want?” The answer is different for every woman, but each can be read or listened to in a single sitting.

©2019 Michelle Miller (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Wish I had read the reviews first

I had just finished the first story in this series (which was a lighthearted story about a successful blind date) and immediately started this one thinking it would be similar. Its not.
Its way overly descriptive about waiting in a supermarket line. Eventually I broke down and scrolled through the reviews to figure out if the story was going anywhere and apparently it's going somewhere even weirder than I expected. Did not finish.
The narrator does a good job with the weird script so I'm giving four stars for the performance. Its not her fault the story sucks.

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interesting

lol not what I'd imagine to happen in a grocery store aisle, but hey, to each his/her own!

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Seriously. Sex at Whole Foods???

Spoiler alert-not a believable story. Unless you believe that 2 strangers would have sex in a busy supermarket.

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Commercial + porn

This was a sad commercial that suggests women are less than and need a man to elevate.

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Senseless

This is the worse audiobook I've ever listened.
it literally made no sense.
unbelievable
pointless
confusing.

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Very confusing

What did I just listen to? It started very interestingly, but quickly went downhill into what I was sure until the very last moment was a fantasy, hallucination, or daydream. The level of absurdity was completely unexpected, especially after another story on this series was much more subtle.

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wtf... WARNING!!!!

this is garbage. and stressful to listen to. there fuck did I just listen to?!??
not sexual at all. fuck that.
do not waste your good vibes on that garbage.

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Was ok.

I enjoyed the story and the speaker does an awesome job. It was a little far fetched with the sex at the end. And ending it with the orgasm, would think it could go just a little further, like they leave the store together without paying for anything. LOL

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Started Strong, Spiraled into Whole Foods Erotica

Well, I listened to all the audiobooks in the Fairer Sex collection. For the most part, they were entertaining mindless stories I was able to enjoy to while doing various household chores. Most of them are Rauchy Romance stories, this definitely one of them. It started off good, I was enjoying it....until it turned into a Whole Foods Erotica narrative. It was just so unbelievable that for me made it go downhill. Not my favorite read in the collection. Listened for free through prime reads, so cant complain about the price, lol. The narrator definitely gets 5/5 stars, she was great!

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What did I just listen to?

Audio borrowed for free via Amazon Prime membership. At 25 minutes long (including intro & credits) this is a very short story.

Meredith is in line at Whole Foods eating maple pecan Coconola (we know this is what she’s eating because it’s mentioned every other sentence). She’s annoyed with all the people around her including a guy who is left-swiping on a dating app. While in line she runs out of snacks and heads back to the bulk foods to get more. Hugh (left-swipe guy) follows her as he’s found her profile on the app and decides to swipe right.

Apparently he’s actually decided to have sex with her in the middle of Whole Foods. Meredith agrees and they go at it in front of shoppers (one who grumbles because they’re blocking pineapple chips or something). Somehow they manage not to get arrested.

The story ends as soon as the orgasm is over so no clue about Meredith or Hugh or anything else.

I can’t imagine spending money on this or ever listening to it again. It’s an intriguing concept (the series, not this specific story) and the narrator was great. However, this felt incomplete and the public sex was OTT for me.