• The Perfect Love Storm

  • By: Anna Black
  • Narrated by: Lynette Freeman
  • Length: 8 hrs and 30 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (103 ratings)

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The Perfect Love Storm

By: Anna Black
Narrated by: Lynette Freeman
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Publisher's Summary

Chase Storm is a rich, young bachelor who has no intention of settling down. His reputation as the town's playboy is ruining his family's name, so his brothers decide to take action. To tame their youngest brother's appetite for women, they offer him a sweet deal. Unwilling at first, Chase finally agrees to take on the challenge and is introduced to Madison Atkins-Morgan. 

Madison, a widow, had moved back to her hometown of Tyler, Texas. After losing her husband and twin sons in a car wreck, she needed a fresh start. When things don't go as planned, she finds herself in a slump. Four years later, after having isolated herself, she decides to rejoin the real world and start living again. 

Unaware of Chase's reputation for being a ladies' man, she accepts his dinner invitation. They'd met before, but he hadn't seemed interested in her during any of those three encounters. When his reputation comes to light, she chooses to continue their budding relationship. 

After falling in love with the person the whole town warned her about, she discovers she was part of a wager. One that could cost both of their hearts.

©2019 Anna Black (P)2018 Recorded Books

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    3 out of 5 stars

Predictable

This book was okay and the storyline was safe and predictable. I like the main character Madison, but I did not like the character portrayal of Chase throughout the book, Madison deserved better. The author should have thrown a few twists in to add some more interest to the storyline.

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Finished book barely

the narrator's men's voices sounded female. story hard to listen had poor narrator's share NO

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I loved the story line

I thought the book was very interesting. The only thing I did not like about the book was the voice that the reader chose to use when reading male parts. It was absolutely terrible and almost cringe worthy. Other than that I think The story was a great story and the reader did a good job with the female characters.

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#NarratorSoBadCouldNotFinish

First time in 2 years couldn't finish a book on Audible. Narrator Lynette Freeman stunk!!!!

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Excellent, Emotional and Riveting Read. I Loved It

Great read that flowed effortlessly from beginning to end, so down to earth and real. Great Narration that read all the parts of the characters. My favorite line "It doesn't Mean a Hill of Beans WhatYou Said", this line is from my math teacher when I was a youngin. Great Read! ReneeG

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I dropped a few tears happy and sad.

Excellent love story. The Narrator was perfect for me. Overall story line was perfect and it highlighted family support.

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  • KG
  • 12-10-20

Nice Story

The Storm brothers was definitely a mess....I enjoyed the banter back and forth between the four (4) brothers....Baby brother Chase was the ladies man of the bunch and his family wanted to see growth in him. So his brothers coaxed him into a $3,000,000.00 bet and pick the beautiful plus size Madison. From the time Chase's brother Damon re-introduced Madison and Chase he was actually smitten with her. To his surprise he enjoyed their conversation and getting to know her. The couple eventually fell in love and he asked for her hand in marriage. Then....the secret of the wager comes out and Chase goes through a lot to get her back. He did whine a bit too much for me being a thirty-something year old man....He did confess this was his first time falling in love. Madison on the other hand was dealing with prior heart break and now, she's dealing with the loss of Chase.....Trying to get to their HEA will prove tough because there's someone waiting to get her opportunity with Chase....This was a good story...it's interesting to see how people use their money and power to try and get what they want.

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  • MF
  • 08-07-20

This book is boring

This book is boring. I just have to write something extra so my review would post. But yea save all those credits get past this one over.

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it was okay

Predictable and the only excitement was the end before the wedding. The narrator was also just okay

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Love at last

I love this book because it shows no matter what happens in our lives we can overcome anything.