• The Sound of You Overreacting

  • A Falling for the Nanny MPreg (Sprung Like Spring, Book 3)
  • By: J. D. Light
  • Narrated by: Merrick Pearce
  • Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

I'm too old for this...

At 47, I'm too old to be saddled with a toddler, no matter how stinkin' cute he is, though if anyone tried to take him away, I'd commit murder. And I'm definitely too old to be staring longingly at anyone like a lovesick moron, but especially the 23-about-to-turn 24-year-old nanny I've somehow acquired to take care of him. Every little thing he does, no matter how innocent, sends my mind into overdrive, and I have to run off to my friends to question if I'm overreacting or not. Like, was he just flirting with me? Or am I completely reading the situation wrong? And on the off chance that he was actually insinuating what I think he was insinuating, should I run? I should probably run, right? I don't know what the hell to do with a 24-year-old! 

If there was ever a more ridiculous, clueless... and utterly adorable alpha in the whole world, I've never met him. Frost just turns me to goo, even without the help of his unbelievably adorable nephew. And good grief is the man stunningly gorgeous. He's older, and I know that bothers him, and if I was a different person, I would probably leave it alone, but he's too damn tempting. And a member of the Felton-Waldon-Hester family wouldn't dream of letting something they wanted get away that easily. 

The Sound of You Overreacting is book three in my new lighthearted, Omegaverse Sprung Like Spring novella series. These books can be enjoyed as stand-alones, but getting to know the overlapping characters will make it worth listening 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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Gay cliches

While it started out OK, the story quickly became a series of cliches about gay relationships. It attempts to get serious with the explicit sex scenes but still falls flat.
It was a struggle to finish it.

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  • K
  • 02-25-21

Great!

I've always loved the book and the author has found another great narrator!

Here's hoping that he does the remaining series and Salacious too. 👍🏼👍🏼

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