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Publisher's Summary

Twenty beautiful women and only one of them knew Brock’s real identity, so why were they both keeping it a secret?

Rejected by the leading lady on the reality show Love Letters, Brock was ready to take his place at center stage. He knew he could pass himself off as a regular guy and loved seeing women’s reactions when he told them he played video games for a living.

What he didn’t tell them was that he had a master’s degree in video game design and was international reigning champion in several competitions and a billionaire.

But one woman knew the truth, and she wasn’t telling the others. Or was she?

Cora recognized Brock right away, being a gamer herself. The guys at her work had dared her to come on the television show Love Letters because she refused to date anyone from their small community, and because they knew she was obsessed with the show. She figured the likelihood of actually being chosen by the leading man was pretty slim. Nineteen to one, actually.

When Cora realized Brock was hiding behind his screen name the way a famous author hides behind his pen name, she decided to play along. But how long would she play games with his heart? Long enough for another woman to prove to Brock that she cared more about him than his wealth and position?

©2019 Julie L. Spencer (P)2020 Julie L. Spencer

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Fun listen

This was a fun listen. This is a short story so some items are implied but the story was enjoyable and I recommend this book.

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Continuation of series

Brock was a character we met in book one of the series. He isn’t chosen as the love interest of Michelle in the first love letter dating game. He becomes the next bachelor in this book with 20 women vying foe his attention. But nearly from the beginning of the book we find out who he is attracted to. Cora is a drone operator. She isn’t a fancy lady. She is down to earth and likable. The book repeats some things from the first book since it is based on a love game show. The book is fairly short. Perfect for a nice relaxing read.

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Reality T.V. Sweet romance

I enjoyed listening to this story that takes off where Who Wants to Marry a Mormon Girl ends. You don’t have to read the first book though.
I like Brock and Cora and their quick romance. It was a kind of love at first site story and moved rather quickly. There could have been more depth to the story, but is good if you are looking for a quick read with a HEA.

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An easy and fun story

This was an enjoyable second installment in the Love Letters series. We met Brock in Book 1 of the series and now it's his turn to be the center of attention.

As he meets the various ladies he's going to date on the show, he is immediately drawn to Cora. But given the nature of the reality show, he has to continue through the prescribed path of dating all the other women.

The stress and strain that puts on Cora lead to a less-than-stellar choice and her decision to leave the show.

The real question is, are they over? Maybe. Maybe not! You'll have to listen to find out what happens next.

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Reality TV love

I really liked this follow-up to Who Wants to Marry a Morman Girl. This was a clean and fun listen and I laughed and almost cried because, well... I'm not telling. Cora and Brock had definate chemistry but then he thought there may be someone else to whom he had affections for. I'm glad it worked out how it did... thank goodness for good friends!

The narration was done well.

I received a free copy of this book from the author and am voluntarily leaving this review.

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Cute story

I enjoyed this cute, fun second book in the Love Letters Series. It’s short and sweet, and I enjoyed the original idea of the billionaire being a gamer. This is a stand-alone, but I’d recommend starting with book one. Who Wants to Marry a Mormon Girl is also very cute! I hope there are more books in this fun series.

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Would you want to date a guy who made his living playing video games for a living. Or the one woman out of the twenty who was one also. A dare to come on a realty television show. Wanting to find love like his buddy Ashton. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion
Thought it was enjoyable and good narration

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Fantastic narrator, Fantastic story!

I may be a little biased but I absolutely love the story. Abigail does a great job bringing the characters to life!

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Good and then too rushed

I was enjoying this book (not as much as the first one but enjoying it). And, suddenly, everything started rushing and there was a fight, then there wasn’t even much time for a make up and they’re already getting married. I don’t expect this books to be something they’re not but I do expect them to have a love story and this one, sadly, skipped a part of the process...
Is the next one in the series going to be about Nicole? I would like to know her story!