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A Little Too Close

By: Rebecca Yarros
Narrated by: Callie Dalton,Jason Clarke
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Summary

From USA Today best-selling author Rebecca Yarros comes a small-town single-parent romance.

Nine years ago, Weston Madigan saved me. I came to Colorado penniless, heartbroken, and pregnant, searching for a fresh start. Weston gave me a job at his family’s resort, then left the next day and never returned, not even to visit.

Then I stumble in on Weston cooking breakfast shirtless—gloriously, inappropriately shirtless—in the shared kitchen of my duplex in employee housing. Given the shock on both our faces, he wasn’t expecting a roommate either, let alone two.

The growly pilot is only home to start his family’s new heli-skiing operation. I can handle being his temporary roommate, right? Chemistry and attraction aren’t impossible to ignore when you agree on ground rules. Besides, even with those gorgeous, brooding brown eyes, the guy is a walking thundercloud...until my daughter, Sutton, makes him laugh and he smiles at me. Then everything changes. Cue inconvenient heart flip.

This is only temporary.

I can’t fall for Weston.

I. Will. Not. Fall. For. Weston.

But rules go out the window when you’re a little too close.

©2022 Rebecca Yarros (P)2022 Rebecca Yarros

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I really liked it!

Rebecca Yarros is one of my favourite authors and I was over the moon to received a free audio review copy. A Little Too Close is book 2 of the Madigan Mountain series but can be read/listened to as a standalone. I did not read the first book and will add to my TBR/TBL as I really liked this story.

The story is one of my favourite trope, grumpy sunshine, second chance romance in a small town. Weston is one of my favourite romance hero and this is all down to Ms. Yarros writing. She can write a hot, swoony, military helicopter pilot that I love in a romance book. Callie and Sutton relationship as mother and daughter are adorable. What's not to love about these two characters, if I'm in Weston's shoe I will easily fall in love too.

Narrators Callie Dalton and Jason Clarke did a brilliant job narrating all the characters. Five stars are not enough for their performances. They brought Ms. Yarros' story to life.



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Great book

Wow what a fabulous story in this ongoing series. Each author is different but the storyline that runs thro the series is awesome. Narration is brilliant too. Can’t wait to read and listen to the next book now

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  • Book Bruin
  • 20-11-22
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Love Jason Clarke & Callie Dalton!

I really enjoyed the narration by Jason Clarke and Callie Dalton, but sadly A Little Too Close fell a bit flat for me. I'm a huge fan of the grumpy + sunshine/I hate everyone but you tropes, and Weston was grade A premium grump material. The unintentional roommate/forced proximity worked well and I liked the chemistry between him and Callie. Unfortunately, the last third/quarter things started to go off the rails and the push and pull felt so forced. An honest heart to heart would have solved the entire thing and the complete 180 by both characters left me with whiplash. Callie's epiphany of dreams changing over time was a great point, but I would have liked her character arc to have been less dependent on Weston and romantic love. The story was still entertaining though, and the audiobook casting was perfect. Jason Clarke and Callie Dalton are two of the very best and I am always impressed by the variety of voices Jason Clarke utilizes.

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CW: death of parent/loved one (past), grief, housing insecurity, strained family relationships, parental abandonment, mentions of military service/missions

Tropes: forced proximity, roommates, single parent, workplace, slow burn, grumpy + sunshine, I hate everyone but you

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  • 17-11-22

Loved all of it!

Perfect single mom story with the right amount of depth, heart, emotion and heat. Narration was amazing!

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  • 25-10-22

Great story!

This is a new to me author and I was not disappointed! This is the second book, chronologically, in the series although it is listed last when viewing the series in audible. Callie, Weston and little Sutton stole a piece of my heart. I’m geared up to read the next installment and enjoy the ride as Crew finds his love. Exceptional narration! Don’t miss this one!!

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  • 03-02-23

Wow

I loved listening to this book and omg The story line. Such real life problems thrown in. The characters are amazing ❤️❤️

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  • Missdeb74
  • 26-01-23

Sigh…the female narrator

I have never read a book by this author, and was very pleased. The story and characters were great. BUT … the female narrator was very distracting and annoying. It seemed like she added, or stretched out the last syllable of every word almost like some weird valley girl accent. If I had just read the book instead of listening to it, I wouldn’t have anything negative to say.

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  • Krissy Jana
  • 04-01-23

Awesome

This was the best of all three for me.
A man who cleans and flies helicopters.

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  • Jennifer Marie
  • 04-12-22

Loved it!

This was my first book by Rebecca and I loved it. It was emotion, full of messy family drama, steamy and swoony. Callie is a single mom and offers to have Weston live with her when he comes home and has no where else to go. I loved watching Callie and Weston and her daughter, Sutton bond as they lived together, the three of them have great chemistry. I loved the relationship that Weston develops with Sutton. They have a rocky road to their happy ending due to things that happened in Weston’s past and him denying his feelings for Callie but I love the way that she grounds him.

Jason Clarke and Callie Dalton did an amazing job with the narration. Jason was able to bring out the emotions that Weston was going through with his family and really made you feel that with his voice acting. Callie Dalton was new to me and she was amazing as Callie. The narration and story was great and I’m looking forward to checking out the brothers stories in this series.

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  • LMPD
  • 27-11-22

Great series!

This is my favorite book of the series. The narrators are phenomenal and bring this story to life.

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  • 11-11-22
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Sweet and full on my feels!

I've been obsessing over Rebecca Yarros's books since last month, and this one is no different!
I love her way of telling a story, the depth of her characters and the love that you can feel over the pages.

Cali and Weston are emotionally so different from each other, that you can categorize then as opposites in every way.
While she's moved by her heart, he's moved by loyalty and principles, but never his emotions.

I loved their dynamics living together and all the little things that made them become a family, even before their chemistry fired up.

Series by different authors aren't usually as fluid as this one seems to be, and I'm diving right into the next book, cause all this group is really something else!

Amazing narration!
Jason Clarke is one of my fave and Callie Dalton was also great!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-11-22

Great escape!

Jason Clarke was excellent as always. The female narrators annunciations were horrible especially as the male voice. I loved the novel taking place on the mountains. Rather than hot climates for a change. Characters were well developed. Good story line.