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May the Best Man Win

By: Mira Lyn Kelly
Narrated by: Seraphine Valentine, Tad Branson
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Summary

The first in a smart, sizzling new contemporary romance series by USA Today best-selling author Mira Lyn Kelly.

Jase Foster is as loyal and committed as a friend can get - when it comes to the guys, that is. But with women he keeps it casual and experiences what one would call a "high turnover rate".

Emily Klein is beautiful and confident...and has mile-long legs that have been strutting in and out of Jase's life since adolescence, leaving a wake of destruction. As they get paired up time after time as the best man and maid of honor in the upcoming nuptials of all of their best friends, Emily and Jase find their mutual resentment simmering just beneath the surface...right alongside their mutual attraction. Committed to maintaining order for their friends' sakes, they keep their personal loathing for each other under wraps...at least so long as they have an audience. But once they're alone...

©2016 Mira Lyn Kelly (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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About five hours too long!

The story really is a trivial HEA. It didn't need ten hours of will they, won't they. Ok for doing the ironing or if on a long solitary walk but otherwise I really can't recommend it. Good job it was free

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Great book

Really liked This book. Perfect mix of love and a little bit of smut. Loved the main characters Jase and Emily, nice easy listen would definitely recommend!

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Just what I was looking for

Awesome story, I had been looking for something fun and easy, this was it. The narration was perfect. I completely fell for the characters.

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easy story, great narration

cute story, but very predictable. it started with a storm of names and it's a but too much at the start, but you then get familiar with all of them and it all makes sense. despite this, i still enjoyed it very much. the narration was out of this world. Tad and Seraphine are absolutely brilliant.

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Fair enough but about 5hrs too long

If you're looking for an easy read for doing chores or driving, this is a great option. However, I can't for the life of me understand why the story didn't end after about 5hrs. It felt drawn out and didn't need the extra 5hrs plus. I gave up at Chapter 21.

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Bored

I listened for 5 chapters then gave up. Kept waiting for something to happen but Nothing happened. It was boring.

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so so

It all feels a bit mundane and tad long, had to listen sped up as narration was languid. It was easy listening with an okay story. Glad it was free.
Pet peeve of mine when the man automatically blamed for everything that went wrong even though its not his fault or at least not entirely, hence the low stars.


*spoiler warning* Jace obviously has trust issues, Jace and Emily talk about the foundations of Jace's trust issues, Emily discovers Jace doesn't really trust her (because of the history of his trust issues), Emily breaks it off without talking it through and its somehow all Jace's fault!? and Emily defending her friend (who was obviously in the wrong) to the point of breaking up with Jace. Urgh. Jace can do better

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