Friday, July 1, 2016

Audiobook: 21 Days - Bethany Lopez (Time for Love #2)

Published Date: March 26, 2016
Genre: Romance
Synopsis: Sasha and TJ are no strangers to enjoying sex with no strings attached, so when they decide to act on their mutual attraction, there should be no reason why they can’t apply that same philosophy to each other.

Money has never been an issue for Sasha, which made proving herself as a real estate dynamo a personal challenge she was determined to conquer. Raised in a gilded world masking neglect and disappointment, she learned not to depend on anyone, especially when it comes to love and relationships. Men are great for companionship, but she isn’t looking for anything serious.

Used to going without, TJ has worked hard to be able to support himself. When he loses his job and his home in one fell swoop, he faces relying on others for the first time in his adult life. Then Sasha steps in, offering him a place to stay until he’s back on his feet. He grudgingly agrees, but vows to be out of her guest room within 21 days.

They'll discover that a lot can change in 21 days, especially when they decide to give the idea of "friends with benefits" a try. As each day passes, Sasha and TJ become closer than they’ve ever been. Will they be able to go back to being just friends when their days together are up, or will they allow their personal hang-ups to get in the way of what they really cherish most?

This story is meant for readers 18 and older.

This definitely wasn't my favorite audible book of all time but I definitely enjoyed the story. 

Opposites will attract and sparks will fly in this book. 

I would not recommend this audiobook to a friend because the narrator did not portray the characters correctly. So I would rather direct them towards the kindle version rather than the audible due to the fact that I hated how the narrator portrayed Sasha and TJ. Their story is wonderful but the way it was told did not give me the best feeling. 

Another book that might I would compare 21 Days to would be impossible to choose other than the first book in the series. 

Three words best describe Crystle Lee’s voice would be High pitched, fast, unlistenable

There was the moment in the book that particularly moved me when the moment came around that they loved each other.

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