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Publisher's Summary

Everybody knows you don’t marry the rebound guy. 

And yet, that’s exactly what Charlie does. But once the husband is out of the picture - kinda - she’s ready to leap forward with her life. She returns to the neighborhood she left, the business she missed, and into arm’s reach of Nixon - the reason she needed a rebound guy in the first place. 

Other than rebuilding her life, Charlie has one main goal now that she’s back in the place she considers home: Stay as far away from Nixon as she can. But their long history, his magnetic charm, and a certain sense of unfinished business makes that much, much harder than Charlie thought. 

Nixon is willing to own up to his part in their breakup, but for Charlie, finding a place of forgiveness is going to take much more than that. She’s willing to take a chance on friendship - something they’ve had since they were kids - but falling in love again? That’s a whole different story.

©2014 Christina C. Jones (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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  • Toni D
  • 2020-07-18

One of my Favs

This is one of my favorite books by this Author. However, I did not care for Nixon’s narrator. He didn’t give me the “Nixon” that I pictured. Even his accent, I love Sean Crisden narrations in other books, but he threw me off with Nixon’s character. Overall, this is still one of my favorite books. Nixon & Charlie will forever be my FAVS! I love CJ and her literature. ❤️😍

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  • MsOctober👑
  • 2021-09-21

Loving this series

This is my first ever review but I’ve read a majority of books by the phenomenal CCJ.
This is a Great Book to say the least! I love the thickness & Love of curves by Nixon for Ms. Charlie.
I do agree with another review that the voice for Nixon was a bit off putting at first, but I grew to like it.
I don’t want to give away spoilers…so I won’t but I’m sure that the research that CCJ does for the facts in her books, no matter how small are excellent.
The bits of psychology are well thought out and the characters are always AMAZING!
My favorite narrator- Wesleigh Siobhan has a beautiful, relatable voice and her delivery is always refreshing and interesting to me.
Well worth the purchase.
You can’t go wrong with CCJ.

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  • Latoya Lindsey
  • 2021-03-19

dissatisfied

the male voice over just didnt do it for me! maybe I am biased because the last book I read the Male voice over made me quiver with excitement. this guy gives me.... nothing. just nothing.

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  • itay
  • 2021-03-14

loved!

I loved everything about this book. The story line was engaging. The narration was on point. I have no complaints.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2021-01-20

Really enjoyed

Really enjoyed this book. My favorite female narrator is Wesleigh Siobhan but Sean Criden is not my favorite male narrator but he did really well in this one, I though he fit the part. This book kept me interested. looking forward to next in series

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2021-01-18

Favorite

This one has been my favorite in the series so far. I couldn’t stop listening! I love Charlie’s personality.

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  • AlishaAzul
  • 2021-01-13

Wow 🔥

Nixon is my official New Book Bae. Lord have mercy 🥰😜💦 His scenes were very realistic. Great plot and ending.

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  • MzLuv
  • 2021-01-03

Good Continuation!

I really enjoyed the story! At times the male narrator wasn't the best, but for the most part it was good. I appreciated how the characters from the previous book fit into the storyline seamlessly. I would definitely recommend listening!

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  • Ira Davis
  • 2020-12-26

love

it took a min but falling in love is hard to do but in the end when it all come together it can be beautiful. I just wish Charlie could have got out of her own way sooner

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  • KweenBee
  • 2020-12-15

My FAVORITE Out Of The Series (So Far)

Nix and Charlie's story is my favorite out of the series so far. Although their love storybhad some "complicated moments", there was no long drawn out drama- no baby mommas, current side chics, and no secrets held longer than necessary. The story progressed appropriately in the alloted time and ended in a way that if they are not brought up in the next book in the series I feel like I got closure, but still an opening to keep up with them as the series progresses too. I also like that all of the crew from the first two books is still around, but not in a way that stole the show from these characters. I absolutely love how Ms. Jones is weaving all of her characters together like a fRamily. That makes it believable and relatable to me. As usual Wesleigh did her narrator thing and as usual Sean's narration irked me. Her male voice makes the male characters come alive in the way in which they have been described- young, hip, sexy...then Sean starts reading and it reminds me of my 75 year old uncle- UGH! It just doesn't go and it makes me cringe! I wish her and Jakobi Deim narrated every single book together- always. They are a match made in narration heaven.