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Love, Sincerely Yours

Written by: Sara Ney, Meghan Quinn
Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins
Categories: Romance, Romantic Comedy
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Dear Mister...no, too formal.  

Hey there sweet cheeks....no, too forward

*Clears throat*  

To whom it may concern,  

Full disclosure: Before we move forward with this email, I would like it to be known that I have consumed an adequate amount of alcoholic beverages to intoxicate myself tonight. Three margaritas, two shots, and one beer - because it was free.  

I think it's important to be open and honest with your coworkers, don't you?  

So here I am, being open and honest. Drunk but honest. Or just drunk with lust? You decide.  

I have a hopeless, foolish schoolgirl crush on you when you are the last person on earth I should be falling for. Did you know people around the office call you a sadist? An egomaniac. An insensitive, arrogant prick. But what they don't know is your bark is worse than your bite. And that bite doesn't scare me. The fact is, I'd love that bite of yours to nip at my bare skin while we're both wearing nothing but sheets.  

For once I want you to look at me as more than one of your employees.  

And as long as we're being honest, that navy blue suit you wear? With the crisp white shirt? It really makes me want to loosen your tie and show you exactly who's boss.  

Love,  

Sincerely,  

Yours

©2018 Sara Ney, Meghan Quinn (P)2018 Novel Audio

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-11-09

Read this book instead of listening to it

Disappointed. I liked the story enough but I couldn’t get past the male narrator screaming every single line. Very jarring. I got as far as chapter 15 but couldn’t continue. The email at the center of the story (Not a spoiler since it’s on the description of this book) was read by the male performer in a shout-y voice full of incredulity and anger. Lost opportunity when it could’ve been sexy. I’m getting my credit back.

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  • Amy Seifert
  • 2018-11-09

DNF - Can't Handle the Male Narrator

I feel like I would LOVE this book if I read it or the male narrator were different. I just couldn't handle the narrator for this book so DNF about halfway through. Loved Ava Erickson, though and the story is great (I think). I'm going to read this one on my own.

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  • Tam E Li
  • 2018-11-26

The male narrator killed this story for me.

Both of the characters were okay. I felt the male narrator completely ruined this story for me. The way he made the main male character sound made him unlikeable, then the female narrator would start and the male character was much more likable.

I would recommend reading the book. Skip this audiobook.

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  • Amanda Thomason
  • 2018-11-14

5 stars for story and female narrator

This is such an awesome story!!! I love Sara Ney!! and now I can't wait to read/listen to some of Meghan's lighter stuff (I can't handle a bunch of crying lol) Also, as always, the female narrator, Ava, was wonderful!! However, who in the world heard the Male narrator and said "yeah, women are going to like to hear their voice butchered like that!" His voice in general was not my taste but I can look past that knowing that's just my personal feelings about it. However, someone, for the love of the audiobook gods, please coach this guy on how to properly produce a woman's voice without making her sound like a 12 yr old valley girl with no brains. Thanks!!!

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  • JanetG
  • 2018-11-13

Story Took Some time to get Good

I enjoyed the rom-com humor and banter between Payton and Rome once the story got more personal between them but it took till almost the end of the book before the chemistry and sexual tension cane through for me.
I did not enjoy the male narrator speaking the female parts he sounded like Minnie Mouse without a brain. Which made the female character sound ridiculous.
The female character was on and she did a decent job speaking the male parts. I wish they had found a female narrator that sounded a bit older. The character is 30 but the female narrator sounded like she was 19.
I think I should have stuck with reading the story.
I don’t think I’ll listen to any other books narrated by the male narrator again he just ruins the female POV
Listen with caution.

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  • susan b
  • 2018-11-08

OMG

I have just finished chapter 3 and I don't think I am going to be able to take this audio book much longer. I have not listened to any audios with Alexander Cendese and he is not good. He seems to be yelling his words and over the top with the dramatics. The other thing is his female voice is terrible. I am going to continue for a few more characters because from the synopsis of this story it sounds interesting. But I had to put this comment out there for the people who depend on audio only for a reason.
Ok, I have gotten to chapter 7, I can't go any further. The female narrator Ava was great. But it can't save this audio book. To bad, it was funny with Eva's characters. Not to be mean to A.C. But he really needs to calm it down A LOT!!!!

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  • Ginger
  • 2018-11-11

Waste of time

The heroine was alright, but the hero was absolutely terrible: stressed all the time, shitty boss, shitty person.
Can’t imagine what she ever ding in him.
The interaction was flat.
Hated this book so much because it had potential.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-11-10

marketing love

Rome and peyton are really cute ... wish the emailing had lasted a little longer

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  • Jaime
  • 2019-11-04

Loved it!

**Solid 3.75 Stars** (I shall explain my .25 deduction in my review)

When I heard Meghan Quinn and Sara Ney were teaming up I'm pretty sure my brain exploded. I haven't been this jazzed about authors pairing up since Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy so to say I've been anxiously awaiting this book is an understatement.

This was exactly as witty and as funny as you would expect a book to be from both of these authors. The banter between Peyton and Rome was hilarious at times and jaw dropping at others. The moments when Peyton was being sassy to Rome were hilarious because he didn't seem to know what to do with her. I really liked Peyton. Sometimes I felt like I wanted her backbone to be a little stronger. It seemed like there were moments when I was like "OH MAN! SHE DOESN'T TAKE ANYONE'S CRAP!" and then she would kind of back down or blush or shy away. That was a little disappointing, but it wasn't constant so, to be honest, it felt pretty realistic.

Rome is ultimately why I knocked off .25. He was, especially in the beginning, TOO MUCH of a jerk for him to actually be endearing. I was sitting there going, "WHY PEYTON, WHY!? WHY DO YOU HAVE A CRUSH ON THIS TOOL?!" As the book went on I could finally see his vulnerability and he started to redeem himself. He was just a bit too much for me in the beginning. Even Zeke in Sara Ney's Douchebag book wasn't as bad as Rome and that's saying something. I would have liked to have him tone it down a bit or have him do something sweet earlier on in the book just to kind of go "Oh there's his good side." That being said, when he was sweet, he was really sweet. He was still a jerk sometimes but his care for Peyton was genuine.

The narrators did a really good job. I love Ava Erickson so she is one my go-to narrators when I'm looking for solid narrations. This is the 4th book I've listened to by Alexander Cendese and while I don't mind his voice, I cannot stand his female voice. It completely takes away from the character he's reading for and it takes me out of the moment. As much as I don't mind his regular reading voice, I would have been just fine if Ava had read the whole book because I don't mind her male voice.

Overall, I recommend this book. Try to look past Rome's rudeness in the beginning when you read it and I really think you will enjoy it.

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  • Cassandra
  • 2019-10-20

Oh Rome!

This story had it all!

First... I love how the books summary was the email Peyton sends to Rome. Talk about a hook!

Second are the characters. Smart and sassy Peyton, her crazy supportive friends. Brooding and sexy CEO Rome and his obnoxious yet caring best friend Hunter.

Third is the way the authors wrote the banter between Peyton and Rome. Whether it was the emails, texts or even in the conference room. They had me in stitches sometimes and other times I was fanning myself.

Fourth is the way the relationship grew. I love a book that has more content and an actual storyline that pulls you and keeps you engaged.

Fifth... Well I won't give the story away... What I will say is that I hope this author duo comes back together to give us Hunters story.