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Shot the Plot

Written by: Lynn Michaels
Narrated by: Eric Umstott
Length: 2 hrs
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

What happens when a brilliant musician teams up with a hot dancer for an important school project? Will they fall apart or make the grade?

©2016 Lynn Michaels and Blue Eyed Dreams, LLC (P)2020 Lynn Michaels and Blue Eyed Dreams, LLC

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  • Cassie S.
  • 2020-10-23

Cute story, awkward narration.

I like Lynn Michaels, and probably would have enjoyed this more if I had read it in print. The narrator was just awkward. His female voice was cringe-worthy, and the voice he did for the second MC was like I would imagine a European grandma sounds. Ok, but definitely not a re-listen. YMMV

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  • Stephanie VO
  • 2020-10-11

Great listen!

This is such a great short listen. I really like Deme and Gavin. They are so sweet together and i love their love story. Eric Umstott does a great job with the narration. He made me like this story even more.

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  • Romance Lover
  • 2020-09-26

A romantic short story...

shot the plot is a 4 star. I really enjoyed this short story. It was more developed but sometimes the transition is a little fast and I think if the story was a tad bit longer it would have been a lot more smooth. I was invested in the couple. Although Demi was hot and cold it made it more sense as to why he was scared. He wanted serious and it didn't look like his cute musician was serious about anything in his life. a cute little opposites attract romantic short.

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  • Dannette Huggins
  • 2020-09-24

Good story. Short.

I have been looking forward to listening to a book with a dancer. Narration was good started out a little rough to where I wasn’t sure I would be able to listen to the whole thing. Much better as the story progressed. Plot was ok i didn’t realize or maybe paid close attention that it was a college romance. Characters were good. Over all a nice book if like dancers and deadlines for college.

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  • Heather
  • 2020-09-22

Short and entertaining

I was given the opportunity to listen in exchange for an honest review. Both author and narrator were new to me. I have never listened to a two hour book before, so I was I intrigued to see how the plot would progress. The book moved very quickly, but was engaging and held my interest. Its definitely light, low angst, more of a young adult mindset. The writing flowed smoothly, and was descriptive. dialogue was good. I liked the narrator. his voice was rich , there was good definition and transition between characters making them all distinct. I respect the authors choice for making the book short and sweet, but wonder how the story could have developed had she given more character development. The characters were cute and quirky but I didn't feel an overall emotional connection to them. quick, light, breezy.

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  • Georgette B
  • 2020-09-22

Absolutely quick read

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest opinion. I thoroughly enjoyed this book for three main reasons: 1) The story made me swoon and laugh; 2) The plot was straightforward and elegant-boy 1 meets boy 2, boy 1 falls for boy 2 (even though he thinks boy 2 is out of his league), boy 2 rejects boy 1, but ultimately surrenders to his cuteness. There is a woeful misunderstanding which is resolved by the tenacity of the boy 1. The “L” word is blurted out at an awkward time, but the awkwardness dissipates because the feelings are reciprocated-Love wins the day and we have a HFN ending; and 3) Great narrator. It was refreshing to read a story that takes place in a time and place where there is no homophobia. The two characters are able to freely express their love for each other and that there is unconditional acceptance and love from thine around them. Narrator: bravo!!! Eric Umstott was great. Officially added to my list of favs!

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  • RACHEL REED
  • 2020-09-19

Super Engaging!

I liked this romance between a musician and a sexy dance teacher. Very fun and entertaining to listen to. Eric Umstott did a great delivery on the audio.