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Publisher's Summary

A memorable night of passion refuses to stay just a memory in this sizzling and scandalous romance from bestselling author T L Swan.

I was upgraded to first class on a flight from London to New York.

The food, champagne, and service were impeccable. 

The blue-eyed man sitting next to me, even better. 

He was suave and intelligent. 

We talked and laughed, and something clicked. 

Fate took over and the plane was grounded, and we had an unexpected stopover for the night.

With no plans, we made our own. 

We danced and laughed our way around Boston and had a night of crazy passion that no woman would ever forget. 

That was twelve months ago, and I haven’t heard from him - until today. 

I started a new job and met the CEO. You can imagine my surprise to see those naughty blue eyes dance with delight when he saw me across the mahogany desk. 

But I’m not that carefree girl anymore. My life has changed, I have responsibilities. 

I just got an email. 

He wants to see me in his office for a private meeting at 8:00 a.m. 

Naughty blue eyes have no place in the workplace. 

What kind of private meeting does he have in mind?

©2019 T L Swan (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Delightfully Spectacular

Am very picky, and “The Stopover” had it on all levels. Great narration, solid storyline, and well developed character. Even a few good twists.

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Everyone needs a Stopover

T L Swan has written a wonderful love story between Emily & Jameson. It all starts with and upgrade to first class and a stopover in Boston. A year goes by before they meet again. Two people with the ability to somehow frequently misread what is blooming makes a love story with a bit of business intrigue and a momentous camping trip. Will they make it, will Jameson ever bring Emily yellow roses again? Listen and find out. End note the 2 narrators Sebastian York and C J Bloom bring this story alive.

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Enjoyable book

I laughed, I cried; enjoyed this read thoroughly! The camping scene was priceless! great read

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This book was surprising. Slightly typical, enjoyable overall. I didn't love the narration, but that didn't stop the book from being a good listen.

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Best book I have Listen to

best story I have listened to in a very long time it had me laughing so much. I absolutely love all the characters in this story

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The story was great until about 1 hour left. I really didnt like the turn that it took. So for most of the book it was an easy read. I was hoping to have more of a twist or high point of the book. I like having multiple readers doing the story. Predictable.

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Entertaining

Overall somewhat entertaining. BUT, the female character was a little too bitchy & CJ Bloom was much too shrill during those bitchy times. Not enough Sebastien York. Sex scenes fair. Started listening in double speed at chapter 21 when things got crazy.

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Well developed

Really well developed story. My only issue was Emily, I found her to be over dramatic and annoying. It just got worse as the book went on. By the end of the book I actually cringed every time her chapters came up.

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  • mcgman
  • 2019-11-26

Definitely a hot story but the last third...

Overall opinion: This story started out hot and, even though it is angst heavy, was going very well for the first 60%. The heavy drama started way too early and, in Audible, lasted 3 hours. I skipped over an hour because it was so repetitive. If TL shortened the story by 2 - 3 hours, it would have been a 5-star read for me. If you like the heavy will they/won't they angst heavy, miscommunication drama that lasts for 30+% of the story, you will love this. Brief Summary: No need to expand on the author's summary. POV: Both Overall Pace: Fast, then painfully slow, then lightning fast Instalove: sort of? H Rating: Good to nuts then back to good h Rating: Great to petulant to good Sad/happy/thrill/. Drama with angst and comedy Heat Level: Very Hot - 1st 60%, Hot - 10% (of the last 40%) Descriptive Sex: Yes OW/OM Drama: Yes Sex with OW/OM: Not going to say Cheating: Not going to say Separation: Yes Triggers: Yes and they are crazy Closure (HEA/HFN/Cliffhanger): Does/Does not have: H or h pushing / running away - yup Separation - yup Abuse - no

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  • Mari
  • 2019-11-11

If it weren't for the part at 3 hours left

It had some promise. With some romance and some push and pull, some misunderstandings and some sex. But the screechy hysterical voice and actions of the female character at about 3 hours from the end of the story. I just can't. It sank like a stone for me there. I can't help that I've gotten allergic to when the female heroines in romantic stories just has to get a bit hysterical, too dumb, overreact at conflict or some drama. Especially when it often feels like it is a woman character that is well educated, smart and often level headed in almost all of the story. So she should be able to get upset, sad, angry, and reach a road bump in a story without it suddenly turning to her getting illogical, hysterical. But no, she just has to get a bit screechy and acting like a desperate ditsy character all of a sudden? Calling and texting desperately, why? And it is too bad she had to be that annoying, just had to go there. Because it would have been really good for me if it weren't for that turn at approx 3 hours left.

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  • Tah-nye-yah💋
  • 2019-11-01

A Movie Worthy Read!

This book has it all and, it’s a can’t put down until the end kind of book. It has ruined me for all other books. Loved the characters. This storyline; never misses a beat, The narrative performances by Sebastian and C.J are phenomenal! They meet on a plane, they have an undeniable attraction, they spend one night together, part ways and than, fate brings them back together and life’s never the same for these two main characters. This book is RED HOT, Jaw dropping, every man woman sex and, romance fantasy. So, if you can’t handle this kind of book, you might want to look within another great romance category such as; Religious and Inspirational. I loved this book. It’s my new number one favorite and I can’t wait for the next book in this series. A big 10 Stars to T. L. Swan! What a writer!

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  • 🎧Pam Audio-Fanatic🎧
  • 2020-02-10

The Stopover

Normally I don’t review a DNF book but I listened to 9hrs and 28 mins of the 12 hr and 58 min book so I am going to review and rate it. I loved the beginning I was hoping it was going to be interesting and intriguing and it was until it turned in to just like every other billionaire book. Actually it got worse, it was getting close to childish drama and I just can’t with that. I was rolling my eyes so much but the end if I had made myself listen I would have ended up hating it all. I did love the narration, if it had been anyone else but those two I probably would have stopped after the first eye roll.

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  • G. D. Whitfield
  • 2019-11-28

THE 4-STAR PERFORMANCE WAS ALL SEBASTIAN YORK!!

Why did Sebastian get top billing when I had to listen to so much/too much C. J. Bloom. The story was childish to me, no real connection to/for the characters. I got through it the fourth night. I get it was primarily a woman's point of view, but geezo pete; the female would start off a section o.k., but, then she would loose it and sounded like her character. Not only was the character immature, but the voice was too. There are some 25 year old females around who don't act 15 and going out on a first date. And the complaints about Seb York's voice sounding to old for 20 something men, in my biased view, I always preferred mature sounding men, even when I was 17. I might recommend this listen to someone whose tastes I know!!!

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  • AMP California
  • 2019-11-08

Don't expect to hear a lot of Sebastian York

The story was riveting and addictive. Don't expect to hear a lot of Sebastian York as the book is mostly narrated by the female narrator. She was great but I expected to hear much more of York.

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  • Dragonfly
  • 2019-11-14

Very little of Sebastian York!

Ok, let’s get this straight. I buy my books based on the narrator and Sebastian York is my favorite. There is VERY little of his narration in this book. Most of it comes near the end of the book. If you look at the picture of the book you will notice HIS name is listed first. I would think that would indicate he narrates at least 1/2 of the book. No. His part is about 15%. The book had potential but I found myself playing it at 1.5x, slowing it down ONLY to hear S.Y. Sexy voice. (The female narrator did ok, just that she read to much of the book). I wish there was something posted in the description that tell the potential buyer just what % of the book is read by each narrator. If there was I certainly wouldn’t have bought THIS one.

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  • Floriane M
  • 2020-01-29

I HAVE MIXED FEELINGS ABOUT THIS BOOK

The romance between Emily and Jameson started during their unplanned stopover in Boston after their flight to New York from London was canceled due to a snowstorm in New York. It was supposed to be a one night stand and they did not expect to see each other again. It would have ended there except a year later, Emily was hired by Miles Media, a large publishing company owned by the Miles family and headed by no other than Jameson himself as its CEO. The on again-off again relationships, if you can call it that, and the story itself made me laugh, hate/love Jameson (for switching his personality from Jim the lover boy to Jameson the obnoxious CEO and back), yell at Emily and blush at some very descriptive steamy scenes. So why do I have mixed feelings about this book? Because there are some things that just didn't make sense to me. Why did Lara Aspin (the female villain) sell her laptop computer without erasing its content, not to mention for a measly $100? It seemed to me that T L Swan had to shorten the novel and gave us a quick solution to Jameson's problem. The author never told us who has been giving/selling “breaking news” to Miles Media’s fiercest competitor. Some might say that it is implied, but that does not satisfy me. Again, Emily was described as an intelligent and strong woman, yet she turned into putty and horny when in the presence of Jameson. Really? It seems to me that CJ Bloom sometimes forgets to change her female voice to a male voice when reading Jameson’s line. That made me wonder who is speaking. Sebastian York had the top billing, but he had very few lines. I was a little disappointed. Is the top billing a lure to us who like to hear Sebastian York narrate? I got this book as a Kindle Unlimited Read and Listen. All in all, it was an enjoyable book and for the price, it is worth it.

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  • Ap2514
  • 2019-11-14

More than I was expecting

While this book starts out as a familiar story line it quickly becomes so much more. The characters are intertwined in such an interesting way it will keep you guessing about their "romance". Overall the whole book doesn't follow the cookie cutter romance recipe which I really enjoyed. My only complaint was that we did get very much Sebastian York, I would have loved some more chapters narrated by him.

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  • Fredrica Rowland
  • 2020-08-25

Damn. what a fantastic book!!

Wow!! Thats the only word I have!! This book is amazing, a MUST read/listen!!! 1) The story is so well written. This is the 1st book Ive read by TL Swan and what a fantastic ome to start with!! 2) The narrators on the audible edition make this story come to life!!! The story bewteen Emily and Jamieson is great, from how they met on a plane ride from london to the ups and downs of navigating their relationship. Numerous times I found myself laughing hard and agreeing with things Emily would say! I cant wait until book 2 in The Miles High Club comes out later this month, and get to read Tristan (Jamieson's Brother) story. READ/LISTEN TO THIS BOOK NOW!!!

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