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Under Your Skin

On the Record, Book 2
Written by: Lee Winter
Narrated by: Victoria Mei
Length: 12 hrs and 44 mins
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Publisher's Summary

A twisty lesbian romance sequel to The Red Files about the family we can’t choose, and the one that chooses us.

What do a stolen food-delivery robot, a woman from the past, and a bizarre scheme to microchip military veterans have in common?

The infamous Caustic Queen, Washington DC bureau chief Catherine Ayers, would love to find out but she has a lot on her plate right now. She and her fiancée, reporter and Iowa girl Lauren King, are busy wedding planning in Lauren’s home town.

That means facing a lot of beefy mechanic brothers, a haughty cat, and a sharp-tongued Meemaw. Catherine’s sure she can play nice with everyone. Well, pretty sure. How hard can it be, anyway?

©2018 Lee Winter (P)2019 Ylva Publishing

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got under my skin

a great sequel to red files, loved all of it and continuing Cat and Laurens story. Lee Winter is the penultimate story teller and really goes in depth with storytelling, absolutely amazing writer, LOVE HER. The narrator was also excellent

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  • snoopyluv
  • 2019-06-16

Hope there's a book 3

I enjoyed the mix of twists in these two stories. I also enjoyed this one because of the closing of the loop with Ayers' family, or at least more details and her confrontation with her parents. I would like to see the series continued.

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  • J.B.
  • 2019-05-25

Wonderful Read

Another fabulously witty, funny, and intriguing story by Lee Winter, I loved getting back into the lives of King and Ayers and taking on another adventure and wedding. Victoria Mei did a wonderful job bringing Catherine, Lauren, and all the crazy Kings and other characters alive.

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  • charity johnson
  • austin, TX United States
  • 2019-05-13

laugh out loud funny!

flipping halarious..definitely one for the library. Heart warming. no regrets on the purchase of this audio!

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  • ASB
  • Greenville, NC
  • 2019-05-04

Revisiting the Caustic Queen is Worth Every Minute!

Lee Winter writes the best books. She never fails to deliver, especially on ice queens and Victoria Mei bring Catherine to life.

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  • Margaret
  • 2019-04-22

Excellent Audio!

I loved Under Your Skin. Great follow up to The Red Files. Great romance with plenty of investigative journalism and intrigue. Victoria Mei does an excellent job with the narration.

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  • AZ Desert Gal
  • 2019-04-28

First half slow, but gets better

The trying-too-hard cleverness on the dialogue and overacted haughtiness of narrator made it an effort to listen through the first half of the story but I'm glad I did cuz the story improved and I ultimately enjoyed it despite the narrator.