Category Archive: York, Sebastian

Blush for Me by Kristen Proby

Narrated by Abby Craden & Sebastian York I have enjoyed the first two books of the Fusion series on audio so I was keen to continue and hear about Kat’s HEA in Blush for Me. Unfortunately, it was the weakest book of the series so far and there was a big issue that stuck out …

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Park Avenue Prince by Louise Bay

Narrated by Andi Arndt and Sebastian York The hits (and near-misses) just keep coming from Louise Bay, with a new story in what isn’t labeled a series but features some characters from a previous book (The King of Wall Street, Max and Harper). (Sounds like a series to me, by the way.) While Max was …

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The Empire State Series: A Week in New York, Autumn in New York, Summer in Manhattan by Louise Bay

Narrated by Saskia Maarleveld and Sebastian York Having recently listened to Louise Bay’s King of Wall Street, which I picked up on the strength of Melinda’s review, I was keen on trying more of the author’s work. The Empire State Series caught my eye because of the narrator pairing; I’ve listened to and enjoyed Saskia …

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Four Letter Word by J. Daniels

Narrated by Kate Russell and Sebastian York This is a tough review to write. There were things about this book that I loved, but one major and one minor building block of this relationship that didn’t sit well with me. Unfortunately, the blurb doesn’t flush out most of this story (instead just giving you a …

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Full Package by Lauren Blakely

Narrated by Sebastian York Full Package is the latest in the series of loosely linked books by Lauren Blakely featuring hot young twenty-somethings living in New York and told from the hero’s POV. Those who have read or listened to Big Rock, Mister O or Well Hung will know Josie Hammer and Chase Summers, who …

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Sweet Cheeks by K Bromberg

Narration by Andi Arndt and Sebastian York Sweet Cheeks gives a unique spin to a story that romance listeners have no doubt heard before: the second chance at love trope. The interesting twist is that Ms. Bromberg splices and dices this trope with a couple of other contemporary romance tropes (the movie star with a …

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Easy Kisses by Kristen Proby

Narrated by Rachel Fulginiti & Sebastian York Easy Kisses is the latest release in the Boudreaux series by Kristen Proby. I bought the first books in the series and I confess I called a halt to the first one, Easy Love, because I couldn’t quite cope with the disconnect in accents. Rachel Fulginiti gives the …

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