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Just Like That by Erin Nicholas
Narrator: Karen White
Series: The Bradfords #2
Published by Tantor Audio on November 27, 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Length: 9 hours, 8 minutes
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What’s the worst thing that could happen to two commitment-phobes? A one-night-stand set-up date—that ends in the ER instead of the bedroom.
Now the girl who prides herself on not needing anyone for anything is stuck with a guilt-ridden playboy determined to take care of her until her wrist heals. In spite of his one-night-only rule with women.
But hey, there’s nothing wrong with making the best of being temporarily stuck together, is there? Because the key word is still temporarily.
I’m still so happy Karen White brought this new to audio series to my attention. I am loving the sweet, sexy, funny stories of these kind people. We see only a bit of the first couple here and a bit of their circle of friends and co-workers. The series seems to have two names The Bradfords and Everyday Heroes. The stories revolve around the Bradford family, their community center, doctors, nurses and paramedics.
Just Like That is about Sam Bradford. He is a paramedic and the middle Bradford child. He is the only male child between two sisters. He doesn’t commit to anything. He only has one night stands. So is he a bad guy? Nope. He’s oddly more committed to people than he would like to think.
Dannika has moved here recently (Omaha?) and her sisters are here. Based on her history, she wants to be independent and able to do anything and everything for herself. She doesn’t want to need anyone or ever be a burden to someone who loves her.
These two both have issues from the family history. It takes time to work through their feelings. I loved this just as much as the first book. It made me laugh, pant, swoon and cry – all the feelings! I can’t wait for more of these people. Next up is Just My Type at the end of December.
Karen White really handled Dannika’s voice so well. Dannika is strong and confidant, a whole different ball game from the internal debates in the previous book. I loved how definite she sounded, even when she is figuring things out in her mind. I enjoyed her voice for Sam also. The different voices for each character, were well performed. I listened at 1.5x speed which is something new lately for me, but it worked well.
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Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- 2018 Audiobook Challenge
- 2018 New Release Challenge
- COYER WINTER