Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Audio: Bad Reputation - Stefanie London



Audio CD, 11 h
Published August 7th 2018 by Tantor Audio
Bad Bachelors #2
Contemporary romance
For review

My thoughts:
Omg, this Bad Bachelor app is so evil. If you read book 1 then you know. It ruined someone's life. Here the reviews are positive, but if you are trying to put on a show that might fail, then maybe you do not want the press to discuss the size of your private parts instead of your show.

In book 1 we learned who made the app. In this one I got even madder at that person. I can not forgive that person. Enough is enough.

But yes to the book. Wes has a big *beeeep*. Or so the reviews say. He is a good guy. And all he wants is to have his show be a success, on its own merits.

Remy is a dancer who has given up trying to be the dancer she wants to be. She is scared of letting anyone in, and there will be drama. Though, stop and listen woman. Stop and listen!

There is dancing, trying to get ready in time for opening night. And falling in love with someone you maybe should not fall for at this moment. But like they could stop it.

Though listening to it felt long at times cos they talked a lot and sometimes about nothing. That works better in print.

I want to say more about the app creator , but can not. But I guess that person might be a main character in the next book....

Conclusion:
Romance, dancing and a bit of drama.


Narrator: Larissa Gallagher
I felt she was good at times with her voices and range. But I also felt she did not put enough emotion in her narrating.

Blurb:
It's true, Wes is well-endowed. But everything else is a huge misunderstanding . . . Wes Evans, son of Broadway royalty, just wants to achieve something without riding his family's coattails. Too bad the whole world is talking about his sex life after the notorious Bad Bachelors app dubs him "The Anaconda." But when he sees a talented ballet dancer, he knows she is exactly what he needs to make his show a success. Remi Drysdale only had one thought when she fled Australia for New York-never mix business with pleasure again. Ever. Working with Wes is the perfect chance to reclaim her career. Remi promises herself not to tangle with the guy who holds her career in his hands . . . no matter how enticing his reviews are on the Bad Bachelors app. 

24 comments:

  1. I get bored when there is a lot of dialogue that doesn't go anywhere. I just listened to a book a week or so ago that felt like that.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Books of My Heart

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    1. A chat is nice but it draggged and it felt like filler

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  2. I'm like Melanie and get bored with a narrator who has as much emotion as reading the phone book. Thanks for sharing

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  3. What an app! That's awful, but the romance sounds good. :)

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    1. I get that the app wants to be good, but the men harassed, not so much

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  4. It will be interesting to see if the author can redeem the app creator - if that's the plan.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. I do think the next book will that one...it will be tricky

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  5. Love the premise of this story. This sounds like a book that I might enjoy.

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  6. Meh.... sounds like too much drama for me. No Bad Bachelor App!

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  7. Might try this in ebook/paperback format but sounds interesting

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  8. Hahaha well...Wes should consider himself lucky. I suppose there are worse nicknames he could have gotten instead of "the Anaconda"... :P

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  9. This sounds like it has an interesting premise.

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  10. Sometimes a book is not enhanced by the narrator and this one sounds like this. And yes when a book is mucking around it can feel long when listening.

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    1. They sure discussed nothing and everytning

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  11. I love when you get mad at a character. What an awful app.

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