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After Care by L.B. Dunbar #Romanceopoly

After Care

Title: After Care

Author: L.B. Dunbar

Pages: 419 pages

Format: Audiobook

Source: Scribd

My Rating: 3 stars

Synopsis

Breast cancer survivor Edie Williams is ready to live.
Divorced. Mother of two.
She’s planned the vacation of a lifetime for a reboot,
only to encounter an awakening adventure—Tommy Carrigan.

Manager of the band Collision, Tommy Carrigan has his plate full.
Independent. Carefree.
He’s on an annual holiday with his band family,
when the unexpected happens—Edie Williams.

Love might be just what the doctor prescribed,
but can it survive the world of rock-n-roll?

My Thoughts

I really don’t have much to say about this book. If it wasn’t for romanceopoly I probably would have never read this. I am glad I did read it though because I did end up enjoying it.

I listened to the audiobook for this. I never comment on the narration of books in my reviews because I listen to them at 2x speed so you can’t really tell much at that speed however that was not the case with this one. For some reason when the narrator was narrating Tommy’s part sometimes it was very cringy to listen to. It was something about the way she spoke his parts especially in the beginning I just cringed while listening to them.

Honestly that’s all I really have to say. I did enjoy the story and I loved the romance. I’m in my early 30s and I still found this to be cute while also being awkward. I will say that sometimes I felt like Edie acted a little immature at points but overall it was enjoyable.

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