Dear Jane by Kendall Ryan
Narration: Andi Arndt, Sebastian York
Five ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ from Ari
Length: 6 hrs, 23 mins
He’s a cocky pro athlete at the top of his game. But all he wants is another shot with the girl who got away.
I broke her heart ten years ago and left town.
She hates me, and rightly so. It doesn’t matter that the rest of the country loves me, that I’m a starting quarterback with a multimillion-dollar contract. Because when I look in the mirror, all I see is a failure who was too young—and too afraid—to fight for what I wanted.
But I’m not that guy anymore, and all I need is one shot to convince her.
He has no idea what happened after he left. And now I’m supposed to work alongside him like we don’t have this huge, messy history?
But I’m older now, wiser, and I won’t let anything stand in my way of doing a good job for this league. Not even one overpaid, arrogant player who thinks we’re going to kiss and make up.
News flash, buddy: I am over you.
Second chance romances are totally my jam. There’s something about two people coming together after enduring and overcoming that makes a love story so much sweeter and worthwhile. Add to that Kendall Ryan’s special mix of sweet and sexy with sprinkles of funny and angst and I’m one happy listener!
Jane was an easy character to like. Sweet, sassy, smart, and totally into sports. Football in this particular case. She’s driven and has reached the top of her profession via her own merit and hard work. Weston is yummy. He’s an professional athlete, sexy, and a bit of an ass. But what famous, sports hero isn’t? I loved Jane and Weston’s connection and these two had chemistry for days! I really liked watching them come together again and narrowly avoid the pitfalls in their relationship the second time around. There were a couple of times I found myself huffing in annoyance or giving a slight eye roll at their choices, but despite that the story was overall sweet and plenty steamy.
Narration by Andi Arndt and Sebastian York was perfect. You can’t ever go wrong with this narrating duo. Sebastian York as Wes was like like eating the perfect ice cream sundae: completely delicious and you feel happy after devouring it. Andi Arndt was equally fantastic. She’s a pro at bringing every emotion to life in her narration with her awesome acting skills and seamless transitions between characters. 5 Stars.
**The bonus chapters of Finding Alexei, narrated by Erin Mallon and Jason Clarke, at the end of this audiobook is the best and worst thing ever. Best because the book sounds freaking amazing and terrible because I am DYING for the rest of the book!