Love Sincerely Yours by Meghan Quinn, Sara Ney
Narration: Ava Erickson, Alexander Cendese
Three ⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2 from Ari
Length: 7 hrs, 45 mins
Dear Mister.. . . no, too formal.
Hey there sweet cheeks. . . no, too forward.
To whom it may concern,
Full disclosure; before we move forward with this email, I would like it to be known that I have consumed an adequate amount of alcoholic beverages to intoxicate myself tonight. Three margaritas, two shots, and one beer—because it was free.
I think it’s important to be open and honest with your co-workers, don’t you?
So here I am, being open and honest. Drunk but honest. Or just drunk with lust? You decide.
I have a hopeless, foolish, schoolgirl crush on you when you are the last person on earth I should be falling for. Did you know people around the office call you a sadist? An egomaniac. An insensitive, arrogant prick. But what they don’t know is your bark is worse than your bite. And that bite doesn’t scare me. The fact is, I’d love that bite of yours to nip at my bare skin while we’re both wearing nothing but sheets.
For once I want you to look at me as more than one of your employees.
And as long as we’re being honest, that navy blue suit you wear? With the crisp white shirt? It really makes me want to loosen your tie and show you exactly who’s boss.
I really enjoyed this story. Meghan Quinn and Sara Ney make for a great co-writing duo. The story was fun, light, and thoroughly entertaining. There was of course just enough sexiness and steam in this romance make it something right up my alley. The double dose of wit brought by these two authors more than shows in the dialogue and I giggled my way through this classic alpha male realized smart, gorgeous girl is alive and ripe for the taking story.
Narration was done by Ava Erickson and Alexander Cendese. Ava Erickson is one of my go-to narrators so I loved everything about her performance. Alexander Cendese’s not entirely so. His attempts at a “female” voice fell short for me. Also, I’m not sure why, but it almost sounded as if he was shouting and ultimately doesn’t make the hero sound or come off as likable. I think this is an example where casting got it half right. 3.5 Stars.