Audiobook Review: The Plus Ones by Kayley Loring


The Plus Ones by Kayley Loring

Narration: Mackenzie Cartwright, Teddy Hamilton

Four ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars from Ari

Length: 6 hrs, 40 mins

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Love changes people.

I’m the first to admit that I, Keaton Bridges, used to be an immature, entitled ass.

Okay, maybe I’m the second to admit it—after Roxy Carter.

That loudmouth.

But I’ve seen what true love has done for my friends, and I want it for myself.

Somehow, I’m the only single guy left.

Somehow, she’s the only single girl.

The only time Foxy Roxy hasn’t been a loudmouth?

That time we were making out at our best friends’ wedding.

And every time we’ve seen each other in the five years since then,

because she refuses to talk about it.

Well, she’s going to have to talk to me now.

It’s the dead of winter, and our six best friends were planning a getaway

at a Caribbean couples-only resort.

One of the couples had to drop out, and I refuse to be left out in the cold.

All Roxy and I have to do is pretend to be in love for one week so we can

spend some much-needed time with our favorite people.

And all I have to do is pretend I’m not dying to kiss her again.

Please note that this is a complete standalone story, but it includes crossover characters from Tonight You’re Mine and Come Back to Bed.


The Plus Ones by Kayley Loring was great! Equal parts friends to lovers and fake relationship made for a really fun listen.

I had fun seeing Keaton and Roxy come together. Keaton was all the things. The man was sweet and caring and had me all up in me swoons and feels. Roxy was a bit harder to cheer for. She’s difficult and stubborn and just felt a bit immature at times. Still, as the book went on she began to grow and mature. But by the end I was full on rooting for her. Their chemistry was spot on and the will-they-won’t-they factor only added to that.

Narration was performed by Mackenzie Cartwright and Teddy Hamilton. It’s no secret that Teddy Hamilton is one of my favorite narrators and he did a perfect job bringing swoony Keaton to life. Mackenzie Cartwright was equally great. The sweetness in her voice helped to make Roxy more likable and I really enjoyed her narration overall.

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