Monday, January 8, 2024

✱✱Audio Book Review✱✱ The Playboy by Marni Mann

 

The Playboy
Spade Hotel, Book 1
By: Marni Mann
Narrated by: Savannah Peachwood & Tor Thom

Spade. People know what to expect when they hear my last name.

Billionaire. Alphahole. The forever bachelor. Heir to Spade Hotels, one of the most luxurious brands in the world.

Want to know what they would never call me?

Boyfriend.

Until her.

With one glance at her in the club, I’m ready to claim her for the night.

Dark, flowing hair. A smile that causes my heart to pound. Eyes that pierce my soul. And a perfect body that makes every part of me pulse.

She’s addictive. Electrifying. Consuming.

I’ve never wanted anyone more.

Our eyes meet, but she looks right past me. She isn’t here for me. She’s here for the music.

For the first time in my life, a woman makes me work for it. Her indifference fuels the fire inside me.

The result? One night. No names. No introductions.

Just pleasure. The way I’ve always liked it.

But now, I find myself fantasizing about this gorgeous stranger, and I swear I can still feel the softness of her skin and taste her on my lips.

The minute I saw her, a switch flipped inside me. Now, how do I stop this raging…obsession?

When our paths cross again in the most unexpected way, I’m on a mission to make her mine. But what happens when she wants nothing to do with me?

Momma Says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐

Macon Spade is absolutely swoon-worthy, and every woman should have one in their life. At least, they should have the Macon he is from the time he finds Brooklyn. Speaking of, I can't be the only woman who was cheering Brooklyn on as she made Macon work for every morsel of time and information. Talk about turning the tables. Their romance moved really fast, but it just worked for Macon and Brooklyn, and I really enjoyed their journey. I also enjoyed that every single glitch in the relationship didn't send them running in opposite directions. The angst was relatively low for almost 400 pages, or about 10 hours listening time, but the story didn't feel slow at all, in my opinion, and I didn't notice any lag times as I listened. Tor Thom and Savannah Peachwood give voice to the characters, and as always, they did an excellent job with the narration. From the very first bit of arrogance in Macon to the stress that Brooklyn feels as she works to achieve her dreams, and from the steamy goodness to the feels as this pair falls in love, it all comes through wonderfully in the narration. I don't think Marni Mann could've put her book in more capable hands, and I completely enjoyed the story and those chosen to bring it to life. I can't wait to see what's next for Spade Hotel. 



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