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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Review: Rough & Tumble by Rhenna Morgan

Title: Rough & Tumble
Author: Rhenna Morgan
Series: Men of Haven #1
Format: Audiobook
Narrator: Gary Furlong
Release Date: February 20th, 2017
Length: Novel (432 pages/9.3 hours)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: Library
Buy: Audible, Amazon, Barnes & Noble
Rating: 3.5-stars

Melissa's Review:

Rough & Tumble is book 1 in the Men of Haven series. I've been wanting to try this series out for awhile now and was glad to see my library had the audiobook version of it! I've had issues in the past with male narrators but really wound up enjoying this audiobook. If you're a fan of alpha males with a touch of darkness you'll love this series.

Vivienne Moore is out to find her drunk sister at a club when she winds up meeting the owner, Jace Kennedy. He's a hunk and more than happy to help her escort her sister to the car after a few stumbles. Vivienne isn't the party going girl like her sister though, she's trying to keep her event planning business afloat but having trouble getting repeat business. Once Jace finds that out he books her to help boost the the public image of one of his clubs. He can't get her off his mind and when they're together the sparks are seriously flying. I really enjoyed seeing them grow closer, even though Jace is rough around the edges and has some dangerous enemies.

Holy cow you guys, why didn't I try this series sooner? This book had some swoon worthy men in it and I can only assume each book with feature a different "brother". Add in that it's set in Dallas, TX and it was a must read for me. I was glad to see it not portrayed as full of cowboys and what not, since I do live in the area and know what it really is like. The romance was great and the family aspect I really enjoyed. I plan on binge listening to this series when my review queue winds down a bit. If you're looking for a sexy read full of yummy men, grab this book!

The Narrator:

This was my first novel narrated by Gary Furlong and I thought he did a great job! I've had issues with male narrated books in the past so I was a bit hesitant but after listening just for a few minutes I got sucked into the story. I'm eager to try more of his narrated books in the future.

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