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Sex Says
Sex Says
Sex Says
Audiobook9 hours

Sex Says

Written by Max Monroe

Narrated by Lidia Dornet and Nelson Hobbs

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

Lola Sexton is the writer behind Sex Says, a successful relationship column at the San Francisco Times. She's a pro at advising others on their love lives, but if there's one thing she isn't in the market for, it's love.

Reed Luca is a wanderer and a jack of all trades. He doesn't believe happiness comes from a nine to five job, or that success is delivered through a paycheck.

But opportunity often finds its way to those who aren't looking.

When Reed signs up to write an anti–Sex Says relationship column, the result is all-out war.
PublisherTantor Audio
Release dateJun 14, 2017
Sex Says

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Rating: 4.241379310344827 out of 5 stars

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Flawless including both voice actors’ performances but it was an unremarkable rom com that never pulled me in. Will probably download ir again in a few months before I realize I have already heard it.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    (Reed & Lola): this book started out rough for me. It still has the normal MM humor but it wasn't really up to the same level of awesome for me. Lola is an advice columnist not the kind where you write in to the paper but the kind that just writes random advice. She's very funny and dances to the best of her own drum. Then there's Reed, who takes random jobs here and there. He reads one of Imogen's columns and decides out of the blue to just tear it apart in a YouTube video. This is where the book begins to annoy me. There is no real rhyme or reason to why he does this but Reed loves to antagonize people and Lola was there to feed into it. He then decides to continue doing it. Do the banter begins. It's an enemies to lovers sub genre but not really because Reed decides after first meeting her, he wants her. The story gets better and the chemistry between the two begins to show behind the irritation. That chemistry is unbelievable. The story begins to SCORCH and the humor picks up. It wasn't my favorite book from MM but it wasn't bad. 

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