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Yes, And...
Yes, And...
Yes, And...
Audiobook1 hour

Yes, And...

Written by Ruby Lang

Narrated by Victoria Mei

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

When rheumatologist Darren Zhang accidentally sits in on acting teacher Joan Lacy's improv class, he's unprepared for the attraction that hits him--and he's a man who likes to be prepared.

Joan is caring for her ailing mother and barely has time to keep up her art, let alone date.

But as the pair play out an unlikely relationship during stolen moments, they both find themselves wanting to say yes, and...much more.

Editor's Note

Opposites attract…

Ruby Lang is that most special of authors, a writer who is able to pack all the feels and funnies into one short novella. “Yes, And…” is a delicious, poignant, sexy story about two people finding their chaotic way to one another. One of the characters is Chinese, so we respected the story and asked Asian narrator Victoria Mei to narrate the novella.

Release dateJan 5, 2021

Ruby Lang

Ruby Lang is the author of the acclaimed Practice Perfect series and the Uptown series. Her alter ego, Mindy Hung, wrote about romance novels (among other things) for The Toast. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Walrus, Bitch, and other fine venues. She enjoys running (slowly), reading (quickly), and ice cream (at any speed). She lives in New York with a small child and a medium-sized husband.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Short, Sweet, and Lovely. Worth the read; didn't disappoint. My first read from this writer and I'm looking forward to reading her others.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    A sweet, thoughtful romance between an improv teacher who is taking care of her elderly mother who has Alzheimer’s and a shy, regimented doctor, who comes to her class by mistake. I like how their personalities complimented each other. It’s a lovely short story and I wish it was longer.
  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
    This story will appeal to people who are caregivers of a family member who has Alzheimer’s disease.