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    Fantastic, so romantic! Wonderful narration.

    Audio review: Story – 5 Performance – 5 Overall – 5 Fantastic, so romantic! Wonderful narration. American Fairytale is the second book in Adriana Herrera's Dreamers series but you don't need to read the first one to enjoy it. I'm a bit late posting this review and here's why: While I got an Advance copy of the book from NetGalley for review purposes I decided that I really wanted to listen to this one instead of read it. Because I like to listen to audiobooks with as little interruption as possible it took me a while to make time for this one. When I read American Dreamer, book one in this series, I was a little frustrated because I didn't know how to pronounce all of the various ethnic names in the book. This is MY problem, not the author's; I just always want to know the proper way to pronounce things even if I can't say them correctly myself. So, this time I wanted to listen to the book so that I could better embrace the story. I knew that Sean Crisden would do a great job because I've listened to several books that he has narrated. And I was right, I loved listening to this so much! I now feel like I would be able to read the next book in this wonderful series and hear the voice in my head (you know, that one you "hear" while reading) read the unfamiliar names better than when I read book one. American Fairytale is appropriately named. Camilo (Milo – pronounced Meelo) hooks up with Tom at a charity event he was given tickets to and they have a hot encounter in the bathroom. Their next meeting is when his boss introduces Tom as the wealthy benefactor on a big project that Milo is responsible for. Sounds like a great beginning to a Cinderella story, right? And it was. The story really hit me hard in all the right ways and had my emotions all over the place. I'm a sucker for a good billionaire romance. When you add in that Milo is way too proud to take help from Tom when he wants to give it freely, it's the perfect set-up for Tom to do something stupid (and he did). My emotions were totally engaged and tears ran down my face in places. The voices that Sean Crisden does for this book are really wonderful. He captures the emotions of both characters so well that I was just captivated. I can never seem to keep my reviews short and concise and this one is no exception. My final word is that this is a fantastic story and I really can't wait for the next one in the series to come out. A review copy of the ebook was provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com*** (posting on 6/10/19)

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