Author: K. Bromberg
Narrator: Sebastian York , Andi Arndt
Title: Sweet Rivalry
(1001 Dark Nights #54)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: February 28th 2017
Where I Got It: My shelf (Audible)
Summary: Ryder Rodgers had a plan.
He was going to stride into the conference room, do the required song and dance over the next five days, and win the biggest contract of his career. But when he walked in and heard the voice of one of his competitors, all his plans were shot to hell.
Harper Denton. She was always on top. In college. First in their class. Always using every advantage to edge him out to win the coveted positions. The only one who could beat him. His academic rival. More like a constant thorn in his side. And his ego’s.
When he heard her voice, he was brought back to years before. To the bitter taste of being second best. But the woman who meets his gaze is nothing like the drab wallflower he used to know. Hell no. She was all woman now: curves, confidence, and staggering sex appeal. And no doubt, still brilliant.
The fact that she’s gorgeous and bright won’t distract him. This time, Ryder’s determined to be the one on top. But not if Harper can help it.
I am TOTALLY reading these books out of the order. I am reading them as I find them hahaha. I do not think it really matters??
The story follows Harper and Ryder. They went to college together back in the day and were rivals but there was a chemistry there. Years later they come face to face and toe to toe again. They both want the account and each other.
This was CUTE. I adored it. I loved Ryder and Harper. They were perfect enemies and perfect lovers. Too cute.
I especially liked Ryder as an adult....I have a crush on him. ;) Successful...tattooed...smart....funny....sweet....ruthless....and ethical. He is fantastic.
Harper was fun. I would want her on my side for sure!
This was quick and short and I wanted more, but it did well for being short. We got to see them overcome their rivalry and their pride to become best friends and lovers. I'm glad this was a good stand-alone.
The narrators were perfect for the roles.
Overall, I highly recommend this. This was really good and the narrators made it even better. I'll give this a 5.
- #36 for Audiobook Challenge