Sweet Filthy Morning After: Wild Seasons #1.5 by Christina Lauren ~ AudioBook Review
Today I have 2 solidly New Adult romance AudioBook Reviews for your enjoyment. The first is a quick and short perspective view from Ansel, on the night after his meeting and marrying Mia in Sweet Filthy Boy. At just 30 minutes, it’s a nice filler story to refresh the events from book one, and lead into the next installment
Sweet Filthy Morning After
Told from Ansel’s perspective, the condensed version of the “last fling’ after college for Mia and her friends is a wonderful story: we see Ansel’s thoughts on life when he wakes up in the morning.
No walk of shame here, Ansel is surprisingly calm and focused: with a wonderful sense of humor and a unique body awareness that he displays with a bad French accent. As we follow his thoughts as he shares a morning with Mia – this is a strictly 18+ story for content and steam factors, and it gives those little moments of “more’ that were not included in the first book.
Narration from Jason Carpenter is wonderful: his voice is well suited to narration, and his ability to use accents, pauses and a smile to enhance the story, even in just 30 minutes is well worth the listen. I would suggest that you take these books in order – they are fun, easy to follow with characters that will feel familiar and plausible.
Stars: Overall 4 Narration 5 Story 4
Title: Sweet Filthy Morning After
Author: Christina Lauren
Series: Wild Seasons #1.5
Also in this series: Sweet Filthy Boy, Dirty Rowdy Thing
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Narrator: Jason Carpenter
Published by: SimonandSchuster.com/Audio
Published on: 14 October 2014
Source: Simon and Schuster Audio
Audio Length: 30 minutes
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About the Book:
This audio exclusive short tells of events from Sweet Filthy Boy from a new perspective.
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A copy of this title was provided via Simon and Schuster Audio for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.