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Love, Sincerely Yours

Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher: Novel Audio

Date: October 2018

Duration: 7 hours 47 minutes


Dear Mister.. . . no, too formal.

Hey there sweet cheeks. . . no, too forward.

*Clears throat*

To whom it may concern,

Full disclosure; before we move forward with this email, I would like it to be known that I have consumed an adequate amount of alcoholic beverages to intoxicate myself tonight. Three margaritas, two shots, and one beer--because it was free.

I think it's important to be open and honest with your co-workers, don't you?

So here I am, being open and honest. Drunk but honest. Or just drunk with lust? You decide.

I have a hopeless, foolish, schoolgirl crush on you when you are the last person on earth I should be falling for. Did you know people around the office call you a sadist? An egomaniac. An insensitive, arrogant prick. But what they don't know is your bark is worse than your bite. And that bite doesn't scare me. The fact is, I'd love that bite of yours to nip at my bare skin while we're both wearing nothing but sheets.

For once I want you to look at me as more than one of your employees.

And as long as we're being honest, that navy blue suit you wear? With the crisp white shirt? It really makes me want to loosen your tie and show you exactly who's boss.





  • Hana F.

    Very cute. Easy to listen to. Really like the narrators.

  • Sophie K.

    Audiobook review: Love, Sincerely, Yours is a fun & flirty frolicsome listen. The enticing synopsis & prologue reeled me in & the narrative kept me enamored. In a flash I was head of heels with its witty, flirty banter, and the confidential emails exchanged between the two characters, while their face to face interactions were less than desirable. Brute and CEO, Rome, voiced by Alexander Cendese and Social Media and Marketing maven Peyton, narrated by Ava Erickson brought this story to life and played off each other beautifully. I absolutely loved this priceless listen.

  • Lisa O.

    I really enjoyed this audiobook! Both Peyton and Rome are interesting characters with strong minds and expectations! Both tended to make rash decisions! For example, Peyton choosing to resign from her job without clients set up for her own business and Rome believing the worst of Peyton before truly thinking of her character. I really loved Hunter too! His shenanigans were comical! Both narrators were excellent and allowed you to really feel the emotional connection of the characters! Great read!

  • Marina M.

    I haven't read/listened to Sara Ney books before but Meghan Quinn is one of my very favorite authors. So deciding to pick this book was super easy. And I really enjoyed the story.In the end, I ended up changing between listening and reading as I simply couldn't put the book down. It was lighthearted, fun, romantic and even a little bit heartbreaking story. The two main characters were definitely entertaining, especially when Peyton is under the influence and Rome is not in control of what is happening around him :D Both of these created some quite hilarious and sometimes steamy encounters :D Both Peyton and Rome are intriguing characters. Where Peyton is easy going, thoughtful and caring, Rome is a tyrant at work and doesn't show his softer side to just anyone. Only the closest people to him see his tender and caring heart. The one he guards with everything he has. And his trust issues don't really contribute to an easy relationship. So it is not a surprise that Peyton and Rome's relationship hits a bump or two on the road. Regarding the narration of the story. I pretty much enjoyed it. Especially the female narrator. She was just incredible and in my opinion fit Peyton to a T. The male narrator wasn't exactly my idea of how Rome would sound but even with that, I think he did a pretty good job. Ultimately, this was a really good read/listen and I would definitely recommend it. I can't wait for the next book and Hunter's story. Plus, I really need to know who is the snitch :D

  • Jacqueline S.

    Meghan Quinn has always been a favorite of mine and when she teams up with Sara Ney I just know I'm in for an awesome ride. The book itself: The plot is well written, easy to follow, and kept me entertained the entire time. It was such an adorable story; you will laugh, tear up, and smile like crazy the entire time you're reading/listening to it. I also enjoyed how this book wasn't insta love even though one of the characters had a huge crush on the other for a long time. We see the character go from semi-hate to love and I really enjoyed that aspect of the storyline. Their banter and interactions were everything and it made this entire novel ten times more than it already was! The narration: I loved, loved, loved the narration of the heroines voice. It fit Peyton's character and personality and her voice allowed me to connect with the overall character easily. The heroes voice was good but I did not love it. My only issue (and unfortunately it was a big issue) was his voice for the heroine. It was annoying a lot of the times and turned me off to the narration at times. It wasn't enough to deter me from listening to the rest of the book, but it was enough of an issue to stay at the forefront of my mind. Overall, I enjoyed this audiobook so much! I'm looking forward to listening/reading Hunter's book in the future!!!

  • Malia K.

    Narration: I liked the heroines voice over, the heroes narration when it came to h voice over, it was a tad bit annoying. But I got used to eventually. I'm not sure if it was just my app, but the audio would cut in out for more than half the book, which made it tough for me to listen much further. I’ve definitely been anticipating this book once I heard it was being released! I’m a huge fan of Sara Ney and have read few of Meghan Quinn’s book, so I knew we’d all be in for a treat with this one. I was a bit surprised with the slower pace it took to finally get to all the romantic stuff, but I still found this pretty damn hilarious and rather enjoyable! If anyone is fans of these two authors, it seems nearly impossible to not enjoy this one. Probably one of my favorite parts about this book was the banter between Rome and Peyton especially the emails they wrote each other. Even when Rome didn’t know who his mystery pen pal was for a while. Yes, we all know that Rome was going to be a grade-A d-bag and thankfully it wasn’t overboard or I’d probably find zero redeeming qualities in the guy. Peyton really got him to open up and I loved seeing that side of him. And I absolutely loved Peyton, can we all have a friend like her? I really enjoyed the fact that she was branching out to start her own business, even though her boss’s boss was the absolute worst, she admired the fact that he started a successful company from the ground up all on his own. I can’t say that I connected with Rome, but let’s just talk about the awesome bromance he has with Hunter. Usually the best friend can be a bad influence, but I loved him a lot more than I thought I would. He definitely surprised me since he seems to think through things better than his hot-headed BFF, Hunter. I really enjoyed this and am sooo looking forward to the next book they write together. We get a glimpse of it at the end and I’m rather eager to read it!

  • Laura L.

    I am a longtime fan of books featuring the exchanges between two characters via correspondences, be it e-mail or text, in the beginning stages of a relationship. Listening to this book had me giggling, cringing at times, and even blushing a bit! Tough guy and CEO, Rome, voiced by Alexander Cendese and Social Media and Marketing maven Peyton, narrated by Ava Erickson brought this story to life and played off each other beautifully; making this listener wish I could be a part of their world. I was immediately absorbed with its witty, flirty banter, in confidential emails exchanged between the two characters, while their face to face interactions were less than desirable. While they seemed to loath one another in person, they secretly couldn’t stand to be away. They were characters that were real, down to earth, confident and relatable. Most of us know that work crushes can be the best and the worst, especially when the object of your affection doesn’t know you exist. So, what could possibly go wrong when your crush finds out your true identity? Even more importantly, what happens when he is your boss? Well, that is for you to find out! I can guarantee you will enjoy every minute of it. As Always, Happy Reading! “5/5 Beaming Brains!”

  • Sarah V.

    Sarah’s Review: I loved this book. I just wish the secret would have been a little longer to add to the build. However I found myself laughing out loud as several parts. Where I was getting dirty looks from some parents at a class since I was a little loud. I love this duo’s writing together. I think they feed off each other in equal parts since I’ve read them alone as well. I give it 4 stars for sure!

  • Sallie M.

    Going into the audiobook I wasn't sure what to expect. I had not read this story yet. It was a slow build at the beginning. The female voice was pretty basic and dull. I have a hard time trying to actually follow. When the reading continues and the man's voice picks up it was a shock at first because I didn't realize it would be read by both male and female. This helps follow the story online and to differentiate between the difference of narration. The female voice just wasn't what I wanted it to be. She last certain things with her sounds. I noticed sarcasm what something she could not read and give the listener. She does however redeem herself to my ears when she reads the characters distress amazingly. The man's voice was the best to me. He was on point and keep the follow going. I gave this audiobook four stars because I believed with the dual points of view the story keeps the listener more engrossed in the action.

  • Lynn R.

    It took me a little while to warm up to this story. Part of that was due to the fact that I decided that this was one of those stories where the book should come first and then listen to the narrators tell me what I didn't pick up/missed by reading what our authors have written. This is not a story where I would try to decide what author wrote what for me they are one. If you can't decide who did what than you know that these authors are good at what they do. And in the end, it's the story that I care about. They get me to think of the male character as a real jerk and applauding the female character for having the cajones to start something that most of us wouldn't. Mr. Cendese didn't have me picturing Peyton when he's attempting to read the female parts. It took a little while but once I thought of him mimicking her than it made it easier. However, he was great in the part of Rome. I had no trouble thinking of him as egotistical and one of those with the invisible mirror - or a king lauding over his minions. Ms. Erickson is a pleasure to listen to and I have no trouble thinking of Peyton when she's talking. She also does a good job when reading the male characters. They did get me to laugh a time or two - and that's never a bad thing. But I wasn't ready for the book to end. They made my commute much easier but I can always listen to this audiobook more than once. Ms. Ney and Ms. Quinn have a new fan. I loved how seamlessly their scenes seemed to be. Everything flowed nicely until I got to the Epilogue. I'm left feeling that there's another story here. I just have to put on my Sherlock hat and do some investigating. In the meantime, I can go through their other works so I can get to know them better. I voluntarily reviewed an Audiobook copy of this book.

Love, Sincerely Yours

by Sara Ney, Meghan Quinn

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Love, Sincerely Yours, Sara Ney, Meghan Quinn