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Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Review: Tap Left

Tap Left Tap Left by A. Zavarelli
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Adrian Daire isn't a nice guy. He's a shrewd business man who doesn't have time for anything beyond a quick fuck. No relationships, no friends. Those things are messy and he doesn't do messy.

Lola Bell is a business owner to a floundering business. She's quirky, messy, emotional, and a relationship girl. It's just too bad those relationships never work out.

But one constant, one consistent thing these two have in their lives is each other. Adrian may not want to admit it, but he needs Lola in his life. And she needs him. They have a bond that cannot be broken, despite time, pain, love, and hate.

Lola and Daire don't have it easy. They have to fight for what they have. They have to fight their hate and their love. They need each other. They want each other. But there are things that love may not be able to conquer.

Find out what happens in Tap Left.

**I listened to the audio and enjoyed the narration. I feel like this is the first time I've listened to Aaron Shedlock and found him wonderful. Tracy Marks is a favorite of mine, so naturally she is great.

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