Angy’s Audiobook Review: Love Tap by M.N. Forgy

Posted March 24, 2017 by angypotter in Audiobook Review, Collage / 0 Comments

Angy’s Audiobook Review: Love Tap by M.N. ForgyLove Tap by M.N. Forgy
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Published by Tantor Audio on July 6th 2016
Narrator: Amelie Griffin, Rudy Sanda
Genres: Romance
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Source: Tantor Audio

All I ever wanted was to be a female fighter.
It was in my blood to smack people around.
Some girls wore pink dresses and makeup, I wore sneakers and bruises.
I was a loner, stuck to myself because I was different, until Camden Steel moved next door.
I punched him in the mouth, and he saw me through rose colored glasses from that day on.
I had everything I ever wanted.
The boy next door, inspiring career… until I didn’t.
He hates me. I deserve that.
They say you have to fight for what you want… What they don’t tell you… is it’ll cost you more than you're willing to give to reach the top.

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Audiobook Review: 5 Stars


What did you love best about Love Tap?

Everything. I loved it the first time I read it, and I loved it more now with the audiobook. I loved the unique plot, the strength of the characters, the development of the story and most of all, the HEA.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Candem and Tate. Both main characters were amazing. Like I said before, what I loved the most about them was their strength. They weren’t only strong fighters, but also strong people. They had to make sacrifices for the better of the people they love, and of course that cause them so much pain, but “when you are meant for something, no matter how when, or how, or where, you’ll get it” in this case, it was Candem for Tate and Tate for Candem. They were meant for each other.   

What about Amelie Griffin and Rudy Sanda’s performance did you like?

Amelie and Rudy had the best voices for Tate and Candem. Their attitudes, inflections, different acccents and paces made their performances flawless. My favorite part about Amelie’s narration as Tate was how well she transmitted her emotions. I could totally feel Tate’s love for Tandem. And Rudy was amazing in the sex scenes. They were pretty explicit *fan self*

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

More than moved me, there were two particular moments that excited me. When Tate and Candem saw each other after she came back town—it was frightening and exciting, and the two fights Tate was in—I was on the edge of the chair while listening to them. Soooooo full of emotions and drama and passion and everything. I loved those scenes when I read the book but I surely loved them more with the audiobook

Any additional comments?

Love Tap in audio is an amazing companion for the book. 100% recommended.



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