Love Notes: Equilibrium, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Love that says something, instead of just looking like it.
Love you can always trust to feel like home.
For both of them, it’s something that has always been just outside of their peripheral, something to be observed rather than experienced. A depth of feeling reserved for people who were “into” that, those with a different outlook, those more...deserving.
Until their paths cross.
Lines are crossed.
And maybe the stars are crossed too, because the connection and chemistry are so off the charts that they can’t stay away from each other, can’t avoid it...even if they think they should.
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 17 minutes|
|Author||Christina C Jones|
|Narrator||Wesleigh Siobhan, Emmanuel Ingram|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 01, 2021|
|Publisher||Warm Hues Creative|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #15,738 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#162 in African American Literature
#889 in Black & African American Women's Fiction (Books)
#1,073 in Black & African American Romance Fiction
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Jules was seemingly so confident and so full of life, but her demons were the absolute worst. I loved how she embraced her sexuality and
My heart went out to Troy; things started out rough for him, but I was proud of how he turned his life around. Even with the whole 'hoe phase' thing, he was working towards living his best life.
I loved that, despite that events of their first meeting (wink, wink), things built up somewhat slowly between these two. There was a bit of a slow burn between them as they tried to fight their attraction to each other. I like when couples can't seem to help but tell their feelings, instead of playing games and or playing hard to get. Loved that Troy and Jules were upfront with each other. Well, kinda, LOL.
Aunt Darcy and Uncle Will were perfection. Almost stole the whole damn book. But then again, I always enjoy seeing older happily married couples still getting their groove on. I was surprised and happy to learn about their connection to Troy. Lots of other interesting side characters that I'm looking forward to getting to know.
I really hated to see this one end. Hurry up, CCJ! We want more!
Love Notes takes place primarily in the fictional neighborhood called, Mahogany Heights. (I need to find this neighborhood and as soon as I get my coins together, I'm moving right on in! LOL)
Jules and Troy have now been added to the list of my favorite CCJ couples, right along with Carter and Viv, and Simone and Roman.
I fell in love with these two characters and wanted to devour this book in one sitting but at the same time I didn't want it to end. I took it in morsels and by the time I’d reached the last page, I felt like I’d gone on a journey with them. It's a roller coaster ride full of ups and downs, but at the end, my heart was full.
Love Notes has its sweet moments, drama, and romance. I love the chemistry between Troy and Jules and how their relationship comes together.
If you're looking for a sweet and sexy read, I highly recommend Love Notes!
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The passion between Jules and Troy was absolutely amazing. From the moment they first meet, the sparks flew. They just seemed to belong together, even though they attempted to resist it. The secondary characters were highly entertaining. I’m looking forward to reading a story or two based on them.
My single complaint about the book is that I got a little lost with the slang in the dialogue. I caught up eventually, but it took me out of the story as I tried to figure out what they were expressing. Other than that I found the novel to be absolutely fantastic.