- By: Colleen Hoover
- Narrated by: Grace Grant, Deacon Lee
- Length: 9 hrs and 14 mins
- Release date: 08-05-14
Number-one New York Times best-selling author Colleen Hoover returns with a new heart-wrenching love story.
When Tate Collins meets airline pilot Miles Archer, she doesn’t think it’s love at first sight. They wouldn’t even go so far as to consider themselves friends. The only thing Tate and Miles have in common is an undeniable mutual attraction. Once their desires are out in the open, they realize they have the perfect set-up. He doesn’t want love, she doesn’t have time for love, so that just leaves the sex. Their arrangement could be surprisingly seamless, as long as Tate can stick to the only two rules Miles has for her:
Never ask about the past.
Don’t expect a future.
They think they can handle it, but realize almost immediately they can’t handle it at all.
Hearts get infiltrated.
Promises get broken.
Rules get shattered.
Love gets ugly.
Christina’s 5 Strong yet Devastating Blushes….
GUH…where do I begin? If you’ve read this novel, you know what’s coming. If you haven’t read it, I must warn you of the devastation and heartbreak you’re in for. It’s not an easy read/listen. Is it compulsive? Yes. Sexy? Heck yes. Soul crushing? Absolutely. This is a story that might just ruin you, and I KNEW this and wanted to listen to it anyway. It’s a three part narration by Grace Grant, Deacon Lee (yum) with Elizabeth Louise. I love the decision to have three narrators for this story. Rachel deserved her own voice. We needed to hear it. Grace does a beautiful job with Tate and Deacon’s warm and sultry voice brings Miles Archer’s brooding sex appeal to life. This was an audible that I listened to with every spare chance I got. I couldn’t stop listening. There is something so special about getting to listen to the words you’ve already read and loved being brought to life. Miles Archer is one of my all time favorite broken heroes. I will never forget what it was like to read his story. I don’t ever remember feeling so much sadness and pain when reading a book before Ugly Love. The narration only adds to those feelings in the best possible way!