Review: Love, Sincerely, Yours by Sara Ney

Posted on December 18, 2018 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in 2018 new release challenge, COYER Winter, Reviews / 8 Comments

This book tickled my funny bone at a time when I needed some laughter in my life. It had me in stitches for most of the book.
Imagine working for a hot guy who happens to be a workaholic and has no idea you exist until the day you tendered your resignation. You have a humongous crush on him but alas he doesn’t see you and even if he did, there is that rule of no fraternisation between employees. So what is a girl to do? While in a drunken stupor with the help of your friends, you write an anonymous email telling him you want to bang him. You can imagine how that went down.
Rome’s reaction to the email was downright hilarious. One moment he is chastising the anonymous perpetrator via email then next he is curious to know the persons identify.  His best friend eggs him on to respond to the email and there the exchange of emails began.
Rome attempts to figure out the person behind the emails was fun.  I thoroughly enjoyed the interactions between Rome and Peyton whether it be through their emails or face to face.
Peyton is fun loving and not afraid to speak her mind as Rome would discover. His employees saw him has an arrogant, sadistic and an egomaniac. They never had the privilege to meet the real Rome who happens to kind, caring, confident, tenacious and suffered from a tinge of insecurity. Sometimes he appeared a bit uptight. I did not like how he did not know of his employees. He never had a clue who Peyton was until the day she tendered her resignation. Despite this, I admired his work ethic. He is the type of person who is not afraid to go after what he wants.
The character that helped to make this a delightful read was Hunter, Rome’s best friend. He was like the annoying brother you cannot help but love. He is not afraid to show Rome the error of his ways. I enjoyed their interaction, which was tinged with humour.

I would love to have some background information as it relates to the main characters. I knew Rome’s desire to be successful drove him to work hard. What I would love to know is what drove his desire for success and why he felt he had to be so hard on those in his employ.
As it relates to Peyton, I knew she wanted to be her own boss, but I was not privy to what motivated her.

He and Peyton were perfect together. She brought out the best in him. Helped him to loosen up and revealed a side of him few had the privilege of seeing.

This is my first time listening to the narrators. I enjoyed listening to the female narrator. I thought she captured both the male and female voices well. Her transitions between the voices were seamless. The voices for each character were distinct.

Unfortunately, my experience with the male narrator did not go so well. I was listening at a speed of 1.25x but he sounded like he was narrating at a higher speed. I disliked his female voice. His time was the same for all the females and it came off as nasal and whiny. He was not an easy listen.

I ended Love, Sincerely, Yours on a satisfying note. If you are looking for a fun and sexy listen that will have you laughing throughout the story, then get yourself a copy of Love, Sincerely, Yours



About Ava Erickson

After sailing around the world and watching nearly a thousand sunsets from the bow of her boat like a true Viking, Ava Erickson settled down and started telling stories. Those stories can be anything from the sweetest romances to ones with a more erotic twist. When she found out she was nominated for an Audie in the Erotica category, she called all her girlfriends together and went to Provence, France, where they drank rosé and ate lots of bread and butter.

About Meghan Quinn

When I was in high school I occasionally read books but was consumed by other teenage things so I didn’t take the time to appreciate a good book on a cloudy day, wrapped up in a blanket on the couch. It wasn’t until I received a Kindle for Christmas one year that my world completely flipped upside down. When looking for books I came across the Contemporary Romance genre and was sold and I haven’t turned back since. You can either find my head buried in my Kindle, listening to inspiring heart ripping music or typing away on the computer twisting and turning the lives of my characters while driving my readers crazy with anticipation. I currently reside in beautiful Colorado Springs where the sun is always shining and there is a trail waiting to be hiked on every corner. I share a lovely and warm home with the love of my life and my five, four-legged children.

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8 responses to “Review: Love, Sincerely, Yours by Sara Ney

  1. Debbie Haupt

    I hate when the narrator isn’t good Nadene I think it makes the novel less interesting to me. Thanks

  2. It is so hard when the male and female narrators don’t work well as a whole especially with pacing. When i have to speed one up or slow one down it gets annoying fast. I might read this, cause it sounds cute.