Then He Happened 🎧 Now In Audio

Then He Happened from Claudia Burgoa is NOW IN AUDIO!

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Jason is a cynical rich playboy. He doesn’t take life seriously. He doesn’t believe in settling down.

Eileen’s 27th birthday is almost here. But as always, she’s an afterthought in her parents’ minds. Her family is too busy planning a shotgun wedding for her older sister to pay attention to her. And now, she has to help.

It’s just another year where she’s overlooked. But the best man is smoking hot. He actually notices her and makes her feel special.

Jason doesn’t believe in commitment, but Eileen intrigues him. She’s not the kind of girl he usually hooks up with. She doesn’t even fall for his charm.

He’s made it his mission to convince her that he’s not the shallow man she thinks he is. But can Jason give up his playboy lifestyle to become the man Eileen needs?

🎧Review🎧

Jason is wealthy, successful and appears to have it all however he has been burnt by love in the past so now he prefers to keep his heart guarded. Not only does he find himself helping to arrange his cousins wedding, but he has to help pay for it as well. The only bright spot is the time he gets to spend with the bride’s sister Eileen.

Eileen is used to always being an afterthought in her family compared to her sister but that doesn’t make it any easier. She has now been coerced by her family to help with the arrangements and the finances as once again she has to be the responsible one.

Jason and Eileen become friends as they work together to ensure that the wedding proceeds without a hitch which is no easy feat with all the chaos that surrounds them. Their friendship develops into something much deeper but is it because of the wedding or the start of something much more?

Fun and flirty I really enjoyed Jason and Eileen together. They are both so supportive of everyone in their lives it was great to see them get the happiness they deserve. I enjoyed the performance of the narrators as they brought out all the mixed feelings they were experiencing and the tangible connection between them.

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