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The Boyfriend Project

By Farrah Rochon
Narrated by: Je Nie Fleming
Length: 9 hours 41 minutes

The Boyfriend Project

“Smart, steamy, and fun! I listened to this one through Libro.FM and loved everything from the author's voice to the female friendships to the recognition that internet fame is an emotional burden. (I was also deeply amused by the fact that the male lead had lived/worked in Vienna, in the building locals affectionately refer to as "The Toilet Bowl.")”

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Audiobooks by AAPI Authors

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, explore this collection of AAPI-authored audiobooks, including new releases and bestsellers.

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Better Luck Next Time

“Funny and divorce are typically not words that go together except for when you read this comedic story filled with the hijinks of bored, wealthy women waiting out the required six weeks to be eligible for a Nevada divorce. This little slice of historical fiction is wonderfully atmospheric as it captures the essence of both the western landscape and the 1930’s time period. It has the perfect vibe of wistful nostalgia, as our narrator reflects on his time as a handsome young “ranch hand” at a divorce ranch. Funny, interesting, and flawed characters combined with ridiculous situations and witty dialogue are what really makes this work. It’s a great exploration of friendship and love intertwined with the complications that money and class can bring to relationships and obligations. I began to anticipate the ending, but I have to admit it was still the perfect way for Ward’s story to conclude.”

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