THE KEY TO LOVE
by Callie Bardot
Narrator: Leanne Woodward
Length: 8 hours
Released: November 2nd 2020
Publisher: Callie Bardot
The Book Junkie Reads . . . Review of . . . THE KEY TO LOVE (Adrenaline, #4) . . . If you have been on board and listened to each of the previous books then you know that Keys was a mess. He was a friend when needed but outside of that his world was a mess. He was a mess. He was trying too hard to escape and was making things harder. Mia. Mia was just what he needed and not need at the same time. They needed time together and time apart. They each had something more to work through. They both had a past that was ready and waiting to smash their current world to pieces.
Leanne Woodward was able to keep the character connected to the listener. She was able to make a connection with the character and relate them to the listener. The was a quality of compassion and care in the sounds. As expected, Callie Bardot slid use right home with another piece to the puzzle of the Marked Love crew.
I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Callie Bardot. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.
His past haunts him. Her past hunts her.
When Grammy winning Marked Love keyboardist, Keys, finds himself face to face with Mia for a week, he thinks his run of bad luck has finally turned.
Mia thinks she’s in for the week of her worst nightmares.
But as the two collide in an intense affair, two things become obvious—their friends want Mia to stay as far away from Keys as she can. And, neither one of them can forget their pasts and open to love. As a result, they crash together and are wrenched apart like pounding waves. As their week comes to an end, they’re forced to deal with the potent attraction between them and the deadly consequences that follow.
With so much at stake, can they find the key to love?
The Key to Love is the fourth book in the exciting, suspenseful Adrenaline series. While each book is a standalone, the series it more enjoyable if you read them in order.