The Playboy Bachelor (audiobook)

The Bachelors of Arizona Series, book 2

8.3 hrs • 7 CDs • Unabridged
Target Audience: Adult
Release Date: 08/29/17
Library CD Library Edition CD titles are packaged in an attractive, full-sized, durable vinyl case with full color art. Cloth Sleeves keep compact discs protected and in numerical order. 
- 08/29/17 9781478990475
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She’s no Sleeping Beauty. And he’s definitely no prince.

Margot McCleery could have lived her whole life without seeing Bentley Wellington again—her ex-best friend and the poster boy for Hot, Rich Man-Whores everywhere. But Margot’s whiskey-augmented grandmother “buys” Bentley at a charity bachelor auction, and now suddenly he is at her door. Impossibly charming. Impossibly sexy. And still a complete and utter jackass.

Bentley’s just been coerced by his grandfather to spend the next thirty days charming and romancing the reclusive red-haired beauty who hates him, the woman he abandoned when she needed him the most. Bentley knows just as much about romance as he knows about love—nothing. But the more time he spends with Margot, the more he realizes that “just friends” will never be enough. Now all he has to do is convince her to trust him with her heart . . .

Review Quotes

“Dyken’s audiobook is read by two narrators with very compatible styles. The work is the second in a trilogy but stands easily on its own…The likable narrators bring a freshness to the tale.”


“Funny, sweet, and sexy…The themes of The Playboy Bachelor are forgiveness, new beginnings, and second chances, and there are some touching and honest emotional scenes in regard to these themes.”

RT Book Reviews

“It’s hard to make a hero out of a shallow guy who let his best friend down when she needed him the most, but Van Dyken manages it in her satisfying second Bachelors of Arizona contemporary…Readers will cheer for Margot, who has lost so much, and even Bentley, who has more depth than is initially apparent. Van Dyken succeeds with this well-characterized, tightly plotted tale.”

Publishers Weekly