MINI AUDIOBOOK REVIEW: Sextuplet and the City by Misha Bell

It’s mini review week! I’m clearing out my review queue of all the books I can’t seem to convince myself to finish, for one reason or another. That doesn’t mean these are negative reviews, it simply means that something isn’t compelling me to keep reading at the moment. Maybe I’ll go back to them another day, maybe I won’t!

DNF Details:

How far did I get? 75 pages, which is 20% of the way into this nearly 400-page rom com. I skimmed ahead a little bit to see what was in store for me, and abandoned ship.

Why did I stop? It’s absurd, like absurd absurd. There is a fine line between hysterical and cringeworthy, and this went too far into the wrong side – for me. The ridiculousness might be exactly what some readers are looking for, because it certainly had me immersed and I was aghast in a horrified-laughter kind of way.

Was I enjoying it initially? I don’t even know how to answer that. I think so? This couple’s meet cute is… a lot… and I was definitely curious to see how things would play out. I love a good quirky rom com, and I could see myself enjoying others from this new-to-me author.

Would I finish this? I… don’t think so? You’d have to catch me in the right mood. I WOULD try another book by the author, and venture back into this if that one went smoother.

Who would I recommend this to? Rom com lovers willing to go on a wild ride. Anyone who needs a guaranteed laugh or at least a gasp or two. Maybe try the sample first and see how it goes, lol.


Audio Note:

The narrators are why I took a chance on this one – Erin Mallon and Joe Arden in dual narration. I love both narrators, so I jumped at the chance to try this. And they do an excellent job. Their voices work well for the upbeat vibe, though I preferred Mallon to Arden in this one. The story itself is wildly inappropriate from start to (I assume) finish, so I wouldn’t recommend this for work. It’s saucy and dirty and fun, which works well in audio. I can’t say that I recommend the story, but Mallon is great in this.



What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Or does it?

Okay, let me explain. I broke into my crush’s dressing room to sniff his tights (not in a pervy way, I swear!) and got busted while, um… you get the idea. He then kind of, sort of blackmailed me into agreeing to a fake green card marriage with him. But hey, I’m not complaining.

Next thing I know, we’re on a flight to Vegas to make our friends and family think we had a crazy drunken night and, in the spur of the moment, tied the knot. Except… that’s exactly what happens. (Thanks a lot, vodka.)

Considering that he’s the most desirable ballet dancer in New York City and I’m a garage-dwelling secret blogger with a major sweet tooth, there’s no way this marriage could ever become real. Not to mention my totally crazy family and my aversion to every smell under the sun—except his.

All I can hope for is to not fall in love with my husband. That shouldn’t be too hard, right?


About the Author:

I love writing humor (often the inappropriate kind), happy endings (both kinds), and characters quirky enough to be called oddballs (because… balls). If you love your romance heavy on the comedy and feel-good vibes, visit and sign up for my newsletter.

Misha Bell is also Anna Zaires: Anna Zaires is a New York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling author of contemporary dark erotic romance and sci-fi romance. She fell in love with books at the age of five, when her grandmother taught her to read. Since then, she has always lived partially in a fantasy world where the only limits were those of her imagination. Currently residing in Florida, Anna is happily married to Dima Zales (a science fiction and fantasy author) and closely collaborates with him on all their works.

After graduating from the University of Chicago with a degree in Economics, Anna spent eight years on Wall Street analyzing stocks and writing research reports. In 2013, she became a full-time author, pursuing her lifelong dream of writing romance novels.

Dima Zales is the love of her life and a huge inspiration in all aspects of her writing. Every book Anna writes is a product of their unique collaborative process.

In addition to reading and writing, Anna enjoys drinking tea (coconut oolong, anyone?), watching addictive TV shows, and discussing book ideas during long walks with her amazing husband.

She loves hearing from her readers, so please don’t hesitate to drop her a note through her website or connect with her on Facebook, where she hangs out way too often. Also, please visit her husband and collaborator, Dima Zales, at, and check out their fantasy & science fiction books.

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