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On a Tuesday

Written by: Whitney G.
Narrated by: Erin Mallon, Joseph Discher
Length: 4 hrs and 59 mins
Categories: Romance, New Adult
4 out of 5 stars (1 rating)

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We met on a Tuesday.
Became best friends, then lovers, on a Tuesday.
And everything fell apart on a Tuesday....

Charlotte Taylor has three automatic strikes in my book: 1) She hates me. She also claims that I'm a "domineering jerk with a huge, overbearing ego". (I do have something huge. It's not my ego, though.) 2) She takes our mandatory tutoring sessions way too seriously. 3) She's sexy as hell...and a virgin.

At least those were her strikes before our study sessions started lasting longer than they were supposed to. Until one innocent kiss became a hundred dirty ones, and until she became the first woman I ever fell hard for.

Our future together after graduation was supposed to be set:

Professional football for me. Law school for her.

But she left me at the end of the semester with no explanation, and then she completely disappeared from my life.

Until tonight.

We met on a Tuesday.
Became everything, then nothing, on a Tuesday.
And now it's seven years later, on a Tuesday....

This is a full-length second-chance romance, inspired by Adele's "When We Were Young".

Cover design by Qamber Designs & Media

©2017 Whitney G. (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • Brandie @AudiobookObsession
  • 23-08-18

🎧AudiobookObsession

Whitney G! I loved this! College Quarterback and his peer tutor who could care less about his fame. When they are in the spotlight, not being chased seems to peak their interest more than the swooners! I thought it was written really well and had great characters that I could quickly connect with. Loved it!

Narration was fantastic! Erin Mallon is a unicorn! She has a beautiful and unique female voice yet can also do a perfect male narration 2 seconds later?! Both narrators brought their A game and gave life to these amazing characters. Thank you!

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  • TallGal
  • 11-02-18

Another Win!

Whitney G. is a terrific author - I have been waiting for her next book. If you have not listened to the other books, do so now -- You will not be disappointed. Reasonable Doubt and Turbulence are my favorites. I don't normally like short <5 hour listens but I knew I could trust the author.

I have also been waiting for another narration from Joseph Discher, another good job. Erin is phenomenal as usual.

Enjoyable love story listen that keeps you captivated until the end.

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  • Avephoenix
  • 01-09-18

A vivid, delightful and outstanding performance!

Told in dual POV, On a Tuesday is an entertaining second chance romance. A compelling story about two people reconnecting after seven years. Is well-written and expertly developed between past and present without letting the listener lose track of the story.

I really love finding a strong, smart, clever, sweet and feisty female main character like Charlotte. It was just freaking fantastic and refreshing!!

All the characters were just fabulous, but more so was the choice to bring them back to life through the vivid, delightful and outstanding performance of Joseph Discher and Erin Mallon. 5 Brilliant Stars to this amazing duo!!

This story has all the feels, the one thing I didn't like much is that ended to soon/abruptly. However, they do get their HEA!!

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  • Angela S.
  • 07-04-18

Fun, sexy & heartwarming. Great female narrator!

Whitney G.’s books always put me in a good mood. Her trademark seems to be sexiness combined with a healthy amount comedy. I was looking for a quick fun story, and On a Tuesday fit the bill.

Charlotte is super feisty, rather quirky, and very unlucky in love. She’s not easily impressed, and I love how much she values herself. Grayson knows he’s God’s gift to football, and he’s used to having women beg for his attention. Charlotte is an anomaly because she’s the distinct opposite of impressed. I loved their banter. He’s big on selling sexual innuendo, and Charlotte just isn’t buying it. Grayson isn’t some dumb jock, though. He’s actually quite smart and even romantic, despite his initial crude come-ons.

I find that flashbacks can interrupt the flow of the story, but in this case the switches from now to then aren’t jarring, poorly placed, or irrelevant. On a Tuesday hit all the right notes with me. My favorite genre is romance, and this book contains not one, not two, not three, but FOUR of my favorite tropes: romantic comedy, college romance, sports romance, and second chance romance. The story is funny and sexy, but also heartwarming.

I listened to the audiobook. Erin Mallon is one of my absolute favorite narrators. As usual, she doesn’t disappoint. She does make it challenging for the male narrator to match her level of excellence. Joseph Discher does a fine job with his delivery. I only wish his voice was deeper. Altogether it is an enjoyable audio of a really entertaining story.

Recommended for fans of:
Second chance romance
College romance
Cupcakes

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-08-19

Seriously hated this book!

Whitney, seriously! 42 freaking chapters. I was starting to fall in love with your books but this one has me questioning.. The book started so slow I thought I was going to go crazy. In the middle of ch 11 I started bouncing around chapters trying to figure out wth broke them up. I think that didn't happen until ch 37.. By the time I found it I was no longer interested in the story line. Your 2 to 3 hour books are short and sweet and I hang on every word. But this bullcrap right here.. NEGATIVE! So pissed I wasted my time listening to 10 1/2 chapters.. SMDH

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  • Booklover 876🇯🇲
  • 06-04-19

I love Tuesday

I love the person Charlotte is. Most story have the woman jumping in bed way too early in some unrealistic way. This wasn't that, it was slow and sweet. I loved how Grayson slowly broke down her walls, it was fun watching them fall in love. As for Anna, I wanted to reach into the book and slap her so hard!😡. Whitney G I have to say your books never disappoint. Love, laughter, sadness, and at one point even tears. Incase you haven't figured it out yet, yes I highly recommend this book! Joseph Discher is a first time narrator for me and he did a good job, he captured both the young adult and adult version of both characters well, Erin Mallon as always was just awesome

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  • Patricia Villali Koett
  • 05-04-18

Every damn star!!!

EVERY single thing about this audiobook was perfection!! The plotting, the writing, the characters, the chemistry, the emotion, the angst, the narration... just PURE PERFECTION. I've been ugly crying because of those final chapters but it's been a beautiful story and one I know I'll want to re listen to soon.

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  • Nicole Johnson
  • 17-02-18

Great story & narration

5 happy stars for this HEA love story.

I was wrapped in to the story from the 1st chapter.

Awesome job.

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  • Kim @AudioLoversBlog
  • 23-07-19

Heartbreakingly Amazing

On a Tuesday is an amazing story of two people and how they feel about each other after years of separation. This second chance romance is steamy and sweet. The way that he really cares for her and has harbored that love and affection during the separation is amazing. The way that she still cares after all the years is also just sweet.
They do have drama, but of course they do. This is a second chance romance, so there has to be a reason that they separated and come back together. It’s still not something that makes me wanna throw my iPhone through the wall with absolute anger and frustration.
Erin Mallon is a Goddess for your ears, and Joseph Discher is ok too ;)
Sexy times are oh so sexy
Drama level is tolerable
Douchbagery by villain is off the charts. By villain I mean the causes of drama. She can suck my preverbial lady nuts.

GFYDU MTYB DBAD

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  • B.A. Wilson
  • 22-01-19

Odd Woman Out

I don’t understand how this has an average score of 4.03 on Goodreads and 4.6 on Audible. It has me flummoxed. Apparently, other readers saw something in it that I just didn’t. Keeping that in mind, you may want to take my review with a grain of salt, since I am the odd woman out and the majority of readers liked this book.

This is one of those stories that I almost quit in the first few chapters, but I persevered, for better or worse. The story starts out with straight up telling and backstory, which made me think that perhaps this was going to be no better than the roughest of rough drafts.

In fact, I almost quit the book, right then and there, because I figured that starting the story in such a way probably meant that the author doesn’t know how to construct a decent story. I was wrong, though. This is an acceptable story, because after that opening pile of steaming backstory and unnecessary telling, this evolved into something mostly readable.

It was clear throughout that the author didn’t do thorough research or have knowledge of all the things discussed and/or mentioned in the story, so there are a lot of discrepancies in the small details. Those will likely fly past some readers, but if you have knowledge on some of the topics, you will see them for what they are---failure of the writer to do 60 or 90 seconds of proper research when adding details to the story. This bothered me, but it may not bother you. Clearly, it did not bother the majority of readers.

Now, despite all these writing and researching issues, the actual story is somewhat readable. You just need to be able to shrug off a lot of randomness and rough transitions and move forward. Not everything makes sense, so don’t expect it to. Threads are introduced and then dropped again without being tied into the story or resolved, so just don’t expect everything that comes up in the story to be of value.

For those who are in this for the romance factor, you may not care about the rough writing. Personally, I have the same standards for romance novels that I do for any novel, so the poor construction bothered me with this one.

Also, the romance definitely lacks angst, desire, and intimacy, so it mostly made me feel flat, bored, and/or uncomfortable. And don’t expect the naked scenes to be better, as they aren’t. They tend to be very abrupt and left me surprised and confounded more than once, and not in a good way. They just arrive out of the blue and then end again, just as fast, and rarely did I understand how any of those scenes were useful to the relationship, the romance, or the story.

I think this story concept could have been good if the execution was better and less abrupt. The character development and growth is minimal, and the plot is mostly non-existent. Side characters are 1D or 2D at best. When a plot thread does appear, it’s pretty random and out of the blue, as if nothing really ties together. Most of the issues are stupid, surface-level drama that has no real depth or teeth. A lot of the issues are simply unbelievable. The transitions between past and present are rough, but the dialogue is decent. Occasionally it is tedious, but it typically moves the story forward, which is the end goal.

To sum this up, this story is not the most cohesive or well-written. I’ve read far worse (unfortunately), but I’ve also read far better (thank goodness). After reading this one, I would not try other stories from this author, because her writing is not my cup of tea.

Read this one if and you like 2nd chance romance stories with multiple POVs and a non-linear timeline (skips back and forth from past to present), and if you don’t really care about writing ability, style, or story construction.

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  • lauratbbs
  • 31-08-18

Loved it

On a Tuesday is such a sweet yet heart wrenching story of Collette Taylor and Grayson Connors. It is the story of love heartbreak and deceit. Who can you trust in life When other people who are meant to protect you are there to really how do you back.
Colette and Grayson of those a few credit short of time of graduating, in order to gain the credit to get into law school, she takes on Grayson to tutor who is an American football player. She is very reluctant at this because of this and she does not trust him.
Things change after time when they exchange a kiss.
Feelings develop.
Nothing. Seven years later they meet up again, each with the belief the other has been in the wrong.
Can they get over the hurt and listen?
4* #bookstoblog