Tell Me Something Good

Tell Me Something Good

by Jamie Wesley

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ISBN-13: 9781500876906
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/11/2014
Series: One-On-One , #1
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Tell Me Something Good 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
JaneyC More than 1 year ago
Tate "The Great" Grayson is a sport loving, commitment loathing radio show host. Initial impressions suggest he is a bullish rogue, who injects every conversation with a sports theme.  Noelle Butler has the radio show preceding Tate "The Great", where they discuss all things relationship based. Their phone in discussions are centred on the meaning of love and Dr Noelle dishes out advice to her wide fan base. On the journey into the radio station one day, Tate finds himself calling into Dr Noelle's show following a preposterous piece of advice the infuriating psychologist had dished out. The resultant on air altercation leads to a rise in listening figures, peaking the controller's interest in moving forward. The decision is made to join forces and overlap the two shows, attempting to capitalise on the dual hosts angry chemistry laden foreplay. Jamie Wesley was a new author to me, and what a fun-tastic surprise her story was. Filled with humour, these contradictory characters commence their work forced relationship, and move towards an understanding of each other's psyche.  I enjoyed getting to know both Noelle and Tate, especially when initial impressions are proved completely off kilter. This was a delicious slow burn, followed by a fabulous mix of humour filled steam. Complimentary copy generously provided by Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review.
Nicola_1202 More than 1 year ago
"She wanted a real relationship with a kind, caring man who wanted a future with her" "He wasn't a relationship guy. He liked to keep his liaisons free and easy" Two Radio hosts; one an arrogant sportscaster, the other a controlling psychologist, each with very different opinions on relationships. When the station decides to combine their shows for a couple of weeks to bump up the ratings, a battle of wills commences. A battle filled with stubbornness, sparring, flirt and undeniable chemistry. We are treated to a man who will make your heart melt. Tate Grayson may be arrogant, opinionated and have a dim view on love, but underneath he possesses the capability of being a romantic and says and does the sweetest things. Noelle was likeable; quick, snippy and as competitive as Tate, underneath the prim and proper exterior is a woman who longs for a happy ever after. The phrase opposites attract was created for this couple and when they give in it's worth the wait. Fun, witty, intimate and heartfelt, Jamie Wesley has written a story which is refreshing and unique. Admittedly I spent the first 25% unsure as to whether I was going to like these characters, but as the story warmed up so did my feelings; if a book can make me spontaneously and unexpectedly burst into tears of joy, then the author absolutely deserves credit. All that's left to say is I loved it and enjoy. Reviewed for a Read Your Writes Book Reviews. Copy received courtesy of Entangled Publishing for an honest and unbiased opinion
DebDiem 15 days ago
Tell Me Something Good is a fun contemporary romance by Jamie Wesley. Ms. Wesley has delivered a well-written book furnished with outstanding characters. Tate hosts a sports radio program. Noelle is a psychologist and works at the same station offering relationship advice. Tate and Noelle's story is loaded with drama, humor and spice. I enjoyed reading Tell Me Something Good and look forward to reading more from Jamie Wesley in the future. Tell Me Something Good is book 1 of the One-On-One Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
Anonymous 6 months ago
This is a real winner !
Anonymous 8 months ago
Enjoyable romance. Kept my interest and made me laugh. On to the second book. JC
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good! I will definitely keep reading everything she writes. This was a great storyline and loved Tate and Noelle. mjw
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a sweet, melt your heart, smart, funny romance! My favorite hero is the guy who is the commitment phobic but then treats the woman like gold and does things only for her. Because underneath is a serial monogomist at heart.
romancenovelsincolor1 More than 1 year ago
What an amazing love story to read! From the very beginning, the author provides a very good character makeup of the hero, Tate. You can start to feel why he thinks the way he does. The chemistry between the two comes alive at the very beginning of the story; along with humor. The heroine, Noelle, has issues of her own, and the two of them have some relationship concerns to overcome. Noelle and Tate are as different as oil and water. You can’t wait for them to connect. As the story continues, the author quickly pulls you into the storyline of their love/hate work relationship. As I continueD reading the story, I loved how the author entertains the reader with quick wit and humor, and the dialogue between Tate and Noelle is just so funny at times. The author provides great background information. As you continue reading, you can feel the chemistry jump off the page between Noelle and Tate. I also like how the author has secondary characters involved in the storyline. The sexual pull between Noelle and Tate is very strong. The reader will enjoy the intensity and the sweetness of the love scenes. The feelings between Noelle and Tate continue to grow as does the passion between the two. This author has found a way to make the reader truly believe in love and want to champion the happy-ever-after for Noelle and Tate. What an amazing love story to read! You will laugh, cry, and have your temperature rise once or twice. This is a quick, romantic-weekend read you can enjoy, along with a glass of wine. I would definitely look for other works from this author. -Reviewed by Tanya
clpetit56 More than 1 year ago
This is my first book by Jamie Wesley and it won't be my last. Ms. Wesley has written a beautiful story of love and pain, healing, second chances, and moving on. Tell Me Something Good has wonderful characters with real flaws, real strengths, and real passion. Noelle and Tate's physical attraction is white hot, their desire for one another an unstoppable force. This book captivated me from the very beginning.
BottlesAndBooksReviewsJA More than 1 year ago
Tate Grayson, a sports radio personality, doesn't believe in love. Not because he's cynical, but because he didn't grow up in the ideal environment with parents who showed each other love.  Noelle Butler's dream is to one day find the love that her parents had. Until then she offers relationship advices to her callers. When these two radio hosts who are the exact opposite of one another end up paired together for a show of their own, what will happen between them?  Tell Me Something Good is a magnetic book that captures your attention and doesn't let it go. Once you start reading, you can't put this book down.  The chemistry between Tate and Noelle is truly amazing and I loved it. What I loved more is their passion and the way that both of then always have to be right. These two challenge one another in ways I've only seen played out in a Gilmore Girls episode in a scene between Tristan and Rory (Yes, I did just reference Gilmore Girls in this review. What can I say, I've watched nothing but season 1 reruns since I've been sick).  Tate is your typical man's man, sports guy and the exact opposite of Noelle who is a bit of a nerdy doctor who thinks she knows everything there is to know about relationships. You'd never think this pairing would work together, but in a surprising way it does and the reader sees that they are actually pretty perfect for one another. Tate allows Noelle to loosen up and be a bit carefree in her life which has always been scheduled to a tee. Noelle makes Tate recognize that his parents are his parents and although things may not have worked out for them and his childhood was a bit rough, they did love him.  Tell Me Something Good makes me wish we could hear Tate and Noelle on air. I'm sure that would be a great show to start your day to!  Tell Me Something Good is a five star winner! 
Barb-TRC More than 1 year ago
Tell Me Something Good by Jamie Wesley is an adult contemporary romance. When I was requested to read this book, I had never heard of Jamie Wesley and I was totally surprised how much I loved the book, and how well written it was. This is a story of two radio show hosts who would never call themselves friends. They are different like night and day….totally opposites. Our heroine is Noelle Butler, she is a psychologist, who hosts a radio talk show giving advice to those who have problems with love and relationships. Tate Grayson is our hero, who hosts a show all about sports. Noelle believes in love, and she tries to bring couples together. Noelle keeps a business like appearance, wearing suits and always with her hair in place. She is the ultimate professional. Tate is the opposite, totally laid back, casually dressed and believes with all his heart that athletes’ should never ever get married. Just go out and have fun, which is what Tate does himself, with no shortage of woman. Needless to say, these two do not get along. The manager of the station decides after hearing them antagonize each other on the radio to put them together for two hours a day, in between their own shows. They both dread working together, but they have no choice but to try to put aside their differences and work together. One of things that I loved about the book was that this was not instant love. Many romances have the couple meet and fall in love almost at the start, but not the case here. There was a lot of humor in the story, when Tate tries to teach Noelle about sports. Noelle tries to be patient and show Tate that relationships and love is worth fighting for. It was so great to watch their defenses slowly begin to crumble. They began to learn about each other, their backgrounds that lead to their choices, and the start of a friendship, which would eventually lead to love. Their chemistry together was apparent as they worked together, and it turned out to be a very sexy sensual romance. Jamie Wesley did a fabulous job bringing these two together and allowing us to experience the fun of watching them discover each other, slowly falling in love. Very well done. I totally recommend that you read Tell Me Something Good.
AMONT More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed Tell Me Something Good by Jamie Wesley. The fact that the story of two radio talk show hosts was centered on relationship issues and sports was intriguing. There was a definite contrast between Tate’s and Noelle’s viewpoints. And I loved how their relationship evolved as they spent more time together while they attempted to help others with their problems. For a debut contemporary romance novel, Tell Me Something Good was a quick, fun, smexy read. And I look forward to reading future work by Wesley. Actual Rating 3.5/5 I received an e-arc from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
GoddessPhD1 More than 1 year ago
Love is in the Air What a shocker – a man cynical about love and marriage and a woman who dreams of nothing else.  How many times have we read that story? But under Jamie Wesley’s expert writing, these characters are given three dimensional form as Tate “the Great” Grayson and Dr. Noelle Butler – two people forced to work together while their radio station flounders amidst so-so ratings. The premise of the story was unique and Wesley handled the sports-side and the relationship-side with subject matter expertise.  I loved the chemistry between these two characters and the sexual tension evident from the beginning that built and built until I almost passed out with their first kiss. *Spoiler alert* It was worth the wait.  And the romance! Yes, ROMANCE! The relationship that develops between Tate and Noelle is gradual, sweet, sassy, and so believable it made me sigh.  Truly some wonderful romantic details in here that will take your breath away. And the ending was so wonderful and satisfying – the best HEAs always bring a happy tear to my eye & again Wesley rounded my third base & brought it home.  What a wonderful debut novel from Jamie Wesley! I can’t wait to read more from this talented author.
mysticrosetiger More than 1 year ago
This book is a great read. Noelle and Tate story is loving someone is giving your all and receiving it back is the greatest gift ever.
Lori-Gonzo More than 1 year ago
It's all about meeting the right one.  This was a very cute sweet story with just the right amount of heat.  Tate was a man's man and did not want a relationship, didn't think he had what it takes.  But I do love when those men fall for the right woman, makes the connection so much sweeter.  Noelle was a strong independent woman.  I truly enjoyed her character.  She was smart, held her own against Tate, open minded and true believer in love.  Their dialog was amusing and their chemistry was smoking.  A great quick read story that puts a smile on your face as you go. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Kiwibooknerd More than 1 year ago
ARC Courtesy of Entangled Publishing There is nothing sweeter than reading a new author for the first time and loving every single word she has written....Jamie Wesley has done a superb job of this book and I look forward to reading many, many more books by her. This is the story of Tate and Noelle. They both have slots on a talk back radio station. Tate as the guru sports guy and Noelle as the relationship specialist. She believes in love and wants nothing more than to have what her parents have one day. Tate is about as laid back as a guy can get and he certainly does not believe in love. After all his parents have each been married 3 times and are now marrying each other again. He believes in living for the moment and having fun. When the station manager teams the 2 of them up to co host a programme together about sports and relationships they are definitely not happy. After all they cant stand each other....sure they are attracted and there is chemistry but they are completely mismatched.... Except are they? I highly recommend this book and of course it has all the usual oldies but goodies you can expect from a Entangled author..... Romance (check), hot steamy factor (double check) Fun loving and wonderful characters (triple check) and the piece de resistance, the cheesy happy grin you get when you are finished with the book!!!
ljtljtljt More than 1 year ago
Good Book! Tell Me Something Good by Jamie Wesley is another wonderful addition to the new Lovestruck imprint from Entangled Publishing. Ms. Wesley is a new author and I am so glad I was given the opportunity to read her very first book. This is the story about two radio show hosts, psychologist Noelle Butler and former social media mogul turned sports analyst Tate Grayson. Noelle's show is all about relationships and love, while Tate's show focuses completely on the sports scene, most specifically, pro sports in the great state of Texas. Noelle and Tate met about a year ago when Noelle joined the station, and instantly they rubbed each other the wrong way. Now a a year later, due to the popularity of their individual programs, they are forced to work together in order to increase the station's ratings. Ms. Wesley does a nice job of evolving their relationship from adversarial, to friends, and finally into lovers. This is an entertaining, witty romance that was fun to read. I found the pace to be a little slow during the first half, but it picks up right after that. I liked getting to know Noelle and Tate, without any major distractions from other characters. I enjoyed their smart and clever banter, as well as their sexual chemistry. Overall, this is a well-written book with two main characters that I really formed a connection with. Complimentary copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review.
bouncyberthaCR More than 1 year ago
3 - "Sports and relationships, what do they have in common?" Stars... Noelle Butler and Tate Grayson, have one thing in common, they work for the same radio station, everything else they pretty much disagree on, but in particular love and relationships. Noelle’s 3 C’c for a healthy relationship - Cool, Commitment & Communication. Tate’s 3 C’s for a healthy (non)relationship - Chill, Cling–off, Change. After spending the past few months goading each other in staff meetings and such, things eventually take a step too far, and they end up calling each other’s shows to vocalise their disagreements on air. Unfortunately, for them the station executives think that their verbal sparring is radio gold, and they are given a regular spot for the next two-weeks to continue their debates, about relationships and sport and how the two correlate. ”Casual doesn’t mean no fun. And I want to make a lot of ... fun with you, Doc.” This was an enjoyable and easy-going read, Tate is definitely reminiscent of the boy in the playground that pulls your pigtails, because he fancies you and wants to get your attention. Noelle, had the sexy-librarian persona down to a tee as well. Do opposites attract, and can they both make the other see that there is more to life than the defined rules and beliefs that the other lives by... ”I thought You were a breast man.” ...      “I’m an everything man. Everything about your body fascinates me. Everything.” This is the first book I have read by Jamie Wesley, I look forward to reading more from her in the future. ”It’s been fun. It’s been frustrating. It’s been real.” ARC generously provided by Entangled, in exchange for the above honest review.