A Way Home by Keira Andrews

81gzjnSXXuL._SL1500_Title: A Way Home
Series: Gay Amish 03
Author: Keira Andrews
Genre: Contemporary/Amish
Length: Novel (210 pages)
Publisher: KA Books (8 April 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Isaac and David never thought they’d go back to the Amish world. But when Isaac’s younger brother is stricken with cancer, they don’t hesitate to return. Their relationship is on the rocks after insecurity and fear drove a wedge between them in San Francisco, and David is determined to make things right. Yet if they thought navigating “English” life was confusing, being back in Zebulon is even more complicated.

Their families are desperate to bring them back into the fold, and pressure from the community builds. Isaac and David yearn for a future together, but each day it becomes harder to hide the truth about who they really are. They’re caught between two worlds, and if they’re not careful it could tear them further apart.

Can Isaac and David make their way back to each other—and find a place to call home?

This is the final chapter in a trilogy of forbidden Amish love.

ISBN: 978-0-9938598-9-2

Product Link: All purchase links available through link at author’s website: – http://www.keiraandrews.com/amishromance/a-way-home/

Reviewer: Prime

Review: This book is the third book in the Gay Amish Romance series by Keira Andrews. All books need to be read in the correct order as they form one coherent storyline.

After an extremely turbulent second book, this final instalment provides a nice change in pace as Isaac and David deal with their families and get their romance back on track. The book starts with Isaac and his excommunicated brother, Aaron, returning to their family where their young brother, Nathan, is hospitalised with a severe form of cancer. Nathan needs a bone marrow transplant if he is ever going to have a chance to fight off the disease and his older brothers return to the family to help their brother. David is not far behind the brothers, too, though he and Isaac need to resolve a fight/misunderstanding they had at the end of book 2.

The whole book centres on the hospital with Nathan as well as both boys being all but begged by their families to return to their community. There is a lot less drama than in the previous books but the book is still an enjoyable and emotive read.

This is a fantastic (and sweet) ending to what has been a thoroughly enjoyable series.

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Conscious Decisions of the Heart by John Wiltshire

81vd7QajcaL._SL1425_Title: Conscious Decisions of the Heart
Series: More Heat than the Sun, #2
Author: John Wiltshire
Genre: Contemporary/Erotica
Length: Novel (278 pages)
Publisher: MLR Press (July 3, 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.75 Hearts
Blurb: Ben Rider and Nikolas Mikkelsen learn that danger comes in all shapes and sizes and often in places you least expect it.

Nikolas’s dark past calls to him, inexorably dragging him back into its seductive embrace. While he goes on an errand of mercy to Russia, Ben travels to Denmark to learn Nikolas’s language. Convinced Russia’s vastness will swallow Nikolas, Ben doesn’t see the enemy much closer to home. Thinking he has lost Nikolas, Ben then makes a terrible decision that threatens to destroy everything they have together. Focused on this very personal horror, bound by a new level of commitment, they have no idea that a greater threat is coming.

And when it arrives, it changes everything—even the definition of commitment.

Warning: This story contains the violent death of a minor character and some graphic violence.

ISBN: MLR-1-02014-0265

Product Link: http://www.mlrbooks.com/ShowBook.php?book=JWCDHART

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: This book continues from book 1, Love Is a Stranger. This book left me speechless at the end after reading it. I didn’t really know how I felt about it after wards. In this book we learn about Nik’s past which was devastating to say the least. I was shocked at some of the details throughout the book as some were questionable to me.

I guess Ben likes it rough sometimes which is fine but some scenes had me cringing because I was not expecting it. Ben is determined to keep Nik with him by all means necessary. I really liked how both of the men seemed to change somewhat in their characters as opposed to the first book. Nik showed more emotions toward Ben.

Some scenes in this book are gory and violent in nature but I understood why as they blended with the story to explain different things in their own way. The separation and sacrifices broke my heart as the two struggled without the other. Better than the first book which shocked me as usually the sequel is not better than the first.

Good read.

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Worth the Coming Home by Lisa M. Owens ~ Audiobook

WorthComingHomeAudLGTitle: Worth the Coming Home
Series: Love’s Value, #1
Author: Lisa M Owens
Narrator: John Solo
Genre: Contemporary Western
Length: 7 hours and 31 minutes
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (03-04-14)
Heat Level: Moderate to Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts
Blurb: For Josh Brooks, it’s a summer of wishes come true. First he gets his dream horse from a rival trainer. Then his brother’s Army Ranger buddy, Dane Keller, comes to work on the ranch and Josh meets his dream lover too. Dane is hot, competent, and fresh out of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. Everything would be perfect—except nobody knows Josh and Dane are gay.

All Dane wants is a quiet life in a less claustrophobic closet and a ranch job where he can earn a living. But when his best friend’s little brother, the one who wrote the letters that kept their spirits up in Afghanistan, turns out to have grown up in all the right ways, Dane can’t help wanting more despite his fear of commitment.

While Dane and Josh are busy trying—and failing—to keep their hands to themselves, someone else is watching, biding his time. Then he strikes, first at Josh and then at the prized horse. When all of their secrets and fears are exposed, Dane is determined to protect Josh, even if it means leaving him behind.

Product Link(s): http://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/Worth-the-Coming-Home-Audiobook/B00IRI2L5E

https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=4868

Reviewer: Tams

Review:
Tams 5 star e-book review May of 2013…
Josh Brooks is the dedicated horse whisperer on the Ranch he’s called home for over half his life. He and his brother, Jesse, live with their aunt and uncle having lost their parents when they were children. He hides his sexuality from everyone except his best friend for fear of their reaction.

Dane is Jesse’s best friend, the guys met while in the military serving in Afghanistan. Having separated himself from “don’t ask, don’t tell” all Dane wants is to live his life a little more open than the military allowed. He travels to Montana per invitation from Jesse and begins working with the brothers on the ranch. The attraction between Dane and Josh is electric and downright explosive. Can two closeted gay men maintain a relationship when they can’t even be honest with their friends and family about who they are? Hell, they can’t even be honest with themselves! Their only saving grace might just be the fact that they can actually be honest with each other.

Someone is watching. Someone has targeted Josh and his precious horses. After Josh is outed very publically and painfully, he withdraws from everyone and everything. Except his horses. Owens has managed to blend several highly debated topics within an engrossing storyline and keep it in good taste. Homophobia, hatred, ignorance and PTSD coupled with love, compassion and family values. But after Josh is hurt not once, but twice, Dane leaves feeling like he’s failed and he can’t protect him. Can Josh convince the man he loves that he’s worth coming home to?

I will warn you, if you aren’t a fan of dominant/submissive relationships, this may not be the book for you. It is in no way, shape or form a bad thing in this storyline. Dane is the alpha male, the dominant in the relationship. Josh is submissive and he loves it, he wants Dane to take control and I assure you, he’s never forced into anything. I loved the way they found common ground and their relationship became stronger. The sex is HOT and these boys like variety. They don’t care if it’s the bed, the wall, the barn, the open range or the kitchen table! If you haven’t read this one yet, you really must!!

Update 3 star Audio review April of 2015…
I love to grab audio copies of books I’ve already read, a lot of times, the audio can take on a new life and give you an entirely different story. Sadly, in this case, the audio hindered the overall feel of the book for me. This was my first ride with John Solo and I was not impressed.

While I appreciated that he made the effort to separate the characters with different tones and inflections for various characters, I never questioned who I was listening to, his voice wasn’t very appealing. Extremely nasally and he had a bad habit of adding emphasis to words at the wrong time which gave them a different meaning than they had when I was reading them.

One of my favorite aspects of this book was the relationship between Dane and Josh, how Dane was this powerful person always exerting his dominance that was balanced with love. The way Solo voiced him made him sound cruel and almost unfeeling at times, and that just annoyed the crap out of me.

My suggestion, this is still a must read story but READ it, pass on the audio book.

So, in conclusion, e-book 5 stars, audio 3 stars. The wrong narrator can ruin a good story guys.

Grayscale by Rebecca Brochu

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Series: Spectrum, #1
Author: Rebecca Brochu
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Length: Novella (83 pages)
Publisher: Evernight Publishing (March 25, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts
Blurb: As a Chroma agent, one of the elite operatives for the Spectrum Intelligence Agency, Jonah Gray was skilled enough to handle most anything that came his way. If not, Jonah knew he could always rely on his handler, the clever Mr. Fox, to pull him through. Drawn to the seductive voice and commanding strength of the man on the other end of the line, Jonah wavers between his attraction to his handler and the knowledge that handlers and operatives are never supposed to meet.

Then a mission goes horribly wrong and Jonah finds himself on the wrong end of a kill order. With Jonah on the run, both handler and operative are desperate to finally meet so they can face this new threat head on. Together they struggle to discover who wants Jonah dead while they finally take the opportunity to embrace the passion that has always simmered between them.

ISBN: 978-1-77233-302-2

Product Link: http://www.evernightpublishing.com/grayscale-by-rebecca-brochu/

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: I enjoyed reading this story about Jonah and Silas. How they worked together as agent and handler through each mission was very impressive as the story progresses even though one doesn’t go quite as planned. I loved the chemistry between the two and the easy banter they had even before they met.

What I did not like was the sudden ending of missions then jumping right into another without warning. I was also disappointed by the lack of action in this type of book. You have dangerous missions with a little action. Not everything is going to go smoothly as happened in this book. It seemed to be focused on more Silas and Jonah more than the missions or the trouble they found themselves in.

It was an o.k. read.

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Alpha Bourne by Lynn Hagen

alphabourneTitle: Alpha Bourne
Series: Primal Heat, #1
Author: Lynn Hagen
Genre: Paranormal/Mpreg/Leopard Shifters
Length: Novella (100 pages)
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand Publishing (April 6, 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Blurb: Talyn Bourne has been Alpha for just a year when trouble comes his way. An opposing alpha who’d retired has returned, and he’s brought chaos with him. He wants Talyn to hand over his omega. When Talyn refuses, Ethan McBride sends Gabriel Taylor, a man who Talyn kidnaps in order to teach Ethan a lesson. But it’s Talyn who learns that sometimes the lines between enemy and lover are blurred.

Gabriel has no idea why he was chosen to confront Alpha Talyn Bourne. He hasn’t a clue what he’s doing and ends up being captured. What confuses him is that Talyn treats him like a guest, not a hostile enemy. When feelings begin to blossom between them, Gabriel knows he has to escape. Trouble is, Gabriel’s very own coalition is trying to kill him. But that isn’t his only complication.

Talyn has gone into primal heat and has set his sights on Gabriel.

ISBN: 978-1-63259-030-5

Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/alpha-bourne

Lisa’s Review: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts

This is a new and fascinating series by Lynn Hagen and I have to say that it was a blast to read. I have always loved Lynn’s stories. Now with all of Lynn’s stories I would say that each book in Primal Heat collection features a different romantic couple.

Talyn hasn’t been Alpha for too long, but problems always come up. Here he has Samson wanting his omega. Samson’s Omega was killed in an accident and he thought things were good. Now he wants Talyn’s Omega. Talk about a stick situation. Then Talyn ends up kidnapping Gabriel to teach a lesson, but it gets all hot between the two. He doesn’t react like I would think he would but you can smell the lust from them both. Not that Gabriel will admit it.

Poor Gabriel has no clue what is going on. He doesn’t really understand why, but he does know that Ethan sent him there to collect an Omega. Things don’t exactly work out the way he expects. He didn’t expect to get abducted by Talyn. Not that he minds because damn the man is hot. He didn’t expect Talyn to treat him like a guest and he was a bit afraid of going back to his pack without the Omega. He doesn’t really get what it was all about but this story has a bit of twist to it. I love the whole male pregnancy and Gabriel pulls it off, well mostly.

There is so much humor in the beginning once Gabriel realizes what is going on. I couldn’t stop laughing. I can honestly tell you that this is going to be one of those types of series, where I will have to read them more than once. One that I will have to read over and over. I love the way all the feelings they felt was involved in this story. It was the perfect story for me and I loved it. I can’t wait to read the next story.

When Lynn puts out a book I am usually there to eat them up. They do have a bit of a serious would definitely recommend reading this book. Trust me it will keep you laughing, crying, loving and having fun.

Shorty’s Review: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
I loved everything about this book and could not put it down. It had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. Gabriel had me cracking up with his comments and sexy Alpha Talyn seemed like a fair man regarding his coalition. As well as being protective of Gabriel from the beginning.

There was certainly danger, mystery, and some intense fights as well as secrets from the high council, kidnapping and threats that made for a stunning read. I’m looking forward to reading the next book in this riveting series to see what else happens regarding the failed plans of the high council and anything else the author has in store…

Truly an amazing and fascinating read with some hot sex between Gabriel and Talyn. I highly recommend this book, you won’t regret reading it.

 

Mating Tempest by Shea Balik

matingtemptTitle: Mating Tempest
Series: Paranormal Wars: Stone Haven, # 7
Author: Shea Balik
Genre: Futuristic Paranormal
Length: Novella (141 pages)
ISBN: 978-1-63259-038-1
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc. (April 8th 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 3 ½ – 4 Hearts
Reviewer: Leigh
Blurb: Even though E. J. Jennings was forced to fight for the psy, he never believed that violence was the answer. In fact, the very thought of causing harm made him sick.

Strafe Winchester learned early on that violence was a part of life. He didn’t enjoy it, but he never shied away from it. If inflicting pain on the bad guys saved innocent lives, Strafe would make sure to inflict as much pain as possible.

Strafe and E. J. were from different worlds, yet they must find a way to compromise if they have any chance to make their mating work. As they struggled to find common ground they started to realize that their rigid views weren’t as black and white as they believed. Will they be able to find a shade of gray where they can be happy or are they destined to live apart?

Purchase Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/mating-tempest

Review: This book is part of a series and should be read in order. This series also coincides with events happening in the Paranormal Wars: Juarez series.

E.J. has been taken prisoner by an evil leader of the Psy. For the past two weeks he has been physically and sexually abused. When the general decides to have some friends over he makes E.J. the main entertainment E.J. knows he is not going to live through it. Strafe has been sent in to rescue E.J. since he is a friend of the alpha mate. Once there he quickly realizes E.J. is his mate.

I actually liked both Strafe and E.J. I could see their individual points of view and understood where both were coming from with their beliefs. What I didn’t like about their conflict was how they went about it. They were both very rigid in their personal belief. Neither saw a way to overcome them and make it work. However I do think E.J. was wrong in what he did. But Strafe was not without his blame.

That being said they very much care for each other and when they finally pulled their heads out of their asses they worked very well together. And they were pretty damn hot. Plus I liked the special surprise at the end making them complete.

The overall story arc about the war between the Alliance and the Psy is going strong. This book reveals even more about the true evil the Psy are committing in their quest. It was pretty sad to read about their experiments and the depths they will go.
This series keeps getting more and more interesting to me. Each book gives a bigger picture of what the Alliance is facing and I can’t wait to read more.

I wanted to include a bit of a warning. There are some intense and descriptive scenes of physical and sexual torture. It was not pretty and is not meant to be. It was not listed in the warnings on the purchase site, so I figured I would give my own as I know some readers do have issues with such things.

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Claiming the Omega by Canis Blackfang

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Author: Canis Blackfang
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Short (27 pages)
Publisher: Canis Blackfang (April 7th, 2015)
Heal Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts
Blurb: This smoking hot gay shifter paranormal romance story will satisfy all your naughty werewolf mpreg cravings! 18+ ONLY! In love with a girl he met on a paranormal stories web forum, Joey has dropped everything to travel across the world to a rural town in the middle of Europe just to meet her.

Despite all the werewolf and shifter stories he’s read, Joey doesn’t realize that he’s about to step into the den of an alpha male werewolf who’s just dying to claim a fertile omega to mate, dominate and mpreg!

Product Link: http://www.amazon.com/CLAIMING-OMEGA-Werewolf-Shifter-Romance-ebook/dp/B00VTX2K32
Reviewer: Bonito
Review: Claiming The Omega is a very very short read. It took me about half an hour to read cover to cover. The genre fit the story line well. The author created a lot of intrigue at the beginning and throughout, until the very last part where is all seen to fall flat.

From the start I was intrigued by the mystery and suspense of Joey’s journey. I couldn’t wait to turn the pages to see what would happen next as he traveled to this mysterious destination in a foreign country to meet an equally mysterious woman “Irena” who he met on a paranormal website. The plotting from the start will hold your interest if you love intrigue and mystery. You will be anticipating what will come next, as he travels through places that are ancient, and foreign. Add to that the interesting description of the passengers that comes and go will keep you guessing.

Joey seems to be traveling to a land with no name, but still manages to generate fear in one the person that he actually connects with it. That was awesome, as it kept my interest piqued.

As I said intriguing and mysterious at the start, but when the big reveal came I must say I was disappointed. The author went from revealing the mystery to them being on another train, with Joey pregnant, yes pregnant. WTH??? I was definitely looking for more there. After all the intrigue at the beginning I was very disappointed with the end.

The first part was the best, well written, held my interest, and kept me wondering. But, the end was a total let down for me. It’s like having high expectation after an incredible job interview only to be told “you didn’t get the job. The ending lacks the all the excitement that beginning had, it totally fizzed out and ended abruptly. I actually turned the page looking for the story to continue only to realize that it’s at an end.

This book is suitable for paranormal lovers particularly werewolves shifter. There was no spelling errors or unfinished lines, so I was able to easily read and understand/follow the author’s thoughts and didn’t have to guess what they actually meant. So it was well-edited, which is a plus in that area. My favorite parts of the book were the beginning and middle, because I loved the suspense and those parts were well written. The only part I felt that needed work was the ending, it ended too suddenly.

With that been said, I would still recommend this book. I didn’t have to pay for it so it was free for a limited time. Since then it has gone back to price at $2.99. So if you don’t mind paying that for such a short read, then go for it. But if you are anything like me am, not sure you will like the ending of it.

The blurb said “smoking hot” I disagree its more suspense than hot.

Even the Innocent by D.W. Marchwell

EventheInnocentLGTitle: Even the Innocent
Series: N/A
Author: DW Marchwell
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novel (196 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (30 March 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts
Blurb: Salvatore Terranova is a teacher at the local high school. He used to live in the big city of Charlottetown, but never did meet the man of his dreams. Jaded but not defeated, Sal returns to Montague, completely unaware that the mysterious new neighbor in the old Victorian across the street is much more than he seems.

Having uprooted himself, Behr Kincaid settles in a small town, thousands of kilometers from everything and everyone he’s ever known. And with good reason, because he wasn’t born with that name. Behr always knew his brother was a criminal, but when Maurizio killed Behr’s husband of ten years, Behr gave up the life he had in order to see justice served. Despite his new identity, Behr knows the inevitable showdown will come when Maurizio tracks him down.

As Sal gets to know Behr, he realizes the man is lying about more than his name. While Behr wonders if there’s room for the truth, Sal wants to know who he’s falling in love with and must decide if it can lead to anything but a broken heart.

ISBN: 978-1-63216-648-7

Product Link: http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=6208

Reviewer: Prime

Review: I really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. I was somewhat blown away, but more out of the fact that I was pleasantly surprised just how much I enjoyed this one.

For me, what made this book enjoyable was that instead of hooking us on the intrigue and action involved in the secrets of one of the main characters, this was a rather simple plot which instead focused on the very human feelings and reactions of the main character.

This story is primarily about Behr and his story about moving on with his life after his criminal brother was involved in the murder of Behr’s husband, and to top that off Behr was the whistleblower on his brother. Behr receives his new name in order to protect himself from his dangerous brother and quickly finds what he needs in his new life. This is where Sal Terranova comes in (I was almost expecting some sort of sci-fi or paranormal element with a name like that!). Behr moves in next to Sal and two quickly get along. The only thing is Sal suspects there isn’t something quite right with some of the things that Behr says.

Okay, let’s just overlook the whole Behr being useless in witness protection. It’s something you’re going to have to let slide. He’s also hopeless as lying to maintain his cover, but I suppose there are many people around who would have the same issue in a similar situation.

But aside from that the sparks between Sal and Behr are hot. Add to that the dogs – animals always make good minor characters – and Sal’s big Italian family, we have some interesting things going on. This is more a bit of fun than Behr seriously in peril and running for his life, but I think that is what makes this different.

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Rescuing Jack by Caitlin Ricci ~ Audiobook

51Ir6-RJBZL._SL500_AA300_PIaudible,BottomRight,13,73_AA300_Title: Rescuing Jack
Series: N/A
Author: Caitlin Ricci
Narrator: Tyler Stevens
Genre: Paranormal
Length: 6 hours and 19 minutes
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (07-30-14)
Heat Level: Mild
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Werewolves are real. Marius enjoys the irony that everyone calls him a dog whisperer, not just because he’s a werewolf, but for his work at the local animal shelter. He has a unique talent for pairing families with their perfect pets upon first meeting them. But he’s still looking for acceptance and a forever family of his own.

Then Jack comes into the rescue looking for a big, mean dog. To prevent Jack from making the wrong choice, Marius convinces him to adopt a needy spaniel mix instead. But when Marius learns Jack is tormented by horrible memories while at his apartment, he opens his home to the sweet, scared man. As their relationship grows, Jack feels comfortable telling Marius about the horrors he suffered.

Marius hopes his steady presence, protection, and love can help Jack reclaim the pieces of himself broken on that terrible night.

Product Link(s): http://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/Rescuing-Jack-Audiobook/B00M8FIBOM

http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=5380

Reviewer: Tams

Review: Marius is a werewolf in a society where shifters have come out into the open. He runs a shelter for throwaway animals, those that are older, abused or otherwise unwanted. Marius uses his talent as a shifter to partner up animals and owners and he’s pretty good at his job. Now if he could just find a partner for himself.

Jack is in a constant downward spiral, afraid of his own shadow after he was violated in the worst possible way, in his own home, just for answering the door. He comes to the shelter looking for a BIG dog, but Marius can sense the fear and knows immediately that what Jack thinks he wants and what he actually needs, are not the same thing.

Patience is a virtue that Marius carries in abundance. He slowly pulls back the layers that Jack hides beneath and learns the horrible truth about what happened to him. And Jack opens up a little more every day as he comes to realize just how kind and gentle Marius is. But there is still the fear that is engrained in Jack’s psyche. What if he can never be comfortable being touched again?

I was drawn into this story from the start with the big, sexy, gentle giant shifter who refuses to be in the closet. He’s a werewolf in a society that doesn’t fully accept his kind and he’s gay, and he wears them both like a badge. And then there was young Jack, so painfully withdrawn because of what happened to him. He doesn’t speak after his screams for them to stop went unanswered. Just the thought of being touched sends him into a full-blown panic attack. He retreats from the sound of crickets. So there was just a little bit of predictability as to exactly what they were going to be for each other. Still, I was completely engrossed in this story. Very well written and conveyed.

And the narration was spot on let me say. Tyler Stevens had this confident and understanding tone to his voice when reading Marius, but then he was timid and shy when reading Jack. And when Jack was remembering what happened to him, or telling Marius his story, you could feel the pain in Steven’s voice. Marius’s brother creeped me out though, Stevens made him sound like a serial killer.

Here is my big issue with this story, the ending. Throughout the entire book everything was slow and steady and perfectly timed out. Lots of attention to detail as the relationship between Marius and Jack developed. And then the ending was so abrupt, no details no elaboration, nothing. That was a bit of a letdown. But overall I really enjoyed this audio.

Anyone that likes paranormal romance will enjoy it as well.

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