Harrisonburg, VA, United States | Member Since 2010
This might be my favorite book in the series. I like Eric and Sarah more than Tucker and Cass. There's still all that drama and angst, sex and music but these two characters are easier to invest in. Although Eric and Sarah’s childhood stories broke my heart, their possibility of an HEA filled me with hope. There was an undeniable connection that makes readers know the characters are right for one another. The fact that everyone around them knew they were in love before Eric and Sarah admitted it themselves adds a fun element to the story.
Though a few lighter moments were sprinkled in, Eric and Sarah's story is not light. It's dark, brooding and angst-filled. But the ending makes all those darker moments worth the read.
This story is felt, not heard. Between the deep, emotions the author wrote and the prolific manner in which the narrator speaks, this book touches the reader. This is an amazingly beautiful story of -what I hope is- the beginning of a poly-amorous relationship. The three leading men are uniquely individual, yet somehow fit together. The journey they take, especially Dan who gets much of he focus, is monumental. And when he takes that final step, it's both beautiful and fulfilling. Such a tender love story.
The story continues from book one with the relationship heating up a notch. With the angst that comes with young characters and the twist towards the end, the book is a good read.
The narrator has a light voice that's enjoyable, especially for these new adult genre books.
Important events happen in this Breed novella that make it stand out. Things are changing in the Breed world. You won't want to miss this short listen if you're following the series. Kudos to Brianna Bronte for nailing the many accents that added to the story.
I've been reading the Breeds series since its very beginning but listening to the heat that Leigh brings with her Breeds is hotter than hot. Breeds on audio book is so, so good.
Damon Suede knows how to write. Honestly, I'm almost certain he has a magic pencil. His books have the perfect balance of humor, sensuality and romance. His vivid descriptions place readers right inside the story, leaving no chance to disengage. And holy hotness... there were some moments I most certainly did NOT want to stop reading! Once you begin the story, you are hooked. Suede brings his characters to life. Seriously, while listening to this book on audio, I could close my eyes and see the story playing out inside my head. I absolutely fell for the characters -with all their quirkiness and hangups- and connected on some level despite having nothing logically in common with them. I would've been like the married friend (who I also loved).
The narrator's voice kicked up the heat and must read all of Suede's books. It's panty-melting deliciousness.
I adored Kate Sherwood's Dark Horse series and jumped at the chance to listen to one of her audio books. True to her writing style, the story had smooth pacing with an almost-painfully slow and gradual build-up. With some quirky characters thrown in and a few one-liners, The Fall is a tender tale of two men finding their true paths and discovering those paths can intertwine. I hope we have more stories about them and their family.
The narrator gave a solid performance, bringing a gentle voice to this beautiful love story.
Part fun and flirty, part heat and passion, and part sadness and healing, MJ O'Shea created a blended perfection much like the coffee brewed in Rock Bay's coffee shop. The two men's journey to their HEA is unique and the author allows readers to feel the experiences with them. Coming Home is an engaging m/m new adult romance that has all the qualities necessary for a delicious read... or listen to.
The audio book was well done by a narrator who provided a gentle voice to the story.
I've loved this series but this time, I changed it up and did this one on audiobook. It was fun to listen to the story and hear the characters. They were similar to what I had imagined and I found the reading well done. Now, the story was maybe the most serious Crownover has tackled in her Marked Men series. The boys lose an important person to them and as they deal with it, readers see their friendships again win out. And now Nash discovers his HEA, though it doesn't come easy or during a good time in his life, and readers learn what's underneath all that tattooed, hunky man flesh. Once again, this is another hit.
I've been reading the Breeds series since its very beginning. Never before had I tried them on audio but I'm glad I did. It was a different experience to hear the story told to me, really adding to the experience. Of course, Leigh's books in this series are well written - creative, suspenseful, romantic and sexy. So, so good.
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