At first the narration was a bit difficult to follow, but it was certainly worth it. Enjoy!
entertaining but repetitive
Although I liked the plot - I have a thing for professors - and Dreo, I did not like Nate. He was annoying to say the least. It was not because of who he is but how he was written as a character. He is written the same as the MCs in Matter of Time, Timing & even Old Loyalty, New Love. The person who Lord knows how is perfect in every way and he does not know it. All the men want him - or hang on his every word and all the women fawn over him. Nate is the perfect parent, neighbour, friend, lover, ex-lover, ex-husband, professor. Heck, he even gives advise on wine at the grocery store - why?
Can't think of one, although the joke of having students pass their assessments of another professor to him because Nate knows best was worth the head shake!
This book would have been much more enjoyable with its host of characters had Nate been toned down a bit. Sean Crisden did a great job.
It is rare that I dislike the MC and this time, I found Danny rather annoying in what could have been a nice story
No - although there is nothing wrong about a series similar to this plot
It might be the narration but it made the MC come out as a total selfish person sometimes. I have the book version which I started reading a while ago then stopped. I am not sure if it is worth revisiting after this. Too many other books to read.
Yes, yes & yes! Jace's story is wonderful and Kevin R Free narration of the Season's series is great
Jace - always
He gives a sound to the characters in my head.
Keep the tissues handy, they will be needed.
Engaging, heart-warming and delicious!
Perhaps the Promises series by Amy Lane
This one was better
I wish the smaller works in the series will also be done, they are a great addition. Enjoy
NO! both add to each other, I fell in love with the printed version of the series. Listening to Seasons just brings the story back to the forefront.
We get to know Tim and understand how his story with Ben evolved.
He brings a new dimension to the voice I hear in my head, although I am not the biggest fan of how Tim sounds all the time.
I just hope that we will not wait too, too long for Autumn and Spring to be available.
I would say that it ranks in the mid- to high among others. The exploration of Dan's life and his relationship with the Evan and Jeff, as well as his grappling with the loss of Justin are poignant, sad and lovely. I'll probably listen to again
The slow build-up, it is a well written novel which presents an honest effort to show the main characters, especially Dan, trying to deal with life, love and loss. Had it been done faster, it would have weakened the author's effort.
Jeff (and Dan too of course)
No, not in the beginning and it is pretty long, but by the last third, I was very invested in the characters
Narrating female voices might not be the forte of PB Brooke, but do not let that dissuade you from a good story.
To start, I was not a fan of Boney's other book - The Nothingness of Ben - and I was hoping that this book might prove better and it sure was. The premiss, although far fetched with the amount of characters involved, was very intriguing and heart-warming. I like its odd twists!
Stanton and his road to peace!
Chris talking to Topher!
The narration is terrible, I have not managed to reach chapter 5 yet.
Something by josh Landon
Jack lefleur, Charlie Belmont or Sean crisden. There are many.
Not sure...trying to continue but it is just not working.
May be! Not the best narration for Paul Morey
In the e-book, I like Andrew
Perhaps, although the last couple of books by him have been not that great (This and Living Promises)
The growing relationship between the MCs
Hard to say, I would generally go with Zane, but I think Ty may have this book
Meeting at the Airport
Absolutely - been waiting for it to come to Audible!
Please add books 6 & 7! Thanks
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