Great characters are given real life by both the story and the excellent narration by Mr. Kelly. I listened to this remarkable tale in one sitting, and I hope that this is just the first of a number of books about the Triple C Ranch. I miss the characters already, which I think is the greatest compliment you can give a writer.
One of only a handful of books I've listened to over and over. Why? Because you know a story has touched you when you miss the characters when you "close" the book.
Mick was great, but Fielding was adorable.
I generally gravitate to the more angst driven macho guys, but Fielding won my heart a few short chapters into the reading. Innocent, yet wise beyond his experience and his years, he was playfully boyish, yet able to handle his initial heartbreak with dignity. Then again, Mick had some great one liners, and for a jock, boy did he have a big heart.
The moments surrounding Mick and Fielding's first kiss was magical. The way Mick set the scene... his caring and passion just under the surface and you could see it had been there all the time.
I absolutely loved the narration by Jason .... especially of Mick who was kind of snarky and sultry at the same time, with a bit of college boy bravado thrown in. I mean really, how many narrators can pull that off with a "straight" face! Santa Sludge indeed!
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