Yes, because the story was fun and the narrator did a wonderful job.
The fact that the story line, to me, was really believable. The charactors had me smiling the entire 8 hours and laughing out loud at some points.
No, this was my first time listening to him and I have to say he is now my favorite narrator. I will be looking at other books he has narrated. I think he could probably read the dictionary and make it fun to listen to for hours.
Yes, without giving too much away it was towards the end of the story while they were in the hotel room.
To sum it up this book was very believable, funny, cute, heartwarming, and Andrew McFerrin's narration of it just brought it all to life in the most wonderful way. There wasn't anything in or about this book that I didn't enjoy. Or anything else I would have added to it/ wanted to see in it. I am glad the author shared these characters and their story.
I am very conflicted about this story. Overall it was a very cute and wonderful story and I was never bored. I adored all the characters. But at the same time, it felt like a lot of the time Luke was a woman and not a man. That the author wrote a story about a Brian and a woman, then at the last minute changed the name to Luke and changed she to he. Even Stone Canon, the narrator, made his voice more feminine a few times when Luke was speaking or thinking. At times it felt rushed and I believe some things should have been explained a little better specially some of the new pack members. Even with all that it was still a wonderful story, I loved that it wasn't so much about Brian and Luke, but about how they built a life, family, and pack together.
I enjoyed listening to this story. Max Lehnen did a wonderful job narrating and bringing the characters and emotion to life. All the characters were believable and developed well. I do not like books where I can't relate/connect to at least one of the characters and in this one I can connect with both. More so with Seth, with how protective and supportive he is of James. I would have reacted the same way he did throughout the entire story. I just wanted to coddle James and do everything for him. Like Seth, not because James can't do things himself but because you just want to do it for him. I loved how James slowly grew throughout the story to see himself the way everyone sees him and what he deserves. I was a bit confused as to why the "bad guy" was who it was, seemed to come out of no where for me. But in the end it did wrap up the whole story nicely and gave the MCs what they needed to move on and truly be happy.
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