Re-release of 2009 novella - Fire cost Jared Kenny his home and all his memories of the man he'd loved for over half his life. But it also brought him firefighter Adam Collins and the purest blue eyes Jared had ever seen.
Despite the best efforts of his department, Adam had to watch with Jared while Jared's house burned to the ground. Something about the man touched Adam and made him want to follow up and protect him. Later, when the two of them gave in to their passion, it burnt and bared them both.
So Jared ran...from Adam, from his past, and from everything their future together could hold. He tried to start a new life, taking only his newfound passion for glass and his obsession for a finding a particular shade of blue, the blue of the heart of a flame. It took a near-tragedy to teach him that the blue he sought, he'd had all along...in his firefighter's eyes.
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In the middle, It was very good, memorable enough. Perhaps not the best, but it's also very far for being the worst. I had a good time with it
Yes. I had a good time woth it, The story is sort of sad, but the narrator did a great job transmitting the emotions.
Yes, a great job in the protray of emotion. Very appropiate and I enjoyed how nice his diction was. I have hard time with some audiobooks trying to keep track of the story becoause english is not my main lenguaje, but I didn't had any problem with his narration.
I really can't answer that question.Mostly for lack if imagination :(
About the narration, it was very good. It had a nice pace and one of the things I appreciate the most is a good diction that make it easy to understand. I don’t generally listen to audiobooks because I get lost in the translation sometimes, most of audiobooks are narrated in English and I speak Spanish, it always requires extra attention for me to keep track on the story, but this time it was easy enough.
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