No one is supposed to know that college basketball star Steve is being physically abused by his father.
No one is supposed to know that he's living in a trailer park on the verge of being homeless.
No one is supposed to know that this tough guy is gay.
Coach James has always kept his private life private. Getting a job as a basketball coach for this university is supposed to be a new beginning.
Neither man expects to connect like they do.
Neither man expects to build a loving and supporting relationship like they do.
And neither man expects to fall in love like they do.
But there are secrets that are being held that could destroy this promising steamy affair, secrets that belong only to Silver Daddy.
©2016 Jamie Lake (P)2016 Jamie Lake
I just loved how the narrator brought James and Steve alive in my head while i was listening to him . I was able to feel how sad And lonely Steve felt. This is a must get Audio book.
Yes, I loved the way it was narrative. The characters was great, the storyline was wonderful.
When James got
Steven, and his brother's father out of their lives.
When James let Steven know that the Prison record was over turned.
No I could never rename it. I like the title.
I loved this series, I wish everyone liked it as well as I do.
Overall story was good, but I wasn't crazy about some of the narration. Also, the narration needs a bit more editing. There are some spots at the beginning and another 1 or 2 later on where narration is repeated (like the narrator was trying to say it a different way) - this should be cleaned up, as it was distracting.
The characters seem to bounce between really trusting/caring about each other and doubting each other - several times throughout the course of the story - I think this could have been handled better.
One of the main characters (Steve) vacillates between sounding gruff and whiny. This was annoying and I never felt like his voice really fit the character. And some of the narration just seemed a bit uneven - delivery was over the top at times and didn't feel natural to the story.
More/better communication between the 2 main characters. Too often they seem to be getting comfortable with each other then one would discover something and fly off the handle without talking it out. Fine at first, but got tiring as it continued. Felt like an 'easy way out' to show unresolved conflict.
For the most part, I did enjoy the story, but part of me felt that narration took away from some of the enjoyment. This one may have been a better read than a listen for me.
This was an amazingly touching story. I loved the dynamic between James and Steve. I loved that it was a more true reflection of life and not all sunshine and roses. I would love to see what happens to Steve's friend.
I totally love the story between James and Steve. It's what you could expect from Jeff Rivera. The angst, passion, the sexiness the taboo! Who doesn't want a silver daddy! LOL! Know about the narration. It took me at least a few chapters to get into the story. At the beginning then a raider talk too fast and I'm not saying that the speed was fast, it's more debt he didn't make any pauses or necessary one in between sentences. Because it was in the first few chapters, it made it difficult to go back to the story each time I have to hear it. After maybe the fourth chapter it's when everything settles down a bit. He does that a few times in between chapters but because I have to it at the beginning, by that time I was accustomed to it. I didn't like it that he did it but overall it wasn't bad.
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