How long did it take you to find your place in the world?For Ethan Walker, going through the motions of life, keeping his distance, and never getting attached has become the mantra he lives by. Success is measured by how many hours he can work and how little attention he can draw - that was, until he landed on Beau Bennett's radar. Until Beau, Ethan had never met a man who could get him to question his own logic and even consider taking a different path.
Beau Bennett knows exactly who he is. It might've takenhim some time to figure it out, but now that he's got his bearings, Beau has set his sights on the mysteriously sexy Ethan Walker. Pursuing someone has never been his style, but something is telling him not to give up, because the end result is going to be worth it.
Now that they've found one another, how long will it take Ethan and Beau to accept that their place in the world is together?
Ethan is part of the Alluring Indulgence series but can be read as a stand-alone book as well.
Warning! This book contains graphic material that is not suitable for anyone under the age of 18.
©2014 Nicole Edwards (P)2014 Blackstone
Yes I would, it is a good story and the characters are everyday people you might know.
Too many narrators.
I really wanted to but it became a challenge, I had to give my poor ears a rest. It took a while to get used to the different narrators, but that is not the issue really; the issue is that the narrators (this audiobook has 3) didn't stick to one character throughout the book...Ethan's character was performed by 2 sometimes 3 different voices, same with Beau, Mr. Walker, Zane and the whole bunch (and there were a bunch of Walkers). Identifying a character by the narrator's intonation is critical, if they change randomly the listener loses track of dialogue’s sequence. Some people might be able to overlook this, but I found it confusing and distracting from a GREAT story.
Perhaps if several narrators are needed for a story, maybe each should identify a character and remain that character for the rest of the experience.
The story! This is one of my favorite books of the series.
Weird, the narrators switched around within a character. So two different voices or maybe three with one character I think! It was weird. If there was going to be several voices, they each should stick with one...
One narrator would be better,
I love to read and listen to erotica all types and paranormal vamps and shifters
This book had it all I laughed and I cried. I love how Ethan and Beau came together. Beau may have been the one to start things with a steely determination and Ethan was unable to deny how deeply and profoundly he was affected by the unwavering sexy man in hot pursuit. Ethan held on to his stance to form no attachments even with Beau, and Beau is not willing to simply be another meaningless encounter to Ethan. As both men fall in deeper with one another, they both must learn how to navigate the new and murky waters of what it would mean to be together. They learn together. They teach one another. And, ultimately, they are there for one another as they learn to let go of the past, heal and move into a new beginning. I loved how Ethan's family excepted him and loved him even when he thought that they didn't know and how they excepted Beau. Nicole has always given us great stories but I think this one takes the cake for me. The love between the two characters grows over a period of time and both of them are finding something in the other that they are missing in their own life. It’s beautiful. Having their own demons in their past they complete each other and truly help each other move on from their pasts and help heal each other. I cannot say enough about how much this book made me swoon and excited me. Oh it was just utterly heartfelt and emotional and beautiful and touching and life changing.
This above all: to thine own self be true
I liked Ethan's character and his internal struggle with his sexual preference, and the fact he faced what he wanted and needed, I hated that the book had to end.
Loved the narrators.
I don't know
there is something to be said when a book not only transports you to another place but when the author weeks shook well you love the characters and feel what they feel, whom that's Jay a gift.
Absolutely!! Well written and so emotionally charged it grabs you from the very first page to the last!!
When Ethan realized he loved Beau, then when he finally spoke to his family telling them he was gay!
It helps bring Ethan and Beau to life more than the author already does!
Beau because he never, ever gave up on Ethan!
"Ethan & Beau"
the fact it was a struggle to accept who you are
Beau... he got Ethan to be himself
the Walker brothers taking a stand against sexual orientation racists
the Walker brothers are the best
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