Let's be honest. Glen & Tyler go on vacation the same way the US Navy deploys: with much fanfare and crowds throwing streamers. Despite the pirates, smugglers, and the usual criminal crowd, this tale has hot men, Chemin de fer, and some nice beach scenes.
Come for the pirates, stay for the tight swimsuits.
Oh, and rum. Lots of rum.
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Glenn & Tyler continue to be great, unapologetic wish-fulfillment brain candy and they look good while doing it. If you're seeking for great lit, look elsewhere, but if you're in the market for good fun and happy adventure, look no further. Brian Rollins does his usual great job, although four books into the series I would think we might have moved beyond creaking chairs and odd echoes in the audio production.
Having some fun now!
One of the most fun I've listened to in a long while. Escapist entertainment that is a good time start to finish.
I was psyched to hear what Glen and Tyler would do next. And the thought of a couple guys in tight swimsuits was never bad.
Glen and Tyler are so smooth and fun with Brian's voice. I can't wait to listen to other books.
Fun in the Sun
Delightful and delicious. Who would have thought a girl could have so much fun listening to two gay guys frolic in the sand and surf. Mmmmm.
"More of the same..."
Once again Tyler comes off as smug and insufferable, and the plot lurches from one contrived scene to another. If the author could add more depth to the characters and add some genuine suspense, these books could have been so much better.
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