Raine Baumer is living the party life in Chicago, indulging in short relationships with little emotional commitment. But after he’s severely injured in a gay bashing, close friend Geoff arrives to take him to the country to recuperate. There, Geoff and his partner, Eli, treat him like part of the family, and Raine meets Jonah, Eli’s brother, who is exploring life in the world outside his Amish community.
Jonah and Raine’s mutual attraction draws them together, but they may not have a chance to explore it. Jonah’s father is making ultimatums, and the police believe that the attack on Raine may not have been as random as it initially appeared. Raine and Jonah will have to face what they fear most in order to have any chance at a life together.
©2010 Andrew Grey (P)2011 Andrew Grey
I recommend all of the Love Means.....books by Andrew Gray
Sean Crisden narrates with great feeling in his voice.
I have all of the Love Means...books. Both in print and in audio format.
Perhaps the Laughton Farms scenarios are a bit too idealistic, but they
are so uplifting and entertaining that the reader/listener is transported
to this wonderful place, if only for a few hours.
I was cheering for Jonah's and Raine's relationship.
They come from completely different worlds and a happy ending seemed remote.... the development of their relationship and personal battles is engaging.
Another great instalment to the series.
Good love story
Jonah and Randy's interaction and banter
I have many books that Sean Crisden has narrated and will sometimes base my decision on whether to buy the book or not because of the narrator.
Not a clue
As usual, listening to Sean Crisden. He doesn't make the story, just makes it better!
I have no favorite. All the characters are so interesting I wished I knew "real" people like them.
No, the whole book was very moving. Whenever I read something (or listen to) a book by Andrew Grey I feel the whole spectrum of the emotions. Having Sean Crisden narrate just makes it a deeper reaction.
As with all of this author's books, I loved this one. I love Sean Crisdens's work but in this instance I wasn't keen on the voice used for Jonah. It sounded a little young for this particular story. That said, it didn't spoil my enjoyment overall.
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