Raised in near seclusion by an agoraphobic mother, Davy Cooper's social skills are almost nonexistent. Now that his mother has died, he needs to make friends for the first time in his life. He catches Gavin Walker's eye, but the sexy, confident, bad boy hipster intimidates shy Davy so much that he throws away Gavin's number every time he offers it.
When Gavin defends Davy from a rude guy, Davy begins to warm to him. However, with his limited experience, he thinks he and Gavin are too different, and anything more than a casual acquaintance will end in complete disaster.
©2014 Kade Bohieme (P)2014 Dreamspinner Press
this is one of my favorite kade stories but the narration was terrible. the narration was monotone and i couldn't tell the difference between each character. there was little to no pausing during the story...like there was no punctuation even though i know there was. i highly recommend reading this story, not listening to it.
The narrator sounds like Christopher Walken reading a bed time story.
The pacing was terrible. It got really slow. I have read fan fiction that has had less sex in every chapter. About halfway through it is just mostly smut.
I think the story had a lot of potential and there were some characters that would have been interesting had they been fully fleshed out.
First and last book from Kade Boehme. Sean Lenhart speaks like he's running out of time.
I won't be looking for books he narrated.
All of them. Even the wallflower who should have been the most interesting character, had no depth at all.
Both the story and the narration were great! The narrator put a lot of emotion into the narration and characters. Each character was given a distinct voice and were easily discernable
"I think there should be a book number 2"
Love the book
There was not a thing I like about the book
One of the best book I read
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