Cayson is in love with Skye Preston, his best friend for over 20 years. They grew up together, bathed together, and spent every holiday together. Hoarding the secret hasn't been easy. Every time Cayson sees her with a boyfriend, he wants to smash his fist into a wall.
But he could never tell her the truth.
The close friendship they have is too good to be ruined. If he confessed his deepest feelings, how would it change what they have? Would he lose her altogether?
But everything changes when Cayson finds Skye at a party, drunk and incoherent. Unable to stand on her own two feet, with breath reeking of alcohol, she's easy prey for the men staring at her noticeable chest. Cayson immediately scoops her into his arms and takes her home. But when they arrive at the house, Skye doesn't want to sleep. Instead, she wants Cayson in a way she never has before.
What will this mean for their relationship? Is it the start of something Cayson has always dreamed of? Or will it be the end?
Author's note: This audiobook does not end with a cliffhanger.
©2014 E. L. Todd (P)2015 E. L. Todd
I love the story, it's a pleasure that the story consit of thoughtful and intelligent young adults. What I mean you rarely read or hear about
Young adults who love and respect their parents and extended family
I give this book 5 stars because of the ending of book
I liked the story, best friends falling in love. Very sweet, but it had some issues. The characters are a bit too "perfect", especially Cason, but I could overlook that. It piles up though... The "family" feels very clanish. At points it felt like a mafia family. I'm not a feminist and I enjoy chivalry and dominant males in a good romance, but this was all about the dads being in control over everyone else, and I didnt find it sexy or even romantic... just overbearing. I enjoyed the story, but I don't see myself continuing the series. The narrators were ok, but Fauna should work on her voices, or stick to her own. The male voices she attempted distracted from the story.
Loved this author and this story. Will definitely read more books by EF Todd. Thank you for writing such a delightful book.
The storyline is not terribly original but engaging enough. The characters showed some depth but could have been a bit more developed. I never really felt like I "knew" them. My main complaint with the novel is the author's gross overuse of the word "smirked". There are so many other more descriptive verbs that could have taken its place.
Love to read and I am really enjoying audible. Fantasy and sci fi are my faves but I also enjoy period novels and historical fiction.
Nick Russo did a pretty decent job with his performance. Unfortunately his role was much shorter than fauna Nyx. She was awful. Her acting was bad and her voices were worse. Her males voices were terrible and cringeworthy. Her female voices were nasal and pitchy. I had to fast forward the story on 2x speed to tolerate her performance.
The story itself was ok but annoying. The female lead is dating someone she supposedly finds extremely attractive and sexually stimulating but the next sentence is her telling us how he isn't good in bed. They constantly fight and she yells at him to leave and you never see any good or interesting interactions between them. This is a supposedly brilliant young woman.
Carson, the male lead had been in love with her , his best friend, forever and tries to get over her by dating another woman. He realizes she likes him far more than he feels for her. Despite him telling her he's only with her to get over his one true love they continue to sleep together in a monogamous relationship. This didn't endear me to cays on too much.
All in all the sexual scenes were minimal and non existent between the two main leads. More like a young adult story than one for adults.
Definitely better stories to read or listen to
I liked the story and I liked the male narrator. However the female narrator was awful. The guys all sounded like "surfer dudes" and rather monotone. The women all sounded like bimbos. it wasn't pleasant to listen to. The guy narrator did a good job
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