To every girl with a pulse, he's Lawton Rastor - billionaire bad boy, former underground fighter, and heartbreaker extraordinaire. But in his own private torment, he's the guy who lost his only chance at her - the one exceptional girl he can't quite forget.
He's a notorious bad boy with a terrible reputation. She's a plucky nice girl who wants to play it safe. How can Lawton, who built his empire on raw badness alone, win the heart and mind of the sweetest thing he's ever known?
In Unbelonging, we heard the tale from Chloe Malinski, the girl next door who captured his heart. Now, at last, Lawton tells his side of the story.
©2016 Sabrina Stark (P)2016 Sabrina Stark
I love reading, and listening to Audio books, it helps me escape reality, and allows me to live in someone elses world for a while.
I thought that reading Lawton's perspective was good, boy, was I wrong!!!! Connor does an amazing job narrating this book. Being able to listen to Lawton's perspective is even better. The Narrator Connor, brings a more realistic down to earth, swoon-worthy vibe to Lawton. He is more reachable personality wise, I was hooked as soon as I pushed play. I would catch myself just sitting there listening and forget what I was doing completely. Well done, Sabrina Stark, on choosing this fantastic Narrator!
Lawton Rastor is definitely my favorite character, being able to hear his perspective and understand where he comes from, why he is stand offish in some scenes. It brings to light the down to earth personality that allows you to connect with him a lot more than when we read Chloe's perspective. And just to mention again...the voice!!! My goodness, makes it even better!
Connor brings Lawton to life, he brings the personality that we all didn't get to see when reading/listening to Chloe's perspective in Unbelonging/Rebelonging. I feel like even reading it, you don't get that full connection. Until you listen to Connor narrating Lawton, he brings that down to earth personality, the caring, funny, human being that Lawton really is. And did I mention, Swoon-worthy! Connor was the perfect choice to narrate, Lawton.You always worry that certain "scenes" will be awkward depending on the narrator, not in this case, perfectly suave, and if anything hooked me into those specific scenes, even more.
YES! I was upset every time I had to pause or stop it so I could you know, go to bed for work the next day. ha ha! I cannot wait to listen to Rastor narrated by Connor, this left me wanting more! Most definitely!
More than likely repeating myself, but Connor did a fanstastic job, Lawton is now someone I feel I understand, can relate to, and someone that I know has Chloe's good intentions at heart. Not that I thought he was bad in the previous books, but I feel like he is someone more reachable, not this famous meat head, that has nothing but that going for him.
I was nervous about hearing Lawton Rastor brought to audio life. He's one of my favorite characters, and I had my own idea of how he should sound. (Whispering to ME, of course.) Boy, Connor is a winner. Loved hearing Lawton come to life. Now I can't imagine any other voice.
I really liked how the narrator was able to capture so many nuances in so many characters. Not just the male voices, but even the female one. Bravo!
Connor did full justice to Chloe and Lawton, but he also made secondary characters really come to life. From quiet cynicism to breathy egotism, he nailed these personalities.
I wanted to, but life didn't allow. Given my choice, definitely yes.
Only that I'm looking forward to the next installment.
I went into this audiobook with high expectations. I loved Lawton and Chloe's story from reading Unbelonging, Rebelonging, Lawton, and Rastor. I was very excited for the audio to come out. I am shocked that I enjoyed the audio even more than the book. I have never heard any other audiobook narrated by Connor Brown, but I am looking forward to hearing more. I loved his voice and how he interpreted the characters.
Just a warning... it does end in a bit of a cliffhanger. But, the end game is worth it. I love Sabrina Stark's book in general.
Love listening to audio books.
This book is an erotic romance love story.
Although this book was from Lawton's point of view it was good, but it took me a while to get into it and a few times I was lost.
Lawton has a really bad reputation and he has no problem exploiting that if it get him what he wants. When one evening at a young age he first saw Chloe and he spent the rest of his life trying to find her. When he though he had given up, luck is on his side, but now he has to convince her that she will always belong to him.
Chloe has a secret and unfortunately she can't tell anyone, legally that she does not belong in the house she is sitting for. But when she meets HIM, the rules are going to be broken and she is not the only one with secrets.
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