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I’m not the person you’re pretending I am. 

Graham is still reeling from the pain of separation from his husband, Calvin. He forces himself to wade back into the dating pool with the help of a handsome stranger who offers to remind what it’s like to put himself out there. 

Are you saying you want to go on a date with me? 

Emory has his hands full with Graham when his new boss, Calvin, asks him out for drinks. He’s not sure there’s a future with Graham, even though he wouldn’t mind one, so he tells Calvin yes. He has no idea the men he’s about to fall for are already desperately in love…with each other. 

Did you know it was me? 

When his paralegal suggests a group date, Calvin bucks tradition and tells the younger man yes. He’s not expecting Emory’s other boyfriend to be his estranged husband, and he’s definitely not expecting what comes next. 

That’s against the rules. 

Calvin, Graham, and Emory find themselves in a delicate relationship with rules and structure, but hearts are wild and refuse to listen. Emory is ready to commit, but Calvin and Graham’s past threatens their future and the chance to see their love made whole. 

I didn’t know I’d fall in love with you.

©2019 Kate Hawthorne (P)2020 Kate Hawthorne

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Emory Edgewood has just returned to the town of Edgewood, the town that bears his family’s name and he does not want to be there. His father insisted he return, although it’s never gone into detail why he was asked to return and their relationship isn’t looked at in detail. Calvin and Graham are married, but separated, and meet Emory separately and start to fall for him. The dynamics here are explored well as a sense of Calvin and Graham’s relationship is defined with just the right amount of detail and insight. Although the fact that Calvin is Emory’s boss is never given any real consideration. Emory then quickly becomes a part of their relationship as the men navigate all the facets of how to be a triad.

Christopher Rourke has a nice tone of voice. He gives an understated performance with the book being mostly read with little inflection in tone and did sound robotic at times. The men all sounded the same and although we get different points of view from the men it was not always distinct who was speaking. It’s still a pleasant way to enjoy this story and see Graham, Calvin, and Emory develop individually and then a relationship between the three of them.

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Great Story!!

I enjoy this book very much; however, there was something about the narration that I just couldn't get into. The narrator has a great voice but sometimes it was hard to differentiate between the characters.

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A Love Made Whole

Three different men and one complicated relationship. When Emory finds himself in the middle of a tug of war between two men, he is not sure what to do. On a whim he agrees to let the men meet. What comes next would put a strain on anyone, but Emory makes a choice that could break his heart forever or it could be his dream come true. It all comes down to Graham and Calvin and the love that they have for each other as well as their love for Emory.

A coincidence of a lifetime brings these three men together. Emory brings a spark to a failing marriage and has Graham and Calvin remembering their love but is it enough? This is a sweet story that gives listeners three strong characters with intense emotions. Emory is a young man forced to be something he is not just for his name. As we see learn more, we see just what a smart and strong man he is on his own. He is a force to be dealt with and Graham and Calvin learn as they spend more time with him. Their relationship is full of ups and downs and it was nice to see that they are willing to try and fight for it. I enjoyed seeing the difference in all three men and how they try to work through it all. This is a hot and emotional story filled with strong characters that pulls at your heart. Narrator Christopher Rourke does a good job of bringing the emotions that these men have to life and I was quickly immersed into the story.

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Holy Moly!! Sooo good!!

This was fantastic! The author has a way of drawing you into the story, making you feel like your there with the characters! Calvin, Graham and Emory were sweet together and oh sooo hot!! Steamy! Loved it!! Christopher Rourke did an absolute fantastic job with the narration of the Calvin, Graham and Emory!!

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wonderful listen

A Love Made Whole is the third book in the Secrets in Edgewood series by Kate Hawthorne. Calvin, Graham and Emory... they are so sweet, so hot... so perfect! I love the three of them together... the way that Emory filled a missing piece that allowed Calvin and Graham to fit once again.

The story is well written, with interesting characters and an entertaining story. Sweet and sexy, with some feels. Definitely a book I see myself rereading.

Christopher Rourke does a fantastic job narrating this story.  Clear recording and voicework.  The characters cane alive and the story shined in this performance.  

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  • 01-20-21

Heartbreakingly beatiful

Story: Kate Hawthorne sure packed an emotional punch into this book. A failing marriage, family drama, insecurities, heaps of hurt and failed expectations on top of figuring out a three - way relationship that is a completely new territory for all parties involved. It's a very emotional story and there are heaps of difficult ones. I couldn't help becoming invested from the very beginning, as the author did a brilliant job at building a very immersive tale!
Narration: Great performance! The Narrator did a great job differentiating the MCs voices.

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  • 01-14-21

Hot Dayuum!!!!

Hot Dayuum in deed!!! This story is hot, sexy and if you get interrupted whilst listening to it you may well want to hurt the person who interrupts you!!! For not only is the story all that the narrator's voice is all that too!! Where to start with this review??

The men. All so different but yet the same on a base level; in need of love, of patience, of caring, of being seen, of time, of being made to feel special. Each of them were coming from a different place in their lives and thinking they needed something different, something more shallow, hard and fast to chase away the emptiness. But do they really...

The characters. From isolated rich boy, closeted female lawyer, overbearing dad, commanding bear restaurant manager, black tie wearing lawyer, a snotty English lawyer and Zach the characters all gel really well. The chemistry between the main characters sizzles like a frying pan in high and had the hairs on my neck standing on end, which is inappropriate whilst working! The supporting characters are just right, being subtle and well placed and rather not needed mostly!

The narration. Christopher Rourke had me listening to this book in one go, 6 hours 29 minutes, and I could listen for longer. He has a great voice and as said above the hairs on my neck and arms were definitely raised during particular scenes. He had a distinct voice for each character, the female character was great which is not always the case with male narrators, and his English accent was definitely nothing like DVD which gets a bonus point from me.

My slight negatives would be that the narration needed a tad of emotion; I like it when the narrator is 'playing the part' and you hear the breathing during a scene, the catch of the breath, the emotion in the speech. And also sometimes Emory sounded like Henry and Calvin sounded like Kelvin. Not major game changers for listening to the book, just something that I noted.

I totally loved this story, this author and this narrator. I'm off now to pick up the first two books in the trilogy as you should too xx

I received a free copy of this audiobook from the publisher and provide my honest review voluntarily