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Publisher's Summary

"I'm walking away from that dream."

At 23, an undiagnosed heart condition sends pro hockey player Cameron Riley back to his hometown newly single and looking for work. Cam can't hide his past - especially when his heart racing is a big risk, and boy, does his new boss's nephew make his heart race. Noah's exactly the kind of guy Cam needs after his hellish ex.

Art curator Noah Clark is glad his beekeeping uncle hired this hunk. Cameron is a sweet, smart bad boy. Noah works hard, like organizing a hockey-themed art exhibition, and he wants to let himself love hard. Noah's busy life would be perfect with Cameron, but what's his new lover hiding?

Pitting Cam's budding relationship with sweet Noah against millions of bucks, Cam is offered a lot of money to abandon his new priorities: life, love, and family. The game of their lives is on the line. And after all's said and done, is it too late for Noah to forgive Cam for his partial truths?

Buzz is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a happily ever after ending and no cliffhanger.

©2015 E. Davies (P)2017 E. Davies

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I adore Michael Pauley!!

I adore Michael Pauley and he narrates Buzz perfectly. He brings Cam and Noah perfectly to life and I hope we get a chance to hear more of The Riley Brothers series narrated by him.

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Amazing

The greatness of this book, the series in fact, cannot be stated with enough adjectives.

Noah's soft heart and acceptance allow for a heartbroken Cameron to find a place of space in a world that is spinning off its axis.

From the first meeting to the last scene you feel the blossoming of love expressed in the between words. Those words and thoughts we keep to ourselves out of fear that they will not be welcomed.

Art curator and a forced retired hockey player navigate the landscape keeping each other in their sights, tethering one to the other and all that comes from it is beautiful.

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Buzz

This book was good. Nothing truly note worthy. The Story between Cam and Noah is just a cute romance with no angst or Drama. Which is kind of nice. Sometimes you just need a sweet story to read and this would be it. I’ve read the book and the series before and they get better as the books go along.
Listening to the Audio of this book was a nice way to spend a few hours! Michael Pauley did a good job narrating this one. His voice is really nice to listen to and he does a good job keeping all the voices separate and putting enough emotion into them when needed.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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An unusually cute m/m sports romance

Buzz is actually an unusually cute m/m sports romance. Why? Because generally when an athlete is forced to leave his chosen sport as Cameron was, he takes another sports-related job like coaching. So to see Cameron go into beekeeping made it a rather unique storyline. As someone who grew up in the part of the Florida Panhandle where Tupelo Honey is harvested, I have a healthy appreciation for bees and their keepers and found that aspect of the story to be quite lovely.

While I'm not an artist and don't have artistic bone in my body, I appreciated Noah's passion for art and wanted to hunt down the board member(s) who were making his job more difficult than it should have been. Granted, I loved the idea of the hockey-themed art installation at the arena and wanted to see it come to fruition. The description of the metal sculpture that Cam's brother made for the show was spectacular and made all of Noah's hard work worth it.

The relationship between the two men was an enjoyable one. They were well matched and despite some speedbumps and a major (but understandable) omission on Cameron's part, their relationship progressed quite nicely. While their attraction was obvious from the beginning, they took their time getting to know one another before they had sex. And their sexy times were steamy, especially the last one in the book.

While I enjoyed Michael Pauley's narration and thought he did a nice job in bringing Cam, Noah, and the others to life, I enjoy his romantic suspense and thriller performances more. Pauley has an edge to his voice that heightens the intensity and suspense in a scene. As Cam had a couple of confrontational moments in the book, Pauley's edge elevated those scenes.

The sports. The romance. The bees. The Riley Brothers. I'll certainly keep my eye out for future installments in the series to be released to audio as I was definitely entertained and would love to hear Jackson find his forever with Chase.

NOTE: I listened to this title via Audible's Romance Package.

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heartwarming story

glad rhey put this book on audio. hope they put the next books out soon

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Great reader

Overall good book and great reader. Looking forward to the next books in the series

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Losing One Dream Lets You Find Another

E Davies has started a series with a well Buzz. Poor Cameron is having to say goodbye to his hockey dream because of an undiagnosed heart problem. He heads back home to his family and finds an even better dream. Cam meets Noah! Purchasing three houses next door to each other, his brothers move in. And life renews itself... Michael Pauley does an excellent job of narrating Ed's story and the sweet, sexy romance will have you smiling.

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Sweet as honey

This was a nice book but I felt like some parts of it tended to drag out a bit sometimes and wish it was more fluid.

I did read it before in e-book format, which was a bit harder to get into. However, Michael Pauly did a great job narrating this story and bringing it to life, making it more interesting and engaging. I am a long time fan of Michael, and love his emotional renditions of characters and situations.

This is a sweet love story, it is very gentle and I liked Cam's brother's a lot.
I would say i think it's not a master piece, but a feel-good romantic read for sure.

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Enjoyable start to a new series

This was a sweet no angst read. Through the entire book you are lead to believe that there was going to be some time of issue was going to happen with Cam’s ex but nothing ever came of it. I can’t wait to continue with this series.

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Sweet as Honey :)

I love this story. I love the characters. The danger of a medical condition and the awkwardness of hero status starts Cam and Noah's relationship of on a secretive foot, but the love of bees and love of love might be strong enough to get them through both. My only frustration is the the narrator sounds like a newscaster with a sinus infection, and threw off the book for me, which I'd read on Kindle.

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This book really got me buzzing!!

I love Ed’s work, especially the Riley Brothers series, then add in Micheal Pauley’s narrative and you got 5 stars right there. An absolutely brilliant, light hearted listen with some smoking hot bedroom action! Defiantly with a credit!