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Cuffing Season: A Gay Paranormal Romance

Season of Love, Book 2
Narrated by: Dave Drew Hull
Series: Season of Love, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 39 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
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In a world full of strife, two wolves find solace in each other.

Ben was wounded in the heat of battle, now considered by society to be just another injured veteran werewolf. He’s loved, lost, and decided it isn’t worth the trouble. In a world where shifters die just because of the blood in their veins, what’s the point in committing? You just risk losing yourself. 

James is a kept omega, hidden away by his family until his breeding date. Soft and supple, James knows his intended mate-to-be will probably break him all to pieces. But isn’t that what omegas are for? 

Everything changes when James loses all he knows in an attack, leaving him the sole heir to the family fortune. Uncomfortable with his new responsibilities, he hires a bodyguard who ends up being so much more. 

Cuffing Season is a stand-alone audiobook, the second in the Season Of Love series. It’s rich, gay, mpreg, shifter plot will have you begging for more. Only happily ever after endings and never any cheating! Adults only!

©2019 Equal Love Publishing (P)2019 Equal Love Publishing

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Liam Kingsley’s writing is just as good spoken aloud

I really enjoy reading his books so having them in my ear while working around the house is just as fun. I love having some of my favorites come to life.

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Loved it!

Another awesome book! The narrator takes a little getting use to but he's good. This is a series I will enjoy listening to many times. I hope there will be more in the series!

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Wonderful story

I loved this book. The narration was great and the characters were wonderful. The story was well developed and the resolution of the story was well done. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone.

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loved it<br />

I thoroughly loved this book. the characters are so real I could picture in my mind what was happening. Especially the way the alpha treated the Omega with the patience and care needed. That's rare in any world.

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Yay! Another Liam Kingsley!

I really enjoyed listening to this book. The story does refer to events in the previous book in the series, but enough information is included with the story. The Omega and the Alpha are both damaged in their own ways. The coping mechanisms they use lead to interesting bedroom scenes.
Will be listening again.
Dave's performance was smooth and easy to follow along with.
Full disclosure I won a copy of this recording and give my opinion freely and without influence.

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Narrator's voice sounds exactly like I expected

I really enjoy these books and the love shared between Ben and James. The Narrator's voice sounds exactly as I imaged Ben would sound. The masculine narrative adds to the whole listening experience for me. Liam Kingsley never disappoints in this genre. 5 plus stars for Cuffing Season

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Another Fantastic Book Mr Kingsley, Please More!

This story is about Ben and James. Ben is a survived the bombings with his friends, but his PTSD is controlling so much of his life. He broke up with his girlfriend when she wanted more than he was ready for. He is now avoiding love.
James is an Omega that has been kept basically a prisoner by his family most of his life. They sold him at birth (betrothed) to a man that has never bothered to see him more than a handful of times his whole life. The man considers him property more than a person. He is anxiously awaiting the time to mate (Take Possession) of James. James is now free of his family then they are all killed and he is in control of his own life and that of the family fortune. The problem is he doesn't know how to live on his own or protect himself from bad alphas.
When attacked by one of these bad Alpha's attempting to rape him Ben comes to the rescue and becomes his bodyguard.
Both of these guys have issues, but can they work them out together?
Listen to this book, Liam never disappoints.

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2nd book better. Still needs different narrator.

The second book, in my opinion so far is the best. Ben & James, two men that loved and needed each other. I liked their storyline. What I didnt like in both books, was the narration. The narrator didnt really change the characters voices, they sounded the same and with no life brought to them. The narration of both books were vapid. No disrespect to the narrator but, both books that I've listened to would have been better with a different narrator. Maybe JE. If you can get passed the vapid narration, I recommend the two books.

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