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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

Daniel, an author, employs a new gardener, Sam, a sad and lonely character who has suffered a few knocks on the journey of life. The discovery of knotweed in Daniel's garden leads to an invitation for Sam to stay for several extra days to remove the offending plant. Sparks fly between the two men and more gets plowed than just the garden.

Their relationship deepens as Daniel shines a light into all the dark and damp corners of Sam's life and Sam attempts to show Daniel that there are sometimes better ways to deal with your problems, especially those with your neighbors.

©2013,2014 The Carter Seagrove Project LLC (P)2015 The Carter Seagrove Project LLC

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Wity and sensual sexy

I loved the story. Daniel is right up my alley of favorite characters sarcastic and humorous. Sam, the gardener, easy going and honest.

It was a great story to listen too and kept my interest easily. And as for Stewart Campbell, I'm in love with his voice!!!

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  • 07-12-15

Outstanding!

If you could sum up Daniel's Garden in three words, what would they be?

It's a rollercoaster

What did you like best about this story?

The way Daniel stands up for Sam

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The action sequence when Daniel rescue Maggie for Sam

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Daniel invites Sam to have dinner for the first time.

Any additional comments?

I've listen to other audiobooks and the quality of the recording and the performance are way better than anything that I've heard so far.