Ted's father is protecting the home front while his son is deployed overseas. Included in that responsibility is keeping Ted's gorgeous and naughty new bride, Mira, out of trouble. Fortunately, he has some help from his son & Ted's younger brother, Max.
What did you like best about Mira & Me? What did you like least?
Best: The narrator totally nailed the "dirty old man" persona.
Least: The book is written on a 5th-grade level, if that.
Has Mira & Me turned you off from other books in this genre?
What about Roy Wells’s performance did you like?
For a story told from the 1st person point-of-view of an older man, Roy Wells was a perfect fit.
Do you think Mira & Me needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Meh. Not really. It serves its purpose as audio stroke, but it has no literary merit. It's like a Honey Boo Boo of erotic audio. Entertaining enough in very small doses, but not something you'd want to consume with any regularity.
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