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Family Law

Silver Oak Medical Center, Book 3
Narrated by: David Loan
Series: Silver Oak Medical Center, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
4.5 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Reunited, and it feels better than good....

It was a long time ago, but Luke will never forget Jason Delancey and their first kiss under the bleachers of football practice. Now, 20 years later, he has a lot more to focus on than the one man who got away. Divorced with a seven-year-old son and a vicious lawsuit against the Silver Oak Medical Center to deal with, Luke has no time for reminiscent feelings of the past.  

When Jason walks back into his life as the attorney on the case, all of those old emotions and desires come tumbling forth. But when Luke's overprotective brothers try to get in the way of a reunion between the long-lost lovers, it's up to Jason and Luke to fight for what they couldn't have so long ago. And the fight is harder than they ever imagined as they go up against Luke's family and a lawsuit that's determined to destroy them. 

With their future family on the line, can these two finally overcome family law and retrieve the love they were destined to find? 

©2017 Shehan Peiris (P)2019 Shehan Peiris

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as good as the ebook

The story is always 4 or 5 stars, because if I wouldn't like the story as ebook, I wouldn't listen to the audiobook.

The performance from the narrator is also very important for me. I can't listen to a lot, because my English as a non-native-speaker isn't so perfect to follow a whole story over hours, when the narrator speaks too fast or too sloppy. Normally I have to SEE the person, who is talking to me in English. It took me a little bit, to come into the narrator, but at the end, it worked. I only have to take a few breaks between. I'm just not yet finish with the book, but I listen enough to give a review.

PLEASE READ MY RATING SYSTEM!!!

To my ratings:

5* - very very good
it's like an A+

4* - very good and will be often re-listening
it's like an A

3* - it's more then a one-time-listening.
it's like a B

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Good story

I really enjoyed this audiobook. I love
The silver oak medical center series and was so happy to see it come out in audiobook format. I really enjoyed the story the narrator was pretty good overall, and the story was excellent.

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Good, enjoyable story!

I love the Silver Oak Medical Center series!!! This one did not disappoint!!! Narration by David Loan was pretty good. Overall a great audiobook!!

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Great story

Another great story from Aiden Bates. I first read this when it came out and just now listened to the audio. I forgot in the time how much I dislike Luke’s brothers but it’s not a story killer. The narration is ok. It can be a bit stilted, especially during the parts that aren’t a character speaking.

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Second chances and dogs

Another wonderful story centered around Silver Oak Medical Center. This story is fast paced and had me on the edge of my seat at times. Luke and Jason are given a second chance but they have to deal with Luke's brothers and Luke's ex husband. Not to mention fanatical protesters at the hospital.
Narrator David Loan does a wonderful job.

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Okay, I LOVE this one!

Like, really, really love it :P

The storyline is full of suspense and intrigue, the characters are fantastic, and the romance, oh! the romance is perfect in its imperfection!

Luke is such a great character! He's strong, hard-working, responsible beyond his due and dedicated to his son. And yet, he is convinced that he can't trust his judgment. I can understand why he thinks this. It enrages me, yes, but I can see from where he is coming. Abussive ex, a family less than supportive (and more than a bit abussive, too) can do this to any person. Adding that he is, to all effects, a single father, well... he doesn't have it easy.

I adore how Jason understand this, and does his best to support him withour taking Luke's agency. To be there for Luke and Caleb without being overbearing. Patient and loving, all the time.

Their romance is rooted in the past, but it is in the present when it flourish and becomes real. It's beautiful.

And the whole cult thing was really well presented and creates a very compelling storyline.

Without hesitation, this is, so far, my favourite on the series.

And David Loan did a superb job with the narration.

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a fantastic story

Family Law is the third book in the Silver Oak Medical Center series by. Aiden Bates. This is a sweet second chance romance with the bonus of being an mpreg. It has drama, steam, humor and sweetness. There are adorable kids and dogs, a supportive and protective Alpha, a strong and capable omega and great supporting characters.

David Loan does a fantastick job bringing the story to life and making the personalities shine. Clear recording as well.

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  • 10-03-19

enjoyable

it was enjoyable.. narrator was good.. characters are good.. and the storyline was fun.. plus it was totally sweet and funny and sexy

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  • AliE
  • 10-01-19

Compelling

This is a compelling story. As the title suggests, family is at the heart of it...whether by blood or by families that are made. Then we can add a gripping plot that kept me in its thrall from start to finish. As with Book 2, Playing Daddy, omega Luke has to find the strength to overcome all the difficulties in his background before he can find real happiness. Lawyer Jason is so sweet and always supportive of both Luke and Caleb. How he is with Harvey is the icing on the cake.

I particularly enjoyed the turnaround in attitude of Dom. From copying oldest brother Joe, he finally develops his own opinions that he isn't afraid to voice. I was hoping that he had a book of his own, but I couldn't find one.

David Loan narrates the book in an effective manner. It did take me a while to get used to his style because he narrates quickly at times, but his portrayal of Caleb is excellent and totally won me over.

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  • WallE
  • 08-11-19

Family

I received this audiobook as a freebie. I had the kindle edition for a while but I hadn't got round to reading it yet.
Note this book is a non-shifter Mpreg.

The theme family runs through this story, whether immediate, the ones you make at work and the intimate relationship you develop

There are several stories Luke a nurse practitioner with a young son, Caleb, meeting up with his childhood sweetheart, Jason, now the hospital's senior lawyer trying to see if this was relationship which could be rekindled and trusted, Luke ex Steve back on the scene, Luke's brothers enmeshed in Luke's life who are supportive but restrictive, not seeing him as someone who can make decisions. Luke is trying to sort this out whilst having to come to work each day and run the gauntlet of medical activists against palliative care whose action gets more and more dangerous.

I found the storyline believable and quickly came to care for the central characters. Also, although for the most part, I did not approve of Luke's brothers, I can understand that family often think they they are the people who know you best and how interdependence can frame the idea that you have of yourself, your abilities and the right to choose to do something that may just be for you can restrict your choices. Unfortunately, the activists were close to most of our daily experience whether personal or through the lens of the media, where people think that their beliefs override the rights of others.

Although it not the first in the series it is the first that I have listened to and you can see that many of the relationships go beyond just being good colleagues, another family. I would read/listen to another book in the series.

I wasn't sure about David Loan's narration in the first chapter but he grew on me as the characters developed and I would listen to him again.