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After Fazil Kurt breaks up with his girlfriend, a business trip to Seattle offers some much-needed time away. Sent by S. R. Anderson Consulting, Fazil is there to help audit Singularity Storage, a company they are trying to save. His first discovery is intriguing to say the least: One of Singularity's engineers is Todd Douglas, Fazil's first love.

He knows better than to get personally involved on a job like this. Back in high school, Todd broke Fazil's heart more times than he could count, but both men have grown so much since then - and Fazil never could say no to Todd....

Contains mature themes.

Β©2016 Anna Zabo (P)2016 Tantor

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I love Iggy Toma - he's an auto buy for me.

There were parts of this story I liked.

I liked the idea of two ex-boyfriends find each other again 15 years later.

I liked Todd.

Fazio was a character that started out okay but over the course of the book, I grew to hate him. I know, strong words.

His whining and his need for ego-stroking (and expecting Todd to be the one to take care of that) got on my last nerve.

I enjoyed the hot times between Todd and Z.

SPOILERS

I was very angry when Fazio went back to Seattle. I was angry about how he treated Todd. It was deja vu of their high school days. Shutting Todd out was a s*itty thing to do.

I also didn't like that Fazio expected Todd to be a mind reader.

And finally, although everything ends well, I still didn't like the lack of responsibility that Fazio took for any of his actions (now or then).

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Love this series! And as always, Iggy nails it.

Do yourself a favor and get all of them. Fantastic!! Just enough kink and Tech, and diversity and hotness to keep you not wanting to stop. Listened all in one sitting. Now I'm sad it's done. Hope there are more?

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  • PJM
  • Kingston, NY United States
  • 12-04-17

Forced

The story was forced and way too focused on the "hot sex" which took away from the potential story. Characters went round and round for no good reason, and the conflict felt inflated for dramatic purposes.

Good performance, good pace, very listenable.

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It was ok

It was an ok story. Heard it before. I would probably give another one of her books a try

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Love it

Nerd kink alert
Iggy's voice is perfection for this book I absolutely loved it.
This book does not have a Bdsm theme like the others in the series but it's still a little kinky, just a very soft nerdy kink. I loved it, it was funny and sweet and more about the relationship than anything else. Like the previous books you can get a little lost with the business/ tech talk. Still great buy :)

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  • L.C.S.
  • Chicago, IL, USA
  • 07-26-16

Awful

I can't believe I spent money for this. Truly vapid. The story and writing can be described as juvenile at best. The character and relationship development is nonexistent--who cares if these guys stay together! The sex scenes were a waste since there was zero believable passion/chemistry/connection (other than what the narrator tells us exists). The premise was interesting, but the "story" and characters are ridiculous. By chapter 12, I had to admit to myself that it wasn't going to get any better. I gave two stars for performance only because I have heard worse narration, but Fazil's voice was annoying. I just want my money and time back.

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