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When Colby earned a swimming scholarship to the Falconer Institute of Training, he expected to spend all his time either training or studying, but that was before he looked out of his living room window and straight into the dance studio opposite.

It's taken Noah years, but he's finally got his life in order. He teaches dance classes all day, hits the clubs every night, and he's not looking for complications - especially not in the form of overly-innocent swimmers who like to spy on him from across the street.

The first time Colby approaches him, Noah has no trouble turning him away. It's only when Colby returns years later, to collect on a casually delivered promise, that Noah finds himself incapable of keeping Colby locked out of his carefully re-constructed life.

Their kinks may match up perfectly, but their lives and their pasts couldn't be more different. Years have passed, but will what they have together turn out to be worth waiting for?

©2013 Kim Dare (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Super steamy with a side of sweet

I was pretty nervous for this book and didn’t pick it up several times before I finally did and I’m so glad I did! It was such a steam little surprise. The story felt complete despite its length and really gave me the chance to connect with and love the characters. Colby is so sweet, I adore him. Noah and Colby together are hot hot hot! This book was a steamy surprise. And as always Joe Arden is phenomenal.

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Making the Right Choice

Noah has had a hard life full of some risky behavior and tough choices. But he is a beautiful dancer which catches the eye of the teenager across the street. Colby knows what he wants but Noah is honorable enough to send home until he's grown up. Three years later Colby is back and he's smart and caring enough to want things to be different and special for Noah. Their romance is sweet, caring, and hot by turns. They find that somethings are worth waiting for.

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spicy with a side of sweet

Would you consider the audio edition of Worth Waiting For to be better than the print version?

probably prefer the actual book, but audio was decent

What did you like best about this story?

character development was bland. its pretty predictable.

What about Joe Arden’s performance did you like?

did i precieve a hint of scott?

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  • 01-04-18

Story was ok, but felt too long and drawn out.

Would you try another book from Kim Dare and/or Joe Arden?

Yes. I did like the narrator and the story was ok.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

Shorten it.

Have you listened to any of Joe Arden’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No. I did like the narration, it was one of the better that I've listened to.

Was Worth Waiting For worth the listening time?

I did listen to the end, but I would have like to have read the book instead so I could skim over parts. I wouldn't recommend the audible version.