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Finding His Guys

Benson Brothers, Book 2
Narrated by: Gage McKenna
Series: Benson Brothers, Book 2
Length: 3 hrs and 39 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
4.5 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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Coming out was hard enough - but coming out with two partners? That feels impossible.

When the news broke that my dad had been using his position at the fertility clinic to do things he shouldn’t, it sent our small town into uproar. That the world now knows that my overbearing father isn’t as squeaky clean as he seems might even be worth it...except that he’s taking my mother and me down with him. 

Things in my family have gotten really rough, but there are two constants that I can still rely on: my best friend Eli and our new friend Nathanial. They’ve been keeping me sane while we’re on summer break from the university, but I’m not sure how much longer that’s going to last. Because, between Eli’s gorgeous dimples and Nathanial’s wild curls, I’m a goner. 

Finding out that my crushes aren’t one-sided takes this summer from hot to scorching, but a relationship is hard enough with two people. Can we really make this work with all three of us?

Finding His Guys is the second audiobook in the contemporary Benson Brothers series. Set in the small town of Bennett Wood, North Carolina, you won’t want to miss out on these sweet and steamy love stories! This audiobook, and others in this series, can be listened to as a stand-alone title. 

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friends to lovers x3

I really liked how the story built up and developed it was sweet and had a good pace to it. The narration is done well an overall good listen with a solid story.

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The strength of three

Luke , Eli, and Nathaniel's friends to lovers was at first sweet then blazing hot. There's hardly any angst. There's good communication, which I think was one of the key to their bond surviving everything that was happening, especially for Luke. A well written coming of age story about a trouple who discovered they are stronger together. Looking forward to the next book in the series. Gage McKenna's narration was well done, listeners can tell he enjoyed bringing this book to life.

Voluntarily left this review after been given this audiobook at my request.

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coming of age

It was heartwarming to see the three boys finally find solace, support, comfort, and love from each other. My heart went out to these boys for their current situations. They stuck together and came out ahead. Strength in numbers. I loved that they git to chose careers they wanted and not alternative ones forced on them. I was glad Luke's mom finally woke up. The narrator did a great job. I voluntarily listened to this and am giving an honest review

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Worth the read!

Loving this series, looking forward to more. The narrator is great and hope he does the rest of series.

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Couldn’t put it down

This is the second book in the Benson Brother Series with well-developed characters. This is the story of Luke, Eli, and Nathaniel. These three guys are all friends who have crushed on each other but were scared that the others didn’t feel the same. As rumors and scandals continue to grow the Eli and Nathaniel rally around Luke. All three have their own issues, but together their bond makes them stronger and helps them navigate and find their way together. I am looking forward to the next book in this series. The narration was very well done.

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A RELATIONSHIP CAN HAVE MORE THAN TWO PEOPLE

I received this book for free and am giving my honest and voluntary review.

Luke, Eli and Nathanial are three friends who had different receptions from their parents when coming out that they were gay. Luke was met with hostility and disregard, as if he were an embarrassment. Eli was met with nonchalance from his mother who was not an upstanding character but did what she could to make sure he was taken care of and loved. Nathanial’s parents were accepting and only wanted their child to be happy. These young men stuck together and overcame some of the obstacles of being a threesome instead of a couple and learned that they could survive better together. A well-written story about acceptance of alternate lifestyles.

The narration was refreshing and I could listen to the narrator more as he made it seem as if he were the characters and not just reading a story. I enjoyed him.

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Through the strength of three, they become one.

I really enjoyed Luke, Eli and Nathaniel's journey. This is a sweet story of three young men finding their way together. All three have their own issues, but together their bond makes them stronger as a unit to persevere through and find a way.

I love Gage McKenna as a narrator. I find him really easy to listen to and he breathes life and emotion into the characters completely drawing me into the story.

If you like an easy low angst story with 3 M/C's it's worth a listen.