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I don’t think I deserve a second chance.

Eight years ago, my best friend Griff walked out of my life.

It wasn’t his fault. He came out of the closet and his parents told him to get lost. He was looking to me for a plan, some support - but I let him down. It doesn’t matter that I was just a kid myself. I should have been there for him.

I gave up hoping that he would get in touch, even just to let me know he was alright. So when I saw him back in town scoping out real estate for his art gallery, I was shocked - and so damn hopeful I couldn’t think straight.

I might not deserve him, but I never stopped loving him. And this time? I’ll do anything it takes to stand up for him - even if it costs me my job.

Finding His Second Chance is the third 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 every audiobook in this series, can be enjoyed as a standalone title.

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Second Chance/Friends to lovers

I love this small town and these group of brothers. This is a sweet pretty low angst second chance/best friends to lovers story. It's also about coming home and finding things can change and maybe weren't what you thought they were. McKenna does a great job with the narration making this an truly enjoyable listen.

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Worth listening

I loved the story, loved how two men fight for a second chance, fight for acceptance and understanding and definitively for love. And I love Gage McKenna voice although I feel that there should be a bit more of emotion. But in the overall, a great listening!

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Nice listen

Second chance romance , bigoted family members , but heartwarming ending, like-able MCs and some fun in the hay.

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**Love always wins**

Gage McKenna did a great job with this story.

This second chance romance was wonderful. The MC's were best friends growing up. One of them was kicked out of their house for coming out. He assumed his best friend would be on board with running away from the narrow minded people in their small town. This wasn't' the case and the refusal to leave, abruptly ended the friendship.

After 8 years with no contact, they run into each other downtown. The cautious courtship that follows is amazingly well developed.

If you like small town second chance romances, this is a book for you!

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Wonderful!

I’m loving this series and the narrator is spectacular!
His voice pulls you right in and makes it hard to stop for a break. Can’t wait for the next one.

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Couldn’t put it down

This is the third book in the Benson Brother Series with well-developed characters (second chance). This is the story of Alex and Griffin who were best friends in high school. When Griffin comes out to his parents he gets thrown out and the two friends were not mature enough to handle it and had a falling out. Eight years later they meet again when Griffin comes back to town. This time both men are mature enough to stand up on their own for what they believe in and for each other. I loved how the town rallied around Griffin in his time of need after his bigot family tried to ruin his dreams. I cannot wait for the next book in this series. The narration was very well done.

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A POIGNANT LOOK INTO GAY TREATMENT BY SOCIETY

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

Alex Beson and Griffin Hill had a falling out at the age of eighteen because of Griffin’s parents disowning him and kicking him out of the house when he came out of the closet. Eight years later, they meet again and the homophobia in town still exists. I almost cried at the way Griffin’s family treated him. Not being of the LGBTQ community, it hit me hard as to how the similarities in the race issue come to mind; except for the fact that you still have family on your side. A very deep look into the problems and treatment of the gay society.

The narration was excellent.

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Full of emotion

This is the first audio book I’ve listened to by this author. There is so much in it. I loved the second chance part. Who doesn’t when its two people so meant to be together and then there is the element of self confidence and standing up for what is right. Even though it made me sad that they had lost a number of years together I felt they both had matured enough to handle anything they had to face in the future. I really liked the characters and feel the flow of the story remained constant. I also liked the ending. It spoke of the big heartedness of both of these characters. I was given a free copy of this audio book and this is a voluntary review

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There's No Place Like Home

Finding His Second Chance is a best friend to lovers trope. Alex and Griff had been best friends through high school. Alex was known for his plans, and when Griff was thrown out of his home for coming out, he ran to Alex for help.

Alex had never faced a life changing event like that and didn't know what to do. Griff took Alex's shock as a lack of support and ran away.

Eight years later Griff returns to his small home town. The story relates how Griff's return affects the town, his parents, his friends, and Alex. It can be read as a standalone, and has adventures and misunderstandings before the HEA.

Narrator Gage McKenna is a pleasure to listen to, pacing the story well, and making it easy to follow the characters. I want to meet all of the brothers as they find their own happiness.

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Young love m/m small town romance

I read this book via audiobook and while I found the narrator to be good the book was just okay for me.

This is a story of small town m/m young romance. Where one hero comes out to his family about his sexuality, his families reaction is written as very simple and exaggerated homophobia that just comes off as unrealistic. After hero is devastated by his families reaction he immediately runs to his best friend and asks him to run away together. Best friend wants to help but is caught off guard and therefore hero hates him and runs away to be homeless. Fast forward years later they meet again and try to reconcile their past.

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  • 12-22-19

Second chances...

Besties in high school, wanting for more but not exactly what. Griffin lost it all after coming out and came back to town as a different person but hating the same man he loved so many years ago. Now he got a second chance ♥️ Loved the story and all characters. Specially when they give back. Great narration by Mr McKenna.