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After being shuffled around Portland’s foster care system until he was six years old, Keelan was finally adopted into a family that taught him that above all else, tradition was the foundation for a good life. Once you had that, you could pursue your dreams. And he’s doing that, building a new business park with his long-time friend Leyta.

Peter Larkins, who grew up without a mother and a father who taught him to take whatever he wanted and then move on to the next opportunity, arrived in Portland, ready for his next project and maybe have a little fun along the way. 

So, when Keelan’s friend hires Peter as the project for their new venture, tensions grow. Will these two very different people butt heads? Or will they find commonality and be able to move forward, building a new foundation of love? 

Foundations of Love is a prequel to Walter Hopgood and Lisa Witte’s Hart’s Square series, a Portland Business Park romance series of books.

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Pretty Good

Overall a pretty good story. Nothing super great but enjoyable for sure. Author does more telling than showing, IMO. Decent narration.

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Foundations of Love

Cute prequel to what promises to be a really good series.

The narration was good, easy to follow and entertaining.

I received this audible free in exchange for an honest review.

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Short and Sweet

This is a pretty short and sweet story. While some shorts can leave you wanting I think this was a full story and the narrator did a great job making it an enjoyable listen.

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Cute story, Good Narration

This was a cute sweet story, a good prequel to a romance series. I liked all the characters, Peter, Keelan and Leyta. I enjoyed following how attraction between Peter and Keelan grew and developed into something special. Narrator did a great job, he is a new to me voice and I am looking forward to more of his work. Overall this was an enjoyable listening experience and I am looking forward to the next book in the Hart's Square series.

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  • 06-07-21

Good overall, but issues not resolved

I enjoyed this prequel by new-to me authors. The narrator was a new voice, too. It was a good introduction to Keelan and Peter, and the narration was pretty good. Individual voices were varied and distinct, and the pacing was good. The primary issue I have, and why I only gave a 4-star rating, is that the issues between Keelan and Peter were not discussed and worked out. When they finally talk after the break, Keelan just apologies (Peter doesn't), they kiss, and that's it. Then, the book skips ahead 10 months to the epilogue where the building is open, Keelan and Peter are a solid couple, and it's all good. The end.

I expected Keelan to explain to Peter what made him think what they had wasn't real, and for Peter to explain (and possibly apologize) for those things that distressed Keelan, and not to be expected to think that they somehow knew. The reader/listener knows because we were there, but the other MC wasn't. Still, good overall. I will be interested in more from this series.

I received a free copy of this audiobook and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.