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Publisher's Summary

Save my inheritance or follow my heart?

My Internet-order husband is the key to both.

Unless he succumbs to the schemes of our enemies.

I didn’t realize I loved Nolan until he betrayed me and left. I won’t accept his resignation from my company - I’ll track him down and make him mine.

Even if the marriage of convenience that will save my family estate is on the line.

Fate must be laughing at me, though. I discover Nolan is the answer to both my dilemmas.

I refuse to relinquish what is mine - even though an enemy is whispering in Nolan’s ear, sabotaging my plans.

Buy Heir to Love now because you love friends to lovers, second chance steamy mm romance featuring a sexy billionaire CEOs. This small town romance is a standalone with a Happily Ever After.

©2018 Shehan Peiris (P)2018 Shehan Peiris

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Surprisingly good

At first I wasn't sure I was going to make it through to the end but then it grew on me and the story ended up being pretty good and sweet. York does ok with the narration there were some pronunciations that drove me a little nuts but overall not a bad listen.

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enjoyed it

Would I listen to it again: yes
Did the story keep me engaged: yes
Was I invested in the characters: yes

Story comment: good pace, interesting characters and an entertaining story.

Narrator comment: John York has done a reasonable job with the narration, good inflections and intonations work to bring the characters to life, there was just 'something' missing for me to become completely immersed in the story. That being said, I'd still listen to it again.

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Nolan and Hugo

4.5 stars! Nolan and Hugo have a lot of history. Most of it working together. I liked that Nolan was so verbal about what he wanted in a relationship. He was also willing to compromise and see his own shortcomings. He also frustrated me by running away instead of facing problems. Hugo came across as rude, high handed, arrogant and demanding. When things didn't smoothly happen he either became highly dictatorial or shutdown. Both of these guys had a lot of changing to do. Learning to listen and compromise was their biggest problem. When Hugo finally openly declares his feelings I cheered. I only wish the author would've included a bit of them with their baby.

Audiobook: The narrator has clear diction but I laughed at his frequent mispronunciation. It's obvious that the editing team for this audiobook didn't do their job.

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Wasn't able to finish

I listen to audio books to be entertained and unfortunately this did not make the cut. The narrator basically read the book to me instead of pulling me with his narrative. The narrator has a lovely voice but needs to work on his presentation

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Surprises abound

What a wonderful story and enjoyed Edward(Hugo) and Jacob (Nolan) and all the bantering to find their HEA

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great listen

High frustration and angst with lack of communication had me seeing red. WTH????
Rash actions are a catalyst to resolution with communication. I loved these men and their story. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a great job bringing it to life.

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CONFESSIONS CAN LEAD TO UNDERSTANDING LOVE

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

Hugo and Nolan work together until Nolan decides that he’s going to fulfill his dreams. He quits and goes back to his hometown. Hugo is furious and trying to save his inheritance. His plan has me laughing when he finds out that his fiancé to be is no other than Nolan. There is a problem with keeping the inheritance and the authors make this story one of heart-wrenching love. The two get their acts together in a most beneficial way as they find themselves.

The narration is okay. There are inflections for the different characters, but something is missing in the reading that will keep the listener focused on the story.

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Good story, odd narration

I like the story but the narration threw me off. I would be into the story then he would pronounce something totally different from how I’ve heard it before.

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  • 03-14-20

Power imbalance isn’t romantic

Hugo is the entitled heir to a fortune and must marry and produce an heir to inherit. Nolan has worked for Hugo and is secretly in love with him. They date, argue, and work together. I didn’t love this for a bunch of reasons: (1) Hugo called the shots 95% of the time and I didn’t enjoy the power imbalance or his attitude - Nolan was basically expected to add household and parenting duties to his job description; (2) the authors told me they were in love but didn’t show me through the characters’ actions or feelings; (3) the side romance between two minor characters was tangential and distracting; (4) the tone was overly ‘cosy’, the emotions and setup didn’t feel real; and (5) the narration was solid but mistakes hadn’t been edited out - it was jarring when a sentence or phrase was repeated.