His Saint: A Forever Wilde Novel

Narrated by: Michael Dean
Series: Forever Wilde Novels, Book 5
Length: 9 hrs and 27 mins
Categories: LGBT, Romance
4.8 out of 5 stars (517 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Augie

I don't need anyone's protection. I'm fine. But to appease my sister after a home invasion, I agree to take self-defense lessons. They just so happen to be with a big, muscled former navy SEAL who may or may not be everything I've always daydreamed about but never thought I could have.

And he's dead set on looking out for me even when things in my life suddenly get complicated. Between the increasing threats against me and pressure from my wealthy family to be someone I'm not, I'm having a hard time keeping it together. As I begin to fall apart, I lose faith I'll ever meet anyone who'll want a mess like me - much less meet someone strong and capable like Saint Wilde.

The more time I spend with him, however, the more I realize he's not as put together as he seems. And I begin to wonder...while Saint's busy looking after everyone else, who's looking after him?

Saint

After my big, fat mouth gets me in trouble with a high-profile client, my boss takes away the bodyguard gig and sends me back to my hometown to give one of society's elites a few lessons at a local gym. Babysitting an antiques nerd is hardly my idea of a good time, but as soon the attractive, petite man walks into the workout center, I nearly trip over my own feet.

He's effing adorable.

And absolutely scared to death.

He won't tell me what's spooked him, but I won't rest until I find a way to take the fear out of his gorgeous eyes. Even if defending Augie means I have to stop protecting my own heart.

His Saint is the fifth book in the Forever Wilde series but can be listened to out of order. Beware, it includes 90,000 words of delicious man parts touching, grandfathers meddling, sassy siblings, cats mrrp-ing...and one Stevie.

©2018 Lucy Lennox (P)2018 Lucy Lennox

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Augie & Saint's story was sweet but these two were not my favorite in this series. Augie was a little to childlike & timid and Saint was supposed to be this bada$$ Seal (in my head anyways) and he just wasn't. I enjoyed their story but was just left a little underwhelmed by these two. I enjoyed the story line and the action in this book. Michael Pauley was good.

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Lennox + Pauley = The Gold Standard

I could listen to Michael Pauley read the “instruction manual for a lawn mower” and be perfectly happy about it. Add his narration to a Lucy Lennox title and in my opinion you have the gold standard in MM romance audiobooks. Pauley flawlessly brings the nuances of Lennox’s characters to life. In His Saint, Lennox has made Augie wonderfully neurotic and Pauley narrates the antique nerd’s personality quirks without making them seem overdone or overplayed. Saint, by contrast is voiced as the more “masculine” of the pair. While Pauley plays these in a lower register and with the trademark twang I have come to associate with the Wildes, he also carefully navigates the layers of Saint’s personality and uses his knowledge of Lennox’s style to keep the characters balanced throughout. Pauley also does an expert job of working in side characters without making any character feel flat or unrealistic.

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really Lucy

there are several things wrong with this book. I am normally a huge fan of Lucy and Michael but this book fell flat for me. if you listen to one Michael narration you've listen to them all. First, who was that supposed to be on the cover, beefy Saint or skinny Auggie? I know sex sells but at least make the person on the cover look like one of the people in the book. When I think of Saint and the description she's given of him in all the books he's been in this image doesn't come to mind. and you can argue that everybody's images different but the guy on the cover ant' it. my next issue, it was boring! There were times where I felt like I was reading the exact same line over again in the book. it's almost like she just reused phrases over and over again. and lastly if you read these books for hot sex scenes you're not going to get that here . you have to go through half of the book before you get to anything remotely resembling a sex scene. the only saving grace it's there's a brief part about how she's going to connect this series to the maid Mirren series. ugh, I feel so invested in the series that I have to see it all the way through the end I just hope the next one is better.

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Misleading cover...

This is a story about a navy SEAL and a scrawny timid man. Neither one of them are on the cover. By now, you have already gotten accustomed to Michael Pauley's perfect narration. So, no surprise there. This story is okay. Nothing too deep. Augie's insecurities and negative thoughts got to me at times. If you are looking to listen to a standalone, then this one is not it. As, all the other books are better. However, if you are into the series and have come this far, you might as well listen to this one. Their chemistry was a bit difficult for me to get into. Not sure why. There are definitely no hot hot scenes like in the other books. Enjoy!

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Great book

this is a great buck make me laugh and smile throughout the story thank you for writing it thank you for your writings. thank you for having the narrator is reading your books read is great

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Another Awwww

I LOVE the Wilde family. Ms Lennox has given us a glimpse into what a truly loving family could look like. Saint and Auggie's story was awesome, just as the rest. I love how in each story you kind of know how it will end but all of the journeys are different. Michael Pauley was great as well. When you listen to back to back books with him as a narrator, it is so difficult to switch gears. His voice is so strong and distinctive. I am pretty sure I will suffer a major book hangover after this book since Wilde Love is not on audio yet and I do not see Kane's story written yet either. Ah well. I will have to settle fore reading Wilde Love on my Kindle because I love Doc and Grandpa and I just can't see myself waiting for the Audiobook. Their love seems so awesome.

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Story Was just ok.

I have read this entire series so far, and have enjoyed it. But this story to me was just ok. (SPOILER ALERT) First of all, it became so irritating to me how weak, and weak minded Augie was. He couldn't speak right or handle any situation, along with being to fickle, and ran to hot a cold with Saint. + to much going back to the same old issue's. Saint really wasn't any better. He should have put his foot down a little more and toll Augie either we are doing this or not. Not be so passive and except that treatment from him. Out of this series, my favorite story is still FELIX AND THE PRINCE.👍 The narrator did a great job! I recommend this story/book only if you're already invested In the series. Like me.🙁

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Love the Forever Wilde series!

I'm a huge fan of the Forever Wilde series! I've read and listened to the entire series multiple times. Each time I enjoy it just as much as the last. Saint and Augie are so sweet. I like seeing the somewhat shy antiques dealer get the outgoing former Navy Seal. I especially like this because they both think the other could do better. When they get their HEA it makes my heart happy. Get the whole series!!! I'm pretty sure you'll love it.

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Augie and saint

Love hos majority's of both wilde and Marian are gay 10 brother and suster grandpa so sweet. tilly grandson is gay so cool . but i think it would be nice to see tilly and harold and the rest of the family spend the last days with her daughter.Nico related to the Marian by marriage. and beck and quinn related to jude by their uncle.liam anyway beautiful truly beautiful. so wish that we get a marian wilde book.

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His Saint

I loved Saint and all his crazy family. Augie got on my last nerve most of the book. I was over him through most of my listening. The narration was great of course. And Saint has the patience of a (hahaha) Saint. But honestly he deserves so much better than Augie.

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  • Celpompom
  • 08-14-20

Amazing story

This is I think my favorite book in the series. I love Augie and Saint. They are both wonderful men with qualities and faults that compliment each other. Their story is sweet, sexy and loving. The plot around them is very interesting and heartbreaking. Michael Dean's voice was perfect and the narration on point, bringing these two to life in a great way

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  • Kieran Ash
  • 04-12-20

excellent

loved this book. couldn't stop listening as I was hooked from the start. Michael Dean narrates these stories really well

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  • Lisa Hughes
  • 12-13-18

Lucy Lennox had done it again, fantastic.

Saint and Auggie are everything you could want from a Lucy Lennox couple. They're funny, sexy, just enough angst and self doubt. but together, they are the perfect believe of sweet and spicy. Michael Pauley's narration hits it out of the park as always, so sexy, so funny, so sweet. Loved it and the teasers for what's to come next, hold on to your hats folks.

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  • Joshua collard
  • 08-21-19

was not expecting that

I'm not going to spoil anything but if anyone was wondering who aunt tilly's brother is you get to find out and you won't expect it to be the person it turns out to be but I liked that it was who it turned out to be would recommend

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  • Elizabeth Jukic
  • 07-09-19

Forever Wilde Book 5

Lovely story. Saint and August get their HEA. Lots of suspense with a little bit of intrigue. Definitely a Five.