• Kane

  • A Slater Brothers Novel
  • By: L.A. Casey
  • Narrated by: Mia Ahern
  • Length: 12 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (196 ratings)

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Kane

By: L.A. Casey
Narrated by: Mia Ahern
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Aideen Collins is a free spirit. She is outspoken and tough as nails, but she has to be after growing up in a house full of men. Family means everything to Aideen. Her family consists of her four brothers, her father, and her group of wild friends. Aideen is protective of her family; there is not a lot she wouldn't do to keep them safe.

Kane Slater is a tortured soul. Literally. He is misunderstood by people, even feared by them thanks to the scars that mar his face and body. He relishes their fear because people who fear you won't want to know you. He likes his circle limited to his brothers and their girlfriends, but a thorn from an Irish rose is dug deep into Kane's side, and her name is Aideen Collins.

Aideen and Kane don't get along...at all. Aideen is the only woman who stands up to Kane and throws his bullshit back at him without fear of hurting him. Kane is the only man who can see right through Aideen's tough exterior. He knows her deepest and darkest secrets. They can't stand each other, but they want each other. Badly. They hide their need behind arguments and banter, but when Kane drops his guard for all to see and succumbs to an illness within his body, it's Aideen who steps up to the plate to take care of him.

An illness is the least of their worries when a devil from Kane's past comes back to play with him. Everybody in Kane's life is threatened, and with his body fighting against him he doesn't know if the luck of the Irish is enough to keep his family safe and his demons at bay.

Kane needs Aideen, and what Kane needs, Kane takes.

©2015 L. A. Casey (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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So tiresome

After listening to the the h in the first two books snarl and bitch at the H I thought this book would be different Why? Because her friend, Aedine, was fairly nice in those two books. Unfortunately she took over with the unnecessary bitching, complaining and threatening Kane for hardly any reason at all.

After a one night of unprotected drunken sex she gets pregnant. He is happy, wants to take care of her and the baby and wants her to move into his house so he can make sure she is fine. Apparently these are reasons to scream and yell and act like a bratty two year old. I highly doubt that these women are representative of other Irish women.

The narrator is fairly annoying in that she barely makes and differentiation among the characters other than the males have American accents.

The actual story is overly descriptive about irritating details like how she uses the restrooms. She writes these characters like they are high school children. Not much plot that I can find other than complaining a LOT!

It was part of the romance package or I would ask for my money back

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💜the Slater Bro series.

each of the brothers comes with their own woman. each of the brothers comes with their own problems. But they all come with laughs and GOOD story to keep you listening and wanting more.i love a series , when the end comes I'm disappointed there isn't another, even if there is twenty books. And this is one of them. Hope you enjoy as much as I did/do. As i will probably have to re-listen to them When I go back to work tomorrow. Happy reading all

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Kane is one of my favorite Slater brothers!

his story is soo tragic and beautiful... and for him to find himself in this story... it's amazing!

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Phenomenal book to the Slater brothers series

I have re-read the Slater books and the girl’s novellas that I after I started Alec’s book I decided to use a credit for audible. Loved the narrator and how her voice brought the book to life for me in a new way that I was excited to listen to Kane’s book. I loved it even more for I was able to drive or exercise while listening. Would recommend to anyone. L.A. Casey is a phenomenal writer as well. Must read series!

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Everyone's Monster

When you are falling apart at the seems and don't know why it's scary and hell. When your brothers girlfriend has a friend who dosen't take your crap one thing leads to another and you're the Monster all over again

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Nothing happens for way too long

The start to the book us dramatic and gripping, but it quickly loses steam. The fact that Aideen's voice is much deeper than Kane's took me out of the story. Very Male things were said in female voice and it was distracting. The back and forth was lackluster. I gave up a few chapters in.

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Best Series ever

Love this series each book just gets better and better I can't wait to listen to the next one

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  • Vicki Dalsgaard Simonsen
  • 08-22-21

Priorities?!

What is up with the characters' priorities in this series?
Everyone goes batshit crazy over the smallest things. They never talk things out and the men just beat on each other without any real reason.
All the characters seems to have serious issues which are never addressed and no one seeks any help for them.
I generally like this series, but the lack of common sense and the amount of childish behaviour gets a bit annoying over time.

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  • Donna
  • 09-11-22

Gripping

As usual this series has not let me down gripped as I’m sure you all are if you follow this series.

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  • Bookie
  • 09-08-21

Emotional

Kane has been through a lot because of terrible people who just want to make money. His medical condition is another thing he has to deal with and it's harder for him due to the emotional scars he carries. I am happy he got over the fare. Even though it took another tragedy to give him the courage, it is good for them both.

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  • zoey
  • 04-09-19

brilliant

brilliant loved it!! couldnt stop listening love the Slater series all ready read them on kindle next paperback

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  • Winnie
  • 07-21-22

great series

love the characters and storylines. i usually dont like books that end on a cliffhanger, but i am jumping straight into the next one, and cant wait to see what comes next.
narration is well done and highly recommend this book.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 03-20-22

eh

the females in these books are so annoying to the point it makes them difficult to finish.. nothing about them makes me believe that the male leads would actually bother pursuing them..

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  • Avidchic reader
  • 03-08-22

lotsa baby stuff

not into baby stories and this One centered around this.
Kane was supposed to be the biggest and scariest and I got the impression, the most tortured however his Past is just touched on and the main crux of the book is Aydeen having her baby .
while the Problem isn't solved in Kane's story I guess it will flow over to Ryder because there seems to be some shady stuff still going on.
The main point of the story it seems to me. that the boys are reluctant to share the life with their significant others and that is what keeps the story rolling while in the middle we get cuddly little perks of baby and daddy's and uncles and aunts not to mention ultrasounds.
I was wondering why the author took the style of writing about 4 boys/men that have been through a most horrific upbringing.
She could have most easily made it gritty and heartbreaking in the worst way.
However she chooses to keep the pace and the writing light and comical I keep wondering why she does this especially because of what the boys have been through.
Then I realised these characters are only in their twenties And their upbringing has not given them the stability or the ideals of how to treat a woman in the relaxed atmosphere yhey gave found themselves in. so I'm guessing this is what the author was hoping for So that way when they do say something that's not quite macho or if they act rather soppy to their partner, It is supposed to feel out of character but in fact it's them learning how to be a boyfriend.
If you can read/listen to this book with that point of view then you will be comfortable with this series.
It also explains Or should I say it can explain why Mia is the sole narrator.
Like I have mentioned before her Irish accent is brilliant and it keeps me listening book after book however the male point parts She plays has absolutely no bearing on what the male counterparts are supposed to sound like. 2 narrator's male/and mia would be awesome.
So I'm taking on the understanding that these boys although they have had a hard
And brutal upbringing they are still finding their way in what we call todays normal society.
however, All the Irish girls don't actually fit in to that category, their temper and sassiness is what complements the boys and also helps them to understand life.