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Publisher's Summary

For here or to go? It’s a question Nathaniel O’Toole asks every day while working in his uncle’s pie shop. But when Harrison Rutledge walks through the front door, Nathaniel can’t help but imagine a third option — forever. 

Not that it’s possible, of course. 

Even if a guy as attractive as Harrison wanted him, Nathaniel’s duty is with his uncle’s business. Ever since his older brother disappeared, he’s done his best to keep what little family he has left together. 

He can’t let a man interfere. 

At least, not until the impossible happens and Nathaniel’s brother comes home.  

Nathaniel O’Toole is the sweetest thing in Pie Five bakery, and Harrison Rutledge can’t help but want a taste. When he leaves his number, he hopes Nathaniel will call to ask him out, but when he finally gets in touch, it’s for business — his brother needs help. 

And so might Harrison if he can’t get Nathaniel out of his head.  

Keep Me is the third and final novella in the Rutledge Brothers series. Please note: This book was previously released in May 2017 under the same title, but its contents, including elements of its plot, have significantly changed.

©2019 Piper Scott (P)2020 Piper Scott

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Very good

If you are hunting for a quick but good listen, this is a good one! This is my favorite of the 3 Rutledge brothers novellas. It was well written and had nice characterization. Looking forward to hearing more from this narrator! I am already a Piper fan :)

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I indeed kept you


Ah, finally Harrison is getting his own happily ever after and I’m so happy for him. Now let’s get reviewing.

Harrison found his calling as a doula and loved helping omegas in need. While he loves helping the omegas, he long to meet and have a family with an omega of his own. And that dream came true in the form of a cute omega bringing pie to him when he stopped for coffee after a long shift. Nathaniel is an omega who’s lived a somewhat trying life. When Nathaniel’s older brother returned home after five years, it unexpected brought Harrison and Nathan closer.

Sweet, short, gooey and exciting. Everything in love in a short novella. I enjoyed Dylan playing a big part in the story actually. He really tied the story well. And yes, Harrison and Nathaniel are really sweet together. That sweet kiss and everything! I’m sad that the series has come to an end but I enjoyed taking this journey together with Rutledge brothers.

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A Good Idea

This is the third book in The Rutledge Brothers Series. A sweet book the writing was okay. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the book. I found the story and characters likeable. The characters needed more developed. Nathaniel and Harrison are the MC’s of this book. The narration was good he made an attempt for different voices. I voluntarily read an advance copy of this book for an honest review.

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Alright

An alright story, it follows the same format of the first two with a lot real quick and then a jump in time. What this one has that the others don’t is we actually get some sort of view of their relationship progressing before the jump to the epilogue. I unfortunately still don’t feel connected to the characters in this universe and they seem to flip emotions or outlooks too quickly for me.I found the narration to be good which was a plus

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Sweetness overload!

These 2 are just so sweet together that I can't hardly stand it! You can't help but love them! Well done! This series is good for the heart!!

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A sweet, tug at your heart love story

This was such a short, but oh so sweet story. Omega Nathanial, and Alpha Harrison meet by a spur of the moment decision. Their meet cute was over pie and coffee, only no names were swapped. Later, they meet up again under surprising circumstances, when Nathaniels long lost brother is found. After being gone fir five years, he comes home pregnant and fearful. I can see how this story could grow into a longer book, easily, but it was enjoyable as a novella. I am a sucker for sweet fluffy HEA. Harrison and Nathaniels love story was just that! The narrator did a great job with each voice for the different characters.

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So sweet!

This is a short and sweet listen that I just love. I love the final story of the Rutledge Brothers. I love Harrison and Nate! I absolutely love listening to this sweet romance. This is short but still so amazing. Dennis Adams has done an amazing job with this narration. He brings the emotions to this story. I love it!

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short and sweet

I love the short, sweet, and fluffy stories. But I especially love them if they have a twisted dark side to them! Really enjoyed this one, Piper Scott did not disappoint. The Narrator, Dennis Adams did an excellent job, well done.

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This one is short and sweet the final installment of the Rutledge Brothers...it's a sweet story but I felt like it was set apart from the other series and a little too fast. Narration is done well overall a nice listen.

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Very good

Harrison met Nathaniel at the pie shop. While there, Nathaniel got news that his brother who had been missing was found. Dylan, the brother, was pregnant and Harrison is a doula. This is a shorter audible and is perfect for listening when doing errands!

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  • Shannon
  • 07-10-20

Great Listen

This is a great continuation of the series! We finally get to see Harrison’s HEA!! I absolutely love his and Nathaniel’s story! This is not a story that is all happiness and rainbows, but the serious topics are mixed in well with light-hearted, beautiful ones. Dennis Adams does a truly outstanding job bringing these men and their story to life. His voice is easy to listen to and this was a great listen!

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  • Allison's Book Corner
  • 07-08-20

Loved it

I really enjoyed this audiobook.
I had been looking forward to Harrison’s book, and this does not disappoint.
I loved these characters and their story was full of all the feels.
This was another great book from Piper.

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  • XG
  • 07-06-20

Awesome!

Piper Scott amazes me because created a lot of stories interconnected and this series started all of them. In this 3rd book in the Rutledge Brothers series we met Nate, his brother Dylan and Harrison. During the book we witnessed Nate and Harrison' s relationship grew in spite difficult situations that causes a lot of angst. As in the previous books, the topic of sex slavery is managed well and in a knowledgeable manner. The characters are really well constructed because you can see the havoc that sex abuse can cause not only in the person that suffered it, but also in the family and how affects their view of the world and the view of all the people surrounding them, and how love and patience helped with the healing process. This kind of topics tended in my opinion to be difficult to hear in audio, but Mr Adams made a wonderful job with his warm voice, and composed acting style, soothing the bad parts and enhancing the enjoyment for the good ones. Even if this book can be read as standalone, I strongly recomend if you read all 3 books in order specially if you are already a fan of Ms Scott's books because then you'll understand better many of the series than follow. Awesome reading and voice acting! Loved It.

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  • Belinda Zamora
  • 07-06-20

Short, sweet slow-burn

Nate and Harrison meet and sparks fly.
Nate has responsibilities and doesn't believe Harrison could truly be interested in him.
When Nate's missing brother shows up he needs Harrison's medical knowledge in the worst way.
As they struggle to help Nate's brother heal, romance slowly blossoms between them.
Although this was quicker paced than the previous books, it was still a complete story.
Denise Adams did a bang up job of bringing these characters to life.

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  • Susie Umphers
  • 07-05-20

Short but good

This could have easily been expanded into novel length, but in some ways I think this length works well for the book. This is a really yin/yang type of story. Parts about the new romance are light and soft while the parts about Dylan are quite dark. Amazingly, they don't clash but work well together both driving the plot and quickly deepening the characters. The performance by Dennis Adams was good for this story. He clearly delineated all the voices and kept the darker parts realistic and not melodramatic. There have been quite a few books lately where omegas are treated as chattel or at best second class citizens in some pretty bleak worlds. This is a lovely palate cleanser where the alpha is a wonderful, caring character whose profession is as a doula.

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  • Sabbath
  • 07-05-20

Quick!

This story caught me by surprise. I couldn't believe how quickly the plot moved. Scott has enraptured me and Adams does a great narration of this story. The Rutledge Brothers series is truly one to enjoy over all, but this story is my favorite of the series.

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  • alias11
  • 07-04-20

Sweet, short story

This is a very sweet, short story. There is a little bit of drama and tension as Nate tries to help his older brother recover from trauma while crushing on a neighborhood doula. Dillon's story is almost more compelling than Nate's, and I was happy to see them together with Dillon's son at the end. If I have any complaint, it would be that Nate and Harry's romance went from 0 to 60 almost instantaneously right near the end, so I felt like I didn't see their crushes evolve into full-blown love.

The narration is smooth and easy, and Mr. Adams does a good job expressing Dillon's continuing phobias and fears

I received a free copy of this audiobook from Gay Romance Reviews and am voluntarily leaving this honest review..

Potential triggers: The MC's brother is recovering from being held captive by sex traffickers.

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  • charneen
  • 07-03-20

I adored every second of this

This book was brilliant in it's written form, in it's audio form it was outstanding, it was like a completely different story,

I sat enthralled throughout the listen.

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  • L.D.
  • 06-30-20

Sweet Pie and Romance

This is the third and final book in The Rutledge Brothers series and has been updated since it’s original publication. I really liked this updated version.

Harrison is the third Rutledge brother and a trained doula, who meets the love of his life when he stops for pie at a local restaurant. Nate immediately feels a connection with Harrison when the handsome alpha enters his restaurant, but in the midst of this beginning connection, Nate’s life changes drastically when Nate’s long lost brother is finally found. Dylan is pregnant and traumatized, and the baby’s due date is just around the corner. Not knowing who to turn to, Nate reaches out to Harrison for help. As love blooms between Nate and Harrison, everyone prepares for the baby to be born.
Dennis Adams narrates the audiobook and once again does a great job with bringing the story to life. He has a pleasant voice which is smooth and easy to listen to. He kept all the character voices consistent and distinct, which made it easy to differentiate them in the story. I enjoyed this book so much more as an audiobook thanks to Dennis Adams’ performance.

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  • Trio
  • 06-30-20

Sweet & Romantic

Awww, so sweet :) Happy endings all around! Watching Harrison and Nathaniel work through all their challenges and come together was completely charming. Piper Scott does a great job packing everything in to this super short story.

The audio is performed by Dennis Adams who really gets these characters. This is a tough story at times, lots of emotion, and his smooth voice is a good fit.