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Last Call

Narrated by: Kale Williams
Series: Heartsville Series, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 33 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
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Quinn Monahan and Grayson Page have been friends since high school. Despite their differences, they’ve been there for each other through thick and thin. Opening Last Call together, a bar tucked away in the small town of Heartsville, PA, seemed a natural progression - even if it makes it harder to live with the secret longing they’ve always had for each other. 

Hoping to score an easy buck and a place to sleep, unemployed circus roadie Emery Woods chooses Last Call to run a few bets and enjoy a decent beer before moving on. When he finds himself stranded, the unexpected kindness Quinn and Gray show him leads to temporary work and a couch to lay his head on. Sensing unresolved history between Quinn and Gray, he squashes his immediate draw to the men, opting to avoid trouble. But as days turn into weeks, denying the attraction is easier said than done. 

When the men finally give in to the simmering sexual tension, it quickly develops into more than a way to pass the lonely nights. And as they begin to lean on each other for emotional support, it becomes nearly impossible to think of one man without the other two. But while Quinn and Gray are afraid to cross the line of friendship between them, Emery fears once they do, he’ll quickly be cast aside. A real family is finally within their grasp, but unless the men can learn to trust each other, they just might miss their hearts’ last call home.

©2017 Felice Stevens and Christina Lee (P)2018 Felice Stevens and Christina Lee

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  • SteveK
  • The Woodlands, Texas
  • 05-03-18

"Misfits" comes to America (but not in a good way)

Anyone who's read Garrett Leigh's "Misfits" will recognize the similarities with "Last Call".
Misfits takes place in London and the urban setting works beautifully as a backdrop for a story about a nontraditional relationship involving 3 men. The guys seem very real and the plot believable.
Last Call is set in a remote town in the Poconos Mountains of Pennsylvania. Two guys with a long history open a bar/restaurant and hire a 3rd guy down on his luck. Same basic plot and personality types, but less developed and not so believable. Emory's background as a circus roadie is just silly/stupid and the repeated references to his acts of desperation while down on his knees- annoying. This could have been a much better story if it included Quin and Gray's history together. The authors are good at writing steamy sex scenes, but the rest of the book is lacking.

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Melancholy, yet so hopeful.

When I first read Last Call, when it released in 2017, what struck me the most was how melacholy of a story it was, and the audiobook really brought that feeling home. But it's also hopeful and so full of love. When Emery enters Quinn and Gray's lives, nothing could prepare those 2 for the way their worlds were about to change.
I loved that we got to see inside each of their heads, I don't think this story could have worked any other way. We were able to see each of their strengths and their vulnerabilities. My heart hurt for each of these men, they've all had a tough time of things, in one way or another. I loved how they were able to open up with each other, to share their feelings, their concerns and hopes. I love the life they create together.

Kale does a wonderful job giving each of these men their own voices, and I don't just mean how they sounded. He brought vulnerability to Emery, strength to Gray, and such caring to Quinn. I really enjoyed listening to him bring Quinn, Gray, and Emery to life.

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Surprisingly shocked yet delighted

All I will say is I was shocked (in a good way) when I picked up this book. It’s a really nice twist to your typical M&M reading. Good job Felice and Christina. Looking forward to the next book.

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well told story

I enjoyed everything about this book. The narration , the story, the anguish and the resolution.
I would highly recommend the story about how three lost men find themselves.
just get it you, won't regret it.

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3 is never a crowd

I love this story. It is sweet and full of depth. Each character has their past and each person comes together to make them all whole in a way they never thought possible. I definitely recommend it!!

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perfect. great chemistry and sweet too

These three men found love, and the journey was worth every minute. The narration was fantastic as well. Am enjoying the combination of these two writers. Thank you!!

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  • Alan Verhagen
  • 07-24-19

Three thirds make a perfect whole!

What if you and a partner don’t make sense as two halves, but instead are two thirds of a perfect whole? Like the TV show ‘You, Me, Her’, this book lovingly explores an unconventional relationship, a thruple. Grayson and Quinn have been friends since childhood, but it’s not until they meet Emery that the three of them form a strong union. Stevens and Lee sensitively navigate the surprise, fear & self-doubt, and ultimate acceptance of their journey. Great characters and story!