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Disorderly Elements Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Mace Earl Finn
Series: Disorderly Elements, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 16 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Either gifted or cursed, Paul can’t touch anything electronic. Cell phones fry, breakers trip, a whole section of the electrical grid collapses on a bad day. But now, having moved to Pittsburgh with his twin to help Cooper and Ash, his “gift” threatens to unveil the special powers of them all.

Russ teaches high-voltage techniques to line workers at a local tech institute. He hides his mental illness of “seeing things” as best as he can - until Paul lands in his classroom. Paul, whose field glows the same as the strongest appliance, is an irresistible young man who strives not for higher learning, but for control. 

Their mutual gifts mesh as though fated, and their attraction sets off sparks. 

Book 3 of Disorderly Elements series can be listened to as a stand-alone. The author wraps the charged clash of technology and the paranormal in a heartwarming story of courage and fated romance where two men find their place in the world, as well as a safe haven for their heart.

©2018 Olivette Devaux (P)2018 Olivette Devaux

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the narrator killed it for me

liked the story that i listened to but the narrator just seemed to be reading it i like when they make the book come a live I think I will try reading it not listening to it

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Different but very enjoyable.

This book took me by surprise...I really enjoyed the relationship building between Paul and Russ. Watching Paul learn to use his abilities was very intriguing even if I didn't understand all of the science behind it (that was never my best subject haha). This story is well written and well balanced in my opinion. I didn't read the first two books in the series and at first I thought I was going to be lost but I wasn't, the author does a good job of catching you up with what's going on without drowning out the story.

The narration in this story wasn't the best I've experienced nor was it the worst. I do feel like the narrator should have distinguised between the different voices a little better because there were a few times that I had to back up to figure out who was talking but overall his voice was enjoyable.