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No Apologies

Hollywood, Book 1
Narrated by: Noah Michael Levine
Series: Hollywood, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 52 mins
Categories: Romance, Erotica
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This Story Is Sexy

Publisher's Summary

Cheerful and friendly, Aaron Blake has never met a puzzle that intrigues him more than brooding Greg Falkner. He wants to get to know his roommate, but it seems the only way past his shell is through it. When a reluctant friendship turns into a budding romance, can the two keep their feelings secret from their classmates? Or will their newfound love destroy them both?

Or so goes the story screenwriter Greg Falkner spins for audiences and his longtime partner, Aaron Blake, in No Apologies. Loosely based on their lives together, the film rocks Hollywood with its blatant portrayal of two teenagers falling in love and coming of age in a world that struggles to accept them while they in turn struggle to accept themselves.

At the end of the evening, will Greg's risky venture break a relationship that's already foundering? Or will the real-life Greg and Aaron also find their happily ever after with No Apologies?

Publisher's note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some listeners may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices, violence.

©2011 Tibby Armstrong (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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Give this book some love!

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this audiobook. The narrator was first class, imbuing both main characters with personality and sass. There was plenty of drama, angst, and finally a very satisfying happy ending to keep me happy. Highly recommended!

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The use of CLEAN to signify HIV status.....

This author uses the term "CLEAN" to denote HIV Status, several times in this story. Using that term not only shows complete ignorance on the author's part, but also infers that people living with HIV are "DIRTY"

Anyone with even the slightest modicum of compassion would know better than to use such a disgusting term or perpetuate such a nasty stigma!

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Glad I read the second book first

It’s a pretty good book but he HEA/HFN resolution in this book felt incomplete to me. Having read the second book first, a book I liked a lot, I have more idea where this story ends up and feel a little better about it. Oddly, given all the angst derived from nearly every character living through abusive childhoods, there’s a lot of positive emotion an to sustain a reader to the end.

The audio was pretty good - consistent quality/volume. The narrator did a great job voicing different characters. For some reason, his pronouncing “length” as “lenth” & “strength” as “strenth” kept kicking me out of the story to contemplate regional dialects and there are a few chapters where these words come up a lot. (I should have just got over it. I did not)