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Out to Get You

An MM Gay Romance
Narrated by: Bump Turgeson
Length: 5 hrs and 16 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A man who has it all. His sweet employee. The eyes of the world watching their every move.

Whitt may have it all, but he’s missing one important detail - someone special. Too bad his current status makes it awkward to find someone who really understands him. Yet when his prospective employee interviews, he can’t take his eyes off of him. 

Reece has a talent with horses, one he’s cultivated since he was very young. This leads him to a billionaire’s boarding house and horse farm. His new boss is gorgeous - too bad he seems straighter than an arrow.

But when the media gets wind of a possible tryst between them, they’re forced to reconcile secret feelings for each other in short order or face ruin. Will they manage to do it in time?

This gay romance novel will capture your heart and lift it with Whitt and Reece. Due to sizzling-hot scenes, this stand-alone gay romance is intended for adults only. Happily ever after guaranteed!

©2019 Equal Love Publishing (P)2019 Equal Love Publishing

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Enjoyed the book!

Classic story of a rich guy throwing his money around to get the things he wants. But money can’t buy everything. Reese was true to himself and eventually Whitt learned that love and trust was more important. Great story.

I was not impressed with the narration. The voice for Reece was all wrong. And there didn’t seem to be a lot of variation in emotions.

I was given a free copy for an honest opinion. I really did enjoy the book. Just not the narrator.

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Sweet story about what really matters

This is a sweet story about two men learning to put love first. As a character, Whitt places too much reliance on what other people say about Reece instead of relying on his own observations. I was a bit surprised that a successful businessman would not have the confidence to trust himself more. That said, I loved the two main characters, and also the secondary characters like Quinn and Mary, and Reece's friend Steffi. The story conversations sometimes made me laugh, especially during the second meeting with Quinn. My favorite quote had to do with Whitt getting Reece back: "If you have to lick that boy's boots..then you do it." There is some moderate angst to the story, but overall it's a fun, sweet story.

The narration was good, well paced, and the narrator did a great job of providing different voices for the different characters, male and female.

I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook at my request. This is my honest, voluntary review.

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Wonderful Love Story! Reese and Whitt forever!

Whitt, a billionaire investment banker, is the ultimate workaholic. He's an aggressive businessman but a very shy guy when it comes to personal relationships. He begins having chest pains and his doctor advises he needs a hobby such as horseback riding. Just so happens his mansion came with a huge property with stables, corrals and everything all ready to be a professional stable. Friends recommended a few trainers and Reese was one of them.
Whitt hired Reese to be his riding instructor, buy his horses and set up the stables and hire helpers. He has Reese move into the mansion so that he is available anytime Whitt has the time between business deals to train.
Both guys are gay, but Whitt is under the radar because he doesn't want conservative businessmen to not want to work with him. Reese is out and proud, but mainly he just has hookup's here and there. No relationships. Their hearts and bodies keep pulling them together. The feeling between them continue to grow. But people seem to keep butting in and giving the guys second thought about each other in the process.

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  • Ty
  • 03-11-19

Loved it!

I loved Whitt and Reese. I really felt for Reese in this story. The story showed how Whitt was able to have more of a life than just work. He was able to see that work wasn't every but having a partner was everything. The narrator wasn't bad. I would have liked a little more of a voice change between characters.

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Romance with a little mystery

First time listening to a m\m audio and found it very enjoyable. I've read JP Oliver stories before and have always enjoyed them. Out to Get You was brought to life with some romance with a little mystery thrown in and a fun HEA.

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A well-researched an overall enjoyable read/listen

OUT TO GET YOU is an above-average (better than three-star) book that held my interest from beginning to end. For the following reasons, it fell just short of being five-star (in my opinion):

In regard to the performance:
One reader versus two
Bump Turgeson does a great job as Whitt, but his Reece sounded almost the same and older than I was imagining Reece to be. He did well with the womens' voices, too, but they all kinda sounded the same. Maybe beforehand he could have developed a repertoire of voices for the characters. Or maybe I'm just being too picky. I really like dramatized productions like Audible Originals often have.

In regard to the story:
A more high-stakes, do-or-die type storyline
Again, this is probably me just being picky, but I like stories that keep me on the edge of my seat. Although this story did keep me tuned in and caring about the characters and their relationship, it was really a matter of them working it out. Relationship angst. But again, since I did care about them I found myself rooting for them and happy with the ending. Being satisfied with the ending is a big plus for me.

Overall:
4 stars and my recommendation.

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Fast-paced and fascinating

This book has an intriguing premise: the world of horses and the people who own, ride, and train them. Add two strong men and expect sparks. This story moves quickly, so pay attention!

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Out to get you

I enjoyed the interaction between Whitt and Reese. Especially at the beginning where they are not sure how to express their feeling for each other. You need to read this book to see if they get together or not.

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  • JanetNAZ
  • YUMA, AZ, United States
  • 03-05-19

Great first audiobook from J.P. Oliver

I loved this story. It has everything; passion, angst, misunderstandings, back-stabbing friends, and most importantly two men who love each other! All of this happening in the world of horse shows.

This is a great story and the narrator made it even better. I look forward to hearing another audiobook by J.P. Oliver

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KEEP FRIENDS CLOSE AND ENEMIES CLOSER

I give this audible story a 4.5 star review.
An M/M novel where improbable circumstances lead two men to believe the worst about themselves. Whitt and Reece, who have had different upbringings, look at their gay lives from different viewpoints, but both still have the power to hurt each other unknowingly. The inflections of the narrator allow you to get deeper into the story and get a better feel from some of the things that the characters are experiencing. Loved it!