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Playing Daddy: An Mpreg Romance

Silver Oak Medical Center, Book 2
Narrated by: Kaeomakana Tiwanak
Series: Silver Oak Medical Center, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 49 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
4 out of 5 stars (36 ratings)

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There's more on the line than fame and fortune when this movie star wants a family with the man of his dreams.

Blockbuster action star Dylan will do anything for the big screen. No stunt is off-limits for this daredevil. But when his latest stunt lands in him in the hospital, more than his acting career is on the line. With a pushy agent and an impatient director, Dylan might not get the care he needs for a proper recovery.

When Rick, the chief resident doctor, steps in, he can't wait to get his hands on Dylan - and heal his body and heart. As they grow closer and their passion ignites, Rick knows one thing is for certain: He'll do anything he can to protect Dylan from the vicious and unforgiving plans that Hollywood has in store for Dylan. But the powers that be will stop at nothing to destroy Dylan's chance at a future with Rick. After all, their biggest star can't possibly drop everything to settle down and start a family of his own.

Now, with a baby on the way, Rick and Dylan must fight for what they really want. Can they to stay together when everyone is trying to stop them from "playing daddy"?

In this audiobook, Playing Daddy, two men discover how hard falling in love can be with a baby on the way when Hollywood pulls out all the stops to keep them apart. With explicitly hot scenes, this novel will take you through a passionate ride - full of love. But in the end, will family prevail? 

©2017 Shehan Peiris (P)2019 Shehan Peiris

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Worst narration ever

The story was great but the narration and production were so bad it was hard to follow.there were places where different sentences were overlapping so the dialogue made no sense and the accents and character voices the narrator used were absolutely awful.

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Good story, but needs new narrator

I loved reading the silver oaks book series because I’m from Syracuse and I was thrilled that audible had the series to listen. I love the first book and the narrative, but when I got the second book it was like listening to a kids book the narrator gave the characters unrealistic voices it was very off putting to me because I loved the series. I hope for the future that they will redo the series with a different narrator

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Very disappointed!

The narrator was so bad it was hard to follow the story. I loved the first one and I will try the next one

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Perfect mix of sweet and dramatic!

This book has MC's that I adore! It also has characters that you want to lock in a box with no key. It's nice to have that mix so it doesn't feel super sugary, sweet. I very much enjoyed the story. The reason I gave this 3 stars for performance is that some of the narrator's voices remind me to much of Roz from Monsters, Inc. Not necessarily a bad thing, but it's probably not the direction that was intended. If the voices the narrator uses are highly critical to your enjoyment of this book, I would recommend you listen to the sample audio beforehand. I would definitely recommend the story, so if audio's not your thing, read it for sure!!!

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Narration needs help

It's a shame because the story itself is pretty good but the narrator is so bad it distracts you from the story and makes it so hard to listen to.

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Only made it two hours in - narration very poor

I won't be able to finish this book. The narrator is so bad that his voice ruins the book. This makes me very sad in that I loved the first book so much. Aiden Bates is one of my favorite authors. I noticed one of the other books has the same narrator so I won't even try to listen to that one. On now to book three.

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It’s good!!!

As usual Aiden Bates did a great job writing this book. It’s the second book in the series, and I love every one of them.

Although Kaeomakana Tiwanak did a great job narrating this book, I’m not a big fan of his voice. While the main couple’s voices were good, the voices be gave some other characters, like the silver oaks stuff, I didn’t like at all. But even though I didn’t like the voices, someone else might, and the performance itself was pretty good!

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Dylan & Rick

Dylan has been through so much at such a young age, but he is still naive and accepts the abuse from his manager. Rick is immediately protective of Dylan and tries to help him see his options. A wonderful read.

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New narrator please

I have always enjoyed the author, but did not care for the narrator at all

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Movie star and a doctor

The overall story was great, had a great time with this story, Having the different voices made it easier to follow so you could keep up. My only issue is with some of the voices, they soo didn't match with the personalities of some of the characters.

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  • Starwarslover
  • 09-26-19

good story

good story.. this narrator isnt my favorite to be honest but he wasnt horrible.. it was well written.. narrator wasnt boring so thats good.. and i did enjoy it overall

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  • AliE
  • 09-20-19

Fascinating story

This is a very well written book. There is a developed plot which meant that the storyline drew me in. I was engrossed from start to finish. Although there is plenty of physical action between Dylan and Rick, things are built up slowly and it doesn't consume the whole story.

Dylan has such a complex background which comes out over the chapters. At first, it is not easy to understand why he let's himself be continually put down by both the director and his agent. Why this obnoxious pair do what they do makes fascinating reading. Rick slowly becomes Dylan's reason for living and, with his support, Dylan finds the strength to stand up for himself.

Kaeomakana Tiwanak did a sterling job of the narration. It did take me a while to get used to him because he reads quite quickly, but his characters' voices are amazing and bring the story even more to life.