Save Your Love

Narrated by: Guy Veryzer
Length: 1 hr and 59 mins
Categories: LGBT, Literature & Fiction
3.8 out of 5 stars (57 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Decades define a young man's life as he goes from a virgin discovering his sexual orientation to a rock star fending off masses of lovestruck fans to a composer of Broadway musicals while an epic love for his best friend commands his heart, permeates his soul and flows through his music.

Jay Sparks lost his virginity and found his true sexual orientation at a rock festival on his eighteenth birthday. He also gave away his heart. Through the years, Jay's love for his best friend and first lover Matt Langdon has never died. The one thing Jay has always known to be true was that he and Matt loved each other. Even when they were apart, Jay always felt Matt's presence within him and beside him. When fate finally brings them back together, finding a way to blend their lives becomes a labor of love. Through their years together, the love they found at eighteen grows and matures but remains an eternal flame that burns unwavering in both their hearts.

This story is also available in Mixed Tape Series Volume #2.

©2013 Lex Valentine (P)2013 Lex Valentine

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Narration!!! Eh!!!

Lex Valentine is a top m/m romance writer...so why o why did this story get slammed with a horrible narrator... I couldn't even get past chapter 1...

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Terrible Narration

The story was sweet, but this narration was horrible. Slow, shaky and weird pitches in the story at the wrong time. Sounded like a creepy old man.

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First Same Sex Book & I Loved It

Very sweet, short and to the point. I really enjoyed it & now I want to listen to more same sex love stories ! ❤️

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Wonderful

Wonderful book. Nice to see a positive long term gay couple. It is so worth the read.

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Narrator did not sound age appropriate.

The narrator did a good job, but I find it off putting and distracting to hear characters who are young being portrayed by someone who has such an aged voice...Its like listening to my grandfather describing the sex scenes..Yuck....I had to fast forward past them. Consider age appropriate narrator for future works.

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The reader made me very uncomfortable

I have a hard time reviewing the book because... While it sounded a bit sweet and sexy - the reader's voice made me very uncomfortable. At first, I thought it was because I jumped the speed - I usually have it set on 2x. Sometimes it makes readers sound weird, so I thought that was it, and slowed it down. NO! It was not... The reader's voice doesn't sound steady - it sounds like he's trying to tell a bear why he shouldn't attack him again. It just is really shakey, and pitches up and down without rhythm - so it was very distracting for the story. Maybe the story is better than I remember. Maybe it's awful. I'm not sure - I just know I got too focused on the reader's voice.