Something About You

Saint & Lucky Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Sean Crisden
Series: Saint and Lucky, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 3 mins
Categories: LGBT, Romance
4.5 out of 5 stars (76 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Lucky Tyler Holloway has never felt particularly lucky. Frankly, he's as regular as can be. He works construction with his brothers, loves his small-town life, and shares a close bond with his family, especially his grandmother. Okay, so maybe he has a few secrets in his closet, like his bisexuality...and that other thing he doesn't talk about...

Grayson "Saint" St. Claire has it all: a dream job in LA, money, freedom. Saint doesn't do attachments, which is just the way he likes it. Still, he'd be lying if he didn't admit he missed his deceased parents, the only family he had...until he gets an email from some guy named Tyler, revealing the existence of a grandmother he's never met, prompting Saint to drop everything and drive across the country.   

Saint and Tyler couldn't be more different. Tyler dislikes Saint on sight, but there's something about Tyler that gets under Saint's skin. It's not until they get to know one another that everything begins to change for the better. But the Holloways and St. Claires have secrets, their pasts tied together in tragic ways. With the odds stacked against them, Saint and Tyler have to face the fact that love alone might not be enough....

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Riley Hart (P)2018 Tantor

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Loved

I loved it so very much. It was beautiful and I am so going to read it again some time soon.

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not my fav

This book was ok, but it's not my favorite R Hart book. the story seemed kinda weak for me. I also could not stand the best friend. I will admit I got the 2nd book to see if it got better and it was also so-so.
Sean does a good job with the voices, esp Aunt Alice (Saint's grandmother).
All in all it was ok.

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MMMM Sean Crisden!

I loved this! This is all about breaking free of expectations, explorations, self-discovery and a slow, simmering, solid path to true love. There is a LOT of sex but it is all really “moving the story forward” sex and not gratuitous.

The feelz are strong and deep and my only complaint is that we didn’t get to see more of our couple in the future… I think that would be an important piece for these two guys.

In any case, fans of the author will love this, gay virgin fans, friends to lovers and small town romance fans, as well.

Highly recommended!


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MMMMMM. I love Sean Crisden’s narrations! His voice is silky smooth and so sexy! I thought his depiction of Saint and Lucky and their families was perfection! He’s so good at emotion and even “aging” his voice when needed.
Highly recommended!
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Solid ending to a, sometimes, trying story

Between the monotone narrator and the repeating dialogue in some parts, the last few chapters of this story were worth it, as well as the performance done for Alice which, imo, was read WAY better than the sex. Take that as you will that an elderly woman might be your favorite part of this story, not the age-gap, interracial, city boy/country bot dynamic that just felt forced and surreal at times. Alice, however, rang realistic and true and I loved her.

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