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Steele My Heart

Bridge to Abingdon Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Alexander Cendese, Tor Thom
Series: Bridge to Abingdon, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 27 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
4.5 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

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I was tired of working the police beat in Northern Cali. Exhausted - my whole body was yearning for a place I hadn't been in years, my old home. When my mama died, I knew I had to come back, and a pay bump and new job as police chief sealed the deal. 

I got away from heartbreak. From being so tired. From the constant, never-ending world of crime I'd come to know. 

In Abingdon, I can relax, see all my old friends from Jackson Academy. Maybe I can even change this place a little, make it better for all the kids like me. The ones who were different, who always needed a place a little bigger and broader than a small mountain town could provide. 

I always promised myself I wouldn't come back. But Kendall Vincent - he might just get me to stay for good. When I'm in his arms, I feel complete, whole again, like a man reborn to the world. 

Everything seems perfect, right up until the moment that it's not. When two gay kids get hurt bad by a gang of thugs, I realize that Abingdon needs me far more than I thought. And I'm here to protect the town - and the man - that I'm growing to love. 

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Tatum West (P)2019 Tantor

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Lawdy, Lawdy, that Tor!

Love it! Tor Thom for the score. Mhmm mhmm mhmm. I could eat that Tor Thom up all day long! Delicious voice.

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Fun, Sexy, and Hot

Great Story. Wonderful narration. Tor's voice is simply delicious. Wow! Will look for more from him.

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A Ride for the Heart ❤

Wonderful book that kept my interest and attention all the way through the book. My first Abingdon series book.I look forward to more of this series of books. Great story line and I really liked the narrator.

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An interesting storyline but...

I’ve read a couple of the Abingdon series books, and liked them very much. This is the first I’ve listened to, and while Gil’s voice was low and super hot, there wasn’t much emotion in it, and the contrast between the two narrators made it difficult to feel any real connection between them. They often spoke of a deep connection, but it seemed to have happened behind the scene, because we hear it about it second hand. As an example, *spoiler alert*, when Kendall is supposedly killed, Gil is very upset at the accident site, but then we shoot ahead to the next day, and all we hear is that Gil didn’t sleep the night before. That’s it? How about a little grief or anxiety over his missing lover?

The story had some very interesting aspects, and were enjoyable to read. I think it would have benefitted from a couple of hours of fleshing out the relationship.

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Monotonous narration.

The narrator don't give any changes of voice tone narrating the story. A little change of this depending of the story characters makes a lot of difference.

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Not a good duo

It felt like a rollercoaster ride. The two narrators were not a good match. Alexander is upbeat and has a wonderful way of bringing characters to life. Then Tor takes over an honestly his cadences and monotone way of reading was a total anticlimax for me. I liked the story and secondary characters were well built, I will not listen to the next book if Tor is reading.

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Sorry but....

Bad combo of narrators which didn't help with the weak story. There romance was too fast. No tension or build up. No chemistry between the MCs. Not a series I'm interested in continuing.

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