• The Best Worst Honeymoon Ever

  • Dreamspun Desires, Book 60
  • By: Andrew Grey
  • Narrated by: John Solo
  • Length: 5 hrs and 49 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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The Best Worst Honeymoon Ever

By: Andrew Grey
Narrated by: John Solo
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Publisher's summary

How can heartbreak turn into happily ever after?

Tommy Gordon is all set for happily ever after - until heartbreak strikes when his husband-to-be leaves him at the altar. In a bid for distraction, his best friend, Grayson Phillips, suggests he takes advantage of the luxury honeymoon anyway! But the last thing Tommy wants is to go alone, so he invites Grayson and his son, Petey, along.

Beautiful Bonaire lends itself to romance, and along with close quarters, relaxing on the water, and a matchmaking kid, Tommy and Grayson soon find themselves closer than ever...and considering more, much to Grayson’s delight. But before they can plan the best best honeymoon ever, dark clouds descend in the form of Tommy’s ex and a sting from paradise that could ruin everything.

©2018 Andrew Grey (P)2019 Dreamspinner Press

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A fun friends to lovers story

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This was a fun story. I love friends to lovers and Andrew Grey wrote the perfect story. Tommy is left at the altar when he is jilted by his money-grubbing fiance. His Best friend Greyson suggests Tommy go ahead and go on the honeymoon trip to get out of town and away from prying eyes and chances of running into the ex. Tommy agrees only if Greyson and his son Petey go along.
The way Andrew Grey describes Bon Aire it's like going there with Tommy, Greyson, and Petey. Petey makes the trip even more fun.'
I liked that Tommy and Greyson don't just jump in the sack or declare their love right away. There is some slow burn. there is some action and adventure along the way and just enough heat to make the story sexy.
If you like millionaires ( you barely even know Tommy is one) friends-to-lovers, cute kids and sexy destinations you will love this.
Jon Solo really brought the story to life adding a unique voice and you could hear Petey's excitement and feel the emotions of both men. I recommend grabbing the audio to make mundane chores so much more fun in you can!

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Sweet little story

One of the main reasons I love Andrew Grey’s books so much is that he can tell a good story without having it drawn out forever. The two main characters Grayson and Tommy are good friends who have been attracted to each but timing never worked out for them. Then after Tommy gets jilted at the alter, Grayson and his young son Petey end up all going on Tommy’s honeymoon. There, Tommy and Grayson work through their feelings for each other while also making sure their budding relationship doesn’t have a negative affect on Petey. There is a little drama when Tommy’s conniving Ex shows back up with a blackmail scheme. There description of the scenery and the under water ocean scenes is breathtaking.
John Solo is a great narrator. He keeps the narration flowing at a good pace and I absolutely adore his voice for Petey!!

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enjoyed it

📖 Story comment: Easy pace, likeable characters, entertaining plot
This is a light, fun, easy, slow-burn listen. A little predictable when its a friend's to lovers story, but the characters are interesting and have Andrew Grey's usual "realness" about them which I enjoy.

🎧 Narrator comment: I enjoyed John Solo's performance, he suits the characters, has good timing and I had no problem distinguishing the characters from each other. He's done a fantastic job with Petey, it was easy to feel every emotion the little boy was experiencing and it was delightful!


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📌 Where does it fall on my personal scale? 5½
• 1 not my thing • 2 didn't like the narration • 3 didn't keep my attention • 4 was good, but once was enough [3⭐] • 5 enjoyed it [4⭐] • 6 will listen again if i'm in the mood for the narrator [4⭐] • 7 goes on the "re-listen" list [4⭐] • 8 kept me up past bed-time [4.5⭐] • 9 recommended to family/friends [4.75⭐] • 10 own it in all formats [5⭐] • 11 keep a copy with me at all times [5⭐]

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And then...then...another then...then again...

Yeah just like the headline says. I lost count of how many times the word 'THEN' was used in one sentence. "He shoved me down the bed, then stepped back, then undressed before coming back to me, then he touched me, then and then...and then...and then!" I'm not exactly quoting the book here but just giving out an example to what it sounds like. Either Andrew Grey got lazy here with transitional words or simply putting a period or didn't bother with an editor, but whatever the reasons this book was awful. The story is a SNOOZE FEST. Both MCs were cardboard cut outs and I DNF at 60% of the audio because I just couldn't care anymore.

Narrator: John Solo wasn't his best here. I loved his narration and voice in Leta Blake's Smoky Mountain Dream but for whatever reasons, he didn't sound good here.

Redeeming aspect of this story: Petey.

Overall: Return for my credit.

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