What at a world to live in, where all children were supposed to be born gay or lesbian, but if not then they are known as Opposites or Outcasts and would be largely ignored.. They were seen as not normal.
This story is about Aiya and Aiyan, who are sister and brother, about to be matched with their partners. During this part of the book, you learn about the other characters within the story, and I have to say Raven sounds a total sweetheart!!
Aiyan and Kaden soon become a match made in heaven, but although they kissed, both decide to wait until the night of their wedding to be with each other completely..... and wow, what a night that was.... best listen with headphones!!
However, Aiya is not reacting the same way - and her affections are aimed at someone completely different, actually towards someone completely unexpected. However, she cannot act on what she feels so she keeps in all inside - or so she thinks.
This is one secret that will never remain that way. The consequences of the secret emerging actually affects every single person currently within House Gaeland, but for Aiya and Kaden these consequences could be dire.
I should also point out, for those that have not read the book, that this is the first book in the Opposites Series, and there is another book called Appearances that follows this - as well as two novellas.
Greg Boudreaux totally blew me away with the narration of the book, but it also leaves me wondering of if he ends up red faced when he had to read the antics of Aiyan and Kaden??!! Boy, these were hot scenes to listen to. I hope that Appearances will soon be out on audio, and that Greg is also the one to narrate that too.
The twins were deep in conversation, standing in the corner by the blazing fire when Kaden entered the room. Aiyanâs heart skipped a beat when their eyes met; there was an instant attraction that could not be denied. He was just as tall as Aiyan, with dark brown hair and exquisite brown eyes that reminded him of the shoreline at night. He was not overly muscular but still fit - the shirt he was wearing hugged his torso. Making his way back up to Kadenâs face, Aiyan saw a defined nose and high cheek bones that instantly lifted slightly as Kaden smirked.
Aiyanâs ears were ringing, and he realized his father was speaking to him, but he couldnât make out the words. Aiya touched his arm and he twitched slightly, then blinked and came back around, returning his gaze to Kaden. They met in the middle of the room shaking hands, both men mumbling an almost incoherent hello, but they couldnât take their eyes off each other.
Kaden as well felt his pulse quicken when Aiyan was near, and when their hands touched they lingered, not breaking the hold as the room started to spin. Aiyan gasped. The room was spinning wildly around him, and yet he and Kaden stood in the middle or the vortex unmoving, everything and everyone around them grew quiet. There was no noise aside from the pounding in his chest and the rise and fall of Kadenâs with each breath he took.
Aiyan had a vision of himself with Kaden: he held Kaden in a warm embrace and they were on their knees on his bed, facing each other. Their lips met sharply as each man tried to dominate the kiss. Kaden bit his lip and fisted a handful of hair, jerking Aiyanâs head back and quickly tracing the line of his jaw to his neck with his tongue, biting down as Aiyan cried out, digging his fingers into Kadenâs shoulders.
Aiyan blinked and the room came back into focus when he felt Kadenâs grip tighten, a smirk playing across his face again. Aiyan cocked his head to the side, studying him intently, wondering: did Kaden feel the same thing, see the same thing? Kadenâs smile quickly turned to a scowl when Aiyan jerked away as the door to the library slammed against the wall.
His mother, Amaya, entered the room followed by a young woman with long wavy brown hair. Maya demanded attention any time she entered a room. She was tall, lithe and regal in her appearance with her long brown hair braided and trailing down her back. The woman standing next to Maya rivaled her ability to take up all the space in a room; that much was certain.
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Meet the Narrator of the Opposites series; Greg Boudreaux.
The spicier side of the oh so amazing narrator, Greg Tremblay, Boudreaux brings the more erotic LGBT titles to life like the Opposites series by TM Smith - the Fitting In series by Silvia Violet and the Assassin/Shifter series by Sandrine Gasq Dion, just to name a few!
You can find Boudreaux on Facebook, Twitter or Audible.
Opposites: Audible | Amazon Audio | iTunes
The Library, an Opposites novella: Audible | Amazon Audio | iTunes
The Cellar, an Opposites novella: Audible | Amazon Audio | iTunes
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