- Release Date:05/01/2016
- Publisher: The Romance Authors, LLC
After a passionate night together, Nate realizes Jake isn't as straight as he assumed, but he worries that what they shared was a fluke, a result of too much closeness for too long. For Jake, the question isn't how they ended up in bed together because he has always known that Nate holds his heart; it's how he'll convince Nate that he wants and needs to stay there.
Jake doesn't realise that Nate actually loves him too, but incorrectly assumes that Jake is straight, going by all the girls he has dated and bedded. boyfriends – except the one he really wants….. Jake.
The two spend a night together, but Nate is not sure what Jake actually feels, and has himself convinced that it was all just a fluke, and that Jake doesn’t actually want him for a partner. However, Nate could not be more wrong, and Jake longs to spend all day every day with Nate, in and out of bed.
The two grow closer, but a comment by Nates friends almost causes them to part, until they talk and are totally honest with each other. Jakes job also causes some issues, especially when he was working undercover, but they manage to work their way through this too.
I have listened to this audio more than once, and never grow tired of listening to it. The way the story was written, you listen as Jake and Nate grow and mature into the men they are, and are willing them to actually become a couple. The narrators voice drew me straight in, and he has a voice that is ideal for audio books. He kept the voices for each character the same throughout the whole book, and this just made it so enjoyable.
- Release Date:14/01/2016
- Publisher: The Romance Authors, LLC
Police captain Asher Penaz's staunch professionalism bleeds into his home life, down to his neatly pressed attire and Spartan apartment. He enjoys being in charge and in control, so his sudden and powerful attraction to the lighthearted, free-spirited Daniel Tover throws him for a loop. In his entire life, Daniel has never gotten what he needs, so he moves to the next place, the next job, the next attempt to find something worth staying for, always landing at the top of his game, but never feeling like he belongs.
The chemistry between Asher and Daniel sizzles, but with all that fire comes the risk of getting burned. As both men struggle to learn themselves while getting to know each other, the lines of desire and control blur. If Daniel and Asher can walk through the flames together, they might find what they desperately need.
Asher is so set in his ways, that he does what he wants and doesn't even consider how his actions would affect other people. He is away for a stag party weekend with his best friend, and had endured what he called "tittie bars", not enjoying himself until he sees complete clumsy person.
Daniel was like someone he had never met before, especially the way he dresses. Daniel seems to love wearing clothes that are too big for him, and Asher can't or won't understand why he would hide himself like that. Daniel also seems like he is a nomad, so Asher invites him to go home with him - which is totally unlike Asher, I don't think he has ever invited anyone to his home.
Daniel and Asher are complete opposites, but for some reason seem to gel together really well, but I don't think Asher has really ever had a relationship with someone he cares for, and he makes some very silly mistakes while with Daniel.
When Daniels biggest secret is revealed, (which he had been trying to tell Asher about), everything goes wrong and Asher shows a side of himself, which he later seems so ashamed of. He tries to apologise to Daniel but finds he has disappeared and he cannot find him. Is this the end of their relationship??
I was a little slow at realising that Cardeno C has used different narrators for her books, but I think this has worked well, as Ezekiel Robinson is so suited to this book. He also has a voice that makes sure that the emotions in the book come through loud and clear.