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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 04-14-18

“I Love You Too”

-dreamy sigh- Still my first love of MM romance stories. Years ago when I first came across this story, it was the cover picture that captured my interest, then the story created this type of adoring magic in my heart for these 2 alpha men (Matt and Kira) with their alpha careers and I was done for. I’ve been reading MM romances ever since.

Everything about this story is perfect! You have romance, action, sexy alpha males, an interesting plot with a bit of mystery, and a fantastic support cast.

I’ve read this story so many times and though it wasn’t MacLeod Andrews, Michael Ferraiuolo, or Greg Tremblay (My dream team of narrators) that brought this story to life for me, having the chance to listen to it truly had me in a ‘dream-filled romantic shield of cloud 9 happiness.’

I still love this story and Kira and Matt so much! ❤️ I’m so grateful the original book cover is back with a small improvement. Good job who ever made that decision 👍

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 03-13-18

Fantastic Story!

Once again, this author proves why he is one of my all time favorite mm romance writers.

I absolutely love Mike and my heart broke for Greg but the overall story shrouded in this “Twilight Zone” type of mystery not only kept my interest but the narrator, though a bit young sounding did a fabulous job bringing Amoura or whatever the name of the world was alive for me.

Another fantastic tale I did not want to end from this author!

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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 07-15-17

BRAVO MacLeod Andrews!!!

The best decision anyone made for this story was hiring MacLeod Andrews as the narrator because let's face it, the man is a GENIUS when it comes to performing! And you get a d@mn good performance. One that not only brings life to these flawed and dynamic characters but to the very plot of this story about trust being broken and sacrificed for selfishness.

The overall story was interesting but MacLeod Andrews went above and beyond the call of duty with his performance that held me completely captivated with dark and sad tale.

I'm looking forward to the next story in this series and as long as MacLeod Andrews is the narrator I'm sold.

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2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 07-15-17

Was ok

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Story was ok but it was the same cliched plot and characters as other stories in this genre. Entertaining though.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 06-29-17

A Deadman Riding Shotgun

D@mn how I loved this low key romance.

Just a d@mn good story of a wanderer in need of a home he didn't realize he needed and man in need of his own forgiveness. How romance should be created!

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3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 12-30-16

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I actually had a hard time with this story. I just could not get passed the way Brian strung along the guy he was seeing by not being completely upfront about how he (Brian) felt for his best friend Varro.

It was borderline cruel every time the poor guy asked if he should stop trying and move on since Brian was clearly showing signs of his love for Varro, but Brian would give the poor guy a tiny piece of hope that he wasn't planning on anything romantic with Varro. I'm glad the guy told Brian exactly how he was acting (like a balancing 'maybe I will, maybe I won't) towards him and Varro.

Anyway, I couldn't enjoy the blossoming relationship of Varro and Brian because he truly did toy with that guys heart and emotions. I ended up disliking Brian completely.

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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 12-04-16

Good

Well I have to admit I was a little disappointed the mystery crime part of the story took a backseat to the erotica romance of the story. But overall, the great writing, interesting characters, and the entertaining value of the story kept me listening.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 11-11-16

When Amazng meets Fantastic..SPOILERS...SPOILERS

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In the middle of action, adventure, betrayal, demented elf's trying to play God, and laying the foundation to relationships bound in loyalty, you're gifted with a slow burning romance between Ryder and Kai.

If you are looking for erotica between two men, this story isnt for you.

But if you are looking for a story between two men who learn to respect each other, who learn to care for each other, who learn to protect each other, who look past lust and sexual desire in leui of truly seeing what is real in each others heart and soul through out an adventure full of dragons, creatures made of nightmares, explosions, gun fights, and so much d@mn action you almost miss the fantastic mystery surrounding their adventure, then this is a story for you.

💖 I absolutely loved everything about this story and Im so d@mn excited to see where Ryder and Kai's relationship will end up.

My God, there were some truly beautiful moments between Kai and a couple of the characters in this story. Ryder pouring his heart out to Kai -sniff, sniff- just beautiful. But the moment that brought unshed tears to my eyes was between Kai and Sparky.

"I fell in love with that young boy lyng on my workbench as still as he could so we could undo what a monster did to him."

-shaky sigh- Greg, Greg, Greg! That man has me falling in love with these characters he passionately potrays and thats talent when its done with only a voice 💖

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3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 10-11-16

LOL

Oh man, the way the author wrote the "Indian dude" had me wondering if his girl left him for a hot looking Indian.LOL I'm sorry but that character seemed like it was written by a jealous white teen boy.LOL 😂

The story was ok. Almost everyone dies, of course they do, nothing new there for this type of story. The author even added a ton of new characters for the sole purpose of being killed. 😬
The beginning was interesting but the further along you get, nothing really jumps out as unique or intriguing. Follows the same formula as most stories in this genre all the way down to the over expletive sexual detail oriented description of hot women body parts 😏
Overall, the story was just mediocre in its entertainment value for me.

The narrator did a good job but I think the story may have been a bit better had his voice reflected the action that was taking place through out the story. But honestly, I'm already looking to see what other books he's narrated. I appreciated his performance, not for all the characters but every diamond has a flaw.

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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 09-16-16

Not really horror for me but...

...there were some surprisingly decent stories in this volume. The last story was by far my favorite and I wanted it to continue. Not bad, not bad at all.

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