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A Little Too Broken written and narrated by Brad Vance is incredible. I knew immediately after reading the synopsis that this was a book I would enjoy. One man with a military disability, who works with canine helpers and the other who is HIV positive, what a great storyline.
I was hooked from the moment I started the audiobook till the very end. A Little Too Broken is 3.5 hours long. It was so good, I was able to finish within 5 hours of starting it. I would have finished right at the 3.5 hours, if life wouldn't have gotten in the way. The voices fit the characters and the story flowed well. Therefore, it was easy for me to connect with them all and get a good visual of the scenes.
I love both Jamie and Tom. They are such great men who have been dealt a crap hand, but refuse to let the disadvantages own them. Their situations maybe different, but they are both survivors. It's these circumstances that bring Jamie and Tom togethor. They both are instantly attracted to the other. However, both men believe that their issues would be a big downfall for the other so they sidestep the pull it has on them. Jamie and Tom become great friends and share everything. They finally realize that they could have it all if they are willing to take the leap.
When they finally come to terms to take their friendship to the next level, they don't take anytime to hit the sheets. It is both hot and beautiful. Taking this step is scary for both Tom and Jamie, but they trust and love their partner enough to know that it was ok to break down the final barrier. It's the strength that these men possess that I love the most.
The secondary characters are terrific. They offer support, but aren't afraid to give them a little push when needed. Tom’s family is great. I loved their dynamics. It was comical to see how his sister poked at their father when it came to her views verses his. There is a scene at the end with Tom’s dad that is amazing. His dad is kind of a hardass set in his military ways, but this particular part shined a new light on him. It brought me to tears and made me want to just hug them both.
The only complaint that I have has nothing to do with how the book is written or narrated. I felt so much for the characters that I didn't want the book to end.
This may have been the first book that I have read or listened to by Brad Vance, but it wont be the last.
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I love Brad Vance's books and am no stranger to this one. I had read it when it first came out but wanted to revisit it. So while doing my holiday baking I figured it was a good time to try my first ever audio book. He did not disappoint! His voice is nice and smooth and very easy to listen to. I wasn't sure I would be able to follow since I am a bit ADD but soon found myself tuning all things and everyone around me out. So pleasant, I will definitely listen to more of his books as they are recorded.