Come Again

  • by Lita Stone
  • Narrated by The Grey Knight
  • 3 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Tye and Carina are two somewhat seriously flawed characters. They reconnect after a 20-year separation and find they have little in common, aside from that little thing...their son.
White. A symbol of purity...of goodness...of virginity. So few brides these days reserved losing their virginity to their wedding night, yet most brides still wore white on their wedding day.
Hypocritical, to be sure, Tye thought. But who was he to judge? Being that he was the very definition of hypocrisy.
Tye prided himself as a virtuous, Christian gentleman who valued God and family above all. But it'd been quite some time since he'd spoken to God. The Big Guy would no doubt have a few choice words for Tye. Such has "Stop screwing women you're not engaged to."
Tye couldn't recall the exact phrasing, but he was quite sure that somewhere in the Holy Book, God conveyed his distaste for sampling the menu before sitting down for the feast.
He sighed...deeply.
At least his fiancรฉ would rightly wear white on her wedding day...a wedding day tentatively planned for a few short months from now, a wedding day he had yet to pen into his busy schedule...a schedule of...what?
Sex with strange women?
But he didn't want to be that guy. He always hated that guy. Now he was that guy. Actually...come to think of it, he'd always been that guy.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Amazing story and voice work

I just listened to this straight through. I couldn't stop. The story was adorable and you couldn't help but root for love! The voice performance was great and lovely to listen to.
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- Laura

What is this? ๐Ÿ˜•

This is a really hard review to write. I have enjoyed other books by Lita Stone but I don't know about this book. The story line would be best served to a preteen or teen audience. However, the language and subject matter would be classified as 'erotic', but it is such a mishmash of random thoughts. The main themes were religious guilt and outrageous behavior that would bring on the guilt. A love child kept from his father and the anger/guilt from that.

The narration was o.k. but the performance could not save the story.

Credit worthy? I would not use credit to purchase this [again.]
Warnings: very strong language and crude descriptions of sex

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- DK

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-04-2016
  • Publisher: Aconite Visions