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A sweet little romance intermixed with self-inflicted bits of drama! Blake and Ryan's journey toward happiness was an interesting one. The writer was able to draw the reader in and begin to root for the mix-matched couple. I felt Blake's dismay at the disconnect happening with his twin Bianca and the determination that Ryan felt towards his best friend Matt! The narration added to the story and allowed this listener to get lost in the world crated by Davis. A sweet story, which I highly recommend.
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I actually choose this book due to the length since i generally find the longer stories have more time to Build the characters and the authors of these books for the most part have a good idea and not just writting something just like the rest. And it is that kind of story - a story that seems to be very Realistic and is just a story of Two normal men finding themselves in the same place due to the marriage of a sister to a friend. And i Think that is what i like most about this story - there is no unreal drama or love at first sight in this story. It is a relationship born from sexual attraction growing into love in time. Sweet and familiar. Narrator is also good.
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I can see how the plot could be really good, but the execution of the story is poor.
Although the amorous scenes are very well done, the rest of the book doesn't have a great standard. I often found myself getting very confused with the characters, not fully understanding their relationships.
There were also a number of grammatical errors that kept jumping out at me, although that is me being very picky, it meant that I couldn't get fully immersed into the story.
Despite little differentiation between the character voices, the skill with which the book was read more than made up for it. Funny in places, sweet, and in one spot it made me tear up, but sometimes the story felt too drawn out, and I wanted to slap Blake on more than one occasion. Still, well worth the credit, and a book I would recommend for the narration alone.