Men of Smithfield: Mark and Tony

  • by L. B. Gregg
  • Narrated by Shannon Gunn
  • 4 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"Coming home from work to find my boyfriend banging our hairy, married landlord - in our bed - was bad enough. Discovering Jamie had also cleaned out my bank accounts made it officially the worst day of my life. I think I can be forgiven for wanting revenge, even if a few little laws (and possibly Jamie's nose) got bent in the process.
"Fortunately, the law is on my side in the form of my oldest friend, Tony Gervase. I've tried to deny my attraction to the sexy trooper for years. After all, he made it clear long ago that he wasn't interested in me that way. But if the hot encounter in his kitchen is any indication, he is now. At least the day is ending a whole lot better than it began....
"But the morning after, the Jamie situation goes from bad to seriously messed up. The jerk's in more trouble than I could have imagined. And as it turns out, I don't know Tony as well as I thought I did, either."


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Customer Reviews

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Funny but I didn't like one of the voices

**3.5 stars**

I think I would have liked this better on my Kindle and rated it a solid 4 stars instead of 3.5 stars. This was my first audiobook and I'm not completely sold on it. Most of my friends loved this narration. I think the narrator did a great job except for the voice of Tony, which kiiiillllleeeeddd me. He sounded like a constipated Tony Soprano, and I couldn't feel much for him as a character because I hated the voice so much.

This book had many things that I like. It was funny, it was paced well, and it had a lot of action. It confirmed that L.B. Gregg is an author to watch for me. However, I didn't like how the romance part of the book went down. I didn't really get why either of them didn't make a move until now, and I certainly didn't feel the love from them. I wanted more development of their romantic relationship. Also, Mark, who I thought was really funny and endearing, bordered on too-stupid-to-live some of the time. I honestly thought he was going to get his butt killed for most of the story. Silly man.
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- Heather

Not Bad

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I would say that yes, the majority of the time I spent listening to this book was worth it. Why? Because it had a good blend of a strong male who wasn't DOMineering.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

That Mark saved his sorry ex. The least interesting were some of the accents.

How could the performance have been better?

I enjoy accents, just not this was like I enjoyed some of the accent but then there were times when I was just like 'uh no'.

Did Men of Smithfield: Mark and Tony inspire you to do anything?

Reminded me that I need to make sure I KNOW who I am dealing with.

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- Andrea

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-06-2012
  • Publisher: Carina Press