Model Citizen

  • by Lissa Kasey
  • Narrated by Mike Pohlable
  • 7 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Oliver "Ollie" Petroskovic's life as an international supermodel was heading in the right direction. He worked part-time for his brother at his detective agency - Petroskovic Haven Investigations - and had just bought his dream house. But all that changed when he found his brother dead, a victim of PTSD-induced suicide.
Almost a year later, Ollie is trying to keep his brother's business afloat, but can't get his PI license. Then his brother's best friend, Kade Alme, shows up, fresh from the battlefield after a close brush with death. Kade is looking for a new life, in more ways than one, and with PI license in hand, he's exactly what Ollie needs to keep PHI running.
When one of Ollie's childhood friends gets in trouble, Ollie feels he has to help. Kade insists on investigating, if only to keep Ollie safe. Neither realizes the danger they're in as someone tries to tear them apart before they can find solid ground together.


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3.5 Stars

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I loved Ollie, the gender fluid model with spectacular fashion sense and a penchant for trouble. I totally understood his reticence to allow anyone else in and to get close to him. But even my love for Ollie is eclipsed by my passion for Kade. His stalwart dedication and devotion to Ollie even after Ollie is such a prick time and time again to him...*sighs*

Overall Mike Pohlable's narration was okay. I mostly enjoyed his character voice for non-conforming gender fluid Ollie, who is the main POV for the story. Though I did have an issue with Pohlable's style of enunciation at times, I thought the emotion Pohlable displayed was really good. I really enjoyed the infusion of sentiment Pohlable brought to the audio.

But that ending? Yes, it's kind of a cliffhanger, but, number one, I was totally prepared for it and two...Ha! I can honestly say I am so happy I was right all along.

Overall the story was quite enjoyable and I'll definitely check out the next installment in the series.

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- Belen

Touches all emotions.

The narrator does a fantastic job pulling the listener into the story through voice inflection and creating different voices for each character.
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- Michelle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-26-2016
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC