Moment of Impact : Moments in Time

  • by Karen Stivali
  • Narrated by Robert Neiman
  • Series: Moments in Time
  • 3 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Outside Collin Fitzpatrick's dorm room is a dangerous place. Beyond his door the students of his small, conservative college think he's straight, as does his Catholic family who'd disown him if they learned the truth. Inside, he's safe with his incredibly sexy roommate Tanner D'Amico. Their room makes a perfect place to hide away and fall in love. The moment they cross the line from roommates to lovers, Collin becomes caught between their heavenly passionate encounters and the hellish reality that someone might find out and destroy everything. Tanner's not used to being so confined, and wants to show the world how much he loves Collin. But Collin's not sure he's ready for the impact stepping outside will make.

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Great romance

Brandilyn reviewed this book last year.

As Brandilyn said:

Moment of Impact is a powerful look at the fear associated with being gay among blatantly homophobic family and friends. At its core, it is a friends-to-lovers tale of coming to terms with one’s self and coming out to one’s friends and family.

I absolutely loved Collin and Tanner from the first word on the page (or word in my ear.)

The beginning of the story is a fairly cliché scene—a college guy watches his roomie jackoff—but Stivali makes it seem totally original with the use of these unique characters and their emotions. These are realistic young men not adults in kid’s bodies like some New Adult novels.

The issues the young men face concerning coming out to their families were realistically written and not overly dramatic. The side characters here were also vividly created.

Definitely worth the read or listen.
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My favorite first person narrator

What about Robert Neiman’s performance did you like?

Mr Nieman (you have spelled his name differently for this book than for the other half dozen or so books he's narrated) is my favorite narrator for stories told in the first person. He speaks with such ease, his delivery feels natural and honest, and his voice has a very appealing quality. I pretty much listen to anything he narrates.


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- Russ

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-25-2016
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC