Never Say Never
- A Sniper 1 Security Novel: Sniper 1 Security, Book 2
- Narrated by: Steve Rogers, Jay Crow, Julian Durant
- Series: Sniper 1 Security, Book 2
- Length: 9 hrs and 40 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 10-14-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
- Whispersync for Voice-ready
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Zachariah Tavoularis - nicknamed Z - has been employed by Sniper 1 Security for a decade. Despite being known as the most loyal enforcer outside of family, Z also has a reputation for being quite the playboy, though that was based more on rumor than fact. When an assignment comes up that forces the two of them to work together, Z knows it's time to show RT he's not the man everyone thinks he is.
Can they complete the mission despite the fact that it puts them in a tenuous situation, bringing them closer than either of them ever expected? And will Z allow RT to convince him that they can never be together, no matter how much they both want it?
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By Elaine on 10-18-15
Why 3 narrators? Very confusing.
The story was enjoyable enough though I would have liked more plot/action or suspense. While the 3 narrators were good, I did not see the necessity for the third guy since this isn't a menage and the 3 narrators weren't all that distinctive. They are also not narrators I'm familiar with so I had a hard time telling who was speaking and who was doing the narrative portions.
A waste of audio production money, IMO. Two narrators would have been great, if their voices sounded different.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Wild Pig on 12-10-15
It surprised me...it really did...
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Didn't listen to the first one, Nicole, but I am considering it. I am guessing I don't have to to have enjoyed this one as much as I did. Dear Listener, I liked it...the 5 stars are for the fact that I'm a sucker for alpha gay men love stories. And thank God they were openly gay from the start. As I have shared in other reviews, it gets old listening to this back and forth with trying to figure out if they should, or shouldn't, could or couldn't..this, admittedly, had the same element, which frustrated me at times, but I am just more patient with openly gay males I suppose...although I revel in joy when straight men come into the light of gay love...I'm blathering...take the time to listen...I liked it.
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