Nothing Ever Happens

  • by Sue Brown
  • Narrated by Paul Morey
  • 8 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Andrew’s life is a cliché: he’s a gay man trapped in a loveless marriage, thanks to his religious, overbearing mother. Then a new couple moves in down the street, and Andrew finds himself falling for Nathan in a big way. Nathan is straight, married, and just about to be a father, but after one fateful night out together at a club, Nathan has to face the fact that his feelings for Andrew go way beyond that of a friend and neighbor.
When Andrew’s wife asks for a divorce, both men’s lives are thrown into disarray. Arguments about their responsibilities to their wives and children, doubting themselves and each other, and some harrowing lies pull them apart…but they never leave each other’s thoughts.


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Customer Reviews

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A straight out Soap Opera!

This book was so great. There were moments when I thought of Andrew as a Texan American Cowboy until he started realizing his feelings. They started off as a couple of neighbors who became great friends. It seemed like every time Andrew and Nathan seemed to get closer and closer something came between them. When obstacles like friends, marriage and family seemed to get in the way the two felt like they would forever be apart. I won't spoil the story with too many details but it is a must read or listen to.
There were times when drama would hit the fans and I was like OMG!! I cheered for Andrew but at the same time I was like "He's married, leave him alone. " Of course later I was like "He loves you, you love him. Get over it!" You will get it once you listen but man there are some frustrating times with this book. All in all great book. Buy it!

Patriece (Mom who loves gay romance)
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- MotherWhoLovesGayRomance

Really enjoyed

Great story! Full of angst and had me in tears several times. Give it a try..
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- Jaime_Alpha Book Club

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-10-2012
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press