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Would you listen to Rebound Remedy again? Why?
Oh yes, multiple times, such a great story and add to that great narration and it's a book I'll be ready to listen to again, soon.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Rebound Remedy?
The beer tasting and what took place just after.
What does Nick J. Russo bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He brought the characters to life with the perfect voices.
If you could take any character from Rebound Remedy out to dinner, who would it be and why?
Can't I take them both????
Any additional comments?
I really love it when a book I've read and enjoyed comes out in audio and is even better. It helps when it's a well written story and a well versed narrator. Russo took these characters as written and made them three dimensional, gave them a life above and beyond the Cole and Owen that I fell in love with on paper. Perfect tones and inflections, subtle nuances that he could create with voice that were lost in the written version of the story. <br/><br/>Tams e-book review December 2015<br/><br/>When Cole is left standing at the airport, holding the bag, watching his boyfriend be whisked off into the sunset by another man... well he's about done with Christmas. Stumbling into a local bar, getting punched and catching the eye of the sex on wheels bartender was just a happy circumstance. <br/><br/>When Owen, said bartender, offers Cole an option to either of them spending their Holiday's alone, Cole refuses at first. There is something so open, honest and alluring about the bartender with his scruffy beard and bedroom eyes that has caught Cole's attention though, and he is intrigued. But when Christmas comes, the distraction goes, and Cole will lose another man, or will he?<br/><br/>If you are looking for a Holiday story without all the eggnog, parties and fluffy happy ever after, then this just might be the book for you. Cole and Owen are anything but traditional. While they are both family men, they are both perfectly flawed, and therefore utterly irresistible. It was refreshing to read a story where both male leads struggled with their circumstance. There was just a little bit of angst and indecision, but it fit perfectly with the storyline and the characters. The fun dates they went on, the slow progression to the bedroom sports, everything was paced perfectly and I was completely engrossed in the story from start to finish.
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A solid narration for a good book. I really enjoyed Nick Russo's performance, especially his portrayal of Cole and Owen.
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