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If you’ve been a fan of the series, this gives us more background into the night that Taryn and Thanos broke all the rules and become lovers.
It’s told in bits and bursts- mixing present day with past recollections.
Greg Boudreaux’s narration is perfect! He’s so very easy to listen to and does a wonderful job with the myriad accents in the story.
I think anyone who hadn’t read the previous stories might be a bit lost, but for fans of the series this a must! It’s great learning about how these two strong characters bucked the system and we get peeks at the other characters as well.
4.5 of 5 stars
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The Cellar is a wonderful look at those scenes that don't appear in Appearances, yet still enrich the Opposites series as a whole...and of course make fans of the series like me REALLY happy by giving us just a bit more of the characters we love.
I love how Taryn fights for what-or rather WHO-he wants, and the story of how he and Thanos meet and come together is sweet, moving, and of course steamy hot! When it comes to Raven and Tanis, I can never get enough of the two of them so this sizzling, sexy glimpse of them really helps stave off those withdrawals of missing the two of them together once I'd read Opposites and Appearances. Don't even get me started on Aiyan and Kaden...those two have been naughty from the start, and this quick look at them in the mistletoe scene is no different (thank goodness!) ;-)
As for the narration of this tasty novella, Greg Boudreaux does a fantastic job of bringing the characters to life. I love the accents, and he gives every character a unique, consistent voice throughout the story. The pacing is perfect, and I could listen to this over and over...and probably will be doing so pretty soon! And as for the intimate scenes? Refer back to that "bringing characters to life" part...oh yes.
5 stars for The Cellar, both for the story and the excellent audio narration! Recommended for M/M readers 18+ (for adult language and explicit M/M sexual content), especially if you are a fan of sci-fi/dystopian stories. This is book #2.5 in the series, and while I suppose it could stand alone, I would strongly recommend reading/listening to the series in order for the best understanding and to lower the amount of spoilers.