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Music. Topher Manning rarely thinks about anything else, but his day job as a mechanic doesn't exactly mesh with his rock-star ambitions. Unless he can find a way to unlock all the songs in his head, his band will soon be on the fast track to obscurity.
Then the South by Southwest music festival and a broken-down car drop New York critic Stanton Porter into his life. Stanton offers Topher a ticket to the Bruce Springsteen concert, where a hesitant kiss and phantom vibrations from Topher’s cell phone kick off a love story that promises to transcend ordinary possibility.
©2013 Brad Boney (P)2013 Brad Boney
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By HB on 08-25-14

Wow, Excellent premise, Great story !

Any additional comments?

I REALLY really liked the premise and the story. Which surprised me because the book before this, The Nothingness of Ben, was run of the mill - nice but not great. The Return is good enough to stand alone but you might want to read it second so you know more of the characters. Charlie David's narration is noteworthy as well. Too many m/m romance books have awful narration, that is NOT a problem here. Not the smexiest [try Hot Head] but excellent nonetheless!

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By Riva on 01-05-14

What a Treat!!

What a treat! Five stars just for originality. I'll be honest, I was not a huge fan of Mr. Boney's first book, The Nothingness of Ben. And this book kind of dragged for me the first half. But when the dual story lines started to come together, I loved it. Charlie David was fantastic! He really brought this book to life and I found myself tearing up quite a few times. This is a story of not only love, but redemption, hope and faith. Also, the title won't make sense until the end and then if you are like me you will have a big smile on your face. What a way to end a book, I love it!!

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By alex on 11-01-15

A decent story spoiled

Was starts of as a rather strange,confusing story soon unraveled into a decent, thought proving tale!! Unfortunately completely ruined by the narrater speaking far to fast as if he has 'a bus to catch' or something.. He does hardly any 'characterisation' so at times I got lost trying to work out who was saying what, and it was really hard to keep up with the story as he went far to fast to be able to process what was happening most of the time,, a dramatic pause would go a miss every now and then to allow the listener to 'reflect'

I have said this before, but when are authors going to ensure the work is read by decent people instead of allowing it to be ruined and any further work rejected?

I see there is another book ( whether as part of a series is not explained) but it seem to have the couple and there 'boys'.. But it is read by the same person do I will not be buying it...
A shame really cause the author seems to write a decent story.

If authors (and Amazon for that matter) cared more about there 'readers' instead of being only interested in a fast buck. They would sell more books

Would I recommend this audiobook?? Not a chance

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By Wowza on 03-23-15


Wow. This book is simply amazing. Could not
Put it down! This is a must listen about love and loss and hope for the return.

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