Then the Stars Fall

  • by Brandon Witt
  • Narrated by Andrew McFerrin
  • 12 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The death of his wife four years earlier left Travis Bennett a shell of the man he used to be. With his dog by his side, Travis raises his three children, manages his business, and works as a ranch hand. But every day, every minute, is an aching emptiness.
Wesley Ryan has fond memories of the small Ozark town of El Dorado Springs. Seeing it as a safe place to put his failed relationships behind him, Wesley moves into his grandparents' old home and takes over the local veterinary clinic. An early morning visit from Travis and his dog stirs feelings that Wesley seeks to push away - the last thing he needs is to fall for a man with baggage and three kids as part of the package.
Life, it seems, has other plans.


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Not just another sex romance, but a real story

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What other book might you compare Then the Stars Fall to and why?

Saving Promise Rock would be a good comparison. There are sex scenes written into both stories, but it is a story driven by the emotions of the characters not sex.

What about Andrew McFerrin’s performance did you like?

His vocalizations were clear. It was easy to understand his enunciation and differentiate between characters.

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- Randal "I am an avid audio book listener. I have over 340 in my library and re-listen to them until I know my favorites by heart."

Wonderful story with great writing

This was an absolutely wonderful, really well written story. This is my first book by this author and I really enjoyed it. This story is based in a small town and is the story of Travis, a widower who is still mourning and in love with his wife after four years. Wesley is the new openly gay vet in town, who retreats to the small town of fond childhood memories to forget a cheating ex boyfriend. When they first meet it is definitely not love at first sight. In fact, since Travis calls Wesley the “f” word and is very hostile to him. I just thought, how the hell will the author convince me these two belong together; I didn’t really like Travis. It was a long road, but in the end, I was convinced. The narrator does an amazing job and really brought these two and all the supporting characters to life. This is a multiple POV book. A little angst, a little drama and a lot of love. My only nits were the overuse of the “f” word; giving POVs to minor characters; and, the fact that Travis seems to bring up his wife so much, it is somewhat distracting from his relationship to Wesley. Overall, well worth a credit..
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- Riva

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-28-2015
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC