Together with their families and friends, Paul Auster and Vincent Taylor request the honor of your company at the celebration of their marriage. Paul Auster and Vince Taylor just want to have a simple wedding. Really, is that too much to ask? As the big day approaches, they struggle to keep everything from spiraling out of control. From meddling friends and intrusive family, to a certain drag queen's idea as to what constitutes a normal bachelor party, Paul and Vince have their work cut out for them.
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Laughed so hard I may have peed a little
Hilarious and Emotional
As soon as I heard Michael Lesley had signed up to do the audio for Until You I have been impatiently waiting for the audiobook to release.
So. Worth. The. Wait.
Lesley brings the humor and emotion in this to life with such obvious love for the characters and story.
Get ready for an awesome gut hurting, side splitting time listening to this. But don't forget this is a Klune story - so there are also feels along the way.
Paul and Vince are finally getting married! Told in Paul's POV, Until You is everything I hoped for, wanted and needed, and even a bit of what I didn't know I wanted but am so happy I got, in this series.
The whole gang is back, including Sandy - who's there, of course, to be the best man, but also to pull Paul back from the edge as needed.
Paul's mom and dad, Nana, Sandy, Darren, Daddy, and Corey/Kori are all back and make this completely hilarious.
From office blowjobs, to diabetic breakdowns, to epic bachelor parties, to sexy Paul coming out to play...What was that? Oh, yes...#SexyPaul comes out to play...to the most perfect Vince and Paul wedding ever...this was absolutely wonderful, funny, and heartwarming in every way. Thank you, TJ Klune and Michael Lesley for an absolutely delightful time. Until You delivers. It delivers all over us.
Or - as Corey so perfectly puts it:
“Oh my God,” Corey moaned. “I have never been more happy to be alive than I am right at this moment.”
*Note* I would not recommend reading this as a standalone. Definitely get the other stories in the series (Tell Me It's Real and The Queen & the Homo Jock King) first.