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I love veteran stories, and Amber Burns continues her Boneyard Brotherhood series with the next war hero, Jeremiah Cole. Cole is brought into the Club as the Enforcer, making sure all of the members abide by the rules of the club. One night he is injured, landing him in the ER, where he meets Dylan Yates, his nurse. There is instant chemistry, and she later checks in on him at his home. These two have some real fire between them, and their scenes are hot. I do wish they had gotten to know each other a little more, I think their story would be more enticing. With that being said, the story continues and their love grows. Burns also has a really good balance in the story with the business of the club, where we get to see Cole(as well as Dylan) in action. She does leave us with a slight cliffhanger, and it makes you just want book 3 to see where things are going to go next.
Gideon Welles is perfect for this alpha male type of book. His gravelly voice gives the perfect masculine, edgy sound while he seamlessly switches to the female voices. He makes listening easy.
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I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the author and this is my honest review.
The story is quite intriguing and keeps you interested enough to to want to know what is happening but what makes the difference is the narrator.
Gideon's voice is sooooo hot.... At times you get lost in the ups and downs of it.
It pulls you in and forget what is happening in the outside world.
If you're after a hero with a gravelly voice, then narrator Gideon Welles is your man! Gideon is great as Jeremiah Cole. His deep voice carries across a spectrum of feelings from caring to scary. You would think that such a deep voice would come with a female sounding quite 'manly' but the voice of Dylan is also well done. I would definitely listen to other books read by Gideon.
This is my first Amber Burns book (audio or print) so I had no set expectations at the start. Overall, I enjoyed the story and did not feel I was missing anything by not having read the first book in the Boneyard Brothers series.
Even as a member of an MC that espouses brotherhood, Cole is very much a loner. It's not until he meets Dylan and recognises her importance to him personally, that he begins to open himself up to his other MC brothers. For me, this story is more about Cole's journey as person and his role within the club than it is about his relationship with Dylan. He's a club enforcer and the book does not shy away from the detail. It's not as gory as say, Susan Fanetti's Signal Bend series, but we do get to read about the messy bits.
Dylan and Cole are hot together and the sexy times are well written. It is a case of instant attraction and while I do believe they are suited as a couple, I wish the story was longer so we could spend more time with them.
The litmus test is whether I enjoyed this book enough to want to read more by this author, and the answer is yes.
Disclaimer: This review copy audiobook was provided by the author free of charge