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Hot and steamy from the start, Stacey Kennedy has a winner on her hands. Maddox and Joss first meet a year before in a quick, bathroom encounter, you know, the one night stand with no ties. Fast forward the year, and Joss is now through her police training and who should be her superior? After trying to ignore their attraction, they agree to a friends with benefits arrangement, but will that be enough? The chemistry between these two characters is evident from the first scene. Kennedy has given them both of them depth, coming from different pasts and having to overcome obstacles. I really enjoyed the back story of Maddox's father and his battle with Alzheimer's disease. Having a grandparent that suffered from this disease, she was spot on with the way it affects the patient on different days and how Maddox is able to learn to deal with it. This relationship is key to the final outcome for me, and I loved the way it was intertwined into this steamy story. The supporting characters of Amelia and Greyson were both a lot of fun. Amelia certainly has a way of stating things and Greyson appears aloof but intuitive. Can't wait for his story.
Gideon H Welles portrays the dom in Maddox with such a warm but commanding voice, you can't help but get wrapped up in the narration. I love that he can easily switch between male and female voices, and does not use a high pitch for his female creating that fake sound with his baritone voice. His pace and flow with the characters was perfect.
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Would you listen to Heartbreaker again? Why?
Yes I would because Maddox just does it for me.
What did you like best about this story?
Maddox and his dom tendencies. Joss and Madoox don't start out conventionally and love that about them. The face real life issues and still over come them.
Have you listened to any of Gideon H. Welles’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have not. Not that I am aware of.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It made me laugh at certain part and sad at others.
Any additional comments?
I love Maddox