Hello Forever : Hello Goodbye

  • by Sarina Bowen
  • Narrated by Dake Bliss, Teddy Hamilton
  • Series: Hello Goodbye
  • 6 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When they were only teenagers, Axel and Caxton were caught making out in the woods at church camp. And afterward, Cax had disappeared from all the youth group activities.
Six years later Axel is astonished to spot his first love's face in the crowd of a college basketball game he's watching on television - at a school that has just offered him a job. It's a thousand miles away, in a tiny rural town. But suddenly he can't wait to get there.
Cax can't believe his eyes when Axel appears in the same Massachusetts town where he now lives. And he's still just as drawn to him as ever. But he can't let himself go there again, because loving Axel will mean giving up everything else he holds dear.
Both men have so much to lose. But as far as their love is concerned, it's Hello Forever.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

✫✫ 5 Stars ✫✫

I was hoping for more of Caleb and Josh in this book but I still enjoyed this book very much. This is absolutely a stand alone so if you haven't read book 1, you should because it was amazing but you don't have to to understand this one.

I love that all of the MM books I've read by Sarina Bowen have characters that have known each other forever, that always helps me fall in love quickly with the love story. These two have some serious obstacles to work around to be together but they handle it beautifully. I love that this book had zero self created drama and that ending had me swooning!!! Great book!!

The narration was great, I'm a huge fan of Teddy Hamilton so I knew I'd love the narration but the were both great.
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- Cyndi

OK but not as good as the first book.

One narrator was quite good but the other one, who narrated Cax's chapters, spoke too slowly, paused in odd places and placed emphasis on the wrong words in sentences. It was very distracting.

The story was quite good, though fairly predictable and less compelling than the first in the series. More could/should have been done with the psychological impact of violence and trauma, otherwise why include it? The characters seemed to largely unaffected as they raced towards the inevitable HEA mimicry of hetero marriage and family.
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- Ben

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-14-2017
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.