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Evie was 10 and Leo was 11 when they first became friends in Foster Care then, by the time they were 14 and 15 they had fallen in love with each other and even dreamed of a future together. But the unthinkable happened when Leo was adopted and the two devastated friends shared their first kiss and promised to keep in touch..... a promise that Leo never kept. Years later all grown up Evie was being stalked by Jake a handsome, sexy, deep brown eyed stranger....... but he had some bad news for her.
This story, that went back and forth in time to tell their love story, gripped me from the start even though I had my doubts and suspicions about the stranger who soon became Evie's whole world as their sizzling chemistry quickly boiled over. But the tragic story of what happened to Leo was a chilling and heartbreaking revelation. There's drama, angst, humor, heartbreak, secrets, revelations, romance and lust filled sex.
Worth a credit? Dual POV's, very good dual narration, a well written captivating story with likeable primary and secondary characters and a romantic sweet Epilogue makes this a very creditworthy listen. And Mia Sheridan is an author whose imaginative and romantic words have made her books an auto download for me.
9 of 11 people found this review helpful
Would you consider the audio edition of Leo to be better than the print version?
I didn't read the print version but the audio was good.
What other book might you compare Leo to and why?
It compares to most romance novels. You see the ending coming a mile away. Happy endings and childlike love
What does Maxine Mitchell and Joe Arden bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Excellent reading/acting skills
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No just easy listen very predicable
Any additional comments?
The only think that was completely irritating to me was the constant verbiage during the hot sex scenes with often was "Jesus" and "Christ". Not sure why those needed to consistently said.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Truly thought provoking and heart wrenching. This was the first time I'd read/listened to Mia Sheridan. I was impressed by her style of writing and, in this case, the content - a subject very empathetically and sensitively covered.
The story was brought to life by Maxine Mitchell, Narrator - in my opinion she is in a class of her own.
I would certainly recommend this book