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Publisher's Summary

Marty Bell knows what it's like to be bullied. He was the shy, overweight kid at school, and those memories have helped turn him into an excellent teacher - though he's never spread his wings beyond the remote northern village where he grew up.
The last thing he needs in his life is the reappearance of Devlin Surtees, leader of the gang who made his schooldays so tough. Dev is the glamorous village hero now, flying acrobatics planes and fighter jets for the RAF. He's just as spellbinding, handsome and infuriating as Marty recalls.
But the years have transformed both of them, and their old enmity blazes up into a powerful attraction. The sex is great, and Marty's beginning to wonder if the schoolteacher and the stunt pilot might have some kind of future - until a terrible secret of Devlin's comes to light and threatens to drag both of them down into a vortex of the past.
©2015 Harper Fox (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By AAHickman on 06-20-18

Beautiful book, gorgeous narration, bad cover

I loved this book! I loved Marty and Devlin. I hated, a little, what happened to Devlin, and, a lot what happened to Marty. It's also possible that was all resolved too easily and that some things happened oddly off page, but I loved their story and would enjoy knowing more about how things worked out for them.

Once again, Chris Clog did an amazing job narrating. He has quickly become one of my favorite narrators.

I will be purchasing this because I want to be able to listen to it again.

I don't normally mention covers unless I live them, but I hate that cover enough to mention it. The guy looks miserable, I don't understand.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Ben on 12-20-17

Unconvincing

This story had potential. However, it

Sometimes it was unclear, in audio format, if the characters were thinking to themselves or actually speaking dialogue. If they were actually speaking or was beyond trite. Then it sometimes became clear that this was dialogue.

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