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What a sweet, sweet story. *Sigh * I just loved it!
Poor Adrian is so, sweet and gets his big heart stomped on right at the beginning. But instead of crawling away and hiding for weeks, he’s so brave to try again. Luckily he finds The. Nicest. Guy. Ever. In Wyatt. Wyatt is just a refreshing breath of air. He’s honest, hot and open. Exactly what Adrian needs.
Neither of these guys expected something as big as what they got and that felt really authentic. I teared up several times as poor Adrian puts himself out there so bravely.
The “mystery” is pretty predictable, but I don’t think it was meant to be a big secret. It helped to drive the plot but didn’t detract from the romance. Perfect! I loved the secondary characters – Bev and Furlough and Alpha, Beta, Charlie and Delta, too!
I think this was a case where the physical stuff actually helped move the story forward, because it showed us bits of both characters and how they grew closer each time they met, so while there is quite a bit of physical stuff, it all seemed to be needed and it was all hot (after the parts that were awkward and funny!) and then really tender. Again – perfect!
I really loved this and highly recommend it!
What could make this wonderful story even better? Nick J Russo!
Man! He absolutely aces this! He gives Wyatt this super yummy growly voice that is soooo wonderful! Listening to this only added to my enjoyment because Nick was able to capture Wyatt’s “image” so well with his voice. He also gave Furlough a voice that I wasn’t expecting but actually suited him to a T. The narrator found unique voices for all the secondary characters as well, and I thought his choice for Adrian was excellent, too.
6 of 5 stars
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Would you consider the audio edition of Power Bottom? to be better than the print version?
Didn't read the print version but I loved the Audiobook.
What did you like best about this story?
The way these two men, polar opposites, complement each other as a couple. Wyatt needs someone to ground him, to give him a reason to stop running. Adrian needs someone to tell him how special he is, someone that not only wants but deserves the attention Adrian gives.
Have you listened to any of Nick J. Russo’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have and this is just as good as anticipated.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
No, it wasn't necessarily a "move you" kind of story. More of a slow burning love story.
Any additional comments?
What a fun read! The synopsis pretty much says it all. Adrian and his worthless boyfriend break up and Adrian's ego is bruised. He finds himself back at a bar in the middle of nowhere where a big, burly, sexy dude propositioned him not too long ago. From the first night, these two kind of already realize that they are in so much trouble with each other, feelings get involved quickly, but they are powerless to resist.
Add in a bit of drama and suspense, FBI agents that are bound and determined to pin something Adrian has no part of on him, a mob chase and a pissed off mountain of a man laying claim to what is rightfully his... yeah, like I said, this book was amazing.
Nick J. Russo is fastly becoming a favorite narrator for me. He has dozens of tones and inflections in his repertoire that make listening to him telling stories such a treat. I really enjoyed the burly growl he used for Wyatt.
I kinda hope there's a follow-up to this book. I'd love to see where these characters are out a few years down the road.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Wasn't sure about this story when it first started playing, but I did get into it. Loved Adrian who thought he could do NSA. Loved Wyatt strong and so masculine. Loved the twist in the story.
Loved the cattiness scene at the end too.
Nick J Russo has a great voice. I've listened to the other books that he narrates as well. For me it's like warm honey...perfect!
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