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Ian Sullivan is in trouble. His father and brother died because his brother gambled and owed money to a mobster. Now Sal Ferrara want to collect from him and if he doesn't, he'll take Ian as his boy toy instead. Ian's only hope is getting a job from an estimate his father had outstanding for a 7,800 square foot house. Little does Ian know that the house belongs to a Remy Clavier, a loup garou who meets Ian and knows he's found his mate. Now all Remy has to do is take care of Sal Ferrara and convince Ian, a human, to accept both him and his wolf.
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By Tams (TTC Books and more) on 07-04-17
Love doesn't always come easy
Would you listen to Remy's Painter again? Why?
I would, and likely will. There are elements of this series, these shifters, that are very unique and intriguing. It helps that the narrator is one of my favorites.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Ian, hands down. He wants so badly to be loved, but when Remy offers him his love, no questions and no strings it kind of terrifies Ian. It was a revelation to listen as Ian went from scared and unsure to more confident and mature with Remy's unconditional love.
What does Joel Leslie bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He brings the many, various characters to life. Seriously, there are several characters with a French accent, but you will never be confused as to which particular person is talking or thinking at any given moment.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I'm going with a slightly funny moment. Breakfast after Armand and Sean arrived. It was a testament to relationship being built between these two couples that the two Alpha males could be put in their place by their mates. That their mates weren't afraid to speak their mind. This part of the story made me smile and kind of solidified the relationships that much more for me.
Any additional comments?
Okay, I just have to say that there is one thing about this book, this series, that drives me up the wall... WHY are the females always referred to as "Bitch" or "Alpha Bitch"?!?!?!! This could very easily be a five star story for me but hearing the females called by this moniker over and over, and the Alphas say it like the woman should feel proud to be "Bitches". NO, don't like this, wish it would stop.
That being said, I pretty much enjoyed everything else about the story. You get to learn more about the loup garou in this story, their history and why things are done certain ways and I was intrigued by the ins and outs of their pack(s) and the hierarchy of their race. Remy was a seventy year old virgin, feeling like he needed to save that part of himself for his mate. This made Remy a bit of a bear to be around most of the time. Enter Ian. He's been through so much in his young life but one thing he's not is a pushover. He stands up to Remy, doesn't put up with the attitude, growling and occasional bad attitude from his mate. He doesn't give a flip if he's an alpha.
The treat in this story was written almost as an after thought, secondary, but still very real. The fact that Katt didn't delve too deep or spend a lot of time trying to flesh out the bad guy made him that much more threatening in my mind and I liked that a lot.
Narrated by Joel Leslie and I seriously have to ask, is there anything this man can't do? The level of emotion and variance of voices, tones and nuances at his disposal continue to impress me with every new book I listen to.
If you enjoy a good shifter story with a little something different to give it an edge, you should consider this series.
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