Sorting Will : Crow Creek

  • by Nya Rawlyns
  • Narrated by Nick J. Russo
  • Series: Crow Creek
  • 5 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Book four of The Crow Creek Series
Will Halliday is determined to stake his claim on furthering his career and developing a specialized veterinary practice out west. With help from Ben Kincaid, a friend with benefits, he sees the move as going to a better life, not running from narrow-minded colleagues and past disappointments. The problem with that new life is that it's looking more like self-imposed exile than liberation.
Sam Turner is settled in his profession, fast-tracked for the ultimate advancement. To get there, he has to bury his secrets so deeply that only Ash MacBryde knows the truth. Living a lie is never easy, but the rewards, for a time, seem worth it, until Sam meets Will in the rodeo arena and everything changes.
Drawn together, Will, Sam, and Ben tangle with their explosive emotions and the ties that bind them to secrets, lies, and promises made in the heat of the night.

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Customer Reviews

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Great narration from Nick Russo!

For the first chapter or two, I thought I was at a bit of a disadvantage reading this as a standalone. I felt like I was missing everyone's back story.... Ash, Oak, Ben, etc. I felt like they had all this history together and I was completely in the dark.

So I decided to go back and listen to books #1-3 in the series, but soon discovered that those are not available as audiobooks. And since I almost exclusively listen to books instead of reading, I was pretty bummed. But I understand the cost of producing audiobooks, so I can't fault the author.

I decided to continue on with Sorting Will and just pay extra attention to the subtext between characters so I could figure out the dynamics. Sam is an old childhood friend of Ash. Oak is Ben's first love, but now Oak is with Ash. Ben is still pining after him, but that doesn't stop him from jumping between the sheets with Will, his longtime friend with benefits. Ben would like to try to be more to Will, to get over Oak, but Will knows he can never fill Oak's shoes and turns him down.

Once I figured all that out, I really enjoyed the story quite a bit. I actually preferred the relationship between Sam and Will, without adding Ben into the mix, but that's just my opinion.

As far as narration, Nick Russo did an amazing job as always. You can always count on him to give a great performance.
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- Amy Reads

Great story, excellent narration

Really good story, lots of characters to keep track of yet Nick J Russo did another stellar job of making each one pop.
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- WMG

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-29-2017
  • Publisher: PubRight Manuscript Services