• The Distance Between Us

  • Wilde's Book 2
  • By: L.A. Witt
  • Narrated by: Nick J. Russo
  • Length: 5 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 02-26-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lori Witt
  • 3 out of 5 stars 3.0 (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

After 10 years together, Ethan Mallory and Rhett Solomon are calling it quits and are ready to move on. Thanks to Seattle’s depressed real estate market, though, they’re stuck living as roommates with a hefty mortgage hanging over their heads. In an effort to speed things along, they decide to bring in some extra money by renting out the spare bedroom.
Wilde’s bartender, Kieran Frost, moves in, and suddenly, the only thing Ethan and Rhett both want more than getting away from each other is getting close to their single, young, hot roommate. Kieran doesn’t mind the attention from both, and he certainly doesn’t mind sharing.
Their combined chemistry ignites something else that Ethan and Rhett had thought was long dead - the mutual attraction that drew them together in the first place.
Except bitter jealousy over Kieran could push them even farther apart....
This 53,000-word novel was previously published and has been lightly revised.
©2010, 2017 Lori Witt/L.A. Witt (P)2018 Lori Witt/L.A. Witt
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2 out of 5 stars
By ginger on 03-05-18

just sex

90% sex. 10% story. okay if that's what you want but some plot would have been good

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2 out of 5 stars
By Jessica on 02-28-18

Word of the hour: "Oh God"...

I took a chanse with this book becouse even if I didnt like Hiatus I still like some of L.A. Witts work, but Im sad to say this three-way relationship was another dissappointment for me. This whole story was tols from Rhetts perspective and I must say it was hard to sympatise with the other charachters.
I like hot sex in books but when maybe 1.5 hour of the book wasnt sex I just call it porn and the little story we got was just depressing. We got no explenation to why Ethan and Rhett was fighting and that the same day Kieran move in he sleep with Ethan (whom for the record is one of the landlords). And that they keep sleeping with him seperatly untill the "great" idee of a 3-way. You would think that if you move in with 2 guys that obviesly own the house that there souls be some history there, but Kieran still keep sleping with them. How akward isnt that? And even if the sex was fairely hot it was pritty much the same over and over and the constant "Oh God" every time ended up making me roll my eyes. What pissed me of even more was that at the end Rhett pritty much got all the blame for EVERYTHING! If Ethan wanted to fix things with Rhett at the start when things started to go bad he could have just said so, insted of his "I did everything I could think of exept talking to you"... You would think that after 10 years together they would be abel to talk about there problems.
And that Kieran blamed Rhett for using him for sex when it was him initiation like 90% of it all with both of them.
Only thing that made this really barabell was Nick whoms narration once again was amazing, just to bad it wasnt enough to make me like the story.

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