Audiobook: Dare to Hope (All Cocks Stories, Book 4) by T.M. Smith; narrated by Joel Leslie

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Audible Link

https://www.audible.com/author/TM-Smith/B00D8N818E

Blurb:
Tristan is the second oldest of the Brennan brothers and the odd man out. Most of the Brennan men have careers in law enforcement, but as a psychiatrist, Tristan chooses to help people in a different way. Quiet and restrained, he is content to hover in the background of his more gregarious brothers. Then he meets two men, each broken and damaged from losses beyond their control.
Gabriel Simenson is mourning his lover’s death. The random act of violence that took Gio’s life has left everyone at All Cocks reeling. The only thing keeping Gabe from drowning in misery is the friendship he’s forged with Micah, the newest model at All Cocks. He continues to struggle, and at the urging of his All Cocks family Gabe agrees to counseling with Tristan under one condition: Micah must go with him.

Micah Solo can relate to unbearable loss, having lost his leg and so much more in Iraq. The past two years he has been alone, adrift and vulnerable – the memories of war haunting his dreams, spilling over into his daily life. At All Cocks, Micah has found the acceptance he craves and the family he lost, but still he yearns for happiness and peace within.
The friendship between the three is instant, the mutual attraction evident. They circle each other, wanting more, yet unsure if it is truly possible. Is life the mundane reality they’ve each come to accept for themselves or do they dare to hope?

Review: This is another book in the All Cock series and it features a ‘throuple’ in the making.
This story could be read as a standalone, but this one that is best read after book 3.
The blurb describes the story really well and is well crafted – not too angsty, despite the tragedy of losing a loved one, dealing with PTSD and the uncertainty of making a threesome work.
As always, Joel Leslie’s narration is top notch, he has been great with (and for) the series. Suffice it to say that the addition to the series is worth getting as Joel Leslie does an excellent job with this book. Highly recommend.

Story: 4 stars
Narration: 5 stars

Overall 4.5 of 5 stars

 

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