Sammy Lowell has his hands full juggling his music, college, some pesky health problems, and making the uncles who raised him proud. He needs help fulfilling his after-school duties with his siblings. Nobody can be in two places at once—not even Sammy!
An injury puts Cooper Hoskins in a tough spot—if he can’t work, the foster sister he’s raising can’t eat. But years in the foster system have left Cooper short on trust, and opening up to accept help isn’t easy.
Luckily, family intervenes—Cooper needs a job so he can care for Felicity, and Sammy needs someone who can see past his illness to the wonderful things he has planned for his life. Each heals the damaged places in the other’s heart. But falling in love is a big responsibility for young men deep in family already. Can the two of them get past their fear of the immediate future to see forever with each other?
(Book reviewed here previously)
I absolutely loved these guys! The hurt/comfort between these two was off the charts in the sweet factor and I fell in love with them and their little extended family/ies.
I kinda wanted their “de-virgininzing” to be hotter – but I guess that’s more the Dreamspun thing than anything else. Book 2 was a bit steamier and so this was a bit of a let down.
The glimpses of previous MCs was appreciated and I’m looking forward to the next in the series very much.
I really hope Nick Russo gets to do the narration…. Just my hopeful hint!
For fans of the author and the series this is a must, if you’re new to the series this isn’t my favorite of the bunch but it’s Amy so it’s great!
4 of 5 stars
Disappointed. It’s not Nick Russo.
Peter B Brooke is just did not live up to my expectations. His accents were good, but many times his voice lacked the emotional depth that this type of story really needs. This made it really frustrating to listen to.
While his voice overall is enjoyable at the end of it all, the frustration won out.
I’d give the narration 3 of 5 stars and overall 3.5 of 5 stars.
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