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  • Beautiful Romance

    Story: 5 Stars Audio: 5 Stars Narrator: Mr. Michael Pauley The narration is highly charged! This is a very deep emotional story and Mr Pauley's character interpretation was electric. I felt hearing Dominic speak added more layers to his written version. The opening scene is a bitter fight between one of the central married couples and sets the pace for this brilliant performance. I love this book to pieces and I promise Mr. Pauley will bring them into life! Ross, Arden, Ezra and all the wonderful characters were distinct and worked beautifully. If you enjoyed the book, treat yourself to this perfect audio! Storyline: An all-encompassing tear jerker, that is melancholy at times and very sentimental. It was wondrous to find a cautious joy start to emerge from the pages as the story progresses. Ross Miller, a talented producer, is still mourning the accidental death of his beloved husband six years ago. He carries a huge guilt that is greatly misplaced. Arden Wainwright, a successful novelist, has no reason to enjoy life anymore after the death of his husband and young son. His sorrow has gutted him, causing his will to live to be almost nonexistent and even though it has been five years, Arden feels the loss as if it happened yesterday. Both men can’t get past the cavernous empty void that fills them and seek solitude in the Adirondack Mountains. Fate seems either cruel or ironic as they happen to be temporary neighbors in this rustic hideaway which secludes them from real life. They choose to hold a bleak form of reality where their constant mourning of the most important people in their lives prevents them from moving on. Arden has almost completely retreated from everyone and has not had a physical relationship since his husband passed. Ross has hidden his true self from the world and he deals with his overwhelming pain with meaningless sex. At first, Arden appears as if he is never going to get past his devastation until you slowly see him emerge from his self-imposed coma as he forces himself to feel again. Ross, who appears to have moved on using a cheerful facade as a disguise, is still in the same miserable place he was in when his husband Dom died. Arden seems to be the stronger willed of the two when at first appearance you would have guessed the opposite. As you delve deeper into the story, you realize the men have a lot more in common than their losses. As their friendship grows, both Ross and Arden begin to take small steps towards living in a world without feeling the regret of surviving without their loved ones. Between betrayal and misconceptions that appear from their past, the two have to deal with a huge emotional fallout. Can these endearing men move beyond their past and truly start to live a life with a future? This book was a wonderful addition to the series and their problems and grief felt so genuine and not manufactured. It was so nice to catch up with Foster and Justin from the first book. While this can be read as a stand-alone I would suggest you read Broken Silence to get a deeper feel for Ross. Thank you, Felice, for this deeply moving novel.

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