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    "What is the point of holding back? What is the pu

    "What is the point of holding back? What is the purpose of denial? Survival." - Joshua I knew Joshua and Bethany's story was going to be volatile. We saw them dance around each other in Liam's story. We knew there was more to them than what they were revealing. Joshua with all his anger and darkness. Bethany who radiated a strength that warned of getting to close. It was all that and more. The timeline for the story goes back and forth from that first moment they encountered one another to the present The scenes presented flawlessly so that the past connected to the present - Reinforcing each decision - Defining each moment. Why she felt such animosity towards Joshua Why Joshua felt the need to reign in his own emotions Why five years later they both burned for one another Bethany has backbone. Life has forced her to be a bit standoffish and IMO it at times makes her look very ungrateful? immature? Once you get past the barriers though she is quite the woman. Joshua is a product of his past curbed a touch by the care Liam provided. He is in control even if he doesn't believe it. He will never be the monster he is so sure resides within him. Or maybe I am just a romantic - tomato tamato.
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    The story we'd been waiting for has finally arrive

    Another incredible story from the queen of forbidden, angst-filled romances. As the first book in the spin-off series within the North Securities world, Audition is the incredibly moving and highly-anticipated story of Bethany and Josh. It contains the background story of how they met and became forever entwined, which we have all been dying for and has only been hinted at in previous books. Bethany Lewis, an immensely talented ballet dancer and sister to a criminally devious older brother, has always fascinated and enticed career-soldier turned bodyguard Joshua North. Five years earlier their paths crossed for the first time and they were forced to deny their feelings for one another and go on with their separate existences. When Bethany receives threatening letters from an unknown admirer, Josh won't take no for an answer when it comes to her safety and he inserts himself into her life regardless of the consequences. But refusing to allow himself to ever be vulnerable, the two begin their own dance of powerfully magnetic push and pull to test the limits of their relationship in any capacity. There's quite a lot of back story provided within, which allows Audition to be read as a standalone but in order to get the most out of it, I highly recommend reading the previous books in the North Securities world. While I would have preferred to see a little more of their present relationship, I was thrilled to learn all about how they met and the slow burn it took to get to where they end up. Skye Warren never fails to bring the reader to their knees with her alpha male anti-heroes and Josh North is now forever on my list of book boyfriends. Back off ladies, he's mine. I can't wait to see what this author comes up with next and who our upcoming sassy heroine will be. Until then, I'll wait patiently on the edge of my seat. I received an advanced reader copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    A pairing years in the making

    Bethany and Josh. Josh and Bethany. I mean, we saw them together in the previous trilogy in the series, but who knew? Who knew they had a past together? Who knew that they shared, albeit varied, but similar, childhood traumas? Who knew they were made for each other, fit the broken pieces of the other, to perfection? Well, now I know, and I am so glad that I got to know them! This was a silent, stealthy, story. No great highs, no deep lows, but lots happening. The story continually moves forward, revealing a bit here, a bit there, some from the past, some from the present. A little bit of this, a smattering of that, and then it builds, and builds, and the crescendo happens. But that isn’t the finale of the story, oh no. After the build up, the big moment, it settles back down, and moves forward some more. Then, when all seems set, all is quiet, it snaps into place, and it is then you realize, this is the moment you didn’t even know you were waiting for. It took Josh by surprise, it validated Bethany, and it brought all the moments before it to clarity. It made the characters whole, and their story together could start!
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    Amazing

    When I started reading I couldn't put it down.Skye Warren is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this book.Can't wait for the next book.
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    Not for me

    Bethany and Josh. The storyline is Not for me, so boring. The character Josh what a *: a waste of my money. The first time I don 't like a book by this authors.
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