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    Nash and Myles

    When I left Nash in 'Til Death Do Us Part, there was a feeling of pity and frustration. He was so angry and bitter, justifiably so. I'm so glad the author gave us his own book. We get to see that jaded man turn into someone who loves and is loved very deeply. Myles (aka. Emmitt) shows us a cynical man about love, but it instantly proves to be an easily crumbled wall when Nash is hurt. Everyone can see that Myles is in love with Nash. His Grampy is a hoot! I liked that Nash's medical issue gives him a chance to see Sam as he truly was and that they were both settling in their relationship with each other. It mostly was a chance for Nash to let go of his pessimistic views and find the man that is perfect for him.
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    4 solid stars for the book and narration

    Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted the AUDIO file of this book. Nash needs a new job, and Emmett (apologies if I've spelt it wrong, I listened! ) needs a live nurse for his grandfather. But Emmett also heard Nash say he wants love, a partner in life. Nash agrees to Emmett suggestion, and then is involved in a accident that causes him to lose the last four months. Nash falls in love with Emmett, and then his memories return. I listened to this, David Gilmore narrates. He is a new to me narrator. Overall, I found him a easy to listen to narrator, his reading voice is deep and clear, and I had no trouble following what was going on with multiple character conversations. I DID find his voice for Nash came across a little too young sounding, and Harley and Oliver too, they came across too young, for me anyway. This is the only reason I gave the NARRATION 4 stars. I liked the book, it was an easy listen. I liked that, while not telling Nash the whole truth about how they came together, Emmett did not LIE to Nash, when he couldn't remember. I gave the book 4 stars because of one reason only. Only Nash has a say. Yes, yes yes I know I say it often enough, but I think if Emmett had been given a say, this would have been a 5 star read! Because, let's face it: Emmett is asking Nash to marry him, then Nash has his accident and Nash can SEE the love in Emmett's eyes when he looks at him. So Emmett MUST have had such deep feelings for Nash waaaaaaaaaaaaaay before this. And I NEEDED to hear from him, I really did. New to me author and narrator, will certainly look for more. 4 stars for the book 4 stars for the narration 4 stars overall

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