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review 2017-09-19 00:24
And I'm still indulging myself...
Who We Are - Charlie David,T.J. Klune

'Who We Are' is the second book in T.J. Klune's 'Bear, Otter and the Kid' series and this one found me enjoying the narrations of Charlie David and while I did enjoy this book, I have to admit for I enjoyed Sean Crisden's narration in the first book just a teensy, tiny bit more but this is probably as much a subjective opinion as it is anything else. 


I Ioved this series when I read it the first time and listening to it again on audio has only reaffirmed that opinion so I'm off to enjoy the third and final book available on audio as I anticipate the release of 'The Long and Winding Road' on audio...one day...soon...hopefully!

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review 2017-02-07 18:10
Aced - Brooke Blaine,Ella Frank,Charlie David

Can I just say... wow... hot damn. *fanning myself*. Just scorching. And in Charlie David's voice - oh yeah - *fist pump*
Now on to the next, because this one doesn't actually end. Not that reading on about Ace and Dylan is going to be any hardship. At all. No sir.

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text 2017-02-04 17:18
Reading progress update: I've read 19%.
Aced - Brooke Blaine,Ella Frank,Charlie David

"Dylan’s hair was styled in a sexy faux-hawk"


Hmm, did they not all get navy style buzz cuts just a few days before?


And does it say more about the book or me that this is the kind of detail that sticks?

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review 2016-12-28 09:22
Changing Plans - L.A. Witt,Charlie David

I did remember correctly from the first time I read this book a while back - it really does deserve the title "The Kissing Book" I have filed it under in my memory. These guys kiss a lot - especially in the first two parts of the story - and L.A. Witt knows how to right a good kissing scene.

Re-reading in audio did not take anything away from this book; Charlie David did an awesome job with it.

The story itself is angst free. During the first two parts of the book, Elliott and Derek meet, get together and stay together in Hawai for a couple of weeks doing a lot of kissing and exploring of the naked variety before acknowledging that what is between them goes beyond the physical. The third part adds just enough drama to keep things interesting and the ending, while short, was a sweet HEA just the way I like it.

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review 2016-11-14 08:14
was good, mostly.
Mulligans - Charlie David
Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted my copy of this book.
This is, according to the blurb, based on a movie of the same name. I'm guessing the movie came first. I've not seen it.
Tyler takes Chase home for the summer vacation from college. And it leads to all kinds of unravelling; of Chase, of Tyler and most importantly, of Tyler's parents marriage.
Chase is gay, but not out to Tyler, his roommate and best friend. He does come out during this summer though. Tyler's father, Nathan, sees in Chase the young man he used to be, who he MIGHT have been, had he and Stacey not had Tyler, right out of high school. Stacey is waiting for Nathan to tell her, something, anything. She knows it's coming. She just wasn't prepared for this.
I liked this, I did, mostly. I just can't quite pinpoint why I'm left feeling just okay about it. It's not a bad read, not by any means, it just didn't work for me.
But here's what I did like. All the major players have their say. Nathan, Chase, Tyler and Stacey all get to voice what is going on inside their heads and hearts while it all unravels at their feet. And you all know how much I love being able to hear from everyone. Tyler's little sister, Birdey, brings some light relief. She brings her own brand of ....well.....whatever a ten year old girl brings to situations like this. And she takes it all in her stride, so much better than the adults do.
It is relatively clean, with the scene between Nathan and Chase very much faded to black. I would class this as upper young adult. Maybe 16 plus, if you haven't read it. I'd let my nearly 16 year old read it. I did like that its faded to black here, it doesn't need the explicitness that comes with some male/male books.
So, because I DID finish it (it looked a little iffy at some points!) and because everyone I wanted to hear from had their say....
3.5 stars.
**same worded review will appear elsewhere**


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