Wake Up Married serial, Episodes 4-6 (Volume 2)
Continue the fun in Episodes 4 - 6 of the romantic comedy serial by best-selling author Leta Blake and newcomer Alice Griffiths! Episode Four: Will & Patrick Fight Their Feelings Will and Patrick have embraced adding hot sexy-times to their fake marriage, but as their emotions deepen, they... show more
Continue the fun in Episodes 4 - 6 of the romantic comedy serial by best-selling author Leta Blake and newcomer Alice Griffiths!
Episode Four: Will & Patrick Fight Their Feelings
Will and Patrick have embraced adding hot sexy-times to their fake marriage, but as their emotions deepen, they confront whether or not they want to be more than friends-with-benefits. The heat is high (and occasionally kinky) as Will and Patrick struggle to accept their mutual affection.
Episode Five: Will & Patrick Meet the Mob
Patrick has finally accepted that he's in love with Will, but his newfound determination to do something about that runs up against his father-in-law's mobster plans. Will must face the truth about his family before he can fully come to terms with his feelings for Patrick. And Patrick has to decide if this whackadoodle world is something he truly wants to be part of forever.
Episode Six: Will & Patrick's Happy Ending
Sure, Will and Patrick are in love now, but they weren’t when they got married in Vegas. For Patrick, that’s no problem, but Will can’t shake his doubts that a relationship started through coercion can ever become the real deal. Since the Molinaro crime family has reversed their position on divorce, Will and Patrick have a chance to rectify their drunken mistake. But is divorce the right choice for them?
Listening Time: 13 hrs., 45 min.
Publish date: 2019-07-13
Publisher: Leta Blake Books
Edition language: English
After such a good start the second half of this six part serial was a huge let down. For a romantic comedy with mobsters, the book and its authors ended up taking the mobsters way too seriously. And all the fun disappeared once the characters started having long difficult discussions—not a bad idea ...