Adam Fischer doesn't believe in second chances. Heartbroken after his lover Charlie leaves him to chase his music career in L.A., Adam is convinced that meaningless one-night-stands are all life has in store for him.
Until fate drops Penn Shields in his lap.
Penn is a young, talented designer fresh out of college who has just landed his dream job as a wardrobe assistant at the Queen Victoria theatre, where Adam is performing in a popular musical.
He's also Charlie's brother.
The last thing Penn wants is to follow in his brother's footsteps, especially since they haven't spoken in years. However, the attraction he feels for Adam grows with each day, and soon resisting it proves to be futile.
As Adam and Penn get to know each other intimately, they both realize that first impressions may be deceiving, and that, sometimes, second chances come in the same package.
©2014 Teodora Kostova (P)2015 Teodora Kostova
Lily reads, writes, and reviews m/m romance.
I enjoyed this story even more than Dance #1. It was great to hear more of Jared and Fenix's story and from a different POV.
My heart went out to both Adam and Penn and was brought to tears at several points in the story. Loved it!
Excited to hear Riley and Sonnie's story now.
Definitely yes I would. That Tom Smith has a sexy, voice, and I love his passionate story telling!!!
I loved Adam and all he had to deal with. I adore the love and healing both these guys give each other. This is a beautiful love story!!
The voice just takes you over the pond!!! It's sexy and incredible!
You can't go wrong with this audible. The entire series is amazing!!! The angst, the fun, the love, lots of feels!!!
I enjoyed the story, the main characters work well together. The secondary characters are a welcome edition. My only problem is though the narrative was ok, I've never heard such a stilted English accent.
"Another hit from the West End!"
I loved Penn in Dance and was thrilled that his story was next. The twin twist was unexpected, but worked. It was so much fun to hear more of Jared and Phoenix's story from Adam's perspective and how they, in turn, reacted to his relationship with Penn. The chemistry between Penn and Adam is tangible and Todd M Smith did a nice job bringing it to life in the audio version.
"Emotional yet Blistering Hot!"
I say they are about the same. As a person who has dealt with depression I was able to relate to the print version, but I know if I hadn't I would be able to feel it in the audio version.
Teodora continues this series and she does not disappoint. She brings Penn to Adam. What is interesting is Penn is Adam’s past lover’s twin. Can Adam get past the physical beauty to see the inner beauty of Penn? Adam is battling his own demons, depression. He is afraid that it will destroy him and his potential relationships. He holds back from Penn, even though Penn wants Adam. This is a beautiful story of true love. Penn helps Adam work through those demons like a true partner in life. Adam takes his time to fall in love with Penn, to know that Penn is Penn and not just Adam’s former lover’s twin. These two are completely sweet on each other and support each other. Penn is just the person who Adam is truly attracted to and when these two come together physically, OH MY!!!!! Sparks that could ignite a village come alive. Wow oh wow. While these two fall in love, we get to see the continuing story of Fenix and Jared from Dance. I truly enjoyed that Teodora continued their storyline and sprinkled them within Adam and Penn’s story.
Todd did much better with this story than with Dance. He brings an emotion to this story that some listeners may not understand if they haven't experienced some of the demons that Adam is experiencing and Penn is experiencing helping him. Todd does not just read this story, he lets you experience this story.
Mask is perfect. Mask plays well with how Adam feels.
Again, I am in love with this series, these men and Teodora’s storytelling. Although, it does not feel like a story as I feel like I am living within the men and living their lives. Definitely recommend this series.
"Penn and Adam"
I have not read the print version.
All of the moments where Penn and Adam were taking their relationship further were memorable. I also enjoyed seeing some of the scenes from Dance from a different perspective.
I listened to the audio for Dance and preferred the narrator's performance of Mask.
The entire story was amazing and engaging.
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