Handsome and tough Jake Tanner, a veteran and the owner of a successful security firm, never lets his past hold him back. Despite his prosthetic hand and foot, women swoon over him - and with him between the sheets. Yet Jake feels bored and restless...until he's hired to protect a beautiful writer whose life is in terrible danger.
Self-imprisoned by the fear of the anonymous stalkers who threaten her life, video-game writer Natalie Beck now only dreams of the world outside her pink-bedecked apartment. Trusting people again is off-limits. But the more time Jake spends with her, the more his professional commitment evolves from simple duty to scorching desire. While deeply sensual sparks ignite between the two, the danger outside circles closer. Will Jake's intense devotion be enough to save Natalie? Or will she turn away from the one man willing to do anything to save her?
©2015 Jen Frederick (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
not often I read a book that I hate one of the main character but I do hope he dumps her moan moan all she does she litterly gives the man she loves he'll and the friend that terrorises her ruined her life yet she has hope part 1 and 2 dam brill this book 3 goes on and on and the promise of action was a severe case of let down will be returning this book asap load of crap eye rolling trash
"The most annoying book!"
This is the first time that I have left a bad review! The story could have been good but it went on and on about not being able to leave her apartment and the female voice was HORRIBLE!! The male voice was great!!
Sebastian York is amazing as usual. He nailed the voice of Jake, ex-military who now runs a security company. He takes on a job of protecting a girl who was threatened in the past and now never leaves her apartment. Lines are crossed, issues arise and Natalie struggles with her fear. The female narrator was OK for me, I didn't particularly like her voice for Jake. The ending was kind of abrupt and everything wrapped up a little too quickly. Other than that I enjoyed their story and we even get to catch up with the gang.
"too quick romance"
I love Sebastian York but Carly Robbins was a little too drastic at times. The storyline was too predictable and unrealistic , I feel like they fell in love too fast . other than that it was really good.
I'll be completely honest here... I never meant to read "Reveal To Him", but I accidentally click on the widget and I got approved. The idea of the story was okay but it wasn't jumping out to me and I hadn't read the previous books in the series so I wasn't sure if it would be an issue or not. Also, I've read one or two books by the author in the past and they have been okay. With "so many books, so little time", I didn't want to take on a book I wasn't going to be all giddy about wanting to read. However, I got approved and I'm a girl of her word. I was happy to learn that Sebastian York was narrating the audiobook and so I purchased it to see if I'd like it better in audiobook version.
I was pleasantly surprised at the beginning not only by the narrators, but by the characters, and story itself! Jake, while an alpha male is very sweet and funny. He is sincere and patient. Natalie is quirky and cute in that she can be your BFF. She is smart and sassy.
While Natalie is suffering with a mental disorder, Jake has a physical limitations in that he has two prosthetic limbs. Though Jake is significantly further along in his recovery there are still things he must 'deal with' when it comes to people and how they see him.
The heroine is agoraphobic due to stalkers and an assault. She is currently an author but was originally a 'screen writer' for a game. Jen, the author, address two very important topics with the heroine and the situation - Natalie, an original game developer is obviously female, in a male dominated industry. The amount of backlash she received upon people, fans, gamers and peers, finding out her gender exists true today. Then Natalie becomes an author in the Scifi genre which again, is typically read and written by males and due to this, she feels she must use a gender neutral name, however one many believe to be male. While the issue was address in the fact that it was mentioned, that's it. Natalie doesn't deal nor "fight" to remain a gamer in the industry nor does she let her readers know her true identity for her author persona. I think while the issue is a great one to bring up, if the character isn't going to 'do something about it" then what's the point?
Unfortunately, there is INSTA-LOVE... while in the beginning of the story, they seem to be getting to know each other, and that is what I was enjoying the most. Their conversations. Then when they finally get together, OMG, it's like "You're MY EVERYTHING" Dude, it's been a week. Take a second! Then there's the forgotten matter of the finding who is now stalking Natalie... yeah, it seems to have gone to the back burner. Then it's rushed at the end and it's a bit obvious and disappointing.
Narrator's Review: Both Sebastian and Carly did an amazing job! Carly brought the character of Natalie to life. Sebastian brings the sexiness of the males to the forefront. I wish that they each would read their own gender (i.e. Carly the female characters and Sebastian the males) at the same time. THAT would be awesome.
Overall, it was a good audiobook as the narrators really did their jobs in bringing that extra dimension to the story. I'm sort of curious about the next book IF it's about Jake's sister and his friend....
This was a unique love story, unique hero and heroine. I love stories where there is no cheating but full of true devotion. the narrators were perfect!
I'm a pushover for military/veteran romance. The fact that the hero was disable added extra depth to the story. Occasionally I felt like the writer forgot about his disability especially during one of the lovemaking sessions, other than that excellent book. I will look for more from this author.
"Jen Frederick, Sebastian York, Carly Robins Wow!"
Yes! I loved the storyline as well as the performances.
The chemistry and amazing writing of Jen Frederick.
I love Sebastian York's performance. I could listen to him read a phonebook! Carly Robins did a great job too!
Jen Frederick continues to show her brilliance as an author in Revealed to Him! Her ability to draw her readers in, show significant depth in her characters and write an entirely unique storyline is proven in this story. I was blown away and I could not put this book down, until I knew the ending!
Jake Tanner is a veteran as well as a successful owner of a security business. He refuses to let anything hold him back, including the fact that he has prosthesis. He is bound and determined to do what ever it takes to help his clients, but nothing prepares him for the writer whose life is in danger.
Natalie Beck is imprisioned to her home due to her agoraphobia. She is being stalked by an unknown threat making her digress with her progress. Trust is something she can't afford, but will Jake be able to break down her walls and help her find the security she needs?
Though this book is a part of the Kerr Chronicles, it can be read as a stand alone. I was astounded by the unpredictable twists and turns in the plot as well as the sense of connection and chemistry between the characters. I would highly recommend reading this fantastic book!
"Revealed to him"
this had some seriously lame parts but it has a good story line
Natalie is cute
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