Screenwriter Noah Ashley has a few four-letter words for his agent when she suggests he improve his script by shadowing a PI. Still, because he's an artist dedicated to his craft and she knows where the bodies are buried, he agrees. Then he spends a little time with the gorgeous PI, and suddenly it seems like a really good plan. The PI doesn't seem to entirely love the idea, but Noah has never been afraid to go after what he wants.
PI Drew Rodriguez is used to people depending on him. He's the classic rock for his family. Responsible. Dependable. The classic rock would never succumb to the borderline sleazy temptation of friends with benefits, no matter how sexy that temptation is. Drew is looking for something enduring.
Despite Drew's misgivings, it's not long before they've got all the requisites for friends with benefits going. Friendly, good conversation? Check. Fun times in and out of bed? Check. Hot, electrolyte-sapping sex? Double check. Falling in love? Yeah. About that....
©2016 S.E. Harmon (P)2016 Dreamspinner Press
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"A Great Story..."
I so enjoy a story in which the author provides a plethora of backstory that endears the primary characters to the reader/listener and Harmon does a great job in this book. Noah and Drew are such great characters and of course I was routing for this pairing. The wit and sarcasm of each character is great and one cannot help but want a HEA. The narrator did a fantastic job bringing this story to life. Great second edition to this series...looking forward to the next installment.
"Great Listen, great story"
I enjoyed how the pulled the listener into the story and made you care about the characters. The narration was great as well.
I can foresee myself listening to this story again.
"enjoyable but could have been better"
This book would have been better if it was shorter and thus quicker paced. I think the whole first hour was just back story, and there continued to be a lot of that throughout the story. I enjoyed the narrator, but he needs to do more to distinguish the characters. A few times I caught myself wondering which character was supposed to be doing the speaking.
"Good story but..."
I enjoyed the connection between Drew and Noah. As much as their pasts were different, the similarities were there as well: childhood lost, lost of parents, finding their way in life with little or no guidance. However, I felt there were too many loose ends regarding Noah's parents.
I loved reading of a bisexual character who wasn't looked at as being confused or unable to commit.
The narrator's voice was just right for these guys. I also, like the new support characters and the appearance of Jordan and Mac. I'm looking forward to book 3.
"Not worth the time - or money"
The idea is nice, and there are some really loveable people around the two main characters, but there is too much noise in almost every sentence, mostly these banal, supposed-to-be-funny thoughts about murdering friends and family in the heads of the two main characters.
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