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The heartrending conclusion to the On My Knees Duet, a forbidden MM romance by USA Today best seller Ella James....

For years, I've kept his secret. When he called, I answered. When he needed, I gave. 

Then he went dark. 

I tracked him on Instagram - like his 16 million other followers. When being on the planet with him, separated by his secrets, felt like torture, I moved on. But Luke McDowell wouldn't let me go. 

He says he doesn't want me, but we both know that won't hold. 

By the end of our story, he'll have taken everything. 

The question is, what will he give?

*Adore is the novel-length conclusion to Worship. If you haven't listened to Worship, find out why listeners are calling it the best forbidden romance of the year!

©2019 Ella James (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Everything! Of everything

All the feelings! Anxiety, hurt, frustration, fear, hope, sadness and of course the love! And the sex! Hot! I’ve been crying, laughing, wanting to scream in frustration and aching for those two guys. The only thing that should be different is that the two titles in this series is one book! I think it was strange to divide them into two. Aiden Snow and Iggy Toma make fantastic performances to bring Luke and Vance come to life!

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  • Marie
  • 28-10-20

Easier to follow than the book - Christian fiction

I bought the combination Kindle and Audiobook. The story is told in first-person POV from 3 viewpoints. The Kindle version was very hard to follow since the author doesn't use the word "said" and you have to keep a close eye on who's turn it is to speak. The readers perform their person's POV and change their voice to perform the voice of the other characters so the lack of "said" is not an issue. I returned the Kindle version since it was so hard to read. I wasn't expecting Christian fiction and Luke being a Tele Evangelist was not included in the description. The story even includes a portion of a sermon. I would not have purchased it if I'd known. I did not read the first book in the series and the second doesn't stand alone well. There is a ton of angst and it sounds like there was even more in the first half. Between the excessive angst and the style choices, I would not read anything else by Ella James. Her intended readers are probably New Adults and that doesn't include me. I enjoyed Aiden Snow's performance. Iggy Toma was a little nasal for Vance but he did a good job switching to Luke's persona. Rebecca Gibel was fine for the female character but her male voices were lacking.

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  • BlueRose
  • 11-10-20

Best Duet of the year

5 Blue Roses 4 Blue Flames Dual Narrators Charlie Thurston and Aiden Snow gave an extraordinarily good performance, delivering the Best Audiobook of the year. Their voices fit the characters perfectly. Listeners will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of emotional investment into the unexpected, but the most appreciated tension and drama. Both narrators possess dangerously sexy deep baritone voices, they know just how to wield them. Knees will buckle, hearts will palpitate and endorphins will over productively pump. Never have I ever felt like jumping and screaming like a “Beatles crazed hooligan”, but the perfect cadence of their voices, the total absence of any irritating weird shit makes me want to scream “come listen here, this is what an audiobook should sound like”. I review both audiobooks as one because let’s face it, it is one story. The second book follows exactly where the first one ended. I am extremely glad they were released together. Another ugly hooligan scream from myself: “hello everyone, here is how you release audiobooks chopped up into two books” If they were not, the effect would have been so much more watered down. Who goes to the movies and are told halfway through, that’s it everybody, take your shit and go, we will let you know when the rest will be playing. Because you are all idiots and we treat you as such. I don’t want to spoil anything, for my fellow listeners. My review is general in nature. The protagonists meet by accident and they are thrown together for an unavoidable hot and wild night. Due to their life’s circumstances, they can’t be together, but just as a compass leaf with a needle on top, floats to point north, so do they magnetically float in each other’s direction. It’s so fucking beautiful I want to cry all over again. Yip, another hooligan cry! Kudo’s to the author for expanding the depth just a little deeper, for making the plotline that little bit more interesting. It was almost like riding on a Ferris wheel, without being told to get off. I am now a fan of Ella James. I do recommend this audiobook. Happy Listening

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  • Queen of Halloween
  • 24-10-20

5*****

Whoa! I really loved this book. So much heart, love, and tears. Loved the three part narration, each did an excellent job. Highly recommend!

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  • KSC
  • 22-10-20

Intensely addictive!

One of the best pair of audiobooks I've listened to in a very long time. I was so engrossed in it that my 10 mile walk flew by. Really enjoyed the story line and the narrators were spot on. Of course, I could listen to Aiden's sexy voice nonstop. Although I'm not a fan of duet audiobooks with a continued story line, I was glad these were released on the same day. I understand it's additional money for the author, etc but it's annoying especially when one of them is under 5 hours. I hope to see a lot more M/M audiobooks from this author preferably all in one audiobook please.

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  • Dannette Huggins
  • 07-10-20

Perfect ending to this series.

I really enjoyed these two characters. So not flawless. Vance as an artist and so free and knowing what he wanted from Luke. Luke somewhat a lost soul but in the end pulled himself up by his bootstraps. Love ever flowing even with the gaps of time. Finding out how Luke wasn’t really handling the divide he put up between them but coming out in the end.” Hoping there will be a follow up for this story.

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  • Carol
  • 21-11-20

Absolutely fantastic

What a great sequel to Worship. Luke becomes much more of an emotional human being. Vance is such a rock. Great level of angst, smoking hot, and outstanding narration. Highly recommended.

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  • H. Spanarella
  • 14-11-20

Vance & Luke’s HEA

I loved the second half of this duet series. The first book was fits and starts for me, but I was invested in the story and the amazing narration. Aiden Snow and Iggy Toma really made this series for me. The emotions were really there. Their narration was fantastic and they really pulled me into the second half of this story. I’m so glad I stuck with it because I really loved how Vance and Luke’s story turned out. It was surprisingly emotional and I found myself getting choked up. It was the right amount of angst to keep me listening, some really heavy emotional up and downs by both Vance and Luke, and some more of the super sexy times we had in the first book. I will say that Vance’s love and dedication of Luke just clutched at your heart. His love was unwavering and he would have done anything for just a piece of Luke. When Luke really let himself go, those floodgates just opened. I found myself Wondering how this was all going to work out, it seems really insurmountable at parts. I really loved the direction it wound up going and the HEA was beautiful.