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Code Silver

The Sierra View Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Jason Frazier
Length: 6 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
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Summary

Dean Harper is the type of doctor anyone would want to bump into in an elevator. He's devilishly handsome, deeply caring, and has a pair of sapphire blue eyes that pierce right through you. He was well on his way to having the perfect life with whom he thought was the perfect man. Well, until he found that perfect man cheating on him with three other guys. At the same time.

Noah Silver is having a difficult time. With his mom passing and his dad growing more and more difficult to live with, he's pushed into an unorthodox way of making money. He knew that being a cam boy would be temporary, but he didn't realize how drastically it would change his life.

He had no idea he would meet the man of his dreams because of it. He also had no idea he would become the target of a serial killer because of it.

Dean's world gets turned upside down when Noah, the guy he'd been fantasizing with through a computer screen, ends up in his exam room. Their connection is immediate, even though Noah has no idea Dean is behind his online crush. They both have issues to work on, but can either of them pass up a chance like this? Or are they both throwing themselves into harm's way?

Code Silver is the first book in the Sierra View series. It's a full-length, steamy gay romance that can be enjoyed alone and has no cliffhangers.

©2017 Max Walker (P)2017 Max Walker

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  • CK
  • 27-02-18

Good listen, except serial killer plot a bit much

I would have liked the story better without the serial killer plot that was thrown in to provide a dramatic Hollywood ending. The cam-boy and past emotional baggage would have been enough to carry the story.

I did like how the romance developed, but there was uneveness in the writing. I thought the cam scenes were the strongest, while the light bantering scenes tended to be weak.

I did like the narrator, who strived to imbue emotion into the characters' voices. However, there were instances when the sound effects crossed the line into campiness, causing me to laugh inappropriately during hot or heavy moments. Ultimately, this ended up increasing my enjoyment rather than the opposite.

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  • <Stacy> @SoCalBookReviews
  • 12-02-18

Code Silver

This book and Audio was really enjoyable. I think Jason Frazier did a great job with the narration and voices of All the characters, not just the main ones, and his voice added to the story sucking you in wanting to just hear more. I think it was a realistic type story, like this could have totally happened.. How Doctor Dylan and Cam Boy/Personal Trainer Noah met, and then when they both came clean with each other about everything and they were able to look past it and make their relationship work, and progress at a natural pace. I NEVER would have guessed who the "Bad Guy" in the story was.. That was a good one, good ending to the story.

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  • M. F. Hampton
  • 28-12-18

A serial killer... seriously?

The serial killer plot twist seemed tacked on at best. It didn't turn out to be who I thought it was going to be, but that doesn't mean it was well done in the least. The romance was hot and sweet. It was enough by itself. The plot twist just didn't do it for me. I didn't understand the killers motives. He had no back story that made me really understand his pattern. It all just detracted from a sweet story that didn't need this antagonist. I won't be reading the rest of the series.

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  • Rachel BGP
  • 09-09-19

Pretty good.

The story was good however like other reviews the mystery/serial killer parts were not that great. The narrator was great!

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  • Red Haired Bill
  • 11-07-19

Off the Rails

Really struggled to finish. Started out okay with a goofy premise then went off the rails. Characters personalities were not consistent. A trip by the main characters to an exotic location was shocking. LGBT citizens there are imprisoned or worse - no mention at all of the oppressive regime behind the country's problems.

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  • Kimberly Kniaz
  • 14-04-19

Code Silver

Omg this audio book was absolutely positively amazing. I would highly recommend this audio book.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 07-01-19

Just Okay

So i struggled to finish this one. The story had some great potential and ill be honest i might just seem like im knit picking, but it just jumped around too fast. Each chapter almost was a 1, 2, or 3 week later heading. That was just irritating.

Also the culprit made no sense ans had no connection to the story. I was really pissed as to the "reasoning" behind why they were doing what the did. I know that a lot of abuse victims can become abusers but to just slap that in there was weak and made a subpar book even worse.

The narrator was juat okay, i guess when tou listen to a sixty books a year you have high expectations, and the narrator didn't meet mine.

I cant say not to waste your time because different strokes for different folks. I will in the future be wary of the authora work.

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  • A M
  • 05-10-18

Hoping for More

This presented to be an exciting read. However, the serial killer angle was an afterthought plot. Oxymoron...definitely. The narrator was not a great this book. I had to speed up the narration. Oddly, it didn't do much. It kept putting me to sleep when I was actively doing something else while listening. So, it was perfect at bedtime.

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  • Love2Listen
  • 27-07-18

Flat!

God! This book is so flat!!!!

Plot, characters, cover and narrator have no depth whatsoever. Good thing it was for free... although it made me waste my time.

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  • 'Nathan
  • 08-05-18

Solid romance, just slightly mis-labeled

I listened to this book before (and during) a flight to the UK, and as always, the narration from Jason Frazier shines. With Frazier's voice, characters spring to life, with vocal quirks and cadence that add vim to even the most mundane of scenes.

Code Silver struck me as an extended meet-cute story; basically, the set-up is listed in the blurb, but it's this: a cam-boy making savings to set up his personal training business, and a doctor who has connected with him online, and a chance encounter puts them both in the position of meeting face-to-face, and having secrets.

Dean, the doctor, can't figure out a way to say he already knows about Noah's online career (and, frankly, thinks it's hot), and Noah's trying to figure out how to broach what he does. Add to that their emotional baggage, and I was worried I was in for a tale where a single sit-down and chat would have resolved all the conflict. But no, it's actually quite a lovely (and and early resolution) and the bulk of the tale is really more about the two getting to know each other, and spending time together, and—of course—a few erotic passages. The romance/meet-cute/evolution of the pair was enjoyable and fun.

However, I'm still not sure about the inclusion of a particular sub-plot: there is a violent serial killer that appears in the story, and it felt a little lost, sudden, and coincidental, and given how it wasn't even remotely mentioned in the blurb it left me wishing I'd known that "full-length, steamy gay romance" was going to include bloody moments. Even just the inclusion of the word "thriller" would have helped adjust my expectations for its inclusion.