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Summary

Layton:

As a biker, I've always loved the open road - and no man ever compared. I’ve mastered the quickie, the one-night stand, and I’m not into changing things up. Why mess with perfection?

When I roll into Snow Lake to take over my uncle’s mechanic shop, the last thing I want to do is settle down. Until I lay eyes on Grayson, who is not the kind of man suited for a one-night stand. He’s domestic as all hell, running his bakery and doing cute sh*t with his son all damn day. Not. My. Type.

But I can’t take my eyes off of him.

I never wanted this life - I always thought it was a trap. But Grayson, gorgeous and kind, is giving me a sweet tooth for his baked goods and all his other delights.

I just might want to make a home on this road where I’ve landed. If Gray is with me, I might fall in love with Snow Lake after all.

Grayson:

My partner left the minute Harry came into our lives. Ever since then, it’s been me and my boy, all on our own. I didn’t want to be a single dad, but Harry makes it all worthwhile. Sure, I’m not going on any dates, but romance can wait. I’m done with the heartbreak of losing my man, and I’m not pulling Harry into any relationship that won’t last forever.

That’s why Layton comes as a surprise. He’s everything I never wanted - a bad boy with bedroom eyes, and thighs muscled from gripping his motorcycle. He keeps showing up in my nighttime fantasies - and at my bakery every morning, looking like he wants to take a bite out of me.

When I slip up and let him get a taste, I know he’s all wrong. I can’t keep a man like Layton happy, and I need him out of my life for good. It’s too bad because I was a little bit in love.

I never imagined it would hurt so much to leave Layton behind - or that my sweet boy would want to have Layton around. I’ve never been the kind of guy to take a chance, but maybe this is the time to give it a try.

©2019 Ashton Cade (P)2020 Ashton Cade

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Did not finish at 60%

I missed subtlety. It reads: "Grayson suddenly feels like an important figure in my life". Oooookay? Maybe some build-up, before telling us? Like "I would like Grayson to become more important in my life".

And this one:
"Hello Bo, may I introduce you to my neighbour Grayson." "Did he pop your cherry?" Bo and I were such good friends, we could tell each other everything...
Uuuuh... No. That is not a scene that proves to me Layton and Bo have intimate conversations.

Other annoyances: no arc. You have to imagine what these men hope for in the future yourself.
And a perfect cookie-cutter child. Yuk.

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Great start of the new Hearts of Snow Lake series

Biker bad boy meets small town dad.

I really liked the chemistry between Layton and Grayson. Can`t wait to read /listen to the other books of the series.

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Brilliant start to a new small town series

Layton is new I town and has taken over his Uncles mechanic shop. Layton appears to be a “bad boy” biker.

Grayson is a single dad to his 5 year old son and is the owner of the local bakery. His husband left him when their son Harry’s first birthday.

The chemistry between Layton and Grayson sparks from their very first meeting. Although, they both have to work on some inner issues before that initial chemistry catches alight and then the heat factor turns up high.

I was engrossed with their journey from the very beginning and enjoyed watching them overcome their inner issues, and some outside influences, to finally get their HEA.

There is some minor angst, a cute 5 year old, nosy neighbours and some side characters that are very intriguing.
I highly recommend this book and look forward to more in the Hearts Of Snow Lake series.
The narration by Cam Walker is so wonderfully done. He was able to bring the characters to life for me. He’s a new to me narrator and I look forward to more from him.

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  • 28-10-20

Pastries!

Story: A cute story about second chances... and third and fourth too. A small town, two cute guys, kids and several neighbors, motorcycles, macarons, some other pastries and whatnots. It's a very entertaining story about discovering and rediscovering yourself, forging new paths and personal development above all. A piece of good writing!

Narration: I liked the narrator! It was a very pleasant voice that complimented the story well!

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I really enjoyed this book and the start of a new series. Both Layton and Grayson had insecurities though that they were both different which impacted their relationship with each and I enjoyed how they worked through them. Layton listens to his best friends words which strike fear into him when it hits home until he realises that change is not a bad thing after all. Grayson doesn’t want to let anyone else into his life until he meets Layton and struggles with that and the pain of Barry his ex leaving him.

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A very good start to a new (to me) series.

I really enjoyed this story! I loved the small town setting, it’s always one of my favourite as it makes me feel almost as i am a part of the community, as the various books go on…
Layton and Grayson are all in all good characters, but all in all, so indecisive for being two full-grown men. The push and pull from both MCs was a bit exhausting sometimes, but there are a lot of super cute, funny and sexy moments, which made the story very enjoyable.

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  • RACHEL REED
  • 16-12-20

A deliciously sweet opposites attract!

This was a deliciously adorable opposites attract!

Layton and Grayson are opposites in every way yet when they come together, they are like missing halves to a whole.

This was a Sweet, hurt/ comfort listen.
I love the characters. They were likeable and well fleshed out and the writing was engaging as well.

Cam Walker did a great job on the narration as well.

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  • Sadie G
  • 18-10-20

Cute love story

I really enjoyed this book. A biker bad boy who falls for a single dad and his son= too cute. I do like how Layton had a relationship with Harry. Low angst with medium heat. I’d love to hear a lot more narration from Cam Walker.

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  • Cminor289
  • 26-10-20

Sweet and opposites attract

I love seeing opposites crashing together. This book is a nice listen with a cute story. I love seeing that “bad boy” hitting it off and having a connection but being afraid. This story has that and more. The characters have that growth and development and the narrator does a great job of voicing this book. I will definitely be looking out for the next in the series!

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  • Baryton
  • 24-10-20

Sweet romantic story!

What a delightful story! It's a real romance between two men, with none of the stereotypes or clichés; just an engaging story that keeps you engaged and hoping for a happy ending! The characters are completely believable, and the plot includes a few unexpected turns. There's even a little revelation near the end that sets up the next book in the Hearts of Snow Lake series.

The narrator does a wonderful job of pacing the story, and perfectly delineates the many different characters without restoring to caricature. The chapters are narrated by the two main characters in turn, and there's never a doubt as to which is which in Cam Walker's engaging story-telling.

I look forward to more from this writer and reader!

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  • kp
  • 24-10-20

Enjoyed!

I enjoyed this sweet, sexy read. The chemistry between Layton and Grayson jumps off the page. Each comes into this with some baggage. Layton doesn't believe he is relationship material and Grayson has been badly burned by an ex.

Add in Grayson's adorable son Harry and this story is a winner. I enjoyed seeing both men grow into a more confident version of themselves. There is little drama, lots of heat and sweetness in this book.
Cam Walker does a wonderful job with the narration of this story.
I'm looking forward to the next boon in the series.