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Summary

Ethan,

About last night.... I could blame the bourbon. I could say I let things get out of hand, that I should have never called you, but I'm done lying to myself - to you. I know what you're going to say. You're not very good at keeping your opinions to yourself, but this can't happen. It's inappropriate, at best. I'm your boss. Not to mention, you're clearly still hung up on him. I'm not a consolation prize.

Anders~

Anders,

You didn't think it was inappropriate when you had your tongue down my throat, but I digress. As for your accusation, I'm not the only one stuck in the past, but at least I'm not running from it. I can't believe I'm about to say this.... Maybe you're right. You shouldn't have called me. Especially if you never intended to own it. Own that you wanted it to happen. Admit that you wanted me.

Not so sincerely, Yours

Contains mature themes.

©2021 A. M. Johnson (P)2021 Tantor

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Another Amanda story, another winner....

I enjoyed this one, and even Aaron Shedlock is growing on me although he is very quiet sometimes. There were quite a few errors, the funniest one for me being Kirt saying stranglers instead of stragglers, so not sure who had the job of checking the audio but they were obviously not that much better than the original proofreaders for the story itself. Rating remains at 4.5 stars.

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4.5 stars rounded up, and my word of the day would be heartwarming Something that is heartwarming causes you to feel happy, usually because something nice has happened to people.

I wasn't sure how these two would work I have to say...Ethan would surely be too downmarket, too unrefined, too 'normal' for someone as cultured, elegant and up-market as Anders, but you know what they say about sweeping generalisations 😉, oh and let's not forget about opposites attract 😊.

In Love Always, Wild, I thought Wilder treated Anders appallingly, casually relegating him to a 'friend with benefits', and completely disregarding the fact that he broke Anders heart. Yes, we all know that Wild is something of a diva and a drama queen [talk about high maintenance, phew!!], but I hate people who treat/use others as doormats. In that same story, Ethan was also treated as a bit of a doormat by Jax it has to be said...not in a sexual way at all, but as a friend who could always be relied upon to do things for you...he was just too willing to help in any way. The last we saw of Ethan he was riding off into the sunset [OK, not riding per se but Colorado 😏] with Chance to live his own HEA life...or not.

I was SO delighted that these two could see past each other's unhappy backgrounds, did not let the fact that love had already kicked them in the teeth several times stop them from starting a tentative friendship, even though I suspect Anders was far from happy that Ethan just waltzed right into his business and treated him as just another human being, instead of his boss. I ADORED the emails they exchanged, and their 'Word of the Day' thing just got to me big time. They both richly deserved a HEA, and it was nice to catch-up with Jax, Wild and Jason again too.

A minor niggle...was a little surprised by the number of typos I have to say. There were a few missing words too, and to pore over a manuscript is just that PORE not pour...please take note ALLUSION PUBLISHING AND PAYNE PROOFING.

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  • Karri
  • 19-10-21

Great Story!!! Fantastic Narrator's!!!

It is my sincere wish that more m/m authors would utilize narrator's like A.M Johnson has. Kirt Graves and Aaron Sherlock were perfect. You can't go wrong with either one of these two. There are so many books out there that I would purchase through Audible but don't because of the narration.
The super seven in my book: JF Harding,Teddy Hamilton, Kirt Graves, Aaron Sherlock, Christian Fox, Troy Duran, and Jacob Morgan. Use any of these gentleman for your LGBTQIA+ and I'll purchase whatever you write!
That being said after listening to Love Always Wild, I purchased the trilogy on kindle because I didn't want to wait. I was not disappointed....at all. The story is fresh, uplifting and feels real to me. The characters are believable, lovable and the story moves and flows. There is no filler, no angst due to miscommunication or one thinking they know what's best for the other, WHICH I CANNOT STAND. Truly a good read and great narration. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Adding Aaron was icing on a perfect cake.

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  • Laura
  • 29-10-21

Love

My only issue with this book is that I think the audiobook folks need to figure out how to include emails in recordings without having to go through ALL the details on each one. It is SO TEDIOUS to listen to and I think it needs to be changed :-).

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  • songbird
  • 31-10-21

2nd book is a hit!!

Ethan and Anders start off like oil and water but given enough time Ethan becomes harder and harder for Anders to ignore! Ethan just gets under his skin….and they have to work together!! I can’t wait for more from this series.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 17-11-21

Exceeded Expectations!!!!

I admit, I didn't expect this book to meet, not to mention exceed Wild & Jax. That said, it did just that. I also applaud the narrators chosen for these books. In fact I think most of AM Johnson's books have had stellar narrators. Brilliant characters and writing PLUS awesome narrators means 10* Plus!!!! Thank you AM. Your stories resonate, they stick with me. Best of all, they feel True and IRL. Thank you for proving to me over and over again that thoughtful, talented writers exist!!! I couldn't live without my favorite guilty pleasure - to lose myself in the belief that love and good (flawed, but good) people exist. I love your brand of romance!!!!! I've read most of your books, I've listened and bought almost everything you have in audio! Wishing for more!!!! Your narrators are AWESOME!!!!

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  • jodi seymour
  • 11-06-22

That was so flippin' good!

I really cant believe I liked this book more than the first one in the series. Anders and Ethan are beautiful characters. The way Anders internally monologues about Ethan is honestly poetic. "I want to get lost in the maze of him and never find my way out". These 2 books are my 1st experience with both A.M. Johnson and Aaron Shedlock but I'm sure they have both now become automatic buys for me. I don't even remember the last time I gave a story 5 stars but this is definitely a 5 star story.

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  • Jeremy B.
  • 12-05-22

it's ok not as great as others perceive

Enough with all the emails already! Who wants to listen to 30 min of email addresses followed by a short message? Not me! I get it, they need to convey communication at a distance in a word format. Though there has to be a better way. A few minutes of email or text msg is ok, but long extensive conversation? Please do it in person. Lol

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  • Vida._.Loca
  • 08-05-22

Fun and swoony Enemies to Lovers

I loved this so much more than the first in the series. The longing and flirty banter between Anders and Ethan can be felt as they text. Texting allows them to let down their guard and be open with one another, which I loved. I also enjoyed revisiting Wilder and Jax and seeing Jax's brother venturing out and growing and changing as well.

Aaron Shedlock and Kirt Graves were fantastic.

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  • Molly Kindle Customer
  • 11-03-22

love this

what makes this story so fun is the witty emails between Anders snd Ethan! they needed the slow build to be able to trust one another after always coming second in past relationships. Ethan sunny personality brings light to everyone in his life and so happy he was able to Crack Anders shell so he to could show how beautiful of a person he really is behind all of his pompous outward appearance. Great read highly recommend.
narrators were great as well love how different their voices are especially for all the cast so you don't mix them up and ruin the listening experience.