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Peter and Wendell

Narrated by: Todd Scott
Length: 5 hrs and 48 mins
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Summary

A historical romance with a wink and a nod toward Peter Pan.

Peter Woods is content to live a gadfly life, darting from one experience to the next with no thought of responsibility, commitment, or the future. He has no desire to grow up. Stable, sober banker Wendell Rhodes has only recently discovered an underground London club where men meet and briefly mingle. At Ever Lads, Wendell encounters Peter and flint strikes tinder. The two opposites discover in the other what each lacks, but the journey from lust to love isn't easy.

Determined to make a man of his son at last, Peter's father attempts to curtail his hedonistic lifestyle. When Wendell's reputation is threatened, will Peter sacrifice his freedom to protect the man he's grown to care deeply for, or is there another way for crafty Peter to save the day?

©2014 Bonnie Dee (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • Holly Fix
  • 18-02-19

Better than expected

I thought this would be too kitschy but it was really great. Nuanced characters, genuine emotional arcs, good narration.

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  • M. F. Hampton
  • 12-02-19

Cute Peter Pan retelling

I liked the linking of this story to Peter Pan. It was fun to see the characters from my childhood reflected in these people. Having said that, this was only a good story. I wanted more. I wanted to clap for Tink.