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Summary

Missing Pieces series, book two

Justin's recovery is slow, but any step forward is a win in Dallas' eyes. Having always been a source of strength for Justin, even before the accident, Dallas is trying to find his feet again as he struggles to get some normalcy back in their lives.

But now, with added financial pressures and Justin's ongoing medical needs, Dallas isn't sure how much longer he can be the strong one.

As missing pieces of Justin's memory return, Justin realizes the physical side of their relationship is another piece of the puzzle he desperately wants to put back together. And as he gets to know Dallas all over again, he realizes what his mind can't remember, his heart can't forget.

©2020 N.R. Walker (P)2020 N.R. Walker

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3.5 stars nice story

This was a nice continuation to the story. I wish all three books were grouped together as one credit as then it would seem like a good deal, but instead it feels a bit lacking as this instalment wasn’t enough by itself. There were several lines that were repeated and should have been caught by the sound editor too. I might listen to the third book one day if I can’t find anything else to listen to, but I won’t rush to buy it.

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Another great narration from Glen...

***Audio Review***

Thought Glen Lloyd did a great job. My only niggle was that some of the lines were unexpectedly repeated, so not sure whose fault that was, but honestly, it was a minor problem and didn't stop me from listening.

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Five well-deserved gold stars!! I am seriously in love with this series. I do have trouble with some of Nic's couples cos I never know who is my fave and where they appear in my own personal pecking order, but Dallas and Justin are right up there with Charlie and Travis, and Spencer and Andrew for me. The characterisations are just superb...there is SO MUCH LOVE on every page from Dallas in particular that it's no wonder I've been teary-eyed all day [but that might also have something to do with the fact that I was partying last night, celebrating LIVERPOOL'S first Premiership title in 30 years AND at home of course].

So happy that the hope I felt at the end of book 1 translated itself into the narrative of this one...LOVED IT TO BITS. Well done Nic.

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  • 04-09-21

The romance continues!

I honestly love that Nr broke this story up into 3 books - adds so much more depth and nuance to the romance! Justin and Dallas are so sweet together.

Loved the narration in this just as much as in the first.

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  • 10-03-21

Good, but definitely a middle book

Justin continues to recover and get to know Dallas again in this book. It is a mostly hopeful read with a few minor set backs. I really like them as a couple and it was good to see their progress even if it felt more like a bridge between books 1 and 3 than it’s own compete story.
I also like the narration, but there are a few editing errors (repeated sentences/phrases) that stuck out to me.