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Summary

Winner: Utopia Con LGBTQ+ Book of the Year 

"A romance novel meant for the masses. For all humans, for all readers, for all love." (Nicky F. Grant, award-winning author of Behind the Masks)

"EVERYONE needs to read this book! Riveting, electric, and poignant. Emma does not waste her words. Every sentence, every line of this story was magic." (Kate Stewart, USA Today best-selling author)

How long would you wait for love? 

Max Kaufman was kicked out of his home as a teen, and his life has been an uphill battle ever since. From addiction and living on the streets, to recovery and putting himself through nursing school, he’s spent the last 10 years rebuilding his shattered sense of self. Now he’s taken a job as a private caretaker to Edward Marsh III, the president and CEO of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Max soon learns Marsh’s multibillion-dollar empire is a gold- and diamond-encrusted web of secrets and lies. 

The longer Max works and lives with the Marsh family, the tighter the secrets tangle around him. And his heart - which he’s worked so hard to protect - falls straight into the hands of the distant, cold, and beautiful son of a dynasty....

Silas Marsh is set to inherit the family fortune, but his father is determined his heir be the “perfect” son. Before Silas can take over the company and end its shady business practices, he must prove himself worthy...and deny his true nature. 

Silas must choose: stand up to his father by being true to himself and his undeniable feelings for Max or pretend to be someone he is not in order to inherit everything. Even if it means sacrificing a chance at happiness and real love.

©2019 Emma Scott (P)2021 Emma Scott

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sigh, dnf

i loved the story, but when the sex scenes started, i lost interest. the narrators were fantastic, but i did not finish.

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Disappointed

This one is definitely not as good as When You Come Back To Me, although is has a LOT of similarities. There is no character development and both mc's are not fleshed out. All drama comes from homophobic occurrences and at 75% I really started sighing with every repetition of the same memory of Alaska.

The audio was imperfect. Zachary Johnson apparently edited his own audio, because he tried to replace several sentences with new recordings wich were made in a different ambience. Both the ambience and the volume change shocked me out of the story. Second abomination was the sound of trafic in some of his recordings, and with one track he forgot the noice reduction.

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  • Carol
  • 11-06-21

Best of the best

Greg Tremblay and Zachary Johnson deliver everything to this already outstanding story. Emma Scott has terrific writing chops to blend great primary and secondary characters, despair, love, angst, and pain. Every emotion has you praying Silas and Max can find their way through hell to one another. Dastardly father and sweet tormented brother with emotional/psychological issues. This is the second book I’ve listened to with narrator Zachary Johnson. He’s excellent. I hope we get more MM from him. Highly recommended.

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  • amber
  • 29-07-21

Tear jerking gut punching heart warming

HEA angst galore but worth it! 5 stars not a hot and heavy m/m sex book if that’s what your style is

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  • suedog
  • 21-07-21

Love

I loved this this story. She and Max are the cutest. Enjoyed that there were also great side characters like Eddie which I loved.

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  • James
  • 12-07-21

More Than a Simple Book

The major plot line of this book is obviously patterned on the Purdue Pharma OxiContin scandal. The major difference is in the book the owners of the company ultimately took responsibility for their company’s actions and made financial restitution for the aggressive marketing to their victims. In real life the extended family that owned Purdue Pharma forestalled legal action so they sold out their shares leaving the company’s corpse/assets and new owners to be consumed by bankruptcy judgements by the victim’s claims. In selecting the above plot line the author, Emma Scott, allows us to see the injustice between her fictional just solution and real life legal but morally unjust solution. She also provides a great background to set the love story of our two protagonists, Max and Silas. She also explores the horrors of addiction (Alcoholics’ Anomalous and Narcotics Anomalous) and PTSD gay deprogramming trauma. The audiobook is more then capably narrated by the team of Greg Tremblay and Zachary Johnson. The upshot is a great book that satisfies both on an emotional and intellectual level as well as the aesthetically pleasing narration.

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  • Ezinwanyi
  • 29-06-21

Conversion Therapy should be a crime


This novel was storytelling at it's finest. I have always enjoyed Emma Scott's work, but this audiobook is on another level of greatness. I was moved to tears but I smiled a lot at the same time. I thought Greg Tremblay and Zachary Johnson paired well together. It took me a minute because I wasn’t sure Silas’ voice fit but it grew on me as the story settled in. Eddie’s victorian accent was my absolute favorite voice. I finished this audiobook in a day!

Many of us take for granted the unconditional love we receive from our families. Affirmation isn't freely given to those who don't fit into the mold that parents or society doesn't see as normal. The result is a feeling of incompleteness and pain. "They promised us that if we changed, we'd be loved. That we could go home." In following the journey of Silas, Max and Edward, I am reminded of how badly we all want the acceptance and love of our families.

I loved both Max and Silas, but I admit that Eddie captured my attention immediately. There was subtle strength in his resistance to being marginalized. Everyone dismissed him but he saw and understood everything! The author did an awesome job developing the characters that I empathized with their predicament and rooted for their happiness. Each character from the protagonists to the antagonists evolved as the book progressed. Just following them navigate their lives as outcasts was emotional, yet informative especially concerning PTSD. I appreciated the lesson that they needed a little more than love to heal from their trauma. I am a firm believer in therapy and love so I am thankful that the author didn't sugarcoat the work that must be done to become whole again.

This audiobook was painful, but it also gave me such hope and joy. I loved everything about this story. Keep in mind that while this was a romance, the real message was about acceptance. This is definitely going on my favorites shelf.

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  • Rhoda M.
  • 29-06-21

I mean those 5 stars!

The book is excellent all by itself. However, Greg Tremblay & Zachary Johnson’s narration shot it to the stars. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent.

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  • Michelle
  • 29-06-21

A must read!

I loved everything about Silas and Max’s story. It was well written and the narration was excellent. Greg Tremblay never disappoints but adding Zachary Johnson made this story even better! Hope to hear this pairing again in the future.

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  • Brittany (A Bit Smutty Book Blog)
  • 28-05-21

All the love

I loved this story when it first came out in print and nothing has changed in Audible. An emotional story with amazing characters.

I’m a HUGE Greg Tremblay fan. His narration was perfection as always.

This was my first listen to Zachary Johnson and I’m a bit on the fence. I didn’t hate it but I didn’t love it. It did not deter me from the story though. His voice is just a lot deeper than what I normally prefer.

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  • xxBooksILovexx
  • 24-05-21

Another amazing MM romance by Emma Scott

Max & Silas were both pained by their parents denial of who they actually were. Love that they found each other and were both able to confront themselves & their parents. Loved their beautiful story! Perfect narration by Zachary Johnson & Greg Tremblay.