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Taking You Home

Narrated by: Brian Pallino
Length: 7 hrs and 29 mins
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The man on his arm isn't nearly as scary as the man in the mirror. Hunter Willis' "Guy Town" passport was stamped and in as good working order as his Harley. Like a good Midwestern jock, he'd ride that manly machine to his construction job every day, even throw back a few beers with the boys. Hockey and baseball filled out his single-dude weekends. Then, summer heat worked its magic, and he fell in love with his best friend, sexy stockbroker Maxwell Daniels. The Harley is still in the garage, but the man is definitely - and lustily - out of the closet. As in tearing the door off its hinges. Now that Hunter's in love, he's in all the way. Even proposed - and Max has accepted. But before their dream wedding in Vermont next spring, they must face the greatest danger to their perfect love. Meeting the family. It's not just enduring the Daniels clan's magnifying glass. It's facing the deep, dark fears and secrets that are suddenly brought into sharp focus. Forcing them to decide if theirs is only a summer fling - or a love that can flourish even in the chill of winter.

Warning: This audiobook contains one hero's deep love for a bread machine, wedding day jitters, erotic cross-dressing - and absolutely zero bridezillas.

©2011 Cooper Davis (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • Juan Carrillo
  • 24-04-15

Home is were the heart is

The story has great moments however why the need to add a cross dressing aspect to max is beyond me. It felt to forced. Also yes we know hunter is bi however the focus on this is way to much in my view

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  • Chrissy
  • 17-06-20

love it

at first I had a really hard time with this book because I just can't believe how people treated them especially family... I had to keep reminding myself that this book was wrote quite a while ago and we have come very far as a country in our acceptance. is it cheesy yes but at the same time it's a cute love story

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  • Levin
  • 23-02-20

Cheesy, and boring story

This Max character and his family totally ruins the mood. Max appears as he can't stand up to his family.... borning, dull, and Max insecurities are just... yeah no.

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  • Damon
  • 16-02-20

Cheesey

The story is so lame and predictable. Obviously it’s two young twinks with no regard for anyone but themselves. I read half way through before I just really couldn’t take it any more

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  • M. F. Hampton
  • 08-03-19

Sweet, romantic conclusion to the story

It was so nice to read Hunter and Max's HEA. A very well done story with good amounts of conflict, handled in a believable way.