TITLE: Out to Get You (audio)
AUTHOR: J.P. Oliver
PUBLISHER: Equal Love Publishing
GENRE: Contemporary Romance
RELEASE DATE: 2/20/19
An MM Gay Romance.
A man who has it all.
His sweet employee.
The eyes of the world watching their every move.
Whitt may have it all, but he’s missing one important detail—someone special. Too bad his current status makes it awkward to find someone who really understands him.
Yet when his perspective employee interviews, he can’t take his eyes off of him.
Reece has a talent with horses, one he’s cultivated since he was very young. This leads him to a billionaire’s boarding house and horse farm. His new boss is gorgeous – too bad he seems straighter than an arrow.
But when the media gets wind of a possible tryst between them, they’re forced to reconcile secret feelings for each other in short order or face ruin. Will they manage to do it in time?
This gay romance novel will capture your heart and lift it with Whitt and Reece. Due to sizzling hot scenes, this standalone Gay Romance is intended for adults only. Happily ever after guaranteed!
Narration: What can I say about Bump Turgeson, the narrator…yeah, no.
He has a great voice, don’t get me wrong. However, he sounds like a mix between Jeff Bridges and John Goodman, which threw me out of the story completely. I couldn’t finish listening to it. I wanted to get to the good parts, but when I finally did, I just had to turn it off. I have a mundane day-job, and need the stimulus of a book while I work, and this fell flat of that.
Story: So the 2.5 stars is for what little of the story I was able to listen to. It might be a 4 star later for me. I’ll be picking the book up and hopefully find the time to read it at some point.
With working 2 jobs, I don’t get a lot of actual reading time, so audibles are a godsend. But I think I’ll have to get to know these two guys via my Kindle.
For the parts I was able to get through, I liked the characters, Reece and Whitt. They seemed like an odd couple, but I love those.
***I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of listening this ARC. My review is an honest opinion of the book ***
Review edited by : Laura McNellis