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Encore

Encore

Written by Ruth Clampett

Narrated by Eric London


Encore

Written by Ruth Clampett

Narrated by Eric London

ratings:
4/5 (9 ratings)
Length:
9 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Dec 5, 2017
ISBN:
9781541486980
Format:
Audiobook

Description

When shy programmer, Charlie, is dragged to a "Magic Mike" club in Hollywood by his co-workers, the last thing he expects is to be pulled onstage. But when he's approached by Ramon, a dancer whose only focus is to bring him pleasure, something awakens in Charlie that can't be denied.

Yet heated attraction only goes so far when one man dreams of true love and a life finally fulfilled, and the other is still grieving the one he lost, and the mistake that cost him everything.

Can a realist and a dreamer from two different worlds move forward and build a future together, or will their painful pasts keep them from fulfilling their destiny?

Contains mature themes.

Publisher:
Released:
Dec 5, 2017
ISBN:
9781541486980
Format:
Audiobook


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  • (3/5)
    It was okay, but suffered a lot from the “drama scenarios are a little too out there” and “extreme jealousy with bad communication” like from Unforgiven. I liked the idea of Charlie having a supportive sister but the way that they interact didn’t feel very sibling like besides the fact that they cared about each other. I had to skip a few scenes because the drama was so bizarre or predictable that it made me roll my eyes and I didn’t want to bother. Again, I didn’t like the jealousy issues, which also stem over from Unforgiven. I also felt like Eric London kept forgetting what kind of voice he gave Ramon as it would start one way and then end up sounding more like his regular voice. Less sex scenes than in Unforgiven, which I was more than fine with at first, and then I felt like they had just been replaced with the meh drama/conflict scenes and I kinda wished there were more.