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Old 07-06-2018, 07:08 AM
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I started the first Spencer Cohen book on audio. I just love it because the narrator is Australian, so it sounds authentic. His American female voices though, are annoying.

I can't wait to get in the car and resume where I left off.
Yah! Enjoy it All that time to just listen to a book - yah !
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Yah! Enjoy it All that time to just listen to a book - yah !
Yes! A 3 hour drive with Spencer will be nice.
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Old 07-06-2018, 07:22 AM
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I believe it will be indeed Do you like the Australian accent?
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Old 07-06-2018, 09:23 AM
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I love it! Although I question if he’s a New Zealander. My sister live in Australia with her native husband and I have a friend from NZ and there’s a subtle difference in phrasing . I’m not 100% sure though. Spencer and I just stopped for coffee, so we’re on the road again. 😊
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I finally managed to read again finished book 4 and started book 5 of Tate and Logan
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Please don't me, but I can't finish Tate/Logan book 5. I keep trying, but I just can't get my head into it.
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Old 07-09-2018, 08:47 AM
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No way we would do that I just have started so at the moment it still is good for me.. lets see where it takes me

I already got me a new one Victoria suggested from Nicky James "Owl slumber" and since I loved her other books I'm quite curious about it. but first I want to finish the others
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so I finished book 5 and started the sixth... it wasn't bad at all in my eyes..

Deborah, when did you give up on it?I mean on what part of the story?
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soo.. I've finished all six books now..

already read "Owl's slumber" and the second book of the series "Shades of Darkness" which I both really can recommend and look forward to the third when it comes out..





and now I started a new one called "Jesse's smile" I'm one third in that book and I have to say it is really heartwarming and lovely, but also a little bit sad .. an other good read

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even if it is just me who postts here..

I finished JEsse's smile and I only can recommend it .. what a lovely lovestory with a lot of hidden meaning in it

then I just finished the first book of a two book series which I only recommend if you are resistant for all kind of trigers like child abuse, drugs and so on.. but the story was really good. brutal and heartbreaking..

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Please don't me, but I can't finish Tate/Logan book 5. I keep trying, but I just can't get my head into it.
Did you ever get into Deborah?

I have been reading heaps since I've beeb gone - don't totally know where to start with all of them that I have read but I have been reading Sloane Kennedy most recently and they're pretty good. She has heaps of books and they are all related some how so if you do read them you might want to start with book one of the whole series but I think they can all be read independently as well .

I read the Finding Series first and have also read the Pelican Bay first two books.

The other one is N. R. Walker and I have talked about her before - she has a few new ones out as well which are also very good too
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Oh wow Fiona they sound great. I have to check out the one or the other of those

I still read a lot of those books too, but I stopped posting all here cause I know you guys won't like them much. a lot of them have heavy content.

but at the moment I read kind of a autobiography



I'm only 35% in it, but it is really interesting to read how this guy found his way
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what's it about Daggi?
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It is about a guy who explains his own way of coming out.

He lived in denial for a long time, marrying his highschool sweetheart although he knew he liked to watch gay porn or was atrackted to men. now I just started the secind part "deceit" and he just started to accept that he is gay, but still tries to make it work with his marriage, which isn't the happiest of all cause he wants to be a dad, but his wie don't.. and it is mentioned already that he gets divirced from her at one point.. that's how far I am at the moment. the third part is about discovery, so my guess is he will find his love .. it is a pretty good read. so different to the others I read before cause there is no big dramatic writing in it, just desribing a life
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Sounds interesting I might have to look it up
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