Author: Andrew Grey
Narrator: Randy Fuller
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: L.C. Chase
Story Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Narration Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Overall Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars
Release Date: 02/24/2016
Length: 06 hours 20 minutes
Genre: Contemporary, Gay Romance
Carlisle Cops: Book Three
Since the death of their mother, Josten Applewhite has done what he’s had to do to take care of his little brother and keep their small family together. But in an instant, a stroke of bad luck tears down what little home he’s managed to build, and Jos and Isaac end up on the streets.
That’s were Officer Kip Rogers finds them, and even though he knows he should let the proper authorities handle things, he cannot find it in his heart to turn them away, going so far as to invite them to stay in his home until they get back on their feet. With the help of Kip and his friends, Jos starts to rebuild his life. But experience has taught him nothing comes for free, and the generosity seems too good to be true—just like everything about Kip.
Kip’s falling hard for Jos, and he likes the way Jos and Isaac make his big house feel like a home. But their arrangement can’t be permanent, not with Jos set on making his own way. Then a distant relative emerges, determined to destroy Jos’s family, and Kip knows Jos needs him—even if he’s not ready to admit it.
This story is a perfect example of Andrew Grey. In my mind, when I think of this author, I think of good winning over bad, love conquering all, and a happy ending that leaves me feeling warm and fuzzy all over. Fire and Rain hit all those high points and reminded me why Andrew Grey is my go to for audiobooks when I need a pick me up and a book I know will give me that happy I need.
Brandilyn reviewed this one in ebook and I want to post her review here again because I agree with her wholeheartedly. Andrew Grey does what he does very well and this book was no exception.
Randy Fuller is just not a narrator I enjoy. His voices are grating, especially children’s voices, and I just don’t think he identifies with the stories he reads so they don’t come across as quality. He wasn’t a bad narrator, he just wasn’t the best and didn’t bring out the best in this story.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the audiobook of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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