Full Disclosure by Tibby Armstrong ~ Audiobook Review by Queue

Title: Full Disclosure
Series: Hollywood, Bk 3

Author: Tibby Armstrong

Narrator: Noah Michael Levine

Publisher: Self Published

Cover Artist: Unknown

Story Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
Narration Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
Overall Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars

Release Date: 07/07/2016

Length: 03 hours 46 minutes

Genre: Contemporary, Gay Romance

Summary:

Weddings are stressful under the best of circumstances, which this certainly isn’t. Following the release of his debut movie, No Apologies, Greg Falkner is working hard to be a better man to fiancé, Aaron Blake. When their alma mater contacts Greg and asks him to serve as their celebrity auctioneer for an upcoming charity gala, he grudgingly accepts at Aaron’s urging.

Aaron admires the new man Greg has become yet craves the old independence of his lover. He’d love to strike a compromise in the relationship and hopes that returning to their beginning will help Greg lay some of his personal demons to rest.

Neither man anticipates the violence that will befall one of them, potentially changing both lives in unimaginable ways. What emerges from the darkness, through frustrations and determination, is a remarkable story of true love with Full Disclosure.

Story Review:

Another great installment in the Hollywood series by Tibby Armstrong.

Book three brings the focus back to Aaron and Greg and shows them attending a reunion at the high school where they met.

Both men find themselves stepping back into their high school personas regardless of everything that has happened since then. Aaron falls back in with the ‘cool’ kids where Greg feels estranged and lonely just like he did in the past. He has to face a lot of demons, most of which are internal and it was great watching him slay those dragons with Aaron’s help.

Watching Greg with his parents was very insightful into the character and I loved the scene on the dance floor.

Once more the sex between this couple is scorching hot and I love the BDSM lite aspect of their relationship.

Narration Review:

Noah Michael Levine seemed to have a better handle on the characters this time around and he did a great job in the first book. Little things like accents and inflections made Aaron and Greg seem even more realistic.

Links

Full Disclosure on Goodreads
Self Published
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Amazon CA
All Romance eBooks
Audible

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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