- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 7 hours and 29 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: March 22, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BFHKQ82
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The Billionaire's Touch: The Sinclairs, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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I liked Evan from the first time I met him in the earlier books, maybe because you knew there was a strong story behind the strong man. He is all that big brother protective guy we all know, but the depth of his issue if you will is unexpected. Randi is a great gal and good friend like so many teachers she finally see's Evan for what he deeply is, a lost and hurt boy. They fit well together and in so many ways don't really see it themselves at first even when others do.
This is where I'm going to say, yes you can read this book alone without having read the other books, but why do that to your self. Each book in the series cannot help but build upon the other. go meet all the brothers..so stop and go grab book 1 first.
How do I say this without giving away the story...well here goes. The author hit on so many real levels about the issue that Evan has had to live with his whole life and how he has made things work for him successfully. There are so many great programs out there for kids to help with this process, but when it comes to being an adult with this issue and dealing with the work place it's not an easy road and is often ended due to the issues.
As the saying goes' when God gives us a challenge He often blesses us with other strengths. IT's finding those strengths, living with the high they give us and learning that the issues that make us different do not make us broken or dumb. We all learn to over compensate for our weaknesses, to hid them and at times laugh at them to help the hurt or disappointment go away. To quote a friend when she said ---"Just once I would like to write something without it being an issue at work or be on a deadline that works out or that did not get messed up or confused, cause I missed it in my review of what needed to happen and when it needed to happen. How dumb do I feel when things like this happens."
Your description of Evan was often on point to how a person deals with or learns to deal with this life long issue. But also the emotional stress that follows you all your life.
Those who know me know that I tend to skim the numerous sex scenes and F words but for those who care - they will be delighted with the frequency.