- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 10 hours and 5 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Podium Publishing
- Audible.com Release Date: October 10, 2017
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075ZGZRTC
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Caveman: A Single Dad Next Door Romance Audiobook – Unabridged
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The main characters were adorable with their flaws and weaknesses. The hero tries to cling to the past and his guilts, while the heroine tries to break his walls with perseverance and love.
The dialogues are emotional and the lust between them over the charts. Add some angst and mystery to the mix, and you have an awesome book.
Bonus the extra book.
Octavia is one determined girl when it comes to do what needs to be done. She's in need of a job to help out her family and will even endure Matt's rudeness to keep it. His reputation definitely precedes him. But then she gets glimpses of the pain within him and starts to see him in a different light. But before they can can heal those inner wounds, danger lurks around the corner threatening everyone's safety.
Caveman is a standalone with its own HEA but characters do cross over from other of Jo's books. It's told in dual POV and narrated the same in audio which I love.
I managed to snag this on audio too and I have to say the narrators truly did an amazing job taking these characters to a new level.
This story tore me apart. My heart bled for all the characters during there struggles and leaped for joy when they finally got their happily ever after. I wanted to see Octavia get her future and Matt and his children to see they had a future. It was hard to see them get in their own way of their happiness. I'm glad I hung in there. It was a beautiful thing to see them realize their future. What a great read.