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To Love and To Cherish Paperback – November 26, 2016
"I would recommend it to any reader who likes a well-made love story."
"I highly recommend this one as well as book one."
"I am sort of in awe with the way Albright is able, once again, to pull together so many different elements into a cohesive whole without making the reader feel overwhelmed." ~ "All in all, this is an excellent read! It's a quirky get-together that takes the common marriage-of-convenience trope and turns it into something infinitely sweeter by the clever use of the amnesia trope, culminating in a rather satisfying story."
"I love that I was able to take Nash and Emmitt's journey to finding each other and then finding so much more. This was a wonderful read."
"Fans of any kind of M/M romance will enjoy this story-you've got a lot of fun tropes thrown in here that all work together to result in a really good read."
"On more than one occasion I was tempted to skip to an end that left me with a lump in my throat."
--Freya, Sinfully MM Book Reviews
"A nurse practically left at the altar, a grouchy doctor and a meddling patient. What we get is a cute, kind of fluffy story that in the end, wraps up nicely." ~ "This was a sweet book."
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My thoughts on Gilmore's voice-over work here has left me rather torn. In the first two audiobooks, which I listened to one immediately after the other, it took a good, long while for me to get used to his rather droll and seemingly lackadaisical tone. That very same tone is back in this third audiobook, and this time around, I found myself wishing he added a proverbial pep to his step. It felt like I was listening to someone reading me a story in the same voice from start to finish, with very little variety, rather than me being engaged by a tale worthy of my undivided attention. I'm not saying Gilmore isn't a good narrator. He's rather commendable. But that's exactly what he is--a narrator and I was hoping for a storyteller. I also wasn't as enamored by the story itself as I was of 'Til Death Do Us Part and From This Day Forward. Having listened to both, I was hoping for more here. A bit fantastical in terms of story and a tad humdrum in terms of voiceover, To Love and to Cherish was a three-starred audiobook. ♥
This is the same vocal performer as in the first 2 books…not one of my favorites, but I’m picky. He did show some good emotion but there wasn’t much change between characters voices and there was a couple of times I was confused about who was speaking until it was called out.
Again I’m torn on this story…I think maybe the author’s writing style and I just don’t agree. I apologize if this is a bit spoilery but I don’t know how else to share my thoughts. I would have liked to read a little more about Emmett’s divorce and sexual orientation discovery. Did the wife cheat and then Emmett had an epiphany about his sexual orientation? Did the wife cheat because Emmett wasn’t an involved partner because of this discovery? Did he always have a suspicion but wanted to hide it? It’s mentioned that he’s happier now than he’s ever been…I’m guessing because he finally knows/accepts the truth and is in a ‘relationship’ that works for him. I don’t like that we’re expected to just accept the marriage didn’t work and he now knows he’s gay.
The way Emmett and Nash get together is iffy at best. The whole marriage of convenience thing didn’t work…especially as the story progresses and Emmett hints at feeling more. Emmett was NEVER on Nash’s radar because he understandably thought Emmett was straight and then in 3 weeks BAM…life-long love happens.
I do like Emmett…I just wish I knew more about him. I love his relationship with his grandfather. He was very patient and understanding with Nash while he recovered from the accident. As far as I can tell, he seems good for Nash. I still don’t like Nash much after listening to this follow up. He’s ok…just not my favorite. I’m glad he comes to terms with what happened with Sam. In the long run, I think he’ll be good for Emmett and they’ll have the love of a lifetime.
I’m clearly in the minority with this story…so take my review as it works for you.
Nash needs a new job, and Emmett (apologies if I've spelt it wrong, I listened! ) needs a live nurse for his grandfather. But Emmett also heard Nash say he wants love, a partner in life. Nash agrees to Emmett suggestion, and then is involved in a accident that causes him to lose the last four months. Nash falls in love with Emmett, and then his memories return.
I listened to this, David Gilmore narrates. He is a new to me narrator. Overall, I found him a easy to listen to narrator, his reading voice is deep and clear, and I had no trouble following what was going on with multiple character conversations. I DID find his voice for Nash came across a little too young sounding, and Harley and Oliver too, they came across too young, for me anyway. This is the only reason I gave the NARRATION 4 stars.
I liked the book, it was an easy listen. I liked that, while not telling Nash the whole truth about how they came together, Emmett did not LIE to Nash, when he couldn't remember.
I gave the book 4 stars because of one reason only. Only Nash has a say. Yes, yes yes I know I say it often enough, but I think if Emmett had been given a say, this would have been a 5 star read! Because, let's face it: Emmett is asking Nash to marry him, then Nash has his accident and Nash can SEE the love in Emmett's eyes when he looks at him. So Emmett MUST have had such deep feelings for Nash waaaaaaaaaaaaaay before this. And I NEEDED to hear from him, I really did.
New to me author and narrator, will certainly look for more.
4 stars for the book
4 stars for the narration
4 stars overall
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