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Play it by Ear (Replay Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 217 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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- File Size : 2062 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 217 pages
- Publication Date : June 29, 2018
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07F58W6HD
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #136,223 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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He decides to go to Florida, where almost a decade ago he spent a weekend with a man he hasn't been able to get out of his mind. Knowing that the man obviously hadn't wanted him after that weekend. He still thought he might find the peace he needs there.
Dawson lost his hearing and parts of his past in an automobile accident. He memory a series of blanks that he can't piece together. He knows he misses writing and music. Obsessive about keeping track of what he does everyday. He won't lose time again.
When Lando accidentally finds Dawson he is devastated that Dawson doesn't remember him. When he learns what happened he decides that even though he lost him once it won't happen again.
I liked that even though Lando seemed like the strong one (in the first book) he was just as fragile as Lincoln. I enjoy this authors ability to take a wounded character and make them so much stronger by giving them someone to take care of and love. Definitely read the books in order.
Lando, the bass player for Downward Spiral, is introduced in Lincoln and Jace’s book, Face The Music, the first book in the Replay series. (Which is a fantastic book btw.)
You feel Lando’s sorrow like a living thing, but until you meet Dawson, you never really understand the depth of his loss and sorrow.
Dawson is one of those characters who will grab hold of your heart and, I can honestly say, won’t let go of it until the end of this series. And Lando’s right ther behind him.
I thought nothing could top the first book, but I was happily wrong. I also have to give props to Kyleen for the book Dawson reads and the tattoo artist Lando uses!
It's the second in the Replay series, which seems to be happening pretty much concurrently with the first, following the travails of the band Downward Spiral, a prescient name if there ever was one. If you enjoyed the first book, you should love the second. And if you haven't read the first one, Face the Music, then start there. The third one's out, too, and boy, is it hot. Good stuff by the author of the popular Heathens Ink series.
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Lando makes a trip to see if he can find his lost love and when he finds him, Dawson doesn't even remember meeting the star.
What I found so endearing was Lando's absolute acceptance of Dawson as he is today. Finding out that Dawson is deaf changes nothing for him, he just starts to learn ASL.
Throughout the book, Lando keeps up a silent support and encouragement of Dawson, drawing him out of his shell and reminding him of the man he was. He does this though without trying to change who he is now and this is is probably his most endearing quality for me. It allows Dawson to start reclaiming himself and take some risks. I loved watching Dawson grow in confidence and seeing these two beautiful men find happiness in each other was totally heartwarming.
If you have never read one of K.M.Neuhold's books, then I highly recommend you pick up any of her books
Dawson has been struggling for 9 years from the accident that left him deaf, with hazy memories of the years before the accident, but absolutely zero recollection of the weekend right before it occurred. And no-one seems to be able to fill in those blanks and tell him what he was doing, where he was or who he was with. Once a passionate writer, words now escape him. What he does have is his strange obsession with one of the members of Downward Spiral - Lando. A man who features in his dreams in ways that almost seem real....
Lando is lost - the band is falling apart and he can no longer find any words to write. His muse is long gone. What was an amazing weekend, where he was sure he felt a soul connection and that the feeling was mutual, now haunts him. Taunted with the one that got away - with the man who never called despite promising to - Lando decides to make the most of his break and head to Florida for some inspiration, and maybe to hunt down his muse. He didn't expect to actually find Dawson, but his immediate feelings of hope are dashed when Dawson doesn't recognise Lando except as the famous artist he is. There is still a connection and chemistry between them, and as they spend more time together Lando can't help but fall for the man Dawson is now. Can Lando convince Dawson that this is more tham a holiday fling?
The navigation of their new relationship was beautiful to read, as were the flashbacks to when they met those fateful 9 years earlier. Lando is such a beautiful soul which I did not expect from a rock star. He is constantly putting everyone else's happiness and feelings above his own, which has led to the feelings of resentment he has towards his fellow band members. I loved watching him become more self assured, and find himself with Dawson as inspiration. Watching Dawson trust not only someone new, but also himself, made for a beautiful read too. These men are amazing together and I'm very keen to see how their journey progresses in the future.
Loving this series and can't wait to read about the rest of the band! A definite recommend from me!