- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 10 hours and 1 minute
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Robert Winter Books
- Audible.com Release Date: February 7, 2018
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079LFVX1B
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September: Pride and Joy, Book 1 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Robert Winter has written these characters with such depth of feeling. I mourned with David. I felt his loneliness. I understood his belief that he had had his one shot at happiness and love.
But...serendipity, karma or the alignment of the stars stepped in and gave him a chance at a new beginning. He just had to believe he could have that deep connection with another soul mate. He had to come to terms with his loss and believe he could find happiness again with another man, a younger man.
That connection, that tentative exploration of "what if" happens gradually and builds as his heart begins to open up to Brandon, a man more than twenty years his junior. The pull between the two men is undeniable but fraught with obstacles real and imagined. Both David and Brandon have to overcome their fears and prejudices. Feelings of worth, the age gap, their status in lifestyle and the opinions of friends. All these road blocks are written in such a way as to be wholly believable. The obstacles and fears both men faced rang true.
As with most true life relationships, the happiness you've come to believe in hits a snag. Will you be able to overcome this devastating blow to your happiness? Will this mean the end of your relationship or will it bring you closer in the end?
There is so much emotional feeling in David and Brandon's love story and every one of them rings true. Nothing feels contrived or written to fill a quota of word count like some authors seem to do.
Robert Winter has written a love story that flows with honest feelings and understanding of the human heart. This is a well written story of love finding a way to ever lasting happiness with the one person who makes you whole. A beautiful love story and one I will read again.
PS The cover is spot on.
Robert Winter has written a tantalizing May-December romance. This is a 4.5 star story that would’ve been five stars if for a few quirky POV issues hadn’t cropped up and some editing issues. The secondary characters could’ve been flushed out more, adding complexity to their roles, but it’s a great story for any reader who loves male-male romance. Yes, a recommend for me.
This book is not about he characters being gay that happens to be a great story. This is a great story where the characters happen to be gay. The story is well-written, which is not always the case these days. The characters are well-developed and real. The dialogue is easy and not contrived. The sex scenes are meaningful. In the fake world of explicit tab A in slot B, we have forgotten that sex means something. Robert Winter did not forget. I am a reader who does not waste time with meaningless sex for its own sake, and I often just skip those thoughtless pages. That was not the case with this book, I read every word, I felt every feeling, and I cried every tear that the characters did. I can't wait to read more by Robert Winter.
Robert Winter--If you have written under another name, I need to know that name.