Logan Moore is finally ready to come out of the closet. His days of playing football are far behind him, he has graduated from the Culinary Institute of America (CIA), and his bakery, Moore Delicious, is finally in the black. Although he spends more time talking to his cats than he does people, he technically has time for a social life now that he has hired two new employees. In short, Logan is completely out of excuses to stay in the closet, where it is warm and cozy and he never has to worry about how to dress, what to say, or who is watching. So he turns to his older brother's friend for guidance. And if that friend just happens to be his longtime crush and if one thing might lead to another...well, that would just be icing on the cake.
Chance Blevins is a math geek through and through, who is more than happy to spend his nights curled up with his dog, Luna. With a few toxic relationships in his past, Chance contents himself with friends with benefits and fantasies involving his best friend's very straight soon-to-be brother-in-law, Logan. Because of a verbal slip the day they met and a teasingly demanded vow of secrecy, he believes that Logan actually works for the CIA, making him even further out of his league. When Logan comes to him for help with what he can only assume is a cover identity, he is more than happy to oblige.
A Chance for Moore is a quirky friends-to-lovers, first-time gay romance between two sexy, pet-loving geeks. It has a happily ever after ending as well as a gratuitous car chase, obscene bachelorette party pastries, grown men dressing their "furbabies" in ridiculous hats, and truly terrible math-based innuendo.
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By Lulu on 05-01-18
I adored this book when I first read it and it was excellent in audio format! It’s just so god damn funny! Sean Lenhart is not a narrator I was previously familiar with but I just loved his voice right from page 1 and his narration style was wonderful.
The actual storyline was not particularly original on paper. Logan Moore who used to play football and was a typical jock in college until an injury led him to decide to go to culinary school instead and Chance Blevins his older brothers fiancés best friend have had a crush on each other for 5 years and when Logan decides to come out of the closet he enlists the help of Chance. However, what made this book truly stand out was how beautifully it was written and how well this translated in to audio and how laugh out loud funny it was throughout.
I just loved Chance and Logan, dual POV really helped in audio to show how they felt about each other and their chemistry was just so believable. There were several elements that could have been irritating such as Chance believing Logan was a spy due to a misunderstanding when they met whereby he believed Logan to be in the CIA when he in fact went to the Culinary Institute of America and a pretty major stalker issue but both were not dragged out or filled with unnecessary misunderstanding or angst.
There were times when I just wanted to bang both of their heads together and I wished they would just communicate better but it all added to the realism and believability. The secondary characters in this book were fantastic, there were loads of them but they were so well developed and each one added another layer to this story. Sean Lenhart seamlessly switched his voice between the many characters in this book which made it really immersive.
I loved it when Chance and Logan 'geeked out' and their text messages to each other were down right hilarious. I loved their pets and that one of their friends was crocheting head pieces for them. The epilogue was lovely, I love it when it is 5 years down the line and not just a few weeks or months so you get to see how their lives have truly worked out.
Cannot wait to listen to the next book in this series!
By Lusitania on 23-12-17
Take a Chance on this book
I loved this story. I hadn't read the book before listening to the audiobook, and I'm glad I didn't because I couldn't have done justice to Sean Lenhart's version. There are so many characters in this novel and Sean manages to makes them all individual and he brings to life all the fun moments. There is a lot of heart and lightness in this book and I loved listening to Logan and Chance's story come to life. A definite must read/listen.
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By Kate M on 21-10-17
This was my first book by Alex Miska, V.Soffer, and it won't be my last. The story was sweet, and it definitely had all the feels. The story is about Logan and chase. Logan is in the closet, and chase is out and proud. Logan has had a crush on chase since they met. Logan asks chase for some help, and there relationship starts. They have a few misunderstandings, but the story flows nicely. The narration was ok. I would definitely recommend this book.
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By Violet Marshall on 17-10-17
A Great Listen And A Great Book!
This is the first book in The Moore Romance Series. A delightful book the writing was amazing. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the book. I found the story and characters spellbinding. The characters were well developed and thought out. Chance and Logan are the MC’s of this book. With cats and dogs being fur babies. One reviewer said they had a problem with not knowing who some people were. In the prologue it says who Greg is. I didn’t have same problem I knew who people were. There was humor, Luna, Siamese Cats, a bakery, friends, family, a stalker, emotions, CIA and so much more in this book.
Here is a quote from the book, “So… you’re a Hugger.” Oh God. Could the ground just open and swallow me up? “Apparently!” Amelia chirped and squeezed my bicep. “So, we brought some muscle and the truck. Greg’s stuff is already inside but there’s plenty of room. All the other Moores will meet us at Greg and Dani’s new place. Take us to your boxes!” Chance waved us in…”Smoooooooth,” she teased.”. There is more but you will need to read the book which I can highly recommend. I voluntarily read an advance copy of this book for an honest review.
For The narration I have to say that I didn’t care for his voice. But that's ok that is very subjective to each person (like you prefer blue eyes to brown). But knowing that I can be very picky here I didn’t just stop listening. And I’m glad because he did an incredible job narrating this book. He was very expressive with the emotions and actions in the book. He also has different voices for each character. And these are two of the most important things for me in an audiobook. I also like how he did the text messages throughout the book that made it so the flow of the story went smoothly and there was no confusion. And I was able to completely enjoy this book with such great narration.
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