Beneath the Stain
- Narrated by: Nick J. Russo
- Length: 16 hrs and 36 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-04-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Between the heartbreak of leaving Grant and the terrifying, glamorous life of rock stardom, Mackey is adrift and sinking fast. When he's hit rock bottom, Trav Ford shows up, courtesy of their record company and a producer who wants to see what Mackey can do if he doesn't flame out first. But cleaning up his act means coming clean about Grant, and that's not easy to do or say. Mackey might make it with Trav's help - but Trav's not sure he's going to survive falling in love with Mackey.
Mackey James Sanders comes with a whole lot of messy, painful baggage, and law-and-order Trav doesn't do messy or painful. And just when Trav thinks they may have mastered every demon in Mackey's past, the biggest, baddest demon of all comes knocking.
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By Alexander Sutherland on 06-07-15
What made the experience of listening to Beneath the Stain the most enjoyable?
This was a nice book. Themes of drug addiction, family ties, getting over adolescent love-affairs and homophobia all dealt with in a fairly meaningful way. An effort was also made to develop the characters beyond 1 dimension so all in all a good book - and more so compared to some of the nonsense you can find in this genre. I enjoyed listening to this!
What does Nick J. Russo bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Super narration overall.
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By Donald on 02-10-15
Amy Lane at her best...
As a huge fan of Amy Lane's writing ability, Beneath the Stain equaled her many exceptional stories that have become a part of my little world. I read one review that stated that this book "wreaked" the reader and I think that is an excellent descriptor for the intense components of the story. I was indeed WREAKED, emotionally. Not that I am surprised by that fact. This story, as with most of Lane's stories, had me reaching every gambit of emotion that flows in the stream of emotions. I laughed, I sighed, I cried, I smiled, I frowned, I cried, I sobbed (like a little girl), and then I smiled again. Nick J. Russo's narration was fantastic and helped to put me in the middle of this story. Mackey and Trav's story mixed with the supporting characters provided a journey that one must take. Overcoming heartache is a bitch and sometimes at the end of that path, light shines anew...loved,
loved, loved this story. Did I mention that I loved this story! Certainly would recommend!!!
11 of 11 people found this review helpful
By L. Antoine on 16-04-15
Yes, it made me cry again!
If you could sum up Beneath the Stain in three words, what would they be?
How do I love this book. It will make you ache, cry, smile and fall in love. I know that what Amy Lane offers is always good, but this book is so much more. Joy in epic proportions.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Men in Love
8 of 8 people found this review helpful