Summary

Blue: When my ex walks into the resort bar with his new husband on his arm, I want nothing more than to prove to him that I've moved on. Thankfully, the sexy stranger sitting next to me is more than willing to share a few kisses in the name of revenge. It gets even better when those scorching kisses turn into a night of fiery passion.
The only problem? Turns out the stranger's brother is marrying my sister later this week.
Tristan: I have one rule: no messing with the guests at my vineyard resort. Of course, the one exception I make turns out to be the brother of the woman my brother's about to marry. Now we're stuck together for a week of wedding activities, and there's no avoiding the heat burning between us.
So fine, we make a deal: one week. One week to enjoy each other's bodies and get it out of our system. Once the bride and groom say I do and we become family, it'll all be over between us. Right?
Fair warning: Blue and Tristan's story contains smoking hot scenes of man parts touching, pee-in-pants descriptions of grannies cursing, and the sweet improbability of two strangers finding their happily ever after when they least expect it.
Borrowing Blue is the first in the new Made Marian series. Each book tells the story of one of the Marian brothers' search for true love and can be listened to as standalone or as part of the series.
©2016 Lucy Lennox (P)2016 Lucy Lennox
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5 out of 5 stars
By choccygrl on 22-01-18

A joy to listen to

This was excellent full of tropey pretend boyfriend goodness and just enough angst to make you worry about the boys getting their HEA. The narrator handles the story with gusto and distinctive voices for all concerned.
Will definitely be picking up the next book in the series.

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5 out of 5 stars
By cusoon on 06-01-18

Enthralling

This series is really enjoyable and I love the way each book, character and background intertwine. You do start feeling like one of the Marian family...or wishing to be a part of it. It’s easy to associate yourself with certain characters. The narration is wonderful and bolsters each character so well that they bounce out of the book and into your imagination.

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4 out of 5 stars
By DCG on 06-02-17

Good story but.....

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, the story is well written, fun, and the narration by Michael Pauly is top notch.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Borrowing Blue?

The bar scene when the two main characters meet for the first time. This scene sets the pace for the rest of the book.

Which character – as performed by Michael Pauley – was your favorite?

Tristan, he was the most complex of the bunch and that's saying a lot.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Another gay movie with good looking white privileged men that have no real problems.

Any additional comments?

I liked the story, it was fun and the narration took it to another level. The problem I have is the main characters; while likable it's the same old tired formula: two successful and incredibly good looking white guys, with amazing bodies, great personalities find each other and make a connection in their perfect privileged worlds. Throw in some trivial self-worth obstacles to make them seem like their three-dimensional and you've got another white-washed story about gay true love. Way to mix it up folks.


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4 out of 5 stars
By Smitten with Reading on 11-07-17

A- rating overall

My Review:
Overall: 4.25
Performance: 4.5
Story: 4.0


This is the first book I've read by this author and I really liked it. On the surface, this is not a romance that should happen. Tristan isn't gay...at least not that he's ever admitted. Yes, he did a bit of experimentation in college, but then he met his wife, and then the interest in men was never there...until Blue.

Blue is at Tristan's vineyard for his brother's wedding. He immediately is drawn to Tristan, but doesn't understand how Tristan can be so new to all this, but yet so accepting and adventurous about it all. Note...I kind of loved that about Tristan. He really is a laidback guy who's up for anything.

The book was fun. The setting was incredible...hello, sexy vineyard. The dichotomy of both families being here was interesting, especially in the contrasts between Tristan's and Blue's acceptance. I loved the whole Marian clan and can see how this series is setting up so well. Note: the scenes that make up Tristan's 'coming out' were hilarious and unexpected. I kept laughing out loud.

I liked this one and am immediately going to go grab book #2.

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