• by Nicola Haken
  • Narrated by Joel Leslie
  • 10 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Theodore Davenport decides to switch his mundane job for a career, he walks into Holden House Publishing with enthusiasm and determination to succeed. As he settles into his new role, makes new friends, and dreams of making it to the top, everything is going to plan. Until he meets James Holden, CEO of Holden House. James Holden hasn't been able to stop thinking about his encounter with the timid man he met in a club bathroom last week, and when he discovers the one haunting his dreams is an employee, he can't seem to stop himself from pursuing him. Just a little fun - that's what James tells himself. He can't afford to care for someone who can never reciprocate, not once they find out who he really is. James believes nobody deserves the burden of being attached to him. He's a complicated man. Damaged. Difficult. Demanding. Broken. Is Theodore strong enough to confront James' demons? More importantly, is James?
M/M romance. Not suitable for listeners under 18 years of age due to language and sexual content.
Please note: This book contains scenes of self-harm, mental illness, and suicidal ideation which may be uncomfortable for some listeners.


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What made the experience of listening to Broken the most enjoyable?

I have read this book before, but not listened until now, You get to feel each character feelings. I cried, I laugh I felt every emotion, outstanding

Which character – as performed by Joel Leslie – was your favourite?

James Joel put so much emotion into how James was feeling, utter draining. Just outstanding, you felt what the MCs feeling we're at each turning,

Any additional comments?

Joel Lelie once again was brilliant, for such a deep book, it is written so very well. I like the concept that you saw each other's feelings the dispares and the highs

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- Jackie Thorogood

Very moving

A great description of the way depression can affect not only the sufferer but also family and loved ones. I thought the narrator’s accent was not quite right and slightly Americanised with ‘genuine’ mispronounced and ‘counter ‘ used instead of the English ‘work top’. But altogether a great book and will listen again.
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- Peter

Book Details

  • Release Date: 19-06-2017
  • Publisher: Nicola Haken