• by Z. A. Maxfield
  • Narrated by Gomez Pugh
  • 8 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jeff Paxton came home from Afghanistan looking to put down roots. Instead his pregnant sister talks him into a job babysitting the volatile megastar Nigel Gasp. Nigel is stubborn, needy, and determined to be the center of attention everywhere he goes. Before long, Jeff realizes that something is bothering Gasp, and that keeping him out of trouble might be more difficult than he thought.
Nigel never planned on getting old. He simply assumed a hard drinking, hard partying lifestyle would take care of that. Now that he's turning 40, he's depressed and a little bit desperate. To Nigel, 40 seems like a fine age to deposit his DNA and check out while he's still on top.
The last thing Jeff needs is to fall in love with Nigel Gasp. The last thing Nigel expects is a whole new reason to live. But how can Jeff put down roots with a man who is never in the same place twice?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

A rock god's romance

The e-book was great but it was Gomez Pugh who elevated this audio book to great.
As the title states it's a love story. Even rock stars like Nigel need 'the one'
The book has some funny crazy moments mixed in with the poignant.
A gentle romance with no over the top angst. Just two people like many of us who find it hard to trust that they might be worth loving.
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- MissWallE

Excellent Narration!

What did you like most about Gasp!?

Without a doubt it was the excellent narration

Who was your favorite character and why?

Jeff, who was slightly flawed but was a good guy

Have you listened to any of Gomez Pugh’s other performances? How does this one compare?

This was my first time listening to Gomez Pugh

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There were a couple, particularly near the end, so I won't say which they were so as not to spoil it for anyone who hasn't listened to Gasp.

Any additional comments?

An enjoyable enough story, but doubt I would have enjoyed it as much if it wasn't for the excellent narration. Gomez Pugh really surprised me, especially with the variety of accents, especially the English one - which really surprised me as being English I wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was. I would definitely recommend this book, if only for Gomez Pugh's narration

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- S. E. Errington

Book Details

  • Release Date: 29-07-2015
  • Publisher: Lauralyn Thompson