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If you could sum up Loving Mr. Daniels in three words, what would they be?
Beautiful, Heartwarming, Unforgetable
Who was your favorite character and why?
Mr. Daniels was my favorite character.
What about Vikas Adam and Jennifer Stark ’s performance did you like?
I have listened to many audio books with good narrators. However, the narration on this book was supurb
Any additional comments?
This has to ne one of the best novels I have read in years. You will miss out on a great love story if you pass this one up
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
A breathtaking NA romance as 22 yr old Daniel and 19 yr old Ashlyn knew what it was like to grieve - and grieve hard.. as the rest of the world laughed and got on with their own lives.. unaware of the turmoil, the sorrow - and the guilt that consumed these broken and very complex people. However, a chance meeting would bring these two lost souls together and like would find like through mutual attraction, through their shared grief, through sizzling chemistry.. and through Shakespeare's meaningful words. But unfortunately Fate stepped in and threw a major spanner into their budding intense relationship and the reality of their impossible situation would create a tsunami that would bring drama, angst, many tears and much heartbreak. And, as the deadly waters receded, the emotional wreckage that was left behind could only be healed by time.. so they sacrificed their todays now for a chance of tomorrows sometime in the years ahead.
This is NOT a happy feel good romance - it's gritty, it deals with death, grief and all that comes with the premature loss of loved ones - either by disease or by the actions of another - but the result is the same.. a gaping whole, a shattered heart and broken dreams. However, it IS a beautiful NA love story that'll touch your soul, break your heart and then piece it back together again to make a story that was compelling, beautiful and unforgettable too. The sex wasn't over done and the tender words shared between these star-crossed lovers sears your soul.. as does the gay step-brother's dilemma of coming out and all the hurtful heartbreaking scenes that followed. Daniel was broken, damaged, gorgeous, thoughtful, caring, sexy and the Lead Singer of Romeo's Quest and Ashlyn was lost, lonely, alone, abandoned and broken too. Together they healed and found the other half of their soul. Dual POV, great narration and a storyline that had a few surprises up its sleeve that I never saw coming.
Worth a credit? I don't usually like NA but I do like Brittainy Cherry and she absolutely floored me with this unique, moving, memorable and very creditworthy listen.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful