Making Nice

  • by Elizah J. Davis
  • Narrated by Michael Ferraiuolo
  • 10 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Twins Blake and Bianca Dunlap have always been there for each other, ready to lend support and make sacrifices. Blake can't imagine a bigger sacrifice than getting along with Bianca's fiancé, Matt. Matt turns out to be more than the meathead Blake had dismissed him as, but Matt's best friend, Ryan Everett, is a different story. Ryan seems intent on being an insufferable jerk as often as possible. The fact that Blake is undeniably attracted to Ryan only makes the whole situation more annoying.
Since they'll all be stuck together for the long haul, Blake is determined to make nice. Unfortunately he overshoots, and he and Ryan end up on much friendlier terms than Blake intended. While he and Ryan agree there's no harm in having a strings-free fling, that changes when Matt and Bianca find out about it. As more complications arise, Blake and Ryan become more determined to do what it takes to avoid letting them down. But the only way to ensure getting through a joyous wedding and avoiding the questions neither of them wants to answer is to convince everyone it's something more.


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Customer Reviews

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Grammatically poor

I can see how the plot could be really good, but the execution of the story is poor.
Although the amorous scenes are very well done, the rest of the book doesn't have a great standard. I often found myself getting very confused with the characters, not fully understanding their relationships.
There were also a number of grammatical errors that kept jumping out at me, although that is me being very picky, it meant that I couldn't get fully immersed into the story.
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- Davidsmanson

Great narration, good story

Despite little differentiation between the character voices, the skill with which the book was read more than made up for it. Funny in places, sweet, and in one spot it made me tear up, but sometimes the story felt too drawn out, and I wanted to slap Blake on more than one occasion. Still, well worth the credit, and a book I would recommend for the narration alone.
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- Geraldine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 24-07-2015
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC