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I’d already read Well-Tailored so knew the main drama and events that would unfold for Thorne and Dash in this story. Being told from a different point of view and in more detail gave it an entirely different and more intense perspective. And who can resist more of Thorne and Dash together?
The main drama of this story revolves around their wedding preparations. The guys are busy at work and end up all stressed out. Being so tense about the wedding, they behave rather irrationally and have a major falling out over a certain issue. (No spoilers, but this didn’t quite work for me considering how these guys knew each other so well!) Of course, there are plenty of sizzling hot bedroom scenes, including the one where they make-up. The wedding works out just lovely in the end. Perfect for this perfectly matched pair. Overall a superb series with some very enjoyable writing.
Greg Boudreaux’s narration is spot on as always. I especially love the character distinction he makes between Thorne and Dash’s voices, the smoking hot intimate scenes, and his overall storytelling technique. Great job!
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If you could sum up Perfect Alignment in three words, what would they be?
Intense, Loving, Perfect!
Who was your favorite character and why?
I just adore Riley, he's so strong and doesn't even realize it. He also doesn't use the power he holds over Thorne to his advantage.
Have you listened to any of Greg Boudreaux’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have and it's just as good as any other story he's ever told.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I think the issue that arose and separated these two men briefly. The way it played out and the way it was handled by both sides was infuriating, but so believable. This spoke to the Author's writing talent and stood out for me, in a good way.
Any additional comments?
Thorne proposed to Riley. Riley accepted. Happy Ever After, right? Not so fast.
Thorne just wants to go down to city hall and say 'I do' but Riley, well he wants the big, perfect wedding. The two try to meet in the middle, but it's difficult and puts strain on their already frayed nerves. Riley still has trouble accepting any type of financial assistance from his fiance. The strain continues to pile up while they keep their true feelings bottled up for fear of upsetting each other. So, of course, there comes a breaking point. Riley will have to learn to accept the help of the man he's going to marry just as Thorne will have to learn to accept he can't just write a check for everything.
The passion and intensity with which these two men love each other is clearly conveyed by both the Author and then brought to life by the narrator, something anyone else that has listened to Thorne and Dash's books has come to expect. Loved the push and pull between the characters and how everything played out, even if there were a couple of times I wanted to smack Thorne upside the head and tell him to pull it out of his ass.
Boudreaux really immerses himself into each and every character in the story. You can almost feel their happiness, joy and pain with the way he uses every tone, inflection and nuance necessary to bring the story to life in your mind while you're listening. Definitely a must listen series. This isn't a stand alone story though. If you haven't listened to the previous books, you really must start at the beginning.
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