Winter Oranges

  • by Marie Sexton
  • Narrated by Nick J. Russo
  • 8 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jason Walker is a child star turned teen heartthrob turned reluctant B-movie regular who's sick of his failing career. So he gives up Hollywood for northern Idaho, far away from the press, the drama of LA, and the best friend he's secretly been in love with for years.
There's only one problem with his new life: a strange young man only he can see is haunting his guesthouse. Except Benjamin Ward isn't a ghost. He's a man caught out of time, trapped since the Civil War in a magical prison where he can only watch the lives of those around him. He's also sweet, funny, and cute as hell, with an affinity for cheesy '80s TV shows. And he's thrilled to finally have someone to talk to.
But Jason quickly discovers that spending all his time with a man nobody else can see or hear isn't without its problems - especially when the tabloids find him again and make him front-page news. The local sheriff thinks he's on drugs, and his best friend thinks he's crazy. But Jason knows he hasn't lost his mind. Too bad he can't say the same thing about his heart.

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Customer Reviews

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A beautiful story

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

The story was so endearing, There were some great laugh out loud moments and a few times I had tears of sadness or joy in my eyes


What was one of the most memorable moments of Winter Oranges?

When Ben wanted to know who shot J.R.


Have you listened to any of Nick J. Russo’s other performances? How does this one compare?

I bought the book because Nick J. Russo was the narrator. I've heard a couple of his other performances and I have to say that he is very good. A narrator can bring a book to life in so many ways, but a bad narrator can kill a story. Nick is the former. I'm sure I'd have enjoyed the story if I'd had read it in book form myself, but Nick gave his reading so much gusto I couldn't press stop on the player.


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

Yes, but I don't want to give any spoilers


Any additional comments?

This was such a great story and so well narrated. As I have said, I was looking for books narrated by Nick J Russo when I found this story. I am now currently listening to Marie Sexton's Trailer Trash and I am sure that I will be checking more of her audio books out in the future.

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- Andrew G

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-12-2016
  • Publisher: Riptide Publishing