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Indie Radio 113.9 (2013)

by Saura Underscore(Favorite Author)
3.31 of 5 Votes: 4
1623804442 (ISBN13: 9781623804442)
Dreamspinner Press
review 1: 3.25 KissesI admit the blurb intrigued me from the start. I know from personal experience I’ve heard several DJs’ voices and thought they sounded sexy, so I immediately jumped at the chance to read and review this book.One thing I really liked about the book was Jacob’s character. He is an American who is living, working and going to college in London. He’s a likeable, average guy who for months now has harbored a crush on a local DJ, Ethan Moore. Jacob makes sure he doesn’t miss any of Ethan’s shows and has an active fantasy that he visualizes about him. Even though Jacob has no idea what Ethan looks like…he doesn’t care. There is something compelling and attractive about Ethan’s voice and personality that really calls to Jacob. When they happen to meet ... moreone night, Jacob is very surprised and pleased that Ethan is everything he ever thought he’d be and more.Both men really seemed to have a genuine affection for each other. I really enjoyed reading their story, but I have to admit when I finished it, I was left wanting more. The story jumped around a lot. Jacob does a lot of reminiscing about their life together and because of it; we don’t really get to experience these two men living their life together. I missed this, and really wished that in the end the book had been longer and there were more details of this couple’s life together.All in all I did like this book. I liked these two men and enjoyed the scenes they were together. If you are looking for a quick read with likeable heroes¸ this is definitely a book for you to consider. Indie Radio 113.9 is the first book I’ve read by Saura Underscore and it won’t be my last. I did like the author’s voice and thought she connected well with her characters.
review 2: What a cute and sweet little novella. Told from Jacob’s perspective we are treated to a romance of misunderstanding, bad decisions, and what one man is willing to do to make things right.Jacob and Ethan are adorable together, the kind of couple that we want to smack and tell to get a room almost as much as we wish that we were part of a couple just like them. I loved that the crush that Jacob had on Ethan turned into a relationship. It’s not stalking if they’re flattered instead of filing a police report.I enjoyed the disc jockey aspect and how the author used the time that Jacob spent listening to Ethan to build our sense of who Ethan is and to help us to fall for him just a little as well.While the novella is short at 80 pages it was a fun story that picked up speed and had you rooting for these sweet boys to find a way back together.Reviewed by Nina less
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1.5 stars - I wasn't a fan of the author's style of storytelling, but that's just me.
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