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His Saint: A Forever Wilde Novel

Written by: Lucy Lennox
Narrated by: Michael Pauley
Length: 9 hrs and 27 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Augie

I don't need anyone's protection. I'm fine. But to appease my sister after a home invasion, I agree to take self-defense lessons. They just so happen to be with a big, muscled former navy SEAL who may or may not be everything I've always daydreamed about but never thought I could have.

And he's dead set on looking out for me even when things in my life suddenly get complicated. Between the increasing threats against me and pressure from my wealthy family to be someone I'm not, I'm having a hard time keeping it together. As I begin to fall apart, I lose faith I'll ever meet anyone who'll want a mess like me - much less meet someone strong and capable like Saint Wilde.

The more time I spend with him, however, the more I realize he's not as put together as he seems. And I begin to wonder...while Saint's busy looking after everyone else, who's looking after him?

Saint

After my big, fat mouth gets me in trouble with a high-profile client, my boss takes away the bodyguard gig and sends me back to my hometown to give one of society's elites a few lessons at a local gym. Babysitting an antiques nerd is hardly my idea of a good time, but as soon the attractive, petite man walks into the workout center, I nearly trip over my own feet.

He's effing adorable.

And absolutely scared to death.

He won't tell me what's spooked him, but I won't rest until I find a way to take the fear out of his gorgeous eyes. Even if defending Augie means I have to stop protecting my own heart.

His Saint is the fifth book in the Forever Wilde series but can be listened to out of order. Beware, it includes 90,000 words of delicious man parts touching, grandfathers meddling, sassy siblings, cats mrrp-ing...and one Stevie.

©2018 Lucy Lennox (P)2018 Lucy Lennox

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This book is actually 2 love stories in one

I really liked this book. Saint and Augie are great together. This book had everything from love and drama to humor.

There are actually 2 love stories in this. The 2nd being an added bonus. It was really sweet as well but I won't spoiler who.

It was great hearing about the other characters from the other books and where they are now.

This book had a lot of drama. The whole thing with Augie and I thought the reasoning behind it all was rather weak. If you're going to have that much drama it better be for a better reason than that but regardless the plot that followed was really interesting. I loved that Sainte was so protective of his Augie. Yes it's his job but he def took a special interest. if you're just lookimg for a love story with raunchy sex this isn't it. With everything going on there's aren't a lot of scenes and a lot of them are more the cute quick kind with more handies than anything thrown in

I was a little disappointed with the bonus scene after the epilogue. It seemed like a wasted opportunity to pop a question given the scene description.

There's a good news bomb dropped that I won't spoiler but I loved hearing and some added mystery/drama surrounding Grampa which doesn't get resolved but I must find out about. so I can't wait til Grandpas book comes out. Overall this book was super interesting.

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  • ❤️ Cyndi Marie ❤️
  • 2019-07-26

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Augie & Saint's story was sweet but these two were not my favorite in this series. Augie was a little to childlike & timid and Saint was supposed to be this bada$$ Seal (in my head anyways) and he just wasn't. I enjoyed their story but was just left a little underwhelmed by these two. I enjoyed the story line and the action in this book.

Michael Pauley was good.

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  • SueSel24
  • 2018-12-16

Lennox + Pauley = The Gold Standard

I could listen to Michael Pauley read the “instruction manual for a lawn mower” and be perfectly happy about it. Add his narration to a Lucy Lennox title and in my opinion you have the gold standard in MM romance audiobooks. Pauley flawlessly brings the nuances of Lennox’s characters to life. In His Saint, Lennox has made Augie wonderfully neurotic and Pauley narrates the antique nerd’s personality quirks without making them seem overdone or overplayed. Saint, by contrast is voiced as the more “masculine” of the pair. While Pauley plays these in a lower register and with the trademark twang I have come to associate with the Wildes, he also carefully navigates the layers of Saint’s personality and uses his knowledge of Lennox’s style to keep the characters balanced throughout. Pauley also does an expert job of working in side characters without making any character feel flat or unrealistic.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2018-12-12

really Lucy

there are several things wrong with this book. I am normally a huge fan of Lucy and Michael but this book fell flat for me. if you listen to one Michael narration you've listen to them all.
First, who was that supposed to be on the cover, beefy Saint or skinny Auggie? I know sex sells but at least make the person on the cover look like one of the people in the book. When I think of Saint and the description she's given of him in all the books he's been in this image doesn't come to mind. and you can argue that everybody's images different but the guy on the cover ant' it.
my next issue, it was boring!
There were times where I felt like I was reading the exact same line over again in the book. it's almost like she just reused phrases over and over again.
and lastly if you read these books for hot sex scenes you're not going to get that here . you have to go through half of the book before you get to anything remotely resembling a sex scene.
the only saving grace it's there's a brief part about how she's going to connect this series to the maid Mirren series.
ugh, I feel so invested in the series that I have to see it all the way through the end I just hope the next one is better.

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  • Amazon Customersam
  • 2019-05-27

Great book

this is a great buck make me laugh and smile throughout the story thank you for writing it thank you for your writings. thank you for having the narrator is reading your books read is great

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  • (Mimi) Johnson
  • 2019-05-16

Another Awwww

I LOVE the Wilde family. Ms Lennox has given us a glimpse into what a truly loving family could look like. Saint and Auggie's story was awesome, just as the rest. I love how in each story you kind of know how it will end but all of the journeys are different. Michael Pauley was great as well. When you listen to back to back books with him as a narrator, it is so difficult to switch gears. His voice is so strong and distinctive. I am pretty sure I will suffer a major book hangover after this book since Wilde Love is not on audio yet and I do not see Kane's story written yet either. Ah well. I will have to settle fore reading Wilde Love on my Kindle because I love Doc and Grandpa and I just can't see myself waiting for the Audiobook. Their love seems so awesome.

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  • H. Martin
  • 2019-09-28

His Saint

I loved Saint and all his crazy family. Augie got on my last nerve most of the book. I was over him through most of my listening. The narration was great of course. And Saint has the patience of a (hahaha) Saint. But honestly he deserves so much better than Augie.

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  • JD
  • 2019-09-24

love

I enjoyed this book and Michael Pauley helps bring it off the pages with his narration.

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  • Diana
  • 2019-09-20

Can’t get enough!

Oh my God! I just can’t stop reading this series: all the characters have something unique and unforgettable about them. Sizzling hot series - narrator is doing an amazing job!!!!!! Definitely recommend.

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  • Erryn Barratt
  • 2019-08-07

Augie and his Saint

This is the fifth Wilde novel and I loved it as much as all previous ones. This book begins with Saint Wilde being pulled off protection detail for a pop princess. Apparently his mouth can get him in trouble. He agrees to teach self-defence to a rich kid, believing he’s moving from one entitled brat to another. Then he meets Augie and discovers he’s the furthest thing from entitled. In fact, Augie has shunned the money and settled in Hobie, Texas. With an inheritance from his aunt, he’s opened an antique shop in town. His family is horrified but he’s happy. Except for the break in at the farm house he’s living in that has left him feeling unsafe. At a weak moment he agreed to his sister’s suggestion he learn to defend himself.

His first meeting with Saint is interesting because Augie believes the other man is “a kitten” and that he’s only taken the job because he’s not capable to guarding anyone for real. Talk about misreading a situation. Saint was a SEAL who loved the military but left so his brother Otto could get out. He’s moved into private security but is still a lethal weapon. For Augie to see him as gentle and kind is perhaps accurate but not what Saint wants to portray.

There is heat between the two men but it’s a slow burn because Augie feels inadequate and Saint believes Augie is straight. And it’s an easy mistake to make – Augie has a beard in Dallas – a woman who is also dating his sister. The woman is an anchor at a news station and would face career suicide if it was known she was gay. Augie fears his family will shun him further if he revealed he was gay so it’s just easier to pretend he’s straight. Once the two men realize that not only is the other one gay but that he’s interested, things move along. Although Saint has hooked up many times, he’s never been with someone so inexperienced as Augie. Someone so vulnerable. After one workout session, he’s in the shower room with Augie. It’s Augie who makes the first move, shampooing Saint’s hair. Talk about sensual.

“Augie,” I breathed.
“Is this okay? I just couldn’t stand not touching you anymore. I’m sorry.”
I turned around and came face-to-face with him. He looked so vulnerable without his glasses on. And I felt I was seeing a part of him no one else got to see. Wet. Naked. Nothing to hide behind. I slid my arms around his back and splayed my hands along his warm wet skin. “Yes,” I murmured, “it’s okay.”

In fact it’s more than okay. Once the barrier is broken, so to speak, Augie opens up and let’s Saint in. Then a misunderstanding takes place and everything goes back to the beginning. Augie’s self-esteem issues are painful but it explains why he does all the things he does. He’s learned to be protective and defensive. And he’s still a pushover when it comes to his family.

Saint spends a lot of time in this book rescuing Augie but, in the end, it’s Augie who teaches him about love.

There are plenty of cameos by the other Wildes and an entire subplot involving Saint’s twin sister MJ and the owner of a local fitness studio, Neckie. I loved that the women found each other after so many years apart, believing the other didn’t have feelings for her.

Michael Pauley has narrated all of Lucy’s books and he’s great at it. His performance in this book is again perfect – he nails each of the previous characters and is awesome with the new ones as well. I can recommend this book and know you’ll enjoy it.

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  • IceWanda
  • 2019-06-07

Misleading cover...

This is a story about a navy SEAL and a scrawny timid man. Neither one of them are on the cover.

By now, you have already gotten accustomed to Michael Pauley's perfect narration. So, no surprise there.

This story is okay. Nothing too deep. Augie's insecurities and negative thoughts got to me at times.

If you are looking to listen to a standalone, then this one is not it. As, all the other books are better. However, if you are into the series and have come this far, you might as well listen to this one.

Their chemistry was a bit difficult for me to get into. Not sure why. There are definitely no hot hot scenes like in the other books.

Enjoy!