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- Keeping Him, Book 2
- Narrated by: Michael Franklin
- Length: 6 hrs and 58 mins
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Brant Harkrader is done living by other peoples’ rules. He may not know exactly what he wants out of life, but he’s perfectly happy letting that question figure itself out while starting a new job as a tour guide.
Too bad the one thing he does want—his sister’s BFF—only sees him as a little brother.
Or so he thinks…
Kellan Shelby-Briggs has never shied away from going after what he wants. And what he wants is the important contract that will put his brand new company on the map—and Brant.
Too bad Kellan’s career keeps yanking him away just as things heat up between them.
Now that Brant is back in town—up close and personal in Kell's living space—can they finally get the timing right to go after the love that has eluded them both for too long?
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Home is where the heart is for these two
Brant comes home after working in the big city wears him out. Kellan is home to start a new business after his partner at his previous firm steals his idea, and no one supports him.
They’ve know each other for years because Kell is Brant’s sister’s best friend. But now, they’re adults, and both have feelings for each other they don’t want to ignore.
Kell helps Brant face his bully of a stepdad and passive Mom, and Kell realizes he can’t do every job alone or he’ll miss his life with Brant, so he hires an assistant.
Interesting book, with characters who grow together and help each other face their difficulties. The audiobook reader is a bit stiff, but it was still a good read.
I received this ARC for free, and am glad to provide my honest review as a thank you.
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