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Nailed

Four Bears Construction, Book 2
Written by: K.M. Neuhold
Narrated by: Tim Paige, Liam DiCosimo
Series: Four Bears Construction, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Publisher's Summary

My new neighbor is a total tool  

He hated me from the second he laid eyes on me, and I don't have the first clue why.... But, if he wants to hate me, I'm happy to give him a few reasons: mowing the lawn at dawn on the weekend, leaving garbage cans in front of his driveway, renting a petting zoo for my backyard...making a list of ways to drive him crazy is half the fun. 

He deserves it with the way he's driving me crazy right back without even trying - walking around without a shirt on, sweaty rippling muscles on full display, well-worn denim jeans perfectly molded to his...well, you get the idea. 

My point is, if he wants a war, I'll give him one. 

Nailed is an enemies to lovers, neighbors who can't stand each other, omg the anger banging, drool worthy, low angst story, which happens to be the second in my Four Bears Construction Series. It CAN be listened to as a standalone. There are NO shifters in this series, only the OTHER kind of bears.

©2020 Kyleen M Neuhold (P)2020 Kyleen M Neuhold

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  • 🎧 Cyndi Marie 🎧
  • 2020-06-18

✫✫ 5 Stars ✫✫

Another great book in this series. I love how low the drama and high the connection is in this book. These guys have awesome chemistry, you just can't help falling in love with their love story. Oh and hello boys and dogs...I am completely swooning. Can't wait for more on Audible. The narration was great, I am so excited to see new narrators in the MM genre.

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  • Larissa
  • 2020-07-01

Great story - only good narration

Nailed has the same two narrators as Caulky and while they are both more than competent - good diction, intonation, pacing - one narrator is definitely stronger than the other - richer tone, better emotional representation of the words on the page - which is something noted in Caulky but amplified in Nailed. Also noted in this book with the “weaker” narrator, a number of inexplicable mispronunciations. It happens too often to be chalked up to inadvertent mistakes. If you’ve read Caulky and then you immediately read Nailed, you may encounter an additional issue: a character “schism” in Stone due to two very different voices from one book to the other. He is given a very deep “dumb as rocks” voice in Caulky, but in Nailed, his voice is completely different - much more upbeat, similar to Cole’s voice in Caulky. The result is that you may find yourself forced into “unhearing” and “unlearning” Stone first, and then readjusting to his new voice. It’s disconcerting at first but does fade away after a few chapters. Overall, this narrative pair is still good and enjoyable to listen to, and much better than other narrators out there, but be forewarned of the above if you are a sensitive listener. In terms of the story, Nailed is the second installment in the Four Bears Construction series, which follows two brothers and their two best friends, all co-owners of the titular construction company, as they each try to find their HEA. Stone is the subject of this book and it tracks his enemies-to-lovers relationship with his next door neighbor, Dare. Dare is developed well with a good level of complexity. Notwithstanding his abrasiveness, he is actually very likeable. Credit to the author in developing the character to this degree. Dare’s absolutely adorable dog, Rudy, makes himself a resident of Dare and Stone’s households, and becomes a “matchmaker” of sorts. But let’s just call out the big draw to this book: the smoking hot, (at least initially) angry, sex. There’s character development with the other co-owners, Ollie and Ev, setting them up for the next two books. The introduction of Dare’s nephew West, is a bonus: his interactions with Dare are a great vehicle for seeing Dare’s “softer” side, hidden beneath the hardened exterior. Caulky was very good; this book is even better and totally hooks you into the remainder of the series. Highly recommended read if this trope and set up (and hot sex) ticks off your boxes. Or just read it for Rudy … it’s worth it.

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  • R Keebler
  • 2020-06-18

Great Narration, Great Story

I loved the narrators for this audio. They imbued Stone and Dare with the liveliness they deserved. A good book coupled with excellent narration...it’s a good thing. (This review is very similar to my book review) Stone does what he can to get a his sexy neighbors goat, even if it means renting goats to do it. Dare just wants his new neighbor to let him sleep in on weekends without some kind of annoying noise. Oh, and quit giving his dog treats. Stone and Dare, a match not made in heaven. They rub each other in all the wrong ways, until they figure out that rubbing each other the right way is so much more satisfying. Nicely written, well developed characters, and great storyline made this a very enjoyable book to listen to. Rudy kind of stole the limelight and when Nards came along the story really went to the dogs (sorry, with the silly puns I couldn’t resist). Enjoyed it.

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  • BlueRose
  • 2020-08-30

Loved it, funny and endearing

4 Blue Roses 4 Blue Flames Narrators Tim Paige and Liam DiCosimo are on a roll. Their delivery of book two of the Four Bears Construction was again very enjoyable. They continue to compliment each other by highlighting the personalities of each character. Their lighthearted performance and pleasing cadences created a wonderful gay romantic comedy. Stone can’t stop himself pranking his grumpy new next-door neighbor. Dare tries his best to be nasty and push people away, but the harder he tries, the more he attracts them like flies. The plot is very endearing and although it is funny, I still found the guys pulling on my heartstrings. They are all soft marshmallow on the inside, and their love for dogs is the sweetest thing ever. They are very serious about their canines. Once the two got over their neighborly war, the clothes start flying and all bets are off. They are just all kinds of hotness together. I can’t wait to hear the next book in this series. I definitely recommend this audiobook. It is fun and it lightens a somber mood. Happy Listening

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  • Tjhill
  • 2020-08-16

Wow

This book is wonderful and sweet and funny and perfect. I loved the story and the narration and I can't wait for the next in this series.

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  • Dee S.
  • 2020-07-25

🤣🥰🔥

I loved the slow burn and hilarity. It's the perfect blend of heartfelt and steamy🤩

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  • Jill K.
  • 2020-07-13

This series is awesome

This series is the best. I love the story. It's not angsty. Gruff alpha males who are secretly softies. Great heat level with 2 awesome narrators.

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  • Maria Louden
  • 2020-07-11

20 stars!!

I want to give this all the stars!! 🥰 this listen was so funny, sexy and just wow! I laughed out loud and nearly moaned!! I’m so in love with the narrators Liam is on his way to a great career and Tim is already there 💋💋 I neeeeed the next one on audio soon❤️❤️

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  • Stacy_S
  • 2020-07-09

Neuhold Nailed It!

Nailed is the second book in the Four Bears Construction series. This story draws you in and gives you all the heat and humor you’d expect from Neuhold. Enemies to lovers is my favorite trope, which hit the nail on the head for me. If you’re looking for a feel-good listen, this is it! Highly recommend. Only negative was some mispronunciations by the narrator, but it wasn’t enough to make me want to quit listening.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-06-26

Too much repetition

It was an entertaining book to listen/read but having two narrators is unnecessary. What ruined it for me is the repetitive use of phrases. I can understand using the same words a lot but to actually use the the same phrase over and over again is borderline annoying. I’ve read/listened some of the author’s work and truly loved it but it feels like this one was written by a completely different person.