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The Riley Brothers Collection

Written by: E. Davies
Narrated by: Michael Dean
Series: The Riley Brothers, Book 1-6
Length: 38 hrs and 22 mins
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For the first time, enjoy the whole Riley Brothers series in one collection. If you’ve never met the Riley Brothers, it's time to dive in!

The six novels included in this collection are: Buzz, Clang, Swish, Crunch, Slam, and Grind. There are two bonus short stories ("Boo" and "Jingle") that catch up with the guys four years later.

Buzz

He’s nothing like me...and I’m falling head over heels.

Former hockey player Cameron Riley is back in his hometown and working as a beekeeper. He’s not supposed to get excited...which is impossible around his new boss’s art curator nephew, Noah. But the last thing Cam wants is to scare him off with his semi-famous status or the heart condition that ended that career and his last relationship.

When the past catches up with him, can he make the right choice? And will Noah forgive him for it, and trust in their future together?

Clang

You'll never be alone again.

When blacksmith Jackson Riley asks his friend Chase for help with his dating profile, his friendship stirs into more. Jackson wants a family tattoo, which Chase's skilled hands can deliver. But when Chase asks him to forge a sword, Jackson worries: What could he need protection from?

Swish

I wouldn’t be caught dead kissing you.

Bank teller Thomas Riley has depths he’s never shared...including the fact that his hunky ex, Alex, wants to see him again. Just three little problems: they broke up on bad terms, Thomas isn’t out to his brothers, and Alex nearly screwed up both of his brothers’ lives very recently. 

Can reigniting an old flame ever work?

Crunch

I listened to you, years too late.

Tattoo artist Floyd Turner's faith in justice was destroyed as a rookie cop. After a rough few years, he now runs a tattoo shop downtown. His high school reunion is coming up, and he's dateless, aching for something more. His family is chasing him for a debt long since paid. And then his former patrol partner walks in.

Slam

I don’t want to be the poster boy.

Hockey player Kevin Shaw, fresh out of university with a year to prove himself, doesn’t need any distractions...like coming out. But he can't say no when he's asked to train with a gorgeous friend of a friend. 

Life would be simpler if he could just train hard, get his big break, and squash the inconvenient torch he's carrying for Matty.

Grind

"Strictly business" is hard around you.

James is in trouble. His family turned their back on him after he transitioned, and he’s paying the price of starting his new life alone. Buried in debt, he starts a business with hunky carpenter Ryan and hopes that they succeed. 

The one thing he can't afford is a distraction. But what if Ryan is the only one to see past it all and love him inside and out?

Enjoy these two short stories set in the Riley Brothers’ world, four years later!

“Boo”

Catch up on Cam and Noah’s life as they celebrate their first Halloween with their twin toddlers, Charlotte and Harper. 

When Noah calls dibs on the queen bee costume, and Cam says he’ll be his honey, what exactly do they mean? 

“Boo” is currently available only in this collection.

“Jingle”

The whole crowd is here for Christmas lunch, but who will ‘fess up to hiring a Santa stripper to crash the party? 

“Jingle” is exclusive to this collection and has never been made available anywhere before.

Each book can be listened to on its own and promises a happily-ever-after ending, but you’ll enjoy them more as part of the whole series. A low-angst series filled with brotherly banter and small-town smiles. Buy and enjoy!

©2019 E. Davies (P)2019 E. Davies

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Omg the voice is so bad

I laugh from the first minute of the prologue . OMG I can’t even listen to it...

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  • W.F.
  • 2019-12-05

Delightful , Sweet and Heartwarming

Reviewed: from 12-05-19 through 12-16-19 I have read lots of good things about this book series. Have been in my TBL (to be listen) list for a while . When I saw, E. Davies released ALL 6 The Riley Brothers Collection books plus two novellas in one single Collection, that's 38 hours and 22 minutes for just 1 audio credit ; it would be absurd and criminal 😏😜😁 on my part , no taking advantage of this amazing and fantastic opportunity . Michael Pauley narration was awesome. He flesh out and brought the characters and situations to life. His performance was enthusiastic, personable and believable. He sounded , he was having a great time. The Riley Brothers Collection is a true series, one continuous timeline, that follows the three Riley brothers, and their best friends find love and their HEA. All stories are romantic , charming and light-hearted. Low on angst and very little drama; high on, explicit hot AF sexy scenes and so much sweetness to put anyone in a diabetic coma. All main and secondary characters are likeable and relatable. I loved the world building and the many layers E. Davies created for his wonderful Riley Brothers. Book 1 ~ Buzz ~ Chapters 1 through 40 : Noah and Cam Book 2 ~ Clang ~ Chapters 41 through 78 : Jackson and Chase Book 3 ~ Swish ~ Chapters 79 through 115 : Thomas and Alex Book 4 ~ Crunch ~ Chapters - 116 through 149 : Floyd and Grayson Book 5 ~ Slam ~ Chapters - 150 through 182 : Kevin and Marty Book 6 ~ Grind ~ Chapters - 183 through 215 : James and Ryan Novellas ~ Boo ~ Chapters 216 through 218 and Jingle Chapters 219 through 221 . I recommend this audiobook to anyone who enjoy Hallmark TV channel and want romance in their life.

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  • Esther A
  • 2019-11-30

Spectacular Collection

All of the Riley Brothers in one collection! Love each and every story and seeing each brother get their own HEA. This spectacular collection also has a couple of extras you don't get in the individual books. I love that each story is low angst and keeps you hooked from beginning to end as you see each couple fall in love and get their HEA, Catching up with them in the extras is a spectacular bonus. The narrator is incredible and truly engages you in the stories and all of the character's lives. I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy of this audiobook.

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  • Mark Hatfield
  • 2019-12-10

Didn’t like book 2

I hate the fact Chase basically cheated on Jackson . Jackson just excepts it. He hooks up and get a call from Jackson likes it no big that he just hooked up. Than the next night sleeps with Jackson. Absolutely dislike Chase . It turn me off from the rest of the book. I skip head to the next book. I wish the part was not part of the book.

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  • Alex
  • 2019-12-09

Fun romance

I devoured this series originally in print. It's as compelling in audio. The narration is good. The stories are great contemporary romance. Each book follows a new couple with just the right amount of updating on the prior couples in the series. My only complaint is the inclusion of prologues to each book which are just a sex scene from the middle of the story, that didn't work for me, but just about everything else did. The narration fits the characters. I enjoyed the fact that it's the entire series in one spot for hours of entertaining listening light romance with just enough serious themes to provide tension.

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  • Jen Valencia
  • 2019-12-13

Taking this epic audiobook series slowly

Note: Because this audiobook covers the whole series AND a couple of novellas, I've decided to go ahead and post a review for the first book. I'll edit my review and add on as I finish each following book. The rating may change accordingly. Buzz (book one) The series starter introduces readers to the eponymous Riley brothers, but the main focus is on the middle brother, twenty-three-year-old Cameron. He's forced to retire from minor league hockey due to a heart condition and Cam returns to their hometown. He meets Noah Clark, an art curator who helps out his beekeeping uncle--the same uncle whom Cam ends up working for. The two connect but Cam is keeping things from Noah, and by the time they finally come out, will Cam be able to make up for his decision to not be fully honest or could the buzz they feel end up being a bust instead? This was an okay start. Cam and Noah obviously had a connection, and that's a necessary thing for me when it comes to the romance genre. Where I had issues, though, is the insertion of non-main characters with points of view (POVs). I'm not a huge fan of this method of storytelling unless they're able to bring some sort of perspective that we aren't already getting from the main characters. Then there's the improbability of Noah not knowing that Cam is a hockey player. It's a small town that happens to be their hometown. Umm, people talk; people know each other; people ask questions! I also wasn't thrilled about not having any resolution to Cam's health issues. Maybe it's discussed in book two, but it's frustrating, folks. So, Buzz gets an average of three stars: two stars for the story and four for the narration.

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  • Vania
  • 2019-11-29

A wonderful collection!

This series is the one I always suggest to anyone who wants to know where to start reading Ed Davies books, and this boxset is just perfect! This series is made of 6 different full-length books, about brothers and close-knit friends. It’s low angst and with some very sweet moments, but it also deals with deeper themes like family’s rejection, trans characters and health issues… all with a hopeful look to it and the never missing HEA. What to say about Michael Pauley’s narration is that it’s amazing as always!

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  • Robert Moler
  • 2020-07-01

I loved this series!!!

All of these sexy stories were very entertaining and thoughtfully written, I listened to the entire series while I was at work and really got into the world the author created. I am a sap for gay romance stories and this series rates very high on my list. I was glad to see the author including the trans character (James) into the storyline as well. Great narration!

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  • SSREADS
  • 2020-05-07

I'vee never been this excited for hockey

Great series! I love when a series keeps tabs on all of the couple's through out the multiple books

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  • christian segui
  • 2020-04-28

Loved the series...

I loved the series so much- and loved how the stories were interconnected. My only complaint is that I wish it didn’t take so long into the books for the actual “stories” to get going with each couple- I felt deflated once the couples got together only for the stories to end and you are left wanting to know what happens to them next.

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  • Aethena Drake
  • 2020-03-31

Good stories. Good narration.

Each book in this collection tells the story of how a couple begins a relationship. A new story grows out of the previous one, and the reader continues to get insight into the previous character's lives. Each couple has a different challenge in building their relationship, and I really appreciated how E. Davies gave insight into the challenges that different couples face in building a life together. I learned quite a bit from this audiobook and I enjoyed each story. Great read if you need a stack of warm fuzziest!

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