Mine by Mary Calmes (Audiobook)

MIneRate: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Contemporary
Length: 7 hours and 8 minutes
Narrator: Caleb Dickinson
Published: November 24, 2015
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Trevan Bean has a job that’s going from illegal to frightening, a boyfriend who may not be in his right mind, and a guardian angel who might actually be evil incarnate. Add to that the reappearance of his boyfriend’s estranged family, death threats, kidnapping, and the struggle of saving money to realize a dream, and Trevan has a lot on his plate. But Trevan is up to the challenge: he promised Landry a happily ever after, and Landry’s going to have it if it kills him!

It just might.

Landry Carter was a broken doll when they met two years ago but has grown into a partner who can stand at Trevan’s side… most of the time. Now that Trevan’s life just got scary—and Landry just got himself kidnapped—Trevan has to hope Landry’s love stays strong through this newest challenge, because the happily ever after won’t happen if Trevan has to go it alone.

My View: I really liked this story. The relationship between Landry and Trevon extended beyond a simple power exchange. They were everything for each other, and they were willing to do anything for each other. They had a real partnership, and their lives merged in a simple, everyday relationship.

Landy was a handful, and probably, as mentioned in the story, was in need of counseling to bring their relationship to a calmer routine. They needed each other, but in the end, we get so see Landry’s strength and how much Trevon had helped him during their time together.

I expected the story’s conflict to be related to Trevon’s lifestyle and not Landry’s. Their time apart after the trip to Las Vegas felt rushed and lacking a real reason. After everything was done, I expected the real story to start, but the book simply ended. I hope the author decides to bring this couple back, or at least, bring others stories. Perhaps Conrad’s or Chris’s.

Narrator: This is the first story I heard narrated by Caleb Dickinson. I enjoyed the different voices and how he delivered his performance. His narration deserved a 5 stars rating.

What I liked the most: The power exchange relationship between the MCs. And how Landry tried to keep his independence.

I wanted more of: A story. I was waiting for more to happen on Trevon’s side of the story.

Who should read it: Any fan of Mary Calmes.


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