In Another Life & Eight Days
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- Length: 3 hrs and 40 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release Date:07-26-16
- Publisher: The Romance Authors, LLC
In Another Life
At age 18 Shiloh Raben is tired. He no longer has the energy to deal with mean classmates, inner doubt, and fear of familial rejection, so he takes a razor to his wrist. When he wakes up in the hospital, Shiloh meets Travis Kahn, the EMT who saved him and didn't leave his side.
Travis is handsome, smart, and funny - the type of guy Shiloh would never be brave enough to approach. But his near-death experience has an unusual side effect: The life that flashed before his eyes wasn't the one he had already lived but rather the one he could live. With visions of a future by Travis' side, Shiloh will find the strength to confront his fears and build a life worth fighting for.
Childhood family friends Maccabe Fried and Josh Segal have always gotten along despite having nothing in common. Maccabe is an athlete with dreams of playing professional baseball. Josh is an aspiring architect with dreams of being with Maccabe. Despite all odds, both dreams come true.
Maccabe and Josh fall into a long-distance romance, which is everything Josh thought he wanted. But after years of hiding from the world, Josh wants to bring their relationship into the open. When Maccabe refuses, Josh is faced with a tough decision: stay with the man he loves or live the life he deserves. No matter the choice, somebody's bound to get hurt. Thankfully, in the season of miracles, there's always hope for a happy ending.
*** Audible code provided to Bayou Book Junkie by the author/publisher for my listening pleasure in hopes of an unbiased opinion, a review was not a requirement.*** Well, I love Cardeno C., so I can almost guarantee I am going to love any book of hers I pick up. I'm not sure what it is, whether it's her wonderful writing style or the characters that I seem to fall in love with, or the stories that seem to suck me in. Whatever the case, Cardeno C. is pretty much an auto-buy author for me. Unfortunately, though, while I love In Another Life & Eight Days, I was not a big fan of the audiobook. Most of the time it was fine but during sexy times, not so much. So would I recommend In Another Life & Eight Days? Absolutely! However, I suggest the book over the audiobook. If you're an audiobook fan, no worries I still enjoyed the story very much.