I enjoyed reading the book. So I was looking forward to the audio version. I think Aiden Snow did a good job with the narration, nicely portraying the character of each man.
Rux and Green, otherwise known as God and Day’s muscle.
Rux and Green, the guys that don’t exist, doing the things that didn’t happen.
Rux and Green, the bane of God’s existence.
Rux and Green, partners, friends, and maybe so much more.
Rux is definitely straight, Green isn’t.
There was a lot going on in this story, big drug bust, some outrageous mom drama, Curtis’s family issues. Some of it was over the top but that’s okay. All the men in this series are big strong alpha males unafraid to declare themselves to the men they love. Rux and Green rival God and Day for one liners. I have really enjoyed this series so far. Rux and Green are very memorable.
Here Comes Trouble is the third book in the Nothing Special series by the talented A.E. Via. I am addicted to this story and even more so because I listened to the audio instead of reading it. These men. Whoa. One is hotter than the next and I have a hard time picking a favorite, not that I have to! We've known Green and Ruxs since the beginning of the series. They are best friends and partners. Nothing more. They do everything together when they aren't working and they like it that way. Until something starts to change. Ruxs is looking at Green as more than a friend. Is he straight? Curious? What? It doesn't really matter because their attraction to each other wins. And oh boy is their attraction off the charts. So hot. So dirty. So damn delicious. I could listen to Aiden Snow narrate anything. The way he uses his voice, breath and that growl. Oh my! Ruxs and Green's friends to lovers story is a perfect addition to the series. I can't wait to get my ears on Don't Judge!
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